Great repost by "The Jax Beer Guy"! The article has a lot of good information for homebrewers.
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Two years ago I met a new business owner in the Milwaukee area, John Gill, who sells a product that many home winemakers will undoubtedly find interesting: used oak wine and spirit barrels. 1,209 more words
A post from "The Inquisitive Vintner [ + His Daughter]" about a "green" used barrel business in Wisconsin.
Montgomery County Community College’s 2014 Carbon Inventory Report is now available.
Each January, the American College & University Presidents’ Climate Commitment (ACUPCC) requires participating institutions to submit an inventory of anthropogenic greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from their campuses. 310 more words
“Given that wine has long been marketed as a natural product, it is of little surprise that this industry has been one of the first agricultural sectors to embrace the concept of sustainability, particularly to evoke in consumers a feeling that wine is a natural product and not industrially manufactured.” 170 more words