WHITE TIP # 1 LAGER
IN THE CARIBBEAN
The Cayman Islands Brewery is celebrating a big win after White Tip stole the show earlier this month, at this year’s Caribbean Rum & Beer Festival in Barbados. White Tip beat 29 competitors, including long-time heavy weights such as Banks and Red Stripe, to take gold in the blind taste test.
Less than six months since its launch here in Grand Cayman, White Tip has established a strong following across the island – its popularity spurred in part through a positive reception in the dive community, which has carried the information on White Tip’s conservation message in dive articles and blogs around the world.
In addition to carrying a conservation message on the can, and a barcode which links a phone user to the DoE shark pages, 5c from each can sold supports our Sharks and Dolphins Project.
White Tip is now available from the following outlets…
OUR PROJECT PARTNERS
Marine Conservation International (MCI) is a partnership formed by marine scientists to enable them to pursue projects with conservation objectives in the most effective way. Marine conservation is an increasingly important priority if we are to protect the planet’s marine environment and to manage the habitat.
CIB is passionate about preserving the environment and has adopted internationally accepted environmental practices that contribute to the preservation and protection of the local environment. By effectively managing precious resources and recycling bottles, spent grains, yeast and water, they have effectively established a new standard for environmentally sensitive brewing. You can help them preserve the environment by returning a case of empty Caybrew or CayLight bottles to the Brewery and receive CI$2. CIB will also accept your used cans to forward to National Recycling, alternatively you can contact them direct on 769 9995.
Jessica Wallace – Artist Biography
For the last ten years Jessica Wallace has been developing and teaching inspirational art programs to a wide range of community members and organizations, diverse in age, socio-economic status, and cultural backgrounds. In Grand Cayman, as the former Art Teacher for both the Prep and High side of St. Ignatius School, as well as the Humanities Instructor for ICCI, she has created and implemented numerous empowering cross-curricular arts programs designed to create emotional well-being, personal growth and creative expression, while integrating all educational aspects of the U.K., Canadian, and Cayman National Arts Curriculum. Jessica has spent the last two years managing the expansion of the National Gallery of the Cayman Islands’ Education and Outreach Art Programs, developing the Gallery’s connection with the Island’s schools and advocating for the vital importance of the Arts within Cayman’s communities.
Jessica is now excited to be moving back to Canada to once again share her artistic talents with her native land.
Find Jessica Wallace Art at: http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002964910273