We hope you’re spending the Thanksgiving holiday with people you love. Or, at least, with beer that you love.
While we’re being thankful for all those craft brewers out there and their wonderful creations, we want to be sure that we’re thankful for the really important things.
p. s. I would be personally thankful for a Dallas Cowboys loss. Just sayin’.
On this day that is far too often associated with gluttony and over-indulgence, we hope that you take some time to reflect on the things for which you are thankful.
The Hop Talk crew is thankful for our families, close friends, and our many blessings. Oh, and beer. Really thankful for beer.
It’s Thanksgiving today here in the States, a day when we get together with family and friends, overindulge on food and drink, and, hopefully, give thanks for all of our blessings.
We’re doing no less, of course.
Matt, Ron, and I wish you all a wonderful Thanksgiving. Don’t overdo it too much. Don’t let your family drive you crazy. And, later tonight when it’s quiet and you’re having one last beer and reflecting on the day, remember all the things you’re thankful for.
For those of you not in the United States, we hope you have a very nice Thursday.
Tomorrow is Thanksgiving in the United States.
In addition to institutional gluttony, it is also apparently the biggest travel holiday of the year.
Bear that in mind while you’re scarfing down your turkey and fixin’s and all that beer (or whatever libation you choose).
We here at Hop Talk wish a safe and happy holiday. We certainly have much to be thankful for.
AAA predicts that a record 38.7 million Americans will travel more that fifty miles from home this Thanksgiving holiday, with about 80% traveling by car. This in spite of record-high gasoline prices.
My brother Don is coming to visit us (a trip of 200 miles). He’ll be in good company.
Ron and I wish you all a safe, satiating, and joyous Thanksgiving.
I, for one, have much to be thankful for.