You’ll Never Believe What This 100-Year-Old Credits for Her Long Life (Take a Guess!)

Grandmother of seven has a 'secret' — and says, 'If it weren't for the good Lord, I wouldn't be here'

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A Milwaukee, Wisconsin, resident celebrating her centennial has credited her long life to one habit: her daily Miller 64 beer.

Clotilda Kort, who turned 100 on Saturday, started making it a ritual to drink a Miller 64 every day at 2 p.m.

“Miller 64. That’s my favorite beer — because I like the taste of it,” said Kort to Fox6.

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“Hi Clotilda, to help you celebrate your 100th birthday, we want to show our appreciation to you for being a true fan by sending some Miller 64 T-shirts, hats, and of course, beer. Happy 100th birthday, Clotilda! Cheers, your friends at Miller 64,” the note that came with the package read.

Kort calls the Miller 64 her “secret.”

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“When you ask her, ‘What’s your secret, Grandma?’ she’ll say, ‘Every day at 2 p.m. I’ll have a Miller 64,’ and I thought, that’s golden,” said Cherie Boldt, Kort’s granddaughter, Fox6 reported.

The grandmother of seven and great-grandmother of nine says she doesn’t feel any different turning 100.

“I don’t know, but everybody’s telling me I’m turning 100. I feel like I’m 25!” said Kort at her party.

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“You know, I started out, I was a little baby, and now I’m over 100 years old. How did I do it? I don’t know. It just happens! You gotta ask the good Lord, because if not for him, I wouldn’t be here,” Kort added, Fox6 reported.

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Boldt agrees that her grandmother is just as young as ever.

“She’s totally sharp. She’s funny. She has hardly any deficits. She’ll be polka-ing later. She is so healthful, and so full of life — and just a positive attitude, and we are just incredibly blessed to have that. We just adore her,” said Boldt.

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