Author: Niki Ganong
“From drinking moonshine in West Virginia to hitting every street in the U.S. that allows open containers, your life list just got a whole lot more fun.” – OutsideOnline.com
WINNER! - Gold Medal - PubWest Design Awards - Silver Medal - Independent Publisher Book Awards - Bronze Medal - INDIEFAB Book of the Year Awards.
Let’s face it: America’s alcohol laws are confusing. What’s true for one state is rarely true for its neighbor. In The Field Guide to Drinking in America author Niki Ganong has mixed together a survey of each state’s history with alcohol along with the current laws of the land, expertly blending it with the right amount of humor and sass to make it go down easy. Find out when bars make last call. Know how packaged liquor, beer and wine are sold in all 50 states and Washington, D.C. Plan ahead for the Sunday “blue laws” that can throw off your tailgate party. This book keeps thirsty travelers informed when they cross a state line and armchair travelers entertained as they consider the complexity and variety of state laws enacted since the repeal of Prohibition.