ATLANTA -- A Harris Teeter supermarket in the upscale Brookhaven suburb here merchandises beer in a walk-in cooler, which a chain spokeswoman said helps draw customers to the beer section and showcase its variety. The cooler, 19 feet by 24 feet, has an automatic glass door that says "Walk-in Beer Cooler" on it. Various-sized packs of domestic and microbrewed beer, plus some non-alcoholic imports, are stacked on a platform in the center of the floor and on metal shelf units against the ...

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