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Old 03-02-20, 01:00 PM
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Stadjer
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I remember it quite well, my parents had a party and me and my brother were helping out bringing empty glasses to the kitchen, but not all glasses were entirely empty. I must have been around 7 years old. I'm not sure I liked it right away, but I was intrigued by it. But I was always more intrigued by 'adult' tastes, the not so easy ones. Before that I once plundered a french cheese trolley in a restaurant, my parents and the waitress weren't paying attention while it was besides the table and there was not much Roquefort left for the other guests. I believe people should outgrow children's tastes like plain sweetness, but I never needed much encouragement and never cared much for just sweets. I still don't like sweet beer, I want it hoppy and bitter.
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