Doing our bit

Sustainability Practices

Did you know our beers plant trees?

We strongly believe that great beer shouldn't cost the earth. That's why for every case of beer you purchase, we plant 2 trees in our company forest.

We have pledged to plant over 1 million trees by 2030, and we hope you'll help us.

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At Cannabrew, we are proud to be 100% plastic free. With plastic pollution being such a concerning environmental threat, we use cornstarch-based materials which naturally biodegrade and ensure that any paper products are sourced from sustainable sources. Our products are sold in aluminium cans or glass bottles, both of which are infinitely recyclable.



Many people are surprised that most beer isn’t vegan, or that it isn’t even vegetarian!

Wait, is there meat in beer? No… but there may be fish guts.

All of our products are vegan-friendly due to our alternative filtration processes.



When it comes to sustainability, we don’t just stop at planting trees. We minimise waste by contributing to a circular economy in the local area, donating leftover hops and malts to farmers where it is often used for fertiliser and feed.



At Cannabrew, we are passionate about taking part in as many sustainability projects as possible, both throughout the UK and worldwide. As proud partners of Ecologi, our funding supports invaluable projects that align with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

If you have any questions about our sustainability practices or goals, we would love to hear from you! Drop us an email at [email protected] and a member of the Cannabrew team will get back to you as soon as possible.

Converting Landfill Gas to Energy in Northern Turkey

Verified by the Gold Standard, the Samsun Landfill Gas to Energy project aims to:

  • Convert methane into electricity for use in the Turkish national grid
  • Prevent methane contribution to global warming
  • Decrease the need for fossil fuel usage
  • Benefit local communities through training and employment opportunities

Peatland Restoration and Conservation in Indonesia

Verified by the Verified Carbon Standard and Climate, Community and Biodiversity Standard, the Katingan Restoration and Conservation project works to:

  • Restore and protect over 149,000 hectares of peatland ecosystems
  • Protect peatland forest using fire management and satellite monitoring systems
  • Restore degraded areas of peatland using rewetting techniques
  • Protect the carbon within the peatlands, ensuring it is not released into the atmosphere
  • Protect the biodiversity of the area, therefore saving numerous animal and plant species
  • Improve the economic prospects and well-being of over 40,000 locals