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Thirsty South Talks Low Octane Booze

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The bar at Holeman & Finch Public House.
The bar at Holeman & Finch Public House.
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Brad Kaplan, Cheap Eats columnist for Creative Loafing, has posted on his Thirsty South blog an interesting read on "low octane" alcohol. He notes recent efforts "crafting drinks that deliver maximum enjoyment, which can often mean less-than-maximum ABV (alcohol by volume)" by local brewery Wild Heaven and mixologist "maestro" Greg Best at Holeman & Finch. H&F's newly debuted Saturday lunch menu includes examples of the latter. What say you, Eater readers—is less really more? [Thirsty South]

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