Brew Dr. is the only national kombucha company to be B Corp Certified and we’re proud to take care of our people, our communities, and our planet. Learn more about our commitment to being the world's most impactful kombucha brand!
Our operations are currently Scope 1 (fuel and heating) and 2 (electricity) carbon neutral, with 20,172 tons of CO2 offset since 2019. Learn more about emission scopes.
We've been powering our facilities with renewable energy since 2018. In 2023, we avoided 1,758 tons of CO2 – equivalent to taking 379 cars off the road!
Alcohol removed in the brewing process is repurposed into clean energy.
Our bottles use 20%+ recycled glass, and our lightweight cans are efficient to transport. Lighter truckloads mean lower carbon emissions.
Since 2019, Brew Dr. has partnered with The Trevor Project, the world’s largest provider of crisis services for LGBTQ youth. In addition to spreading awareness through special edition packaging, our yearly contributions totaling $190,000 have helped serve thousands of LGBTQ youth.
Since 2017, Brew Dr. has donated over $250,000 to environmental and social justice nonprofits, including Black Futures Farm, Mudbone Grown, ECO (Ecology in Classrooms & Outdoors), Tualatin Riverkeepers, and Bonneville Environmental Foundation.
We place importance on using local relationships to source our tea and herbs, as well as our bottles and other packaging. View our partners here.
We believe in compensating our employees fairly. Our minimum starting wage is well above state and federal minimums. We also offer our employees an enhanced benefits package that supports their overall wellness.
We offer employees opportunities for career growth, including an educational reimbursement program. We also support our employees and partners through our Code of Ethics, Supplier Code of Conduct, and ongoing DEI efforts.
Through our ‘Local Love’ paid volunteer program, Brew Dr. employees are compensated for volunteer hours worked. Since the program launched, Brew Dr. employees have completed over 740 hours of volunteer service.