From today's Times. Nice to see a journalist place craft beer in a larger historical context -- but who knew there was a "Brooklyn boutique beer aesthetic"? Or that Brooklyn Brewery is (apparently) too big (too successful?) to embody that "aesthetic"? Anyway -- for those who are interested.
Side note: I loved Steve Hindy's book (which he co-wrote with co-founder Tom Potter). I think it's the best book on the business of craft brewing.