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    Holy crap!
    Btw, How much does it cost for a beer on an Iowa Bar? Bierhaus NYC charge $16 for a 1 liter glass.

    How about 2 to 3 bucks a 12 ounce bottle? Ice cold.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iowadawg View Post
    Holy crap!
    Btw, How much does it cost for a beer on an Iowa Bar? Bierhaus NYC charge $16 for a 1 liter glass.

    How about 2 to 3 bucks a 12 ounce bottle? Ice cold.
    You can get a beer for $2-$3 in a Korean Grocery store and drink it in a paper bag on the corner. The Korean Grocery store definitely doesn't need a website. Their business is either street traffic or word of mouth.

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    That's something they do not do in Iowa, have little paper bags for single drinks.
    But down in Texas, you get them.
    Always made my wife wonder about Texans and their beer in a sack!

    I buy at the grocery store.
    Good craft beer for 7 to 8 bucks a 6 pack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iowadawg View Post
    That's something they do not do in Iowa, have little paper bags for single drinks.
    But down in Texas, you get them.
    Always made my wife wonder about Texans and their beer in a sack!

    I buy at the grocery store.
    Good craft beer for 7 to 8 bucks a 6 pack.
    You can get a 16oz Brooklyn Brewery Ale for $5 at Shake Shack

    This site is pretty good. It shows the locations, the food and the menu. They are even starting to go national.


    Quote Originally Posted by jamesmadan View Post
    The smashingmagazine article is really brilliant . simplicity and SEO are the key-trends are the driving points.
    Yeah. It's a good article. For example, FaceBook is finding that a good percentage of their traffic is coming from mobile devices with small screens and they are having trouble properly monetizing this traffic.

    In my opinion though, it's better not to worry about the future. You could invest a lot of money now and find out that the new standard is HTML6. What then?

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