Scientists all over the world are constantly looking into options that could help them crack the code for long life, but it looks like someone has and it’s working.
A WW2 Air Force Veteran that turned 103 years old recently said that drinking beer has helped him live longer.
Well folks, I’ll be right back.
At around 4 pm every single day, Andrew Slavonic, the 103-year-old man, sits down and enjoys a can of his favorite beer.
The man drinks Coors Light.
The man started to drink beer in 1996 and he said he has never stopped ever since.
Bob Slavonic, the son of 103-year-old Andrew, said that his father got to taste their first Coors Light Beer.
Bob was interviewed by Fox News, and during that interview, they said:
At his 103 age, he is still drinking his daily Coors Light. I really think that is what is keeping him going so long. In 1996, he actually started drinking regular Coors beer. He switched to Coors Light beer about 15 years ago. I think I am the one to blame for the switch because that is all that I have been drinking for about the past 25 years.
The best thing about this is that Coors Light, the beer company, knows that Andrew loves the beer that they drink.
Coors Light, the company, got to know about the daily routine of the veteran and did something about it.
The company ended up sending a Coors Light fridge to the 103-year-old veteran that was filled with a lot of beers.
Merchandise products were also given to the elderly man.
Not only that, but Andrew was also flown out to the Coors Molson Headquarters so he could see how the beer was made and what it takes to make such good beer.
Andrew celebrated his birthday on December 1, 2020. He turned 103.
A little party was also fixed for the elderly man, where fellow veterans went.
Social distancing was practiced during the little party, said Andrew.
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