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Profile – Beau’s All Natural Brewing


“At Beau’s, we believe that beer tastes better when you can feel good about drinking it. Beau’s​ has chosen 100% green electricity and is the first brewery in Canada to choose​ 100%​ green natural gas​ as well​. This is an exciting achievement for Beau’s, and we’re incredibly proud to dramatically reduce our environmental impact.”

Steve Beauchesne
CEO and Founder
Beau’s All Natural Brewing

In 2014, Beau’s All Natural Brewing Company signed on to choose 100 per cent green electricity and 100 per cent green natural gas for its brewing operations.

Following an energy audit in 2009, Beau’s set and achieved a goal of reducing its energy consumption by 50% over the next three years. Beau’s is excited to build on this success through a partnership with Bullfrog to further reduce its environmental impact.

“Beau’s and Bullfrog Power are fellow B Corporations, which means that we share the same values about doing what’s best for our communities, employees and the environment,” said Anthony Santilli, Vice President, Sales and Marketing, Bullfrog Power. “By choosing green energy for its brewery, Beau’s is building on the strong social mission at its core and taking powerful action on climate change.”

As a proud environmental steward and leader in sustainable craft brewing, Beau’s sustainability initiatives include:

  • Operating The Greener Futures Project, a unique and limited-run beer club which raises funds that are invested into measurable sustainability initiatives at Beau’s
  • Making beer labels, posters, business cards, brochures and coasters from 100% post consumer recycled paper
  • Launching an innovative, award-winning 4-pack that features 17.3% more beer yet uses fewer bottles, caps, labels, and less packaging than an average 6-pack
  • Using certified organic malts and hops
  • Using local spring water, reducing the transportation-related emissions associated with this important ingredient
  • Implementing a local purchasing policy that favours local suppliers with good environmental track records and employment policies
  • Committing to working with local, organic farmers to rebuild the legacy of hop farming in the region—Beau’s now uses 20% Ontario-grown certified organic hops
  • Implementing an office carpooling program
  • Organizing the weekly delivery of organic vegetables from a local Community Supported Agriculture organization for employees

For more information about Beau’s All Natural and their sustainability initiatives, please visit