There’s an old saying that goes something like this: “If you have a problem with alcohol, don’t drink it.”
The phrase, however, has come under attack over the years, especially after a 2013 ABC News investigation found that nearly one-third of American adults have consumed alcohol at least once in their lives.
While the term “beer emoji” is a new phenomenon, there are some rules you should follow if you want to avoid offending the beer drinker in your life.
Here’s what you should know.1.
Beer is a good thing to have in moderation1.
If you have had too much beer recently, you should stop drinking it. 2.
Be happy with your choices and enjoy them responsibly.
But don’t get angry at the beer-drinking masses.
Be safe and enjoy your beer.
It is perfectly okay to drink too much of it and feel bad about it.
The goal is to reduce your consumption of alcohol by as much as possible and get back to being a sober person.
If there are rules about what you can and can’t drink, be sure to follow them.
Beer has many flavors, and if you don’t know which ones are appropriate for you, it’s best to ask.
The first rule of drinking is to not overdo it. 6.
If it tastes like beer, drink it.
If the beer tastes like a bad-tasting, poorly brewed beverage, that’s okay, too.
Don’t drink too often.
You might be a beer drinkier than you think.
Beer isn’t good for you if you’re pregnant, lactating, or taking birth control.
It might help your immune system, too, if you drink beer with a glass of milk or water.
If your baby’s going to drink, make sure you have him or her covered in beer.
Beer also can be used to keep your baby warm, especially in hot weather.
Be aware of the alcohol content of your drink.
Check the bottle for the alcohol concentration before drinking it to make sure it’s safe for you and your baby.
Be responsible and enjoy it responsibly.
The more beer you drink, the more you can drink responsibly.
You can also avoid drinking if you can get away with it, but be aware that this is more likely to happen if you are older and are drinking a lot.
If a friend brings your drink home, make the beer safe for your child to drink with.
It’s okay to share it with someone else if you have it with you.
If someone asks you to share your beer with them, make a good judgment call.
It doesn’t have to be your friend’s beer.
You may be able to share a glass or two with someone you care about.