Andrew Browning discussed the importance of Colorado’s energy production and the CEA Know the Value campaign in the Pueblo Chieftain.

There is a lot that goes into making the kind of first-class beer Colorado is globally renowned for. The most common ingredients include, in no particular order, malt extract, hops, yeast, water, sometimes even rice. And always energy. It’s true. Energy makes the heat that roasts the barley, the electricity that bottles the bottling equipment and the oil and gas that fuel delivery trucks. Various other must-haves — refrigeration, lightning, packaging equipment and compressed air, for instance — all require energy production. A good amount, too.

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