Going Green: Doing Our Part
Playalinda Brewing Company is committed to keeping our carbon footprint low through reducing waste, re-using and recycling whenever possible.
Here’s how we are doing our part …
- After treating the water we use for brewing through reverse-osmosis filtration system, we use the wastewater to flush the toilets, and for irrigation.
- This location was, at one time, a lumberyard. Much of the wood, metal and other architectural elements were salvaged, re-purposed and used in the design and structural features of PBC- Brix Project.
- We use a variety of high-quality grains to produce our beer. After use, the “spent grain” is reused two ways. The majority is donated to local farmers to feed livestock. A smaller portion is donated to Sunrise Bakery in downtown Titusville, where it’s used to make Playalinda Spent Grain Wheat Bread.
Did you know both Titusville brewery locations were recently added to Keep Brevard Beautiful’s list of “Litter Quitter” local partners?
Businesses highlighted on this list have demonstrated consistently that they go above and beyond to reduce waste and limit use of plastics wherever possible. Playalinda proudly partners with Keep Brevard Beautiful throughout the year on several of their eco-focused initiatives.
Because, you know, earth is a great place to live. Even better when enjoyed with good beer.
Blog update by Michelle Mulak