Other Thought for the day by Jeffrey Miller March 17, 2007 written by Jeffrey Miller March 17, 2007 If a beer can be dyed green it is not a real beer. 10 comments 0 FacebookTwitterGoogle +Pinterest Jeffrey Miller previous post Here and There next post "Worse than Pius XII" – why thank you! You may also like Here we go a Caroling December 22, 2005 Lazarus Fund February 13, 2004 This Rock February 13, 2004 Reflections on the 3rd Anniversary of my Wife’s... January 29, 2020 Evangelism February 22, 2004 Welcome Mat September 21, 2004 Remembering our blessings July 4, 2005 Disclaimer October 28, 2003 The Alliance of the Two Hearts May 1, 2004 Guilty pleasure January 29, 2006 10 comments Julie March 17, 2007 - 3:25 pm AMEN BROTHER! Marc March 17, 2007 - 4:47 pm Of course not! It’s never real beer unless it’s a black and tan… Julie March 17, 2007 - 6:54 pm Black and Tan!? Try Guinness. I’ll tell a joke: The president of Miller, Budweiser, and Guinness were at a convention and they went out for happy hour after the day’s “festivities”. The guy from Miller ordered an MGD, The guy from Budweiser ordered a Bud, and the guy from Guinness ordered a Coke. They ribbed him about his choice of beverage so he explained, “Well, I figured that if you guys aren’t going to drink then I won’t either.” 🙂 Puff the Magic Dragon March 17, 2007 - 6:56 pm Anyway, the only real ale one should be drinking today is a Guiness or two. heh. May God give you… for every storm a rainbow, for every tea, a smile, for every care, a promise, and a blessing for every trial. dino March 17, 2007 - 9:20 pm When I was in Dublin, the word was that “Guinness is good for you!” Mac McLernon March 17, 2007 - 9:52 pm If it’s a “real” beer, it’s probably already green… 😉 Dim Bulb March 17, 2007 - 10:31 pm If an Irishman can’t turn a beer green he ain’t really Irish. Rob March 18, 2007 - 6:10 am If you can drink it, it’s beer. bill912 March 18, 2007 - 12:59 pm Guinness: The Irish Health Elixir Fr. Stephanos, O.S.B. March 18, 2007 - 6:40 pm Ah, but . . . if a BEERCAN be dyed green, what be inside might still be drinkable. . Comments are closed.