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    Bud Dry availability

    Milwaukee, the land of Beer, doesnt sell Bud Dry. I am in search of the Bud Dry and need to locate areas that still stock it. Obviously St Louis has it. But what about Chicago? All members who can verify that Bud Dry exists in their area, please let me know. Why ask why? Bud Dry.

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    I'll check out Birmingham Alabama, but I've come to like Molson Ice, and usually you can only find like one or two sixpacks of the stuff at any given place.

    I like ice beer in general because it has a fuller taste, and higher alcohol content

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    Re:Bud Dry availability

    I agree, but we cant get it in Milwaukee. that means I must go on a crusade to find the Bud Dry.

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    Re:Bud Dry availability

    Nobody around here can confirm the location and availability of Bud Dry ??

    Wow !

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    Plenty of Bud Dry in St. Louis...come on down!

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    But he'll get stopped by the coolness of chicago.

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    Re:Bud Dry availability

    [quote author=Saptech link=board=14;threadid=8737;start=0#msg80002 date=1079492778]
    Plenty of Bud Dry in St. Louis...come on down!

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    Been planned ;D For some time. ITs just a bit far for an evening drive ;D

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    Re:Bud Dry availability

    [quote author=countach44 link=board=14;threadid=8737;start=0#msg80007 date=1079496771]
    But he'll get stopped by the coolness of chicago.
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    Wouldnt be the first time ;D

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