7 Great Authors on Drinking
Writers and alcohol may have the longest and strongest relationship in history. For better and, often, for worse, the greatest authors of all time know a thing or two about drinking. So if “This is a damn good beer” isn’t quite enough to express your feelings, crack open a bottle and equip yourself with these authors’ words of wisdom.
Relatable, Ernest, but you’re probably not the best role model for a healthy relationship with alcohol.
Probably sound advice. Chesterton wrote over 4,000 essays, so it sounds like the guy knew what he was doing.
We’ll stick with wine for now. It’s the fastest.
Because vodka drunk is the mightiest drunk.
Solid wisdom for that friend who doesn’t get that you don’t need a hug; you need a drink.
Self-righteous sobriety is timeless.
Hunter S. Thompson
If you ever see someone drinking a Natty Light, drop everything and run as fast as you can in the other direction.