“A fine beer may be judged with one sip, but it’s better to be thoroughly sure.” A Czech proverb proffering weekend wisdom as sighted in downtown Williamsburg @ DOG Street Pub on Duke of Gloucester Street (that everyone in the ‘Burg calls ‘D.O.G. Street.’)
In my estimable opinion, I say this sentiment holds true for fine tea (of which I drink loads more than beer) and decadently rich hot chocolate, or whatever fine beverage you prefer (or measurement, like spoonfuls of gelato?)
Here’s to being thoroughly sure.
grace, peace & weekend whatnots
Virginia : )
“In the end, it’s not the years in your life that count: it’s the life in your years.” Abraham Lincoln
p.s. If you ever visit Williamsburg, VA, the DOG Street Pub is a fun place with yummy food (their mashed peas are especially good) & lots of beer!
Funny. Reminds me of one at an ale house on Hilton Head Island:
“Beer makes you feel how you ought to feel without beer.” 🙂
That’s good one, Mark! 🍺😜🍺
I remember our lunch at Dog Street Pub last visit and my first time eating smashed peas—so tasty! 😋 Nice collection of quotes, GL … like Mark’s, too! 🍻
That was such a yummy lunch, Cin – & you let me have all of the mashed peas.The side was enough to be a main dish! 🍲😋🍲
Oops, I meant “mushy” not “smashed” peas … must have been thinking about pumpkins 🎃