For the past two years, Young Henrys have been working with the Climate Change Cluster (C3) research institute at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) on a means of reducing carbon emissions through a world-first solution using algae.
If you'd like to find out more, they're hosting a National Science Week event with the university's Deep Green Biotech Hub.
Guests will be taken into the heart of the brewery by co-founder Oscar McMahon and Dr Janice McCaughly, research associate at UTS, to learn how the fusion of brewing science and climate change innovation led to this Australian-first, and hear how algae is changing the future of the planet.
The virtual tour will be a springboard into a live interactive panel discussion hosted by triple j's co-host on Dr Karl's Science Hour, Lucy Smith, around the broader world of practical applications of sustainable initiatives for other everyday businesses.
You can sign up for free tickets and find out more about the event here.