Go wild for Fauna Brewing and their range of animal-themed craft beers brewed with purpose.
These beers help tackle species decline and climate change, a crisis which is seeing an unfathomable number of species – more than 100 a day – go extinct.
To create their planet-friendly brews, Fauna Brewing has partnered with three carefully chosen conservation charities, each committed to protecting an endangered African animal.
When you crack open a refreshing Cheetah Lager, you’re supporting the Cheetah Conservation Fund. Profits help projects like the Livestock Guarding Dog programme, which places dogs with farmers to scare away wild predators, reducing cheetah and human conflict by 90%.
The hoppy Wild Dog IPA supports the Painted Dog Conservation Fund, funding anti-poaching work and the removal of snares, which are a huge threat to painted dogs and other animals.
Finally, Pango Table Beer raises money for the African Pangolin Working Group, who are dedicated to rehabilitating pangolins in the wild. Already the support of Fauna Brewing has helped them secure a satellite tracker, to make monitoring these rare mammals easier.
The whole range is vegan-friendly (certified by Vegan Friendly) and made using the finest British malts and specially selected, flavourful hops.
Three excellent beers, three incredible charities. Eco-minded beer drinkers, you’re going to love Fauna Brewing.
A zoology degree opened the eyes of wildlife-loving Phil Howard to the scale and urgency of the climate crisis, in particular species decline. Time spent training as a bushranger in Botswana also gave him first-hand experience of protecting animals at risk.
In 2020, Phil decided to support conservation efforts through one of his other passions – craft beer. He launched Fauna Brewing in 2020, using brilliant brews to raise money for small but expert charities doing vital work to save iconic animals.