BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY ESPAÑOL

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BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY ESPAÑOL can also be found in our international magazine portfolio. This Spanish language trade magazine focuses on the brewing and beverage industry in Latin America and the Iberian Peninsula, but also features topics from the international beverage industry.

Relying on the editorial competence of the two established trade publications BRAUINDUSTRIE and GETRÄNKEINDUSTRIE, the editorial team of the BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY ESPAÑOL provides qualified, closely researched, on-the-spot reporting.

BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY ESPAÑOL is thus an indispensable decision-making tool for experts operating within the Spanish-speaking brewing and beverage industry.

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Yakima Chief installs largest solar array in State of Washington

Yakima Chief Hops (YCH) has announced their latest solar panel installation for a total of 3,706 solar panels, the largest rooftop solar array in Washington state.

While YCH has offices located across the globe, the company's headquarters are based in Yakima, Washington. Surrounded by hop fields of local family farms, YCH has multiple facilities across the valley. With the longer days unique to the Pacific Northwest and their passion for sustainability, YCH utilized these buildings to house their own solar project.

YCH's solar array spans across six buildings, covering a total of 70,000 square feet with 3,706 solar panels and producing 1,414,766 kwh of electricity annually. YCH is able to capture 15% of their entire electricity demands and offset their annual emissions by 1,000 Metric tons, equivalent to providing 170 homes with electricity for one year. 

YCH partnered with Ellensburg Solar to complete the installation of the solar array who have been involved since the first panel was installed back in 2016. 

 

 


One of six buildings at Yakima Chief Hops located in the Yakima Valley of Washington with a total of 3,706 solar panels, the largest solar array in the state.

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Transformed his office into a coffee plantation. Expects the first harvest to be ready by the time he’s ready to retire.

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A rockstar who revels throughout the Allgäu, Sabine loves to be in her yard and enjoys the occasional juicy steak.

 

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Big fan of Disney movies. Especially Mickey Mouse and Star Wars. Does not miss any movie.

 

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Let the games begin: she's ready to drop anything when there's fun to be had at games night.

Barbara Onischko
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With her green thumb she has transformed her garden into a year-round, idyllic refuge.

 

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Yakima Chief installs largest solar array in State of Washington

Yakima Chief Hops (YCH) has announced their latest solar panel installation for a total of 3,706 solar panels, the largest rooftop solar array in Washington state.

While YCH has offices located across the globe, the company's headquarters are based in Yakima, Washington. Surrounded by hop fields of local family farms, YCH has multiple facilities across the valley. With the longer days unique to the Pacific Northwest and their passion for sustainability, YCH utilized these buildings to house their own solar project.

YCH's solar array spans across six buildings, covering a total of 70,000 square feet with 3,706 solar panels and producing 1,414,766 kwh of electricity annually. YCH is able to capture 15% of their entire electricity demands and offset their annual emissions by 1,000 Metric tons, equivalent to providing 170 homes with electricity for one year. 

YCH partnered with Ellensburg Solar to complete the installation of the solar array who have been involved since the first panel was installed back in 2016. 

 

 


One of six buildings at Yakima Chief Hops located in the Yakima Valley of Washington with a total of 3,706 solar panels, the largest solar array in the state.

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