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Craft Brewing Business: Migration Brewing, PSU team up to brew ‘low-carbon’ beer

Read the original story in Craft Brewing Business. 

Migration Brewing is collaborating with students and staff from Portland State University (of course) and other volunteers to brew a beer with a smaller carbon footprint than your average microbrew in a fundraising effort for carbon policy work by the Oregon Environmental Council (OEC).

Portland Tribune: Eco-friendly beer on tap

Read the original story in the Portland Tribune. 

Here’s an new take on low-carb beer.

In collaboration with Portland State University students and others, Portland’s Migration Brewing is creating a new beer that requires lower carbon emissions to brew and produce. The beer, called Little Foot Red Ale, will be offered next month as part of a fundraising vehicle for the Oregon Environmental Council.

The Oregonian: PSU students and Migration Brewing create a carbon-conscious Portland craft beer

Read the original story in The Oregonian. 

Migration Brewing is collaborating with Portland State University students and staff and other volunteers to brew a beer with a smaller carbon footprint than most craft beers. The new beer will be a fundraising effort for the Oregon Environmental Council.

Little Foot Red Ale Release Party

Join the Oregon Environmental Council and Migration Brewing for the launch
of their carbon-aware Little Foot Red Ale! 

 


PSU students design brand, help launch low-carbon beer

Why brew a “carbon-conscious” beer? Because: Portland. 

Migration Brewing is collaborating with students and staff from Portland State University (PSU) and other volunteers to brew a beer with a smaller carbon footprint than your average microbrew in a fundraising effort for carbon policy work by the Oregon Environmental Council (OEC). 

Judaic Studies' Sara Glasgow Cogan Memorial Lecture featuring Prof. Samantha Baskind speaking on Jewish Art

The Harold Schnitzer Family Program in Judaic Studies welcomes Professor Samantha Baskind to campus for the Sara Glasgow Cogan Memorial Lecture. Presented in conjunction with the College of the Art's Rosemarie Beck Symposium, Baskind's talk will be "Rosemarie Beck’s Multiple Identities: A Woman, Jew, and Artist in Post-War New York." Rosemarie Beck was a representational painter and woman in an art world dominated by abstraction and men.

Anne McClanan, School of Art + Design faculty, authored “Inverting Art-Making: A Review Essay” published in Material Religion, Vol. 10, Issue 3.

Anne McClanan, School of Art + Design faculty, authored “Inverting Art-Making: A Review Essay” published in Material Religion, Vol. 10, Issue 3.

Anne McClanan, School of Art+Design faculty, wrote a review of the exhibit Heaven and Earth: Art of Byzantium from Greek Collections in caa.reviews. Heaven and Earth has been displayed at the National Gallery, the Getty, and now the Art Institute of Chica

Anne McClanan, School of Art+Design faculty, wrote a review of the exhibit Heaven and Earth: Art of Byzantium from Greek Collections in caa.reviews. Heaven and Earth has been displayed at the National Gallery, the Getty, and now the Art Institute of Chicago.

Sue Taylor, Art History faculty, authored an essay for the exhibition catalog Heather McGill: The Color of Everything That's Empty, published by the Columbus College of Art and Design in Ohio. The essay, "Canny Devices," analyzes sculpture and drawings by

Sue Taylor, Art History faculty, authored an essay for the exhibition catalog Heather McGill: The Color of Everything That's Empty, published by the Columbus College of Art and Design in Ohio. The essay, "Canny Devices," analyzes sculpture and drawings by the contemporary Detroit artist-in-residence at the Cranbrook Academy of Art.