No company is perfect and most companies do everything they can to suppress that fact, while New Belgium is the first to admit what they’re doing wrong in big bold red letters (seriously) — along with how they want to fix it.
Their transparency on all levels of their business is unparalleled to any other I assessed, as even a quick look at their Sustainability report on their website attests.
They also deserve recognition for:
— leading in all of the places that green brewers can;
— being female inclusive (if not centric) from their beginning;
— promoting positive communities centered around the needs of the people in them — with biking as an organizational structure for that.
In this review, Chirs names a Best Overall and a Best Beer Company for Environmental Protection, Women’s Equality, LGBTQ + Equality, Gun Control and Promotion of a Just and Civil Society.
Turns out that the people in Norway are just as lovely as its fjords. Like many of its Scandinavian neighbors, Norway has absolutely remarkable numbers on everything from Environmental Protection to Women’s Rights. Norwegians have strived to build a society in which everyone is protected and cared for, and that’s been reflected in the remarkable freedoms all of their citizens enjoy.
Environmental Protections – B
Women’s Equality and Reproductive Rights – A
LGBTQ+ Equality Protections – A
Protection of the Press and Corruption Free Governance (our Just and Civil Society Issue) – A
Great Trading Partner to the US – A
All of Corker’s products are made by hand in Portugal using vegan cork.
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