To brew one liter of beer, a brewery uses on average 4 to 6 liters of drinking water. That is drinking water that is not readily available everywhere in the world. That is why Bird Brewery ensures that water consumption from the production of its beers becomes available again as clean drinking water in developing countries.
4 to 6
Litres of water needed for litre of beer
Of the programme One litre for one litre
Bird Brewery is ambassador since
About Bird Brewery
Quality beers with a quirky twist. With a lot of knowledge, enthusiasm and the right ingredients, Bird Brewery has been brewing delicious, award-winning beers since 2016. They want to do this as sustainably as possible.
As a fast-growing brewery, we believe we can make an impact on the beer market. Of course we do that with our beers, but we also want to do so by consciously dealing with nature. Due to growth, our CO2 emissions and water consumption have increased considerably. To compensate, we are going to plant trees and donate drinking water every year with partners. This year we are planting ten thousand trees and donating 1.2 million liters of drinking water. That makes an impact.
Ralph van Bemmel, co-founder
In the picture
One of Bird Brewery’s special beers. Of course with bird name and with 6 times as much clean drinking water.
One litre for one litre
In our program One litre for one litre you can convert the water saving or water consumption of your product, service or organization in an equal amount of litres of clean drinking water in developing countries. Choosing a selection of customers or donating more liters is also an option. Transparency is paramount and we are happy to help you communicate about it!
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