Budweiser's eco headquarters

Budweiser Brewing Group UK&I has officially opened its new eco-friendly headquarters. Awarded with the Gold Standard award for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) it reinforces the group’s ambition to be the UK’s most sustainable brewer.

As part of its commitment to sustainability, the business is also working on other projects, including Brewing Budweiser with 100 per cent renewable electricity and using 100 per cent British barley and Stella Artois is partnering with water.org to involve UK consumers in ending the world water crisis.

Opening the offices, David Rutley MP, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, said: “From sourcing 100 per cent renewable electricity to working to tackle the scourge of plastic pollution head-on, this famous brewer is seeking to set the bar high by ensuring its products are delivered to the highest sustainability and environmental standards.”

Budweiser Brewing Group UK&I recently rebranded from Ab InBev earlier this year and the group currently employees over 1,000 people throughout the business across the UK, including its three breweries in Samlesbury, Magor and Enfield.

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