The folks at Chuckanut Brewery were among 24 breweries around the nation to sign the Brewery Climate Declaration. What exactly is that?

When climate change disrupts the beer industry, it not only threatens our economy and jobs, it also threatens the future of great beer.

By signing the Climate Declaration, these breweries are showing their leadership and commitment to brewing with the climate in mind. They are already reducing greenhouse gas emissions, using less energy, choosing clean energy, and investing in new technologies. They are also recognizing that these practices help grow their business, create jobs and strengthen our economy.

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The other breweries involved were:

1. Aeronaut Brewing Company (MA)

2. Allagash Brewing Company (ME)

3. Aspen Brewing Company (CO)

4. Brewery Vivant (MI)

5. Bouy Beer Company (OR)

6. Chuckanut Brewery and Kitchen (WA)

7. Deschutes Brewery (OR)

8. Fort George Brewery and Public House (OR)

9. Fremont Brewing Company (WA)

10. Georgetown Brewing Co. (WA)

11. Guinness (CT)

12. Hopworks Urban Brewery (OR)

13. Kona Brewing Company (HI)

14. New Belgium Brewing (CO)

15. Ninkasi Brewing Company (OR)

16. Odell Brewing (CO)

17. Omission (OR)

18. Redhook Brewery (WA)

19. Rockford Brewing Company (MI)

20. Smuttynose Brewing Company (NH)

21. Snake River Brewering Co. (WY)

22. Standing Stony Brewing Co. (OR)

23. Wet Dog Café & Brewery (OR)

24. Widmer Brothers Brewing (OR)