Me and Chairman Mao
  A very beery Christmas!
On our way to dinner last night, we walked right by beer tree number two. While it was a bit smaller than the other Heineken tree, it was also a bit more festive since it was outside and, hence, covered in snow. (It snowed all day yesterday.) Although, now that I look at the picture again, you can't really see the snow in this picture so you'll just have to trust me. Lucky thing I'm so trustworthy. Seriously.

Anyway, I will keep my eyes peeled for similar trees. You never know. I mean, I never expected to find even one Christmas tree made out of beer bottles (the best ideas are always the most obvious, aren't they?), and now I've found two. Go figure.

Gathering Around the Heineken Tree
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