Beer, a beverage so beloved that it has a national day set aside just for it and its hoppy goodness, not to mention, conveniently on a Friday, April 7th. The most widely consumed alcoholic beverage, rivaled in popularity only by water and tea. Beer is the favorite guest and undeniable socialite at almost everything gathering, no matter the occasion. There are numerous options when it comes to our favorite fermented beverage, so what does your go to say about you when you pony up to the bar to celebrate this week?
You go for gold, beer that is, and enjoy a brew or two with the boys no matter the occasion. You honor friendships with the same respect as family, which says a lot about your loyalty to your brew of choice as well. Cheers to you!
If you enjoy a wheat beer, you laugh heartily in the face of society’s ever growing gluten intolerance, real or imagined. You also tend to like things on the sweeter side; this translates into all aspects of your life. You’ve annoyed your friends on more than one occasion asking them if they can pick up oranges on their way over.
You love hops. IPA is the hipster of beers. You more than likely liked it before it was cool and can suggest some wonderful brews that we’ve probably never heard of. You’ve also been known to educate fellow patrons at the bar about their drink, and all the other drinks available.
You wish you were on a beach instead of wherever you are this very second. You probably have said the phrase, “I don’t like beer, except Corona” on numerous occasions. You have a countdown to your next vacation on your desk to compliment your beach screensaver.
You are the one in the group they rely on when it comes to good taste. You will most likely be found at Shady Grove Lounge taking advantage of the 50 percent off growler refills Sunday through Thursday. You don’t wait until the weekend to start living.
Be sure to celebrate National Beer Day, and every day in between at your favorite bars or poolside with Miller Lite buckets for only $20. Better yet, join us and X107.5 for Brew Crew every Thursday in April, in case beer from breakfast just isn’t enough.