A little overreacting, are we?
Just making sure you're okay and no one is out to hurt you. Please stop with the attitude.
Ya, I don't think anyone's gonna hurt me. I mean, things might seem kinda twisted here sometimes, but it's the 19th century, right? What's a gurl gotta do to fit in? Say nothing at all?
Anyway, I got an awesome letter today from one of the guys I met at the dance here in the mansion - just tellin' ya so ya know I'm not keepin' anything secret.
His name is Barker and he's George's friend, but he's not rich like George or anything.
He's called a brewer cause he makes beer and delivers it around to taverns and stuff.
He says he's gonna visit again next week ... he's cute ... and tall ,,, and has amazing eyes that're a wicked blue ...
First introduced in Canada in the 17th century by European settlers, the first commercial brewery was opened in Quebec in 1668 when there was a surplus of grain and a shortage of safe water to drink.
Until prohibition, the illegal manufacturing, storing in barrels or bottles, consuming or possessing of liquor was illegal from 1907 until the mid-1920s, (except for Prince Edward Island where it lasted until 1948). Until this time, Canadian breweries will thrive.
In 2015 there will be 640 licensed breweries in Canada, and beer will be the country's most popular alcoholic beverage.