What is alcohol?

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    I live in Texas. I don't care where I'm at or what state I'm in. If I'm carrying I don't drink Alcohol, period......

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    Quote Originally Posted by archer51 View Post
    Well, by law I guess you are in violation. However if you use one of the leading mouthwash's you stand a better chance of becoming intoxicated. From Answers.com:

    I don't think I'd want to be a test case.

    Another option for when out and want your Beck's non-alcoholic beer. Switch to open carry. No restriction on drinking when your open carrying, just concealed.
    Hey, you left out Dr. Tichenor's, which has 70% alcohol content. Wonderful mouthwash too.

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    Don't see the point. Non-alcoholic beer tastes like crap anyways.
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    Drinking non-alcoholic beer is like kissing your sister.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MadMac View Post
    Drinking non-alcoholic beer is like kissing your sister.
    From now on non-alcoholic beer will be known as "the dry hump beer".

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    OP, the Diva part of your screen name did not register in my mind lol.

    Good one MadMac.
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    In the words of Reverend Lovejoy, Short answer yes with an "if", long answer no with a "but".
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    My sister is hot!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ep1953 View Post
    My sister is hot!
    Well, she is still your sister. Unless you're one of "those".

    Because this is a nice G-rated forum, I'll assume you don't share the filial proclivities of a Roman emperor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tacman605 View Post
    Any of the non alchoholic beers are exactly that, not considered alcoholic in content.

    Alcohol is not authorized in theater but I can go to the chow hall and get Odoul's or any number of fake beers and consume them while carrying a firearm or while on a mission. I dont think you have anything to worry about.
    I agreed with you on that point. Bagram Airfield Near-Beers are allowed without limit ... beside what you can actual stomach :P
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    Quote Originally Posted by smolck View Post
    From now on non-alcoholic beer will be known as "the dry hump beer".
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    Quote Originally Posted by gunsnroses View Post
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    I checked the VA ABC and found that beer "less than .5%" is not regulated by ABC, no age limit and no license required to sell it. I guess the bartender didn't know and was just doing a CYA. The O'Doul's label does say "less than .5%". The VA handgun laws say that alcohol regulated by ABC is off limits. But, then it goes on to say about "being impaired" or "being intoxicated" (probably would need to drink a case to get to that point). So, I agree with posters about the grey area and when in doubt.....

    I still like the taste, the coldness and the bubbliness (new word) of "fake" beer in the summer. It beats soda and half the price of real beer.

    My favorite real beer is Rasputin Russian Stout made at Ft. Bragg, CA. They only come in 4packs and the elevated alcohol content will do the job.

    So, what's in your beer cooler?
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    Quote Originally Posted by NC Bullseye View Post
    In NC ANY alcohol however slight in your blood while concealed carrying is a violation of statute. If you drink enough of the "non-alcoholic" beer to register anything on the LEs test you are toast.
    This is the same in Michigan, it's a .02 percent. I don't know if an Odul's would raise your BAL or not. Personally I wouldn't risk it.
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    Relax Mac, my wife, cousin Cindy, agrees that sis is hot. She also agrees that sis is a good kisser!

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