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(Flowing Data)   The ratio of bars to grocery stores, by state and country. Apparently folks in Spain and Wisconsin have a lot in common   ( flowingdata.com) divider line
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2014-06-05 07:04:02 PM  
So where do people in Wisconsin by bratwursts?
 
2014-06-05 07:59:22 PM  

mr_a: So where do people in Wisconsin by bratwursts?


Grocery stores.
 
2014-06-05 08:18:24 PM  

mr_a: So where do people in Wisconsin by bratwursts?


Illinois
 
2014-06-05 08:55:06 PM  
As a native Cheesehead, I can personally attest to the 2.7 times figure that is quoted in the article.

Those were the days. Back then, if you were tall enough to reach over the bar, you were generally served. Unless you were a stranger, o'course.
 
2014-06-05 09:59:24 PM  
Funny that most of the midwest has a higher bar-to-grocery-store ratio than Germany. I'm wondering if the study includes wine bars, seeing as Spain and Italy have very high ratios...
 
2014-06-05 10:13:54 PM  

guilt by association: Funny that most of the midwest has a higher bar-to-grocery-store ratio than Germany. I'm wondering if the study includes wine bars, seeing as Spain and Italy have very high ratios...


Have you ever lived in the midwest? Especially the NORTHERN midwest?

There's reasons, is all I'm sayin.
 
2014-06-05 10:44:31 PM  
Si dere hey. Time for a cerveza donchaknow.
 
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