In an area known for wine and wineries, the Seneca Lodge stands out. For over 70 years the Seneca Lodge & Craft Brewery in Watkins Glen NY has been hosting guests with a historic lodging, great dining and friendly bar with its own variety of Seneca Lodge craft beers.
Founded by Donald L. Brubaker, Esq. in the mid-1940’s the lodge and it’s facilities are now being operated by the third generation of Brubakers. They proudly continue the traditions set by their family and keep the fund and memories happening for hundreds of visitors every year.
The Lodge’s Tavern Room hosts mementos of race events, hunting trips, and an unusual collection of baseball caps forgotten by patrons. If you happen to be sipping a cocktail in the upper bar, look outside—an attached bird feeder attracts a variety of feathered diners when there are no humans having a meal or a drink on the porch. And on tap is their own Seneca Lodge beer. Six varieties are brewed in the cellar, where it’s also bottled—a good souvenir for those who love small-batch brew. Brett began the brewery but passed responsibilities to current Brewmaster Jason Curran. Last year they produced 5,000 gallons, and every year they increase production.
We can’t thank them enough for dumping their former co2 supplier (hint – a corporate giant that forgot about service!) and chose Tri-State! Check out the Lodge at senecalodge.com. If you’re looking for a new CO2 supplier, visit our switch page and find out just how easy it can be.
Look around. You will be hard pressed not to see something made from concrete. If you’re in a rural area, you may have to work a little harder, but if you’re in a building there’s bound to be a concrete floor. An urban dweller stands a better chance of walking on a sidewalk, enter a building or driving in a tunnel or on a bridge that has been built with concrete.
It’s no wonder that concrete is the most abundant man-made material in the world. It’s been used to build with almost as far back as recorded time. Ancient Egyptians and later Romans are noted for their use of concrete.
Concrete is becoming environmentally friendly!
Today, China is the largest producer of ready-mix concrete in the world with a market share of almost 33%. Worldwide production is expected to grow by nearly 6% in the next 5 years as developing nations continue their efforts to build buildings and infrastructure.
What is concrete? Concrete is made up of 3 basic components: water, an aggregate (rock, sand or gravel) and Portland Cement. This combination can be reinforced with metal or fibers to increase its strength.
The BBC reported that cement is the source of about 8% of the world’s carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions according to think tank Chatham House. They also reported that if the cement industry were a country, it would be the third largest emitter in the world, behind China and the US.
What can be done to “green up” this greenhouse gas emitter? A company called CarbonCure has come up with a solution. They have developed a system that traps CO2 emissions and “mineralizes” them as the concrete hardens. This process strengthens the concrete and allows for the use of less cement. Read and view the CNN article and video here.
CarbonCure is on a mission to reduce CO2 emissions by 500 megatons annually.
- They have more than 130 producer partners across North America and in Singapore.
- On average, 25 pounds of CO2 are saved per cubic yard of ready mix concrete made with the CarbonCure Technology.
- In total, our ready mix partners have produced more than 2.5 million cubic yards of reduced-carbon concrete, saving more than 75 million pounds of CO2 to date.
Their patented process involves injecting a precise amount bulk CO2 into the mixing process. The CO2 becomes chemically converted into a mineral which improves the compressive strength of concrete while reducing the amount of cement necessary. It is the reduction in the quantity of cement along with the use of sourced CO2 that improves the greenhouse gas emissions.
According to CarbonCure, this process can be added to virtually any type of production – from ready mix, to precast to masonry. Their mission is to save up to 500 megatons of CO2 every year and they claim to have already saved 76.2M pounds to date. That’s equivalent to 41,501 acres of forestland absorbing CO2 for a year!
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Come visit Tri-State Carbonation Service at the NYS Brewers Association’s Annual Craft Brewers Conference at the Desmond Hotel in Albany, New York on March 7-9. Tickets are on sale now at at newyorkcraftbeer.com Join TCSCO2 and find out how we can help you deliver your best beer!
The New York State Brewers Association is proud to announce the sixth annual New York Craft Brewers Festival taking place on Saturday March 9, 2019 at the Desmond Hotel in Albany, New York. The New York Craft Brewers Festival brings together Over 70 New York Breweries (and brewers) from every region of the state featuring up to 150+ hard to find and award winning beers. This is a great opportunity to meet the NYS brewers that make the beer, and the owners of the local food scene in the Capital District that are such an important part of the community.
For the month of August, we’re recognizing Westhampton Beach Brewing Company from Westhampton Beach, NY.
Westhampton Beach Brewing Co. is a local hangout spot that not only provides it’s patrons with awesome atmosphere including live music and fun games – but also cares about their community. By using locally sourced materials they’re able to remain environmentally-conscious, in addition to helping local charities and contributing to organizations that support Long Islanders in need.
Every time you kick back and enjoy a delicious brew from WHBBC you are doing a little good & contributing to the local community!
Tri-State Carbonation Service recently teamed up with Westhampton Beach Brewing Co. to offer them a new 550 lb. tank of bulk CO2 for their taproom.