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Coffee To Go: The KeepCup

Coffee Meister 11 comments

Is there a viable alternative to takeout coffee cups that can satisfy both coffee drinkers and baristas? KeepCup hopes so: Check out one Australian company's "perfect" reusable cup. More

What I Learned at Sierra Nevada's Beer Camp

Event Recaps Win Bassett 4 comments

While it doesn't get much better than sipping Sierra Nevada's Pale Ale from the tanks or the chance to try unique beers from previous Beer Camps every night in the brewery's taproom, Sierra Nevada's commitment not only to their employees but to sustainability and to protecting the environment left me inspired and excited for them to call North Carolina their second home. More

How to Become a More Eco-Savvy Coffee Lover

Meister 7 comments

For those of us who want to live green without sacrificing our to-go cup of morning brown, here are some ideas to keep your commute caffeinated and your conscience on nature's good side. More

Sustainable Wines: Saving the Earth, One Glass at a Time

Maggie Hoffman 1 comment

The natural wine movement is growing, spurred by winemakers' concerns about the long-term viability of their land, the quality of their wine, and the protection of the environment. In honor of Earth Day on April 22, we chatted with Michael Honig about his efforts toward sustainability at Honig Vineyard and Winery in California, and taste-tested a few great natural wines to recommend. More

Barista In The Wild, Part 3: Working Toward Coffee Sustainability

Allison Hemler 4 comments

As the second most traded commodity in the world after oil, coffee has acquired more frequent flier miles than any of your produce could hope for. In fact, more coffee enters the United States than any other food product. More

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