Here at Chilled, we like honing in on the values and characteristics represented by unique brands.
It’s worth drinking something that you can stand by, something you can vibe with, and something that does a favor for this precious world we live in. Enviro-friendly distilleries will make the entire sipping experience just that much more satisfying. The following brands respect our environment in interesting ways.
Glyph, the World’s First Molecular Whiskey
Glyph, by Endless West, is a world’s first, made for the science nerds. The difference-maker for this high-tech spirit is that it’s made note by note from molecules sourced more efficiently in nature. There is no required aging or barreling, allowing for a substantial decrease in the use of wood, water, and land throughout the production process. It’s an ideal try for the sustainability-minded and traditional whiskey lover alike.
Cascade Blonde American Whiskey
Cascade Blonde has become an outdoor fan-favorite daytime sipper, inclusive of all seasons. With its smooth-drinking profile and buoy-inspired bottle, it is the perfect companion for any outdoor or indoor activities, whether boating, fishing, bonfires, and more. As a cherry on top for the environmentalists, Cascade Blonde has joined forces with American Rivers, a nation-wide river conservation organization, in efforts to preserve America’s rivers and lakes. Together they host waterway cleanup events because, without clean water, there is no such thing as great whiskey.
Bear American Whiskey
Colorado-based Mythology Distillery’s award-winning Hell Bear American Whiskey is a blend of a straight rye whiskey, a four-year bourbon, and a five-year bourbon, with hints of berries upfront, big cinnamon spice, and a smooth vanilla caramel finish. As Coloradoans that value their backyard playground, Mythology has implemented sustainable manufacturing processes to do its part in preserving the planet including a closed-loop gas boiler system at the distillery that pumps condensate back into the heat source for reuse; water conservation measures that save up to 500 gallons per batch; and a partnership with a local company to compost 80% of the distillery’s waste.