That's a great tip Giselle, pardon the pun. We were lucky to catch a talk at the Ronald Reagan Museum one night with Chris Matthews a few years ago where he spoke about the strong friendship Ronald Reagan developed with then house speaker Tip O'Neil. Matthews had apparently worked for. Chris walked Nancy Reagan into the room, it was very rare public appearance. Chris told us many anecdotes on Reagan, and made it clear, Reagan was very much of the mind that everyone was friends after 6. How sad those days are over in politics today.
Also, I was surprised to learn of how George Washington's whisky distillery (http://www.mountvernon.org/visit-his-estate/plan-your-visit/distillery-amp-gristmill
) was unearthed, and then hushed by the government years ago when the burning remains were discovered on his farm near Mt Vernon. Apparently it was a Scott who talked President Washington into the whiskey business, and once he saw how quickly the stuff sold, he ramped up production, made a lot of money on it. The distillery was rebuilt a few years ago, and it was impressive to see it all working, the vats were scolding hot, and the guy who worked there told us that he has many people who put their hands in there. I guess we are so used to seeing fake everything, it would be hard to imagine a steaming distillery as being real (wink).
Personally speaking though, I do love a cold glass of beer after work, preferably Samuel Adams or the odd Guinness, but I have been known to drink Heineken, and the odd glass of wine. Unfortunately, my acid reflux doesn't agree with the stuff, but I do love it.
It's always nice to see a new post Giselle, Cheers!