Talking Sustainability with Craft Beer Market’s PJ L’Heureux
PJ L’Heureux, founder and owner of Craft Beer Market talks about the great steps they take at Craft Beer to ensure that the craft beer-focused restaurants are doing their part in reducing their carbon footprint.
By The Beer Community on Apr. 26, 2017
(Original article on Eat North)
Craft Beer Market is a mainstay in the Canadian craft beer community. They have 5 locations across Canada and represent everything that is great about the craft beer community and burgeoning industry.
- A love of delicious beer (with more than 100 options on tap)
- Fresh food, locally-sourced that pairs well with a pint
- Fun-loving, high energy atmosphere
- Eco-friendly policies and practices
Read the full interview PJ on Eat North
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