Craft brewing in the south

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Georgia is in the south, we have a fair number of Craft breweries, and not just in the ATL… same for NC. Alabama isn’t the whole of the thing.

It’s not even true of Alabama, actually:

It strikes me as beside the point, though. People can be conservative and enjoy a good craft brew or a nicely cooked pizza.

This too.

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In my rural area of Upstate NY, we had private craft brewing back in the 70’s and earlier, except they were called moonshiners back then.

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That map is weird. You can filter by state, but not by Ohio.

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Does Ohio have craft breweries? Seems like?

I wonder why?

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Missing a few states and has Washington DC as well as DC itself.

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Obligatory, courtesy of @Mindysan33:

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Ha! But really, why bother including Rhode Island?

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That’s the one that everyone expects to get left out; too obvious.

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The Contiguous 41 States

i swear i read that as “the contagious states” on my first and second takes. i was so confused…

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You’re not wrong, Felis domesticus. They are the contagious states right now.

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Oh, that would be all 50 then…

*sighs

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I mean, not wrong…

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Well, there’s a lot of corn there, and back in the day, wasn’t much to do.
And there was local knowledge going back to prohibition and earlier, including some local folks who had a hand in prohibition era production, and earlier distilleries.
And some big city types who had local interests.

Moonshine was a thing in my highschool. You weren’t carded to buy moonshine, especially if you swiped it, as happened at times.
And yes, it’s now a craft brew thing. https://www.watermansdistillery.com/

Sometimes OneBox shortens things in interesting ways.

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