The whole "liquor before beer..." spiel is officially irrelevant.
If you would have told me two years ago that I'd prefer a beer over a cocktail—or, better yet, both together—I'd be convinced you're living in an alternate universe. And yet, here we are. Avoid falling into the "beer person" or a "liquor person" trap and try whipping up these super easy beer cocktails, ahead.
elson l: A lot of pro-China comments here. I'll give you a quick history lesson. UK returned Hong Kong to China in 1997. China promised to not meddle in its affair for 50 years. It has only been 22. Over the years, China made little moves here and there but nothing big. Earlier this year, a Hong Kong guy killed his girlfriend in Taiwan. He came back to Hong Kong. Confessed to the crime. Hong Kong can't do anything because the crime occurred outside their jurisdiction. Taiwan can't extradite because they don't have a treaty with China due to the fact that China refuses to recognize Taiwan as a country. A Hong Kong politician proposed a bill that would amend their current extradition laws. But the wording was so broad, it would allow China to extradite anyone (citizen or tourist) from Hong Kong to China. Now, China has a history of lying and framing people. So the Hong Kong youth who has known freedom all their lives are not going to let this bill pass. Hence the protests. Now, onto the shadiness Hong Kong authority released a photo of a captured protester after the protesters destroyed a government building. But someone noticed that the captured protester's watch was pointing at a much earlier time (before the destruction). Various people captured videos of masked Hong Kong police speaking to each other with dialects from China and not Hong Kong. The local airport was destroyed so international journalists are having trouble coming into the country. Multiple journalists have been "accidentally" shot with pellet guns even though they were nowhere near the protesters. Many of these events were caught on tape. The triad started beating protesters. Someone captured a photo of one of the triad leader talking to a politician afterward. China moved troops into Hong Kong to "help out." Hong Kong police have been arresting workers at private malls because they wouldn't let the police in. Literally, the police have been coming into private property without warrant to arrest protesters.