They say you are what you eat… in this case what you drink? Check out this info graphic to see what the kind of beer you drink says about you.
Maybe I’ll do this at home. It would conserve water, it’s good for the skin and hair. WHY NOT!
I was reminded of this commercial again this morning so I thought I just had to post it.
So true, so true..
It’s that time of year again. Sommerfest at Liederkranz! For those of you who have never been there. It is a lot of fun. There is lots of great German food and of course German beer. There’s a German Choir and traditional dancing as well. If you are interested in German culture or you just want to come out and have a good time. Come join me! I will be there from about 7:30 Friday night. Lederhosen optional…
Admission: Adults $5 Children 6-15 $2 — under 5 free.
If you bring a non-perishable food item for the Mt. Joy Food Bank you get $1 off adult admission (limit $1/adult)
Let me know if you want to come.
Check out the link for more info! Program and Menu
Beer prices barrel higher
Retail prices for beer at supermarkets and other stores were up 3% in May from a year earlier, the biggest increase in 2½ years, according to the latest data from the Labor Department. That’s higher than the inflation rate for the overall economy, and a bigger gain than in prices of liquor and wine bought to be consumed at home.
Those going out will also pay more for beer. Prices for beer poured away from home were up 3.8% in May from a year earlier.
The gains are in part a result of rising costs for malting barley, one of the main ingredients in beer. But a variety of other costs are increasing for brewers, including for other grains, glass, cardboard, energy, transportation, insurance and labor… more at USAToday
First Hillary at Lancaster Brewing Company now this… What’s with the Democrats in Lancaster and the Brewing Company??? People are going to start thinking they are all drunks…