Life, The Universe & Beer

 Since 1903, "The Champagne of Beers" has adorned the "Girl in the Moon" - still no wrinkles.

Since 1903, "The Champagne of Beers" has adorned the "Girl in the Moon" - still no wrinkles.

I expected the first beer posting about the exciting things we have planned with our draught line-up at Wheat & Water. Maybe something about breweries, events, collaborations, but lo and behold, something more entertaining demands attention.

Some people live for beer, but for 110-year old Agnes Fenton, it's her magical elixir. Apparently, Agnes and that Girl in the Moon, who has graced Miller High Life's label for more than a century, have been hiding the secret to eternal life. Perhaps it's just a test of wills because with Miller High Life, you have to drink it fast. As a friend of mine would say, Miller High Life is delicious under 34 degrees, but at 35? It tastes like piss.

In addition to three High Life's a day, she would also drank a shot of whiskey: 110-Year Old Woman drinks Miller High Life Every Day

Doug Ritz

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