Bringing own Liquor to Dinner

If invited to a small dinner in someone's home, is it OK to bring your own liquor of choice? These people serve wine, but I'm not a wine drinker.

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by: Ms P Etiquette

Dear Liquor Drinker,

Unless the host requests guests to BYOB, bringing your own booze is rude. If you do not drink wine, simply drink water or a soft drink. Bringing anything other than flowers or a small host gift to a dinner party without being asked specifically to do so can be disrespectful and insulting.

Ms Practical Etiquette

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