Friday, January 13, 2006

Supplemental Beer Blogging: Town Goes Wet

This story on via the AP caught my attention. A town in Ohio that had ben dry for 131 years finally lifts the ban on beer. The best part of the story was this photo:
Man, that’s the expression I’d have too if it had been 131 years between beers. I'd probably be willing to pay that much too. I also like this bit from the article:
Westerville's temperance history dates back 131 years, when the town's saloon was blown up during what's known as the "Whiskey Wars."
The long historical arm of terrorism.

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