I love beer. You can drink it with any meal, at any time of day. Like snowflakes and fingerprints, no two are exactly alike and there are seemingly unending amounts of variations and flavors.
Beer isn't just for the XY chromosomes, ladies.
I love beer. You can drink it with any meal, at any time of day. Like snowflakes and fingerprints, no two are exactly alike and there are seemingly unending amounts of variations and flavors. The same can be said for women. Which is why you should love women who drink beer! Because it's two of the best things in the world coming together. Chocolate and peanut butter, Rachel and Ross, Zach and Kelly, girls and beer — it just seems right. Here are 7 truths about women who love brewskis.
2. She’s probably drinking Blue Moon.
Beer consumption in Australia has strong links to perceptions of masculinity. This paper explores the increasing phenomenon of the beer-drinking female, placing this trend in the context of a cultural environment in which the norms relating to appropriate beverage consumption according to gender are widely held. The results of an ethnographic study into alcohol consumption are discussed in terms of their contribution to an understanding of gender segregation in beer consumption. The social impediments confronting the female wishing to consume beer are discussed, and the potential implications of non-conformance are outlined. Beer is the most popular form of alcohol in Australia Australian Bureau of Statistics [ABS] , and according to most beer drinkers, alcohol is beer Mackay The beer gut is considered by some to be a status symbol Wannan , and according to King , drinking prowess among Australian males is of greater importance than sexual competence. Beer drinking also constitutes an on-going rite of passage, as Australian males are required to repeatedly demonstrate their manhood through heavy beer consumption in order to fend off accusations of being a bore Murray , or even a "bloody poofta" King , p.
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