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Monday, August 27, 2012

A sober rant

Posted on Mon, Aug 27, 2012 at 3:09 PM

I recently gave up drinking and realized that there is limited access to non-alcoholic beers in grocery stores and to my knowledge none available in bars. Sure there is the regular sludge they sell at such and such store but there are some n/a beers out there that would be great to have available in Halifax. Seems to me if any responsible bar wanted to keep a designated driver content throughout the evening of their pals antics the least they could do would offer them the option to purchase a non-alcoholic beer, maybe one that didn't taste like it was brewed in a plywood box. Trust me, when you're watching your friends pound back bottles of your favorite brew just about anything close to beer will ease the envy...slightly. So for all the preggos, the people that can't drink for health reasons, those that just choose not to and the poor forgotten designated driver (if there are any left), please give us some options. Thanks. —Anonasaraus

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