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Where to get nonalcoholic spruce beer in New York City


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Where to get nonalcoholic spruce beer in New York City

Martin Peck | Aug 29, 2006 07:15 PM

I have two questions, and I'm wondering if anyone can help me on them: 1) Does anyone know where one would be able to get nonalcoholic spruce beer anywhere in New York City? I've heard that there is a small company in Connecticut, Mistic (not to be confused with the larger fruit beverage company Mystic) that makes a spruce beer, but I'd rather have a beverage that's all spruce rather than doctored with wintergreen oil; and 2) Does anyone know if it's possible to bring in Canada Dry spruce beer from Canada itself to the USA without having to declare it at the Canada/US border? I don't know anything about this now, what with all the new antiterrorist regulations! I tasted Canada Dry spruce beer quite a number of years ago and it's very rwfreshing, with a delicious citrusy taste.

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