The Associated Press has an interesting story about how many craft brewers are pulling back their far-flung distribution to focus more on local demand. They just can't produce enough beer to satisfy drinkers everywhere. "The idea of leaving sales territories is not ideal, but demand locally is necessitating it," Paul Gatza of the Brewers Association, a craft-beer trade group in Boulder, Colo., told the news service. The article highlights Flying Dog Brewery in Frederick, Md., as an example of a brewery that is pulling back. To read the entire story, click here.