If you're a beer drinker, I'm sure you've noticed some organic brews in the beer aisles like Peak Organic, Wolaver's, and even Anheuser-Busch makes an organic beer.
These breweries grow or use certified organic ingredients to make their beer. This affects not only the taste of the beer but the health of the planet as well. By eliminating toxic pesticides and chemical fertilizers in their growing methods, organic hops and barley farmers prevent chemical runoff that can contaminate water sources and the ecosystems they support. Remember, beer is made with water, too! Plus, organic brewers feel that healthier soil produces better tasting barley and hops, which translates to better tasting beer for you.
With all this information about how important it is to pay attention to what we put into our bodies and how we treat the planet, it seems only right to choose organic (and unfortunately more expensive) beer. Although if money is an issue (and it usually is), I'd choose to buy organic food first, and then spring for the organic bevy's if the budget allows. And as a reminder, just because it is organic doesn't mean it won't give you a mean hangover if you over indulge. So drink your organic brew responsibly!