I Quit Drinking. Suddenly, Alcohol Was Everywhere.

From marketing phrase to actual wine.

This is the first in an occasional series of essays about my experience as a person in recovery. If you came her looking for local news only, scroll up or down and you’ll find it.

It’s easy to laugh, in 2020, about people who drank the fizzy malt beverage Zima in the ’90s, and harder to remember how heavily Zima was marketed to young people as a lighter, sparklier alternative to beer — literally, clear beer.

Read the rest of this post at Medium.

Read an excerpt from my forthcoming book, Quitter: A Memoir of Drinking, Relapse, and Recovery, and preorder your copy here.

2 thoughts on “I Quit Drinking. Suddenly, Alcohol Was Everywhere.”

  1. Hello, this is such an inspiring story. I love your strength and determination.

    Thank you for sharing the story, hope many people will be helpful from this story.

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