It hasn't happened yet, but I am keeping my eyes open for the web site that says visiting its site is good for the environment due to its zero carbon emissions or renewable energy.
MSNBC has an article that Organic Distillers are marketing that they are good for the environment.
Drink this and you may feel pleasantly green
Organic distillers, brewers hope eco-sensitive brands will catch on
<>>By Jennifer AlseverMSNBC contributorupdated 4:12 p.m. PT, Wed., Dec. 19, 2007
When sipping that beer or vodka tonic at the next holiday party, take heart: Your revelry may actually be good for the environment.
Or at least that’s the pitch coming from makers of organic tequila, gin, vodka, brandy, beer and wine that are finding their way onto store shelves and fine restaurant menus — all in the name of healthier socializing and being green.
“Sip tequila and save the world, that’s our motto,” said Enrico Caruso, senior vice president of sales for 4 Copas Tequila, a Newport Beach, Calif., maker of tequila that is certified organic by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Caruso said 4 Copas uses no pesticides or chemicals in farming the agave plants used in its tequila and uses only organic yeast in fermentation.