A beer revolution is brewing in Alabama. Drinkers thirsty for something
other than Budweiser or Miller didn't have many choices in the state
just a few years ago, but a series of laws passed since 2009 has opened
up Alabama to the world of high-alcohol specialty beers, neighborhood
brew pubs and microbreweries. Its a big change in a Bible Belt state
that still has dry counties and legally banned home beer brewing and
wine making until this year.