First, I need you to read this article. Pay special attention to the second paragraph.
Go ahead, read the article. I'll wait.
This story reminds me of a story I once heard. I'm going to leave names and locations out of it to maintain the anonymity of those involved.
An inmate serving in a state prison once filed a lawsuit against the state claiming that the inmate's freedom of religion was being violated. This inmate claimed that an oak tree was necessary, and the state refused to provide one. As the inmate professed to be a Druid, this was a violation of this inmate's right to practice religion. The inmate pointed out that Muslim inmates were given alternate meals when pork was served, therefore a tree should be provided for Druids.
Of course, the state dismissed the lawsuit as frivolous.
I swear this shit really happened, and reading that article about inmates suing the beer and wine companies reminded me of this professed Druid who sued a state because an oak tree wasn't provided in state correctional facilities.
Have a beautiful day, y'all.