lol good points, been down that road and the back roads. lol. As a bouncer for over 5 years, I must say, I would much rather work a bar of stoned people rather than drunk people. You can reason with stoned people. A drunk person will only hear what they want to hear on most occasions. Good convo.
Yes, I like Jack too but I've cut back on the hard stuff years ago. When I go out I may have one Jack and Coke but then I have to pace myself with beer. I have a high profile career and cant afford to let go when out on the town anymore... sucks being responsible...lol
Beer isn't my choice of alcoholic beverage, but I find myself constantly surrounded by self-proclaimed 'beer snobs' and drinking whatever they have. Usually local brews and lots of stuff from Shipyard. Blueberry Ale is pretty interesting and good. Guiness and Yuengling (sp?) freely flow. I guess some of those are considered ale or stouts?...but I've ignored all of my friend's conversation about what constitutes an ale, stout or whatever. hahaha
If I was to buy my own beer (again, very unlikely) I'd purchase Heineken Light, which I prefer over the original. The only exception to this is when I have Indian Food - I must have a King Fisher beer!
My favorite beer is the type of root beer they sell at Trader Joe's. Well at least there is the word beer in there. I really do not care for the alcoholic beverage, but was fun brewing some in that Botany class I took for non-Science majors. We ended up cooking and gardening more than anything else lol.
I am planning on getting it soon. After the kids Birthdays are all paid off....I really do love the taste of beer. I dont drink it to get drunk. Not a big fan of sweet girly stuff. I love Whiskey, and a tall glass of really dark, foamy, creamy, cold thick flavorful beer. mmmmm
With a little one and another on the way, I'm always looking for something new that's quick and easy to make. My best dish is probably chicken parm, but I do lots of Italian-y stuff. I could use a little more variety.
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