Ireland's pubs have always had a natural energy. The energy of friendship and good times shared. Now, they'll have even more. Budweiser is bringing 100% renewable electricity to 100 Irish pubs. Making them beacons of sustainability in our communities.
Since January 2021, every single can, bottle, and keg of Budweiser imported into ROI is now brewed with electricity from solar and wind sources. Budweiser Brewing Group generates enough renewable electricity to power the brewing operations of not only Budweiser but also Bud Light, Stella Artois, Corona, and Becks.
Change Is in the Air
The Budweiser Clydesdales, themselves a potent symbol of renewable power, were welcomed back on our screens earlier this year. Filmed at the Budweiser Thunder Ranch Wind Farm in Oklahoma, and surrounded by Budweiser's own wind turbines, the horses can be seen going about their business to the Bob Dylan track "Blowin’ in the Wind". Well, if you're going to pick a song to accompany the world's most iconic horses, you might as well pick one of the world's most iconic songs.
Download our '100% renewable' logo
All bottles and cans of Budweiser now proudly bear a new Brewed with 100% Renewable Electricity logo - the first of its kind and you can download it here. We’re making these logos publicly available in the hope that other companies join us, because it’s only when we come together that we can truly build a brighter future for our planet.
AB InBev’s 2025 sustainability goals
By 2025 our goal is to have 100% of our direct farmers skilled, connected, and financially empowered.
By 2025 our goal is to have 100% of our communities in high-stress areas to have measurably improved water availability and quality.
By 2025 our goal is to have 100% of our products in packaging that is returnable or made from majority recycled content.
By 2025 our goal is to have 100% of our purchased electricity to come from renewables sources and have a 25% reduction in C02 emissions across our value chain.