I thought I’d leave you with my next-to-last drink of 2020 (champagne comes later) – a 750 ml bottle of IPA from the Cévennes. Why all the fuss? I might be doing a ‘dry January’ to start the year off…right? I’m not resolving anything and give myself the right of a few exceptions, but that’s the intention anyway.
Happy New Year everyone.
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We can keep each other motivated…
And so it begins, Rich. It’s only 10am and I’m already wondering what I’m going to substitute my afternoon beer with.
Cheers to you Ger! My New Years resolution is to get into street clothes more often and get out! Damn, its been a long year!
We are saving a lot of money on clothes this year!
I’ve been “dry” since 1997…Cheers!
That was my first year in Japan and definitely not ‘dry’. Good on ya for making that decision.
Happy new year Gerry.
Same to you and Mrs. T, Tom!
Trying a new approach myself. I’m writing goals on each beer with a sharpie. For example, I had one last stout in the fridge. Wrote “40 miles” on it and can’t have it until I reach that goal.
Is that an accumulative 40 miles, or do you need to do it one shot? Or will you decide when you just can’t wait to open that bottle?
Realized after I posted that should have been more specific. My longest single ride last year was only 36 miles when I had been better during previous years. So 40 miles in single ride to open it.
Well good luck with that. Wait for a warm, sunny day and that stout will taste all that much better!