What a lot of normal sun chasers don't realize is that their breakfast time is our dinner time. Someone asked me the other day if I gave any thought about what it looked liked drinking early in the morning. My question to them was this: Do you find it odd going to grab a cold beer and burger after knocking out a 12-14 hour shift? They would answer of course not. They didn't see anything wrong with having a beer with supper after work. My reply right back was that often, I'll get home, or either stop on the way home and order a complete supper type meal. Many times, I've cooked a complete dinner spread and was eating a meat and three before 0800hrs.
In the morning when I get home, more than likely, I'll boil two sausage dogs and pour a cold homebrew. I don't make it a habit to drink in the morning hours, but mainly it's related to how long it will be before I'm back on shift, or perhaps what the honey dues are like. If I know I'm going to be driving or out in public, chances are i'll just settle for a soda.