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    Picked these glasses up at the local Goodwill store this morning, took me a moment to recognize the name, and then I flashed back to the first bad hangover I ever had, right out of high school. How could I NOT buy them as a reminder?
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    never heard of it.
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    Default Re: If you can remember these, you are older than dirt

    I remember them well, mid-70's the advent of screw-top pop wines. Boone's Farm was another.
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    Quote Originally Posted by flyerdan View Post
    I remember them well, mid-70's the advent of screw-top pop wines. Boone's Farm was another.
    And I think Ripple was another.

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    The Berry Frost was my favorite, I was earning $3.17 an hour in 1972 and a bottle of the stuff only cost 99 cents, one could get fairly well plastered for under a buck (before taxes)

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    Default Re: If you can remember these, you are older than dirt

    We used to call it Annie Green Death

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    Must have been a northern concoction, never saw any in the southland. RIPPLE, Boone's Farm, MD 20/20 (mad dog) were the cheap wines back in the 60's &70's. Getting sick for drinking a half gallon of Boones Farm is why I am not a wine drinker today, still cant stand the smell of any wine. Got sick on beer and other alcoholic beverages but never weaned me off them, just the wine.
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    Never heard of Annie Green springs,.. Boone's Farm and Mad Dog 20/20 was the drink of choice for the economically challenged when I was growing up. The Hard stuff was 4 roses. I guess it is a North/South thing. Lets see.. Boone's came in three flavors, If I remember correctly.. apple, strawberry, and "mountain berry" or something like that. It was all apple wine, with some flavoring added. If you wanted cheap nasty beer, there was Hamm's and Schlitz. not to mention the Colt.45 malt liquor

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    I loved Hamm's beer. Of course, I also drank a LOT of Texas Pride. I could get it for $1.19/6pack, in bottles, chilled! It had the little puzzles/riddles under the cap. They were mostly easy, until you finished the case, then they were harder! I miss the Texas Pride beer, and many of the other brands too. The smaller bottlers got bought or pushed by the bigger guys.

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    Yep dureing that time frame as far as soda's (not to get off-topic) they were Shasta and Golden Age.

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