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PWRDbyTRD 04-08-05 11:31 PM

Drink of Choice?
 
So spill it...what does everyone enjoy drinking, alcohol of course :rolleyes:

Raiyn 04-09-05 12:41 AM

Old No. 7 with a splash of Coca~Cola

HaagenDas 04-09-05 12:50 AM

Hmmm prefer a well aged, heavily oaked Cabernet Sauvignon. Needs to have been fermented until bone dry.. not of these fruit driven new age plonks for me.

royalflash 04-09-05 12:53 AM

I recently got some Stroh Rum from Austria on a skiing trip- its 80% alcohol- :eek: Ok so I didn`t really enjoy drinking as it tasted like paintstripper but it certainly hit the spot with a drop of coke.

Raiyn 04-09-05 12:56 AM

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Originally Posted by royalflash
I recently got some Stroh Rum from Austria on a skiing trip- its 80% alcohol- :eek: Ok so I didn`t really enjoy drinking as it tasted like paintstripper but it certainly hit the spot with a drop of coke.

Naaa If I'm drinking rum it should be 151. I'll settle for the Captain if someone else is buying though.

poululla 04-09-05 12:59 AM

Beer :D :D :D :D :D :D

Johnny_Monkey 04-09-05 01:07 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by poululla
Beer :D :D :D :D :D :D

Me too. Preferably Belgian.

Gojohnnygo. 04-09-05 02:41 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Raiyn
Old No. 7

Chased with some Labbat Blue.

J-McKech 04-09-05 02:55 AM

Beer, any way, shape or form.

Stacey 04-09-05 04:52 AM

Whatever you're buying sugar, whatever you're buying

capsicum 04-09-05 07:05 AM

Fermented black tar heroin, with a bowl of limburger soup to wash it down.

Shifty 04-09-05 09:13 AM

Pinot Noir
Pinot Gris
Fat Tire Amber Ale

Karldar 04-09-05 09:25 AM

Usually Jack and Coke, but I'm learning to ween myself off the Coke-too much sugar. Got some Guinness and Samuel Smith Oatmeal Stout/Taddy Porter I'm hoping to suck down tonight. 'Course, I've still got my big bottle of JD to fall back on in case I don't have enough beer.;)

Arrogant Bastard Ale is good stuff, too, but I can only get it in 22 oz. bottles-expensive 22 oz. bottles! Lotsa bang for the buck, tho.

catatonic 04-09-05 09:53 AM

I prefer single malt scotch myself. My current two favorites are Bowmore and Glendronach.

Aside from that, beers... Saporro, or Kirin Ichiban are two of my favorites. For some reason I like japanese style beers better than german ones...gotta be the soba I guess.

nick burns 04-09-05 03:17 PM

Victory Hop Devil IPA

scroz 04-09-05 03:20 PM

Hoegaarden, Kronenbourg Blanc or Bundaberg Rum.

hoodlum 04-09-05 03:36 PM

Wild Turkey Rare Breed.

pedal 04-09-05 03:40 PM

Arrogant Bastard Ale, Tree Hophead IPA, Phillips Espresso Stout, Race Rocks Ale and Heineken.

junioroverlord 04-09-05 04:58 PM

New favorite...Steel Reserve. Cheap and good.

mtnbiker66 04-09-05 05:27 PM

How weird is this, I'm 38 years old and have never had a drink other than the taste of a wine cooler.

Stacey 04-09-05 05:51 PM

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Originally Posted by mtnbiker66
How weird is this, I'm 38 years old and have never had a drink other than the taste of a wine cooler.


OMG!!! How do you stay hydrated?!?!

PhattTyre 04-09-05 05:52 PM

I don't have one favorite, I have three that cycle through the top spot depending on what kind of mood I'm in... Guinness, Jameson or Crown Royal on the rocks

pedal 04-09-05 06:04 PM

PhattTyre,

Excellent choices and yes, the chickens have large talons.

Plow Boy 04-09-05 06:21 PM

Blue Ribbon Light and Glenlivet. Smooth.

JohnCub 04-09-05 06:35 PM

Rum ( Cruzan estate dark ) and cola (Sam's choice - less sugary than coke or pepsi)

And for when I'm in the mood for beer I like Miller High Life - The Champagne of beers.


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