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History of low-alcohol beer

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- Sat, 25 Dec 2021 22:47:27 EST Lit/IJlF No.287181
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In the 1960s in some states it was legal for under-21s to drink beer with an alcohol content of 3.2%. What's a variety of 3.2% beer that was popular during that period (i.e., between 1960 and 1970)?
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Molly Nurringchag - Sat, 25 Dec 2021 23:06:02 EST vOj0YMMd No.287182 Reply
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that sound shitty how would you get drunk on that
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Walter Congerchut - Sun, 26 Dec 2021 00:12:40 EST cBYc6IxF No.287183 Reply
Schlitz if I had to guess. Budweiser too
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Albert Cloblinggold - Thu, 30 Dec 2021 13:32:20 EST zAYroSMF No.287194 Reply
But why would anyone drink that? Especially young people often don't like beer that much anyway. And wine would just become much more popular, as you can also drink that with 16 right?

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