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  1. I always wonder what causes folks to establish wineries where, objectively, wine grapes don’t grow very well. And even when you beat the odds in such places and produce a drinkable wine, the wine is always overpriced for what it is.

    Establishing a brewery seems like a better bet. I’ve yet found a place where, with a talented brewmaster, you can’t produce a good beer and at a decent price. Of course, it seems like there are now 6 zillion craft brewers in America, but the market seems to still be growing rapidly (at the expense of Budweiser and such).

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