sure do, totally legal here as long as i dont sell it for profit, generally give it away to family and friends. On the night of osama's death i had around 50 US, Brit, Aussie and NZ ex soldiers/pmc's celebrating and we went through 100+ litres.
Why do Americans call football soccer and not the other way around?
SOCCER - "The brutal game once known in England as 'kicking the bladder' actually dates back at least to the Roman conquest in A.D. 43. The name 'fut balle' was given the game in the 12th century, when it was first played on a large 'field' with boundary lines, with approximately 50 men on each side. It was already causing so many injuries that a number of English monarchs, including Henry VIII and Elizabeth I, tried to ban it. The modern spelling 'football' appeared in England by 1650. Football didn't become respectable until James I of England lifted the ban imposed by Elizabeth I, and the rules against mayhem slowly began to evolve.The English game was, of course, developing into what we Americans now call 'soccer' (1889, a clipping and alliteration of 'association football') but which the rest of the world still calls, by some variant or translation of English, 'football'." From "Speaking Freely: A Guided Tour of American English from Plymouth Rock to Silicon Valley" by Stuart Berg Flexner and Anne H. Soukhanov (Oxford University Press, New York, 1997).
Interesting, we dont have the same laws here, self defence is not a reasonable excuse in nz, there have been numerous cases of farmers shooting thieves in nz and being charged with murder/manslaughter by our "police". Luckily enough, in each case the juries have aquitted them because the average citizen here has more common sense than the authorities.
...and police officers being charged when shooting meth raged assholes.