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Washington Brewshed Alliance

Protecting wild lands and waters for great tasting beer.

Washington Wild is proud to work with over 70 brewing industry partners across the state to advance our shared interest in protecting our waterways. With beer being 90% water, it’s no secret that Washington has some of the best craft beers in the world thanks to our fresh mountain water.
Brewshed® Alliance members play a critical role in our conservation work by raising funds through collaboration beers, increasing awareness to their customer base, and adding their voice to comment letters on conservation issues that Washington Wild is leading. 

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A stainless steel growler pours beer into a MiiR drinkware

MiiR Awards Washington Wild $5,000 Land and Water Conservation Grant

In June, Washington Wild was awarded a $5,000 grant from MiiR, a B Corp drinkware retailer. The funds are designated as general support of our Brewshed® Alliance program, which connects the conservation and craft brewing community in our shared interest of protecting watersheds.  Through their annual grant program, MiiR invests a portion of top-line revenue  […]

Conservation Voices: Roger Bialous, Georgetown Brewing

Clean Water for Fish, Communities, and Great Tasting Beer By Roger Bialous, Co-Founder of Georgetown Brewing Company I am a founding owner of Georgetown Brewing company where we need good water to make good beer. I am also a committed fisherman and outdoorsman. My family and I eat fish that live in water. We eat […]

Brewer Colin Lenfesty wears waders in a river and holds up a fish that he has caught.

Wild Profile: Colin Lenfesty of Holy Mountain

Colin Lenfesty, Founder and Head Brewer, Holy Mountain Brewing Company As a brewer and an angler, I spend a lot of time thinking about water. What minerals can be added or reduced to support a perfect foundation for the hops of an IPA? I think about the source of the water (in our case, the […]

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