How to drink to shrink

If you’ve got the stomach for this, here’s how to drink a beer while enjoying a wine.

Drink to be shrunkA.

Pour your drink in a jug or a glass.

B.

Pour in your wine and stir.

C.

Now take a sip.

Drinking a beerThe first step is to be sure that you have enough room in your jug or glass to hold your drink.

You can use a straw or a bottle for this purpose, or a plastic bag.

It’s also best to use a jug with a rim so that you don’t have to scrape the sides of the glass to get it in place.

To be sure of a good height for your drink, measure from the top of the topmost rim of your jug to the rim of the bottle, or use a glass measuring cup to measure.

Then place your drink on the rim, so that the rim rests just above your head.

Drinks can be ordered from several different restaurants in Rome.

Here are some of the best options:Covino, a popular Italian restaurant in the capital, sells a range of wines.

The best are the Sangiovese, Sangiovetta, and Pinot Grigio.

Covinano, another popular restaurant, offers a range, including the Pescara and Cascinano.

It also has a variety of cocktails.

It offers a wide range of sparkling wines, including Champagne and Pina Colada.

Cafe Ponte, in the city’s Piazza Piave, offers some of Italy’s best food and drink, including a wide variety of seasonal dishes such as the Parma and Capri.

Cappella, a restaurant in Milan, sells seasonal dishes including the Porta Nova.

Italo, a gastronomic restaurant in Rome, offers dishes like the Capricciato, a fresh fruit-based dish, as well as other dishes such a pizza, pasta and cheeses.

Bruno and Piazzini, two other Italian restaurants, have wine bars.

They have a range including the Lido and the Piazzi.

Buca, a famous restaurant in Naples, has a large wine list, including Burgundy, Pinot Noir and Merlot.

Buca is also a popular destination for holidaymakers.

The hotel has a number of restaurants offering different kinds of food and wine, from classic Italian cuisine to a more contemporary, trendy dining experience.

A few more suggestions:Chapatti, a boutique restaurant in Florence, offers an excellent range of seasonal and specialty dishes.

Cerveceria, a fine dining restaurant in Paris, has an extensive wine list including the Cerveza, Chianti, Bordeaux and Meritage.

The La Cucina, a bar in Milan with a full menu, also offers wine bars and a range from traditional Italian to the more recent Italian cuisine.

There are many restaurants in Italy, but the best are those that serve traditional Italian cuisine, like the famous Vino Bistro in Florence.

It is the only place in Rome where you can enjoy traditional Italian food with a glass of red wine.

In Rome, a number other restaurants have wine-related menus.

Here is a list of the most popular options.

Cognac, a well-known Italian restaurant, serves a range.

It has a good wine list that includes Champagne, Pinots, Cabernet Sauvignon and Pinots Cabernets.

Pour it on your plateThe final step is a bit more complicated.

You need to pour your drink into a glass, but you can use one with a mouthpiece or a small funnel, or you can just use a bottle.

The main advantage of a small bottle is that you can fill it up quickly and efficiently.

You could then enjoy your wine or beer without having to worry about spilling it.

If you’re planning a family dinner, the best option would be a glass with a straw in the bottom.

It can also be made into a large drink if you want to serve it with more than one person.

A glass with no mouthpiece can also serve as a great way to enjoy a wine without getting too drunk.

The best wine for small-group occasions is Burgundy.

It was originally produced in the 18th century by the Burgundians of the Champagne region of France, but is now grown in Italy.

Cointreau is a French sparkling wine.

It comes from grapes grown in the southern mountains of France and is a sparkling white wine, which means it has a sparkling taste, unlike the white wines of Burgundy and its neighbouring Burgundy-Alsace.

It may have an added bonus of being less sweet than its wine cousins.

Conde de Vida is a wine from the northern region of the Pyrenees, and is typically reserved for special occasions.

It tastes more like white wine than red wine, but it also