This Beer Company Want To ‘Make Earth Great Again’

Two friends toasting with glasses of light beer at the pub. Beautiful background of the Oktoberfest. fine grain. Soft focus. Shallow DOF

Today, craft beer makers BrewDog have launched Make Earth Great Again, a protest beer (yes, they’re a thing), to bring attention to the glaring climate change issues that we are facing.

Following Donald Trump withdrawing the USA from the Paris Accord, the independent craft brewer decided to release a range of beers that would show their support for the green agenda.

The craft beer contains ingredients from areas most affected by global warming, such as water sourced from Arctic glaciers, as well as endangered cloudberries from the same region. All proceeds from the range will be donated to climate change charity 10:10.

The beer label features a polar bear fighting a robot version of Donald Trump.

Co-founder of BrewDog, James Watt, said: “Beer is a universal language, with the capacity to make an impact the world over, so we decided to make a statement and brew a beer that could have a direct, positive impact on climate change.”

To the pub?

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