In 2019, Space Camper Cosmic IPA blasted onto the scene. While her origin story is a mystery shrouded in an enigma, her mission is clear – to Save the Earth, the Only Planet with Beer.
Her assignment aligns with the environmental practices to which Boulevard Brewing Company adheres every day, from recycling to zero-landfill to energy production and conservation. With Space Camper’s help, we will take our continuing responsibility to protect and conserve the environment beyond the bounds of the brewery!
With your purchase of Space Camper or any of her ever-growing cadre of friends, you have enlisted in the fight! To date, our mission has committed more than $70,000 to sustainable causes, including tree planting and water protection.
We hope you will embrace Space Camper’s mission to Save the Earth, the Only Planet with Beer – and the only planet we have.
With the release of Frozen Raider, our third and final mission is to conserve energy during the colder fall and winter months. Homes use 21% of the total energy consumed in the U.S. Here's what you can do to make your own home more energy efficient:
With the release of Terror From the Deep, our second mission is to conserve and protect our water resources. Water is vital for life on earth. Here's what you can do in your community:
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With the release of Cybersonic C-Hops, our first mission is to plant like crazy. Trees and native plants provide many benefits. Here’s what you can do to green up your community this spring:
In 2023, we're donating $5,000 to Bridging The Gap and teaming up to highlight simple actions we all can take to green up our communities, protect our water, and conserve energy. Based in our hometown, BTG's mission is to make the greater Kansas City region a more sustainable place to live, work, and play - and engages more than 1,400 volunteers annually in hands-on, planet-saving action.
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In 2022, we partnered with the Arbor Day Foundationto benefit the following projects: Nebraska National Forest, Pike National Forest, Little River State Forest, Louisiana Private Lands, and Sheep Fire Restoration. The combined project impact included more than 63 acres replanted and nearly 10,000 new trees.Arbor Day Foundation
In the fall of 2021 we partnered with the Kansas City Parks and Recreation Department to plant 27 trees at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Square Park. This is a part of Boulevard's sustainability commitment and Space Camper's mission, "Save the Earth! It's the only planet with beer!" About a dozen brewery employees spent their afternoon digging holes and placing the trees in their new home. We look forward to visiting the park and seeing the trees grow for years to come.
Our 2021 partnership with the Arbor Day Foundation benefitted restoration projects in: Pike National Forest, Shawnee National Forest & Union County State Fish and Wildlife Area, and Michigan State Forest Lands. The combined project impact included more than 38 acres replanted and 12,000 new trees.
Learn more about The Nature Conservancy in Missouri