Burgerville, a 40-unit quick-service chain based in Vancouver, Wash., has introduced an ale-battered albacore with summer slaw as its latest seasonal limited-time offer. The fish is longline-caught off of the West Coast and rated green, the most environmentally sound choice, by the Marine Stewardship Council. It is processed locally by a Seattle company, and its batter is made with Full Sail Amber Ale from Full Sail Brewing in Hood River, Ore. The summer slaw includes red and green cabbage, ...

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