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PB+J drinks sounds like a great idea.
 
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Nope, It`s more ABV, and that`s a very strong argument.
Maybe when comparing beer to beer
but
ABV = 1/2 proof.

Even my Namesake beer is only 11% ABV = 22 Proof
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which is Kinda wimpy compared to spirits
 

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Well here’s to thanksgiving, start of my 5 day weekend hope all drink well and eat even better
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Beer (craft beer) is fine most days, but for a turkey dinner a light white wine, preferably from one of our local vintners, is my choice.

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Well, since many states are going 50+% renewable, and many of us have rooftop solar, then I agree, and it will be easy to do. However, all electric isn't yet feasible. PHEV makes more sense until the batteries can be quickly recharged.
 


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Always have some bourbon county beer on holidays and some polish blackberry brandy
 

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Well, since many states are going 50+% renewable, and many of us have rooftop solar, then I agree, and it will be easy to do. However, all electric isn't yet feasible. PHEV makes more sense until the batteries can be quickly recharged.

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This was meant at a jab at the tree huggers that don't understand their choice in going electric -- means that they are sill dependent on fossil fuels.

Today, we as a nation, rely on less than 20% renewable energy resources. To the mods this isn't a political matter, these are just facts.

So, to your statement, when are we going to get to 50% number? How is that going to be measured? How are the states that reside in the PNW, and upper Eastern seaboard going to effectively jump on that solar panacea? There are a lot of households, and population that cannot benefit from solar or windmills. The grid, -- what is being done to address the additional influx of power, and storage of potential energy?


I am totally onboard with a better way forward - it is going to take some time to get there and everyone onboard to understand that process is one that requires a transitional strategy.
 

 
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