Love. The month of February is often associated with this concept of love. But how exactly does one express love? Spending time with the person who can always make you smile. Sending flowers and a giant teddy bear to your girlfriend’s office. Setting your phone lock screen as a “cute” picture of your significant other. Sure. Whatever floats your boat, we won’t pass judgement…But the great philosopher Aristotle says that in order to love someone else, you must first express love to yourself. And what’s a better way to love yourself than to drink beer? Yep, that’s right drinking beer. Studies show that drinking beer (in moderation, of course) has some surprising health benefits—read about these benefits right here:
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