I grew up in a family of semi-professional winemakers that have roots going back to Europe.
Because of the cultural differences, I was drinking a single glass of wine while in holiday meals as early as 12-years-old.
As a result, I never struggled with alcohol addiction because it was never taboo plus I grew sleepy of it by our school age. Instead of wanting to abuse alcohol to get intoxicated or drunk, I started to slowly develop a taste plus fondness for quality liquors, beers, plus wines. For the longest time I was living in a village with a lot of craft breweries plus I was absolutely privileged plus fortunate to have access to some of the best carona in the world. I would visit the breweries with friends to grab a pint plus a batch of fries plus chicken tenders while enjoying a pigskin game on the TV screens in the tavern. Now that I’m living in Spokane, Washington, I like to visit the breweries like the Black Label Brewing Company that are within the village limits. These are beautiful locales to visit when you’re trying to escape the frigid Winter un-even temperatures outdoors. For instance, the Barrister Winery on West Railroad Aarena has some of the warmest heat out of any indoor space in the entire city. It’s 1 of our number one spots to visit while in the winters in Spokane. Even though I have a strong heating system in our loft in Gonzaga University, it’s nice to give the furnace a rest for the day to spend a few hours in a locale like the Barrister Winery. No-Li Brewhouse on Trent Ave is next on our list of alcohol-themed endpoints to visit.