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Budweiser signifies the shift to using 100% renewable energy for its U.S. beer production with a new label on bottles and cans

Budweiser said it has shifted its beer production in the United States to use only renewable energy—a goal parent company AB InBev plans to extend to all of its brewing by 2025. To signify this policy, the company is adding a new “100% renewable electricity” symbol to its U.S. packaging so customers will recognize the brand’s commitment.

AB InBev expects to use 31% renewable energy in its beer production by the end of this year. The company says it has plans to use the logo on other brands it owns in the future, but for now it will only appear on Budweiser products.

The new Budweiser label launches this spring.

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Lead Image: Budweiser bottles, LunaseeStudios via Shutterstock

Budweiser said it has shifted its beer production in the United States to use only renewable energy—a goal parent company AB InBev plans to extend to all of its brewing by 2025. To signify this policy, the company is adding a new “100% renewable electricity” symbol to its U.S. packaging so customers will recognize the brand’s commitment.

AB InBev expects to use 31% renewable energy in its beer production by the end of this year. The company says it has plans to use the logo on other brands it owns in the future, but for now it will only appear on Budweiser products.