Ithink ‘local’ is the new ‘organic.’”That sentiment, voiced by William Reed, co-owner of two Philadelphia taverns, The Standard Tap and Johnny Brenda’s, may be a trifle self-serving—The Standard Tap has a policy of stocking only beers produced from within a 90 mile radius of the bar—but it is also valid. In fact, for many beer drinkers today, the ethic of “think globally, drink locally” is more than a mere marketing slogan; it is a guiding principle of their beer selection.It also makes ...
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