In a COVID-19 pivot that dreams are made of, wife and husband duo Alexis Esseltine and Timothy Scoon became owners of Tin Whistle Brewing on October 30, 2020 after losing their jobs at the onset of the global pandemic. Alexis Esseltine is the environmental lead for Tin Whistle Brewing. She brings years of experience as an Environmental Auditor, auditing manufacturers in North America, Europe, and Asia, and most recently she was the Sustainability Manager at the Vancouver Aquarium leading them to Canada’s Greenest Employers status. She has been recognized as a Clean 50 Emerging Leader for outstanding contributions to sustainable development and clean capitalism in Canada, and has earned a Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal for her community involvement. Alexis has a Masters in Environmental Studies from York University and a Bachelors of Technology from Ryerson University. As a carbon neutral brewery Tin Whistle Brewing removes the same amount of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere that it emits in their operations. This is done by reducing emissions and investing in projects that absorb carbon, including forest projects in B.C.’s Great Bear Rainforest.