On Thu, Mar 28, 2002 at 09:19:58AM -0800, Rick Moen mentioned:
> > In Utah, the strongest you can get is bud light, at 3.2% (they don't
> > have sparkling water - they have "beer").
> Real liquor is served only in restaurants and "private clubs:' which
> anyone can enter by buying a two-week "temporary membership" for a small
> charge. And I believe I remember reading that you can't get real beer,
> even there.
Indeed. The 3.2% is in the law books. When I asked where I could get
proper beer, I was told (rather pointedly) that it was a four mile walk to
Arizona. So, I proved the point that 12 bottles at 3.2% is better than 6
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