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    wine or beer?

    to be fair..let's include spirits.

    i live in the middle of Sonoma Wine Country..and i am strongly gravitating to beer. super weird.

    i love wine!! but beer is taking my money more and more.

    you?

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    Caffeine
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    Yes.

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    The beer I like is much more expensive per liter than the wine I like.

    I couldn't choose between the two. Beer is so broad that you have everything from Lambics to Double Imperial Stouts, but wine is just so good with so many foods.
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    I definitely gravitated to red wine a dozen or so years ago; I think I drank enough beer in my teens, 20s and 30s :-) I probably have wine 2-3 nights per week, and beer maybe once a month. And I generally go for a stout, wheat or lambic if I choose beer, as it is usually only one or two (gone are the days of knocking back a 6 pack of Sam Adams, atc. before heading out tot he local bars)
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    Beer when the suns out, wine in the evening.

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    It all depends for me, I can't do without either. Like wine for a lot of meals (but sadly it's too expensive here), and beer for the outdoor in the Summer or the occasional pub food at home. Rum is my evening relaxation time drink.

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    For me that is a nature vs nurture problem.
    I am French -> I drink wine (genetics).
    I live in Germany -> I drink beer
    To be precise: I live in Cologne -> I drink Kölsch (local influence)

    In short: I drink.

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    Beer for cooling off on hot days, or with certain foods, wine the rest of the time.

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    Stouts and porters, wines that are sweet

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