Friday, 4 May 2012

The Session no.63: May the fourth be with you!


The Session is a monthly event for the beer blogging community which was started by Stan Hieronymus at Appellation Beer. On the first Friday of each month, all participating bloggers write about a predetermined topic. Each month a different blog is chosen to host The Session, choose the topic, and post a roundup of all the responses received. For more info on The Session, check out the Brookston Beer Bulletin’s nice archive page.

 

This month’s The Session is hosted by Pete Brown and it’s about The Beer Moment. What does it mean to you?

 

 

 

Fifteen minutes until the end of work. I have formulated a plan with a few friends to meet at a pub. The clock ticks down. Awesome. It’s quarter past five. I roll a cigarette for my walk to the pub. I turn my computer off. I walk. My friends may or may not already be there, it doesn’t matter; they’ll show up eventually. I order my pint of beer. Any beer will do. It doesn’t matter. It’s that first sip. That refreshing feeling after a day at the office.


That is
The Beer Moment.

 

It’s that first pint after you finish work. It’s any beer. It’s just a beer. It’s the happiness of just taking that first sip because YOU DESERVE IT!

 

That is what The Beer Moment means to me.

 

Nate

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