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The Amber Waves of Grain Alcohol

They feel like I need a drink

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As if summer isn’t hard enough, autumn presents its own special challenges. Gone are the days of craving a cold beer by the pool. Those days are replaced by the autumn breeze the brings in the warm colors to contradict the cool weather. The ambers and reds of the leaves correspond with the ambers and reds of malty Octoberfest beers and dry red wines. Accompanied by chilly…

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Christopher Robin

Christopher Robin

Yes, that's my real name. Yes, I’m in therapy. No, that's not why. Chief Bush Hog for Suite 1984 Publishing, newly sober, definitely weird.

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