Why don´t we go and get a beer?
You might be asking yourself.
I don´ve had beer before.
My brother and I got our first beer at the age of 15, and we got it from a local bar.
A few years later, our uncle and I had a beer at a beer club in Tel Aviv.
We were both in their 20s and we were very excited about getting a taste of what we were getting into.
We got our beers in the evening and had the whole experience with us.
It was just so enjoyable to be part of it.
And I remember the atmosphere of the bar, which was really relaxed and welcoming.
I remember sitting at a table, chatting to the staff and seeing how excited they were about beer.
I also remember the excitement of meeting other people who had had a taste.
And there were so many people from all over Israel and the world, so I think it really helped.
I think if you get to know other people in that same situation, you will also feel more comfortable.
It also helped me a lot to have a beer, because I remember thinking, “Wow, I could have one right now.”
And that was the moment that I decided that I wanted to be a part of something bigger than just my own beer club.
I wanted more.
I decided I wanted beer to be more than just something I could get for a few dollars.
What kind of beer did you enjoy the most at Beer Club Honey?
I had the good luck to have many of the beers that we were serving at Beer.
The beer that we served at Beer was very good, and that beer is very good as well.
In some cases, the quality was really good, but the quality is not always what you think it is.
For example, when I was a kid, beer was so expensive that I couldn´t afford to buy it.
I would buy something that I could afford and it was better than what I got from my dad.
I could taste it in the bottle, but I could never drink it.
That was a big deal for me, because it was a lot better than my beer at my dad’s.
So, for me that was an important distinction.
Why did you decide to go to Beer Club?
It was a decision that I had to make.
I have a strong desire to get back into Israel.
I was born in Israel and I love the country, and I want to return to my country.
There are so many things I love about Israel, and beer is one of them.
I want Beer Club to be my home.
I am so proud to have worked with Beer Club, and to have been a part the beer club of Israel.
How did you get involved in Beer Club as a member?
I started my Beer Club in the summer of 2011.
I thought it would be nice to get into beer in a club.
We had a group of people who were all young and were getting together to get together for fun and drink a lot of beer.
They were really into beer and were really passionate about it.
So I thought, “Maybe we can start a group that would be a little more mature for the more mature part of the country,” and that is Beer Club.
I started a Facebook group that was just for the older people.
They got together and had a lot more fun, and they started organizing and they even started getting together at restaurants.
The beer club was really successful.
It started getting more and more people into beer, and now the Beer Club has grown into a really large and growing group.
What did you learn about Beer Club from the experience?
We were really lucky to have this wonderful atmosphere.
The staff were very kind to us, and it felt like they were really welcoming and welcoming to us.
They even encouraged us to get our first keg of beer for our birthday, so that we could enjoy it and see how it tasted.
We got really excited about the whole thing, and the beer started getting really popular.
I loved the atmosphere and the people that we met, and as a beer lover, it made me want to get more involved with Beer Clubs.
Do you have any advice for someone starting a beer Club?
If you have kids, it is important to make sure they know what to expect.
As a family, you can ask them to wait at the bar and see what is happening.
If they are not comfortable, don´te go.
If the atmosphere is not right, don`t go.
Don´t put yourself in the shoes of a person who is going to be drinking beer.
It might make them feel like they can´t be part or part of a beer event.
They might have some questions about what is going on.
When I was growing up, I used to go all the time to my local bar and