http://www.cnn.com/2012/12/12/opinion/hindy-beer-wars/index.html?hpt=hp_bn7 Interesting opinion piece with some pretty sad numbers and information about distribution systems, ownership, etc. One line that caught me by surprise..."Both members of the duopoly have wholly owned brands like...Goose Island that are presented as craft brands." Yeah, I know GI is owned by AB-InBev. But to think of Bourbon County Stout as a beer that's "presented" as a craft beer just strikes me in an odd way. I realize "craft" is technically defined by the number of barrels a given brewery sells each year (right?), and if I understand GI's history correctly, their flagship beers seem to have been created by a smaller micro brewery. And if that's the case, I'll still view the brews as craft based on their origin, not their current production means. I may be wrong on the beginnings of Goose Island though, so feel free to set me straight if I'm way off here. Any other thoughts on the article? First time I'd seen "silver and blue" or "red" used to designate distributers.