So we better drink it here
Hmm. Makes you wonder, how and why in the world did we let beer into our lives?
Ye-es. Must say that beer is an interesting social instrument. It's the oil or lubricant that gets the conversation going between different people. Gets you just nicely high without going overboard. For most people, you can drink quite a bit (coupla' bottles, say) and still be coherent. Couple of bottles won't even make you feel heavy or sleepy.
Beer isn't like hard liquor. No need for mixers. You could drink them out straight from the bottle. When you drink beer, you don't end up inhaling it via your sinuses. Beer doesn't kill your brain cells as fast. With beer you don't end up wasting half the night feeling wasted with a bucket to throw up in, nor do you end up next morning with a massive hangover and wondering what happened the night before.
Beer isn't like tea or coffee. Beer doesn't keep you awake through the night. Beer doesn't excite you, give you the jitters nor does cause butterflies in the stomach. Beer isn't strong-tastingly bitter. You don't drink beer hot. You don't have to waste time making the beverage.
But then again, I'm not really too much of a beer person. See, being a bit of an extremist at times, I tend more towards hard liquor and the baggage it carries (voluntary helicopter spins, Walls of Jericho, inhibition breakdowns, next-day post mortems). But here's one who is: