BEERY GOOD NEWS for 106-year-old woman who credits her long life to drinking a cold beer a day

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A 106-year-old US woman who credits her longevity to drinking a cold beer every day was surprised with a delivery of her favourite beverage.

Margaret Dilullo, 106, told NBC Health that she doesn’t remember when she started enjoying a Yuengling lager each day.

“I’m telling you, from the time I started to drink it, I have never drank anybody else’s,” Dilullo said, adding that her favourite part of the drink is a “slight bitter taste” that she can’t find in other beers.

“I can’t believe they’re still in business!”

Margaret Dilullo, 106, told NBC Health that she doesn’t remember when she started enjoying a Yuengling lager each day.
Margaret Dilullo, 106, told NBC Health that she doesn’t remember when she started enjoying a Yuengling lager each day. Credit: WFMZ-TV

To honour the Pennsylvania-based Dilullo, the brewery surprised her with a truck full of her favourite beverage.

“It was wonderful. I didn’t expect to see that big truck pull up in front of my daughter’s house,” said Dilullo.

“It was a wonderful surprise. I think it’ll be the biggest surprise of my life. It was my day. I can’t believe that I could have anything to surpass it. It was wonderful.”

Yuengling posted a photo of Dilullo enjoying a cold lager on their Twitter page.

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Debbie Yuengling, one of the four sixth-generation family members involved at Yuengling, told NBC that the family-operated brand loves to surprise when they can.

“We wanted to make sure she had some beer,” Yuengling said.

“We wanted to make it special for her … We wanted to make sure she had at least one more beer than every year she’s been alive. So what we did was we had a truck show up in her driveway with all her family and neighbours.”

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Dilullo was sure to share the good fortune with family and friends, but when asked about other advice to live a long, healthy life, she was tight-lipped.

“First of all, I thank God,” Dilullo said.

“He sees to it that I’m still here. And after that, the folks at Yuengling see to it that the beer is here.”

She does plan to keep her beer-a-day tradition alive.

“As long as I can, I will,” Dilullo said.

“I think we have enough Yuengling to last the rest of my life.”




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