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rehearsal dinner help...please

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rehearsal dinner help...please

Going to Lake Winnipesaukee, NH

We will be hostingt a dinner and need to buy beer (bottles) and wine.

Should we buy it in N.H. or near Boston.. We live out of state and do not know if we should go to the N.H.state liguor stores...or stop at a store near Boston or on our wayto N.H..

Thank You

50 for dinner and 75 addtional for party after dinner

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1. Re: rehearsal dinner help...please

I'm pretty sure New Hampshire is much cheaper for beer & wine purchases versus Mass.

P.S. No beer at the New Hampshire State liquor stores, but they do have wine (and hard liquor of course). Supermarkets are your best bet for the brewski's.

Edited: 18 August 2010, 05:56
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2. Re: rehearsal dinner help...please

Definitely buy it in NH--no tax on liquor there.

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3. Re: rehearsal dinner help...please

Also, you want them to be COLD, right? Buy them at the last minute.

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4. Re: rehearsal dinner help...please

Yes to New Hampshire. If you are a member at BJ's you can buy large quantities there.

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