Happy hour is an all too well-known concept where bars and restaurants offer half -price drinks and appetizers or deals on specific drinks and appetizers, normally in the late afternoon from around 4 to 6 PM. Sometimes you find those bars that have signs outside like “Happy Hour all day,” and they are always a good find and a place you'll remember, or maybe not, I don't know.
Everyone knows that your favorite cocktails are like candy for adults. If you are looking to impress your friends by throwing an over-the-top Halloween party, or prefer watching some scary movies on the couch, nothing will get you feeling like a child making their Halloween costume again like brewing some Halloween-inspired drinks.
As a child I always loved creating games. Is it because I love control and also talking and telling others what to do? It's possible. But whatever ✨ That's for another time.
Indeed, your choice of drinks, especially alcohol-based ones, is more eloquent than your preferred dishes. There are a few reasons for this. First is in alcohol’s relaxing effect activating your true inner nature. Second is in the drink’s being a part of your lifestyle, which represents many aspects of your personality.
Alright for Volume 4 I thought I would do my favorite beer/cider spots in the city. This is a more diverse list than the others have been so far. Because I go to a lot of different bars for different reasons, this should be a cool list. Some of these places have food, some don’t, but they are all very near and dear to my heart. I am not much of a sports watcher, unless it is soccer, as I have now been boycotting the NFL for several years. So having a place or two where I can watch soccer is great, and while I do have a back up bar from my normal one to watch soccer, I didn’t put it on this list, because it is literally four blocks away from the other, but I still feel like it needs an honorable mention, so to the Kangaroo and Kiwi in Ballard, I salute you.
Pick your poison is so real.
A good entertainer knows how to treat their guests right, get them to unwind, and also manages to make the most of their time while hosting. They know that it's not just about making good conversation or having delicious food available.
I don't typically like to brag, but I really used to be able to pound down shots in my day. I'd even chase them with a nice, frosty cold one.
Very few things bring people together like cocktails and liquor. Drinking loosens people up, and gives people something to talk about when all other conversation fails. The best thing about drinking is that there's a million different ways to do it, and even more ways to enjoy it.
Wine has become the Millennnial way to kick off a good time, and let's face it, we had to put our own generational spin on wine culture. I'm not just talking about the new appreciation of boxed wine here, either.
Ever since man first discovered how to brew some brewskis, alcohol has been a huge part of global culture. Traditions surround serving it. Historical figures are known for their love of specific drinks. Alcohol is even mentioned in the texts of almost every single major religion.
Be it about alcoholism or drinking just in good fun, alcohol consumption will always be a popular theme in music. The most timeless of these songs tend to be quite obviously about alcohol; however, not every drinking song is as obvious as "Drinking Song" by Dean Martin and Frank Sinatra. Some tell a tale through poetic lyricism, others might be straightforward after a more concentrated listen, but most songs you didn't know were about drinking will, at the very least, hide its true colors beyond the title and take a true second listen to fully comprehend.