Asked by deere3rd
I’ve always believed the same thing. If you can die for your country, you deserve the right to a nice glass of whiskey or a great beer. The rub comes from the amount of deaths that occur when the drinking age is lowered as well as development damage that may occur at that stage. Then again, I’ve read that there are already 10.8 million underage drinkers in the country. In fact, underage drinking statistics are already ridiculous. I still believe it is the parents’ responsibility to prevent their children from drinking before they become adults.
Perhaps, if you enlist for military service that would get you a permit to drink if you so choose? Granted you wouldn’t be able to enjoy that perk right away, but it’s an idea that may pass muster with the bulk of Americans.
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Asked by prettymuchpersonal
It depends on how much you’re willing to spend I suppose. Single malts are the best choice, but they get pricey. Special reserves of top shelf American commercial brand labels are a safe bet for anyone overseas. Here’s a good thread that has some suggestions. Check the comments as well.