We’re always looking to improve on our green credentials to bring you Fresh Beer in the most sustainable way we can. That means working hard to develop in-depth knowledge of all our processes, so we have an accurate understanding of our impact on the environment.
We know that to be successful in the fight against climate change, everyone has to get involved. That’s why a key part of our environmental work means looking beyond our four walls and working collaboratively with our suppliers and the wider community.
We’re building an innovative, sustainable, and social world of Fresh Beer. This is what we live and breathe; to us, it’s so much more than just empty words stuck on a wall.
Measure, reduce, offset - a sustainable world of Fresh Beer
The first steps in our journey to Net Zero focused on fully understanding and measuring our impact. The result is that we’ve already seen success in achieving efficiency gains, and avoiding any unnecessary use of resources. As we gather more data and insight, we’ll be able to make more comprehensive environmental savings, reduce our impact on the planet, and drive further innovation for increasingly eco-friendly products. We’ll share this as our first impact report in 2022. A single Pinter Pack replaces 17 cans or bottles.
Innovate - an innovative world of Fresh Beer
As a company, we go hard on the three Rs: reduce, reuse, recycle. Better than that, our innovative products and designs mean that some materials never have to be used in the process: The Pinter and Fresh Presses were designed with sustainability at their heart. We’re driving innovation in all areas of our business to create the most efficient and sustainable way of bringing you high-quality, award-winning Fresh Beer at great value.
Community, collaborate, educate - a social world of Fresh Beer
We’re all in this together. As a company, sustainability is at the heart of everything we do, and the top of our team’s minds. We know that working together is the only way we’ll reach the global target of keeping warming to a minimum of 1.5C; so we’re collaborating with our suppliers, our people and our customers to act as sustainably as we can.