Our protagonist, a typical Hold Steadyian drifter girl, is living above a club. Well, if you could call it that. / A 3.2 bar is one that only sells alcohol that's 3.2% alcohol by weight. The beer was originally created to subvert grocery story rules about stocking alcohol. In many states, 3.2 is available after they stop selling regular alcohol. / Lifter Puller frequency referenced 3.2 beer in their songs including one of my favorites of theirs, 'Lifter Puller vs. the End of the Evening,' with this boozy couplet: 'I've been tryin to meet you / dying to reach you / It's too late for liquor / bu