July 9th, 2018

2401 South Wilson Street, Tempe, AZ, USA

“If you drink beer, the issue of climate change is impacting you right now.” -Jenn Orgolini, sustainability director for New Belgium Brewery

From growing uncertainty around hops and barley crop yields to water shortages and fluctuating water quality, the craft beer industry is already feeling the effects of climate change. This event intends to unite the brewing and environmental communities to showcase the amazing beer of Arizona breweries and advocate for strong environmental protections to ensure that this beautiful state and the local beer we love can be enjoyed for decades to come.

Panelists include:

Chase Saraiva, Head Brewer, Arizona Wilderness Brewing Company
Doc Osborne, Head Brewer, Pedal Haus Brewery
Matt Fleetwood, Environmental Manager, Four Peaks Brewing Company
Ben Graff, Board Member, Central Arizona Water Conservation District
Dr. Chrissie Bausc, Arizona State University Kyl Center for Water Policy
Kimberly Schonek, Verde River Project Manager, The Nature Conservancy

Location: Four Peaks Brewing Company, 2401 S. Wilson Street, Tempe, Arizona 85282
Time: 6 – 8 pm MST

Sign up: https://www.facebook.com/events/228649621246540/