It operates four breweries and 112 bars around the world, with 13 more under construction and several collaborations with breweries in the United States. USA, United Kingdom and Australia. Normal-graded beer, on the other hand, recorded 0.81 kg of CO2e, while spirits reached 2.07 kg, wine 2.16 kg and fortified wine at 2.38 kg of CO2e per liter. Non-alcoholic beer is currently not exported; however, the possibility of Castle Free being available in other countries in Africa is being discussed.
By producing more than two million bottles in one month, SAB increased Castle Free production during the sales ban to meet the growing demand for alcohol-free alternatives, but its production remains negligible compared to that of Castle Lager. Dogfish Head is a brewery on the Delaware coast that has been dedicated to Beer & Benevolence, since its inception in 1995 as the smallest commercial brewery in the United States. Breweries in Denmark are testing the EvoDiabio method with a plan to launch the process in a wider market later this year. Although Scarlett points out that there are always challenges when it comes to developing a new product, SAB was sure that it could overcome them and develop the first beer with 0% alcohol produced locally in Africa.
Big Drop Brewing is another brewing company that specializes in working with breweries around the world to produce beers locally. As a wine lover, at this stage of South Africa's temporary ban, I have accumulated a cache of fermented grape juice that should help me overcome the drought. You'll find the original brewery in Bend, Oregon, although some major improvements have been made since the 80s, including improving the energy efficiency of the brewing process. Australian B Corp breweries are rare and there are still only a few dozen B Corp breweries around the world.
Until recently, non-alcoholic beers from South Africa were largely limited to non-alcoholic beverages with a pale lager, with one notable exception being the Devil's Peak's Hero range. South African Breweries (SAB) and AB InBev Africa offer consumers more choices and a smarter drinking choice with the introduction of the first non-alcoholic beer to be brewed in South Africa. This brewery will produce 20 MW of renewable energy and green hydrogen on site and is expected to be operational in 2024. The company has offset all its carbon emissions since its first day of operation and operates the world's first carbon-neutral alcohol-free brewery in South Wales. Demand for Castle Free non-alcoholic beer from South African Breweries (SAB's), based in Johannesburg, has increased, and this trend has continued despite the lifting of the ban on selling alcoholic beverages.