Apologies to Amos Milburn, who wrote "One Scotch, One Bourbon, One Beer". But, doesn't this beagle look like he's had a hard day? He's ready to do some serious relaxin at his favorite Blues joint.
I love this song, regardless of who sings it. John Lee Hooker sang it as "One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer" in 1966.
My http://www.animalfrenzart.etsy.com||Etsy shop| has cards and prints of this painting.
This painting is part of my Animal Spirit series. Spirits can be ghosts or the liquid containing ethanol and water that is distilled. Animal spirits can be guides to understanding personality or the future. Or, in this case, Animal Spirits are drinks associated with an animal, feathered, finned, scaled, or furred.