Land-Grant supporting sustainability with new beer series

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Land-Grant is launching a series of beers that will help fund projects to reduce the brewery’s environmental impact.

The new Sun-Grant Series is named for and inspired by the Sun-Grant Association, a group of Land-Grant Universities that research and develop sustainable and environmentally friendly bio-based energy alternatives.

The first beer in the series is Ra, a fossil-free Honey Blonde Ale, debuting on draft and in six-packs at the Land-Grant taproom beginning June 1.

All of Land-Grant’s Sun-Grant beers will be brewed using sustainable techniques and ingredients, and $2 from every pint pour and six-pack sold will go towards Land-Grant’s internal Sun-Grant Fund, which will be used to finance equipment upgrades, building improvements and other projects that will continue to reduce our environmental impact. You can learn more about Land-Grant’s sustainability initiatives at landgrantbrewing.com/sungrant.

“What’s really exciting is that we’re relatively small and rapidly growing, so as we pursue sustainability we’re also creating a replicable case study for other breweries and small businesses” said Land-Grant’s Sustainability Manager Vincent Valentino in a statement. “My hope is to be able to share this information year after year—the collaborative spirit of the craft brewing industry—as a way to give back to our Columbus community.”

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