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Green Beer: Not Just for St. Patrick’s Day

Ginny Figlar Colón by Ginny Figlar Colón | March 10th, 2014 | 4 Comments
topic: Green Living | tags: bars, beer, beer bottles, beer cans, brewery, brewing, carbon-footprint, celebration, delivery, drinking, eco-friendly, emissions, environmental footprint, green, green beer, holiday, Irish, local, New Belgium, organic, Oscar Blues, Otter Creek, recyclable, recycling, Samuel Smith, St. Patrick's Day, USDA, Wolaver's

When I told my husband I picked up some green beer, he assumed I meant a brew reserved for celebrating St. Patrick’s Day (which is strange since I usually don’t even wear green that day).

No, I bought the other kind of green beer: eco-beer — extra refreshing whether it’s March 17 or any other day. I don’t remember ever seeing ecological beer in the States, so I was intrigued when I saw the label while living in Sweden last year.

Green TV

E.B. Boyd by E.B. Boyd | April 22nd, 2009 | No Comments
topic: Green Living | tags: green beer, green building, green TV, how to recycle, living off the grid, National Geographic Garbage Moguls, Newbury Film Series Waste?, Planet Green Greensburg, recycling, salvaged materials, television, TerraCycle

You’ve been doing your part to go green — clearing your clutter, switching out your bath products, and figuring out how to recycle everything. Now it’s your turn to take a break and watch what other people are doing to go green. Here are a few shows worth tuning into:

National Geographic’s “Garbage Moguls”