Sustainability in Brewing
January 28, 2018: 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Learn how Lagunitas Brewery in Petaluma implemented state of the art sustainability practices without compromising on quality or economics.
Lagunitas Brewing Company
1280 N McDowell Blvd
Driving directions: click here.
Parking is available, but limited - carpooling is recommend if possible.
Brewing is a water and energy intensive process. Typical craft beers use about 7 pints of water to produce a pint of beer. The wastewater generated demands high energy footprint and is expensive to treat/dispose. During the recent drought, Lagunitas faced significant roadblocks to growth due to lack of available water.
Join us to learn about how they used technology and process improvements to reduce the water footprint by 70% while generating energy from the wastewater. This allowed the brewery to meet the market demand and position itself as a leader in both brewing and sustainable industry practices.
- LIMITED to 40 participants.
- FREE admission includes a VIP tour and some beer tasting.
- Due to limited availability, please register only if you 100% certain to attend.
- This event is a jointly held by Haas and Booth students/alumni.
Baji Gobburi, '04