The Brewers of Maine Support the Pine Tree Amendment
LD 489 Language: “The people of the State have the right to a clean and healthy environment and to the preservation of the natural, cultural and healthful qualities of the environment. The State may not infringe upon these rights. The State shall conserve, protect and maintain the State’s natural resources, including, but not limited to, its air, water, land and ecosystems for the benefit of all the people, including generations yet to come.”

Dear Representatives of the Maine State Legislature,

We, the undersigned Breweries, support the Pine Tree Amendment, and ask that you join us in protecting Maine’s abundant resources. Our businesses rely on clean water and healthy land.  As an industry that contributes over $260 million annually in revenue,  clearly we are an important and vital part of Maine's economy.

There are almost 200 craft brewers located throughout the state of Maine, all of whom rely upon Maine's natural resources to make their liquid gold. This mighty state provides our homegrown entrepreneurs with a key competitive advantage - access to the high quality H20, rich earth and clean air we enjoy across much of the state. The clean air, rich earth and pristine waters make possible the incredible homegrown craft beer our state has become so well-known for, and our livelihoods depend on it.

We are asking that you help us preserve the bounty of Maine's environment, ensuring economic opportunity for future generations. Vote in support of the Pine Tree Amendment (LD 489) and help us to ensure a livable future for Mainers, our economy, and our businesses.

Looking forward to seeing you on the Brew trail!

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