Dem drains, dem drains, dem dry drains!

All surface drains now in place with perfectly angled concrete to enable all surface water to fall into the drainage channels.

Our drainage channels are made of a brand new 100% recycled polymer in sexy black. We are the first brewery in the world to use this new invention by Clark Drains. About to appear all over the British rail network but we got in there first. Because we love our environment, the drains were a perfect and easy choice for Sunny Republic – we support all ventures that reduce land-fill and carbon emissions. Although they are not steel they can support 25kN of weight…or 25 tonnes to you and us! (That’s a lot of beer – Ed).

not a very exciting picture

And here’s another green solution in a drought county. Where does our surface water go? With a water recycling scheme approved by the boffins at the Department of Environment, we create less waste water than many breweries around. We collect all of our rinse water for re-use, we remove all solid matter waste (like hops and spent grain) and balance the pH of the water, making it suitable to drain away into our soak-aways for basic land irrigation.

If you want to be amongst the limited few to soak up our first beers off the line and be the first in the brew-house, you need to channel your immediate energies into following us on Facebook and Twitter. Don’t be trub. JDI!

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About Sunny Republic Brewing

Sunny Republic Brewing Company has one simple mission – harness the best the land has to offer, make great beer, live life to the best of our ability and then chill-out, preferably with a cold one.
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