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Why is Sam Adam's high ABV beer illegal to sell in several US states?

States often have different laws for beer and spirits, including different licensing requirements, different requirements for sales, and so forth. Because of that, some states have limits on the ...
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What kind of alcoholic beverages would've been common in a 1950s-1960s USA home?

What kind of alcoholic beverages would've been common in a 1950s-1960s USA home? As far as beer goes in 1950, the top brewer was Jos. Schlitz Brewing Co., produced 3.4 million more barrels than the ...
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National Wine Registry (USA)

There is no clearinghouse of all wineries in the USA. There are some that attempt to do this like Wine.com but they do not like to share the information unless you pay for it. The TTB (Alcohol and ...
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What are some big brand Dunkel beers in the United States?

What are some big brand Dunkel beers in the United States? First of all what are Dunkels? Dunkel is the German word meaning dark, and dunkel beers typically range in color from amber to dark reddish ...
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What are the differences between mead and beer? Where can I try one in the US?

Simplified definition: If you're fermenting grains, it's beer. If you're fermenting fruits, it's wine. If you're fermenting honey, it's mead. It's not really that simple, because there are beers ...
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What are the differences between mead and beer? Where can I try one in the US?

Mead is its own thing but often will be called “Honey Wine” but it is never an ale or beer. The process it’s made from is pretty much a wine-making process but there are a few differences leading to ...
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