German Beer and Long Conversations — Whenever we go through Virginia headed back home; we’ve been stopping at this local German restaurant for some years. It is a nice place with great food and a pretty large beer selection, including some German and other types. Well, I tried this one German beer that literally looked black. It was so dark, and I fell in love with that and have been having it each time we stop at this restaurant. How many discussions over this beer, including politics and education, have been had over a big mug.
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