Blog : Meet a Green Alliance Business!

By Madelaine | Jan 23, 2014 | in

Every Monday the Portsmouth Herald features a different Green Alliance business. The most recent business featured was Redhook Ale Brewery. Check out their profile below to see what makes them green! 

Who: Redhook Ale Brewery

What: A New-England staple since 1996, Redhook Ale Brewery has for more than a decade helped define the rise of the American microbrew. But while the Portsmouth-based Redhook might be known for its famous line of bold and flavorful brews, its growing list of green initiatives and policies are going a long way in setting Redhook even further apart from the competition.

Where: 35 Corporate Drive at Pease International Tradeport in Portsmouth.

Web: www.redhook.com

What makes it green:

-- Installed compact fluorescent lighting throughout the facility.

-- Uses water treatment and filtration system that cuts down not only on water used, but electricity as well.

-- Diverts spent grains from brewing process to regional dairy farms.

All Green Alliance businesses are green certified. Read Redhook's full certification documents, and learn more about its sustainability initiatives here!

All Green Alliance members receive 10 percent off food at Redhook! To join the GA click here