MAP: The United States Of Alcohol

Central and Southern Ohio are wine country?

I wonder what color the sky is in their world?

Posted by Fat Man at January 16, 2015 7:21 PM

That map is going to start an international incident with the Great White North: Here's Tim Hicks with "We Got Stronger Beer"--

Posted by PA Cat at January 16, 2015 7:28 PM

Soooo, what does "D.P.R.P" stand for (Pennsylvania)?

Drunk People's Republic of Pennsylvania??

Posted by leelu at January 17, 2015 11:17 AM

From 'BellHaven' I can say that Bells does brew some mighty fine beers. The map does note that Michigan is actually a wine region.* This does surprise people from elsewhere when I say that; much to my enjoyment.

*Michigan - especially along the western shores of Lake Michigan - grows a lot of fruit. Sweet white wines are well-known, and quite tasty.

(Yes, I am boosting my state and its vintners.)

Posted by Mikey at January 17, 2015 5:27 PM

Hold on now. We don't only drink Shiner Bock in Texas (although it is a fine beer). If you're having Mexican food (and who doesn't), Dos Equis , preferably amber, is quite good. If you're around Houston, St Arnold's is fine way to get hammered, and learn how to hold up a wall. Personal knowledge here.

Posted by ed in texas at January 17, 2015 6:24 PM