Monday, July 31, 2006

the winds of change

Is this the beginning of a new era? Am I about to embark on a new path, alter one of the fundamental aspects of my behaviour? Am I redefining myself at 29??

I've found a new drink.

I've always been a fairly predictable lager girl. Moosehead with lime if possible, taking kokanne or maybe Keiths as a backup. On certain occasions, or if they're on special, then the drink of choice is a caesar. That's pretty much it, those are my drinks. Not much variation in the past 10 or so years. But tonight a new door has opened. I've discovered.... dark beer! I don't want to get too excited, maybe it's not all dark beers that will be as smooth, sweet and as supremely sublime as this one. But for now, Fort Garry Dark has got me salivating for more. I can't wait til my next opportunity to enjoy a pint.

It is with eager enthusiasm that I usher in the Dark Age!


Jade said...

oh ya, sometimes it\'s like drinking liquid chocolate...  Definately will make knee pain go away!  "nancy kerrigan"  LOL !!!!

Miss said...

I use to love the darker ales but alas I haven\'t been able to drink them since before my pregnancy--not that I drank during my pregnancy--
Have you tried the cream ales or ambers.....they\'re pretty good. I\'ve learned a whole lot about microbreweries with the partner....he\'s a big fan of beer. I\'ve taken a liking to blondes and cream ales and I use to be just a light lager kind of girl--coincidently with lime as well--but I\'ve changed my tune too. Beer isn\'t just the Molson or Labatt that so many of us Canuckleheads are use to, it\'s now more refined. Enjoy the brewskies!!

Laoch said...

Beer is good food

lori said...

Try Kilkenny.  yummy

hellachella said...

FYI.. dark beer is 2398472975293847x more fattening than regular beer.
The End.
Love Michelle.

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