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The morning newspaper stated that 12 US micro-breweries were visiting Ontario to try to get the Liquor Control Board of Ontario (LCBO) to list some of their products.  I hope to get a chance to try some of their products.  For what it is worth, the LCBO apparently is the largest single buyer of spirits in the world.
Gary


Jim Getaz wrote:
        Harold,
                Amen!
                I thought you needed that – maybe more than a beer.
                While our limestone aggregate is fairly siliceous for a carbonate aggregate and our cement is fairly alkaline, we have not had problems, but have had them tested, which also indicated no reactivity. So ASR is not a simple issue. So with no experience, and I hope it remains that way, I agree that one should tread carefully.
        Jim Getaz
        Precast Concrete Engineer
 
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