Green Drinking

By: Alex Covert - Published: Jun 13, 2008 • References:
Why not, right? Organic green beans. Organic spaghetti noodles. And now, organic alcohol. This means none of the iffy chemicals that they put on everything to make stuff grow quicker and bigger. It only stands to reason that if people were buying organic groceries, they would follow suit for the after-work cocktail.

"To be certified by the U.S. Department of Agriculture as an organic alcohol, the spirit must be made of ingredients grown on certified organic farms and processed in a certified organic distillery," the Associated Press explains. "That means no pesticides and fertilizers on the grains and no nitrogen or other chemicals in the distilling process."

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