Originally posted by creek rat
I don't think 3.2 beer is around anymore. Is it?
It is fast disappearing. West Virginia went from 3.2% to little or no restriction at least ten years ago... maybe more. It was too late, though, to save Huntington's Fesenmeier Brewery (operating in its last years as Little Switzerland): they introduced a new brew named Charge! circa 1972 that was mighty tasty. I only managed one sample of it, and remember it fondly... and wish I had saved the can!
Florida still theoretically sells only 3.2% beer in its five "dry" counties in the panhandle; the other 62 are "wet" and sell everything.
States that still have 3.2% beer include North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, Utah, Colorado, Kansas, Oklahoma, and I think there's one more left... Idaho, maybe.
I'm just back from a fine glass of Double Bock at my local Copper Creek Brewing Co., so if my typing isn't perfect, we can blame Matt the brewmaster for debauching my rhetorical abilities. Good man, that one.
Wishing I Was Lighter, Ort. Carlton in Beer-Up-To-14%-Legal Athens, Georgia.