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Best Answer Alan Robert Lancaster says
Keith Abt says
I saw an ad for a Texas craft brew recently, don't recall the brand - but the ad said, "we're not saying it is a breakfast beer, and we're not saying it's not."
Lisa Vollrath says
I've been reading a lot of novels concerning the middle ages. Ken Follet stuff would be an example, and other authors as well. Beer with bread for breakfast is altogether common, standard, accepted :)
The reason the Brits were drinking beer, and my Italian ancestors were drinking wine: it was safer than drinking the water!
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I love you!
OMG Paula you crack me up. Tito's vodka ' ain't ' bad. lol
Ruby......I crack MYSELF up! I don't even drink! LOL But I have a feeling if I hung out with Wesman, I might just start!! He's a corker! Glad to see him back!
For me...it is like I have absolutely nothing to say to anyone...until I've had a drink, then I'm suddenly Mr. Social :)
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Rochelle Frank says
I like the way you think!
Linda Bilyeu says
Linda Sue...ain't you never heard that it's ALWAYS NOON somewhere in the world!?? It's OK. Wesman tells me he pours his beer over his Rice Krispies. Puts a little more snap, crackle pop in the bowl!
Hey, there is Sangria wine, which is red wine mixed with orange juice. Everyone knows orange juice is a breakfast drink, so......
Paula, I heard that it's always 5:00 somewhere! :)
Wes, Carry on! :)
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I will look for that! Thanks!