Have you tried other substitutions? Instead of imitation beer try this next tim

  1. couturepopcafe profile image60
    couturepopcafeposted 7 years ago

    Have you tried other substitutions?  Instead of imitation beer try this next time out at the pub:

    Ask the bartender to mix this in the blender:  Tonic water, lime, honey, a pat of melted butter and a splash of orange juice.  It's crazy but it works.  The fizzy water satisfies the substitution for beer, the lime and honey give a sweet and tangy at the same time, the butter and o.j. fool your brain making it think you are getting something nutritious.  Actually you are but don't tell your bar mates.  You won't want to drink as much or as often.  (If the pub doesn't have melted butter, use a little coco loco or coconut oil.  If you hate coconut, use any kind of fat or oil the bar has.)

  2. Fintan Harvey profile image60
    Fintan Harveyposted 7 years ago

    Ah that is very sweet of you to send me that recipe, thank you very much. Unfortunately I live in Ireland and a bar worker would look at you like you had 4 heads for ordering such a concoction! Is that you in the picture?? xx

  3. couturepopcafe profile image60
    couturepopcafeposted 7 years ago

    Yes, this is me.  Perhaps if you tell the local barman that you are doing it on a bet, you could escape with your manhood in tact.  But, ahh, the Irish.  Such lovers of the brew.  A bit of advice then. 

    When the voice and the vision on the inside become more profound and clear and loud than the opinions on the outside, you've mastered your life.

    You could also just say a little filly from Tennessee sent you the recipe, throw an extra quid on the bar and tell him to shove off when he laughs in your face.

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