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Craft brewers are an innovative segment of the greater brewing industry. It’s no surprise that many craft brewers have discovered creative solutions for energy usage and greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction at their facilities. Considering today’s rising energy costs, reducing energy usage should be a high priority at all breweries.
Owners and operators may consider energy costs as an expense they cannot control that rises and falls with the price of energy in the area. Depending on these costs, energy reduction may not be a top priority within brewery operations. Breweries that do not pay attention to the opportunities at all levels of their operations, including efficiency may miss out on potential cost-saving and revenue-generating measures.
There are many best practices for energy efficiency and conservation that can easily be incorporated into daily operations, as well as solutions that can reach beyond GHG reduction and lead to operating cost reductions, additional sources of income and new community initiatives. These solutions help brewers save money and become industry leaders in sustainable practices.
This energy sustainability manual is a consolidated resource for effective energy management and GHG reduction solutions in the craft brewers segment. Solutions outlined can apply to all breweries, regardless of location and operational size. Guidance is provided for brewers that are just beginning to explore energy management and GHG reduction programs, as well as for brewers that are looking to improve a well-established program.
The information presented is a pathway to effective and sustainable energy and GHG management from start to finish. This information is organized into five sections:
- Segment Profile: A discussion of energy usage and GHG generation. Information on where to find information on regulatory drivers, examples of non-regulatory drivers and risks and opportunities for cost savings.
- Data Management: A guide to identifying the components of brewery energy usage, establishing key performance indicators and goals, managing energy and carbon footprint data, and benchmarking energy efficiency and GHG reduction progress toward goals.
- Best Practices: Guidance on best practices to conserve energy and reduce GHG emissions within the craft brewer segment with a focus on opportunities in the brewing process, packaging, warehousing, utilities and food service/events.
- Onsite Energy Reduction: An overview of drivers for on-site energy and GHG reduction and example projects.
- Case Studies: Examples of successful energy management and GHG reduction programs used by craft brewers.