Biggly it looks like we have a similar taste in beer. The IPA trend doesn't do anything for me either. A few well known brands they should have out there for you.....
Smithwick's--an irish ale
1554-- an ale from New Belgium brewing who also makes one of my favorites, Fat Tire
Moose Drool--from Big Sky Brewing out of missoula montana
Boulevard---gotta represent a Missouri powerhouse----try the Amber or the Bob's 47 Oktoberfest
Mother's Brewing 3 Blind Mice -- This brewery just opened about two miles from me! Not sure if they make it all the way out to California because there beer
isn't pasteurized but if you get a chance definitely try it.
Negra Modelo----if you like a Corona I think you'll really like this one. Try making chili with it too.
That's a great deal on Courvoisier. If you are feeling really gangster pick up a bottle of Hennessy black.
Sobieski is really good and so is Svedka, especially for the price on both. If you want to spend a little more one night try Tito's--vodka handmade in Texas!
If we have any tequila drinkers out here I highly recommend picking up a bottle of Milagro. Usually runs about 15 bucks cheaper than Patron and you can't tell a difference.
As far as scotch goes I have a nice 18 year Glenfiddich here I'd be happy to share....
Oh and for a good red wine that will hold up against a steak but is easy to drink at the same try any Malbec from Argentina.
Be careful riding afterwards!
this is gonna get taken down ....
Currently drinking a Blue Moon Harvest Pumpkin Ale. Meh.
black and tans = so good.
Love a bartender with a solid Guinness pour.
flying dog raging b*tch
redhook long hammer
karl strauss red trolley
jack daniels single barrel
Any mezcal drinkers here?
I am not the company I keep.
Bug spray for me tonight.
just get some vodka and grain alcohol. Cheapest buzz for the buck
That's like a friend of mine who waters down his espresso with coffee.
fastbartender - I just feel like you have to wait for IPA's to taste good, like at least halfway through the bottle. Even then, I can barely tolerate the taste of something like Sierra Nevada, and people LOVE that stuff.
Smithwick's is on my list. I want to try more Irish and Scottish ales. I've tried regular Modelo and it was solid. Negra looks good too.
I saw Henny Black, I'm really curious about it. Is it like a "stout" cognac or something? Hahaha. Courvoisier gets down to like $17/bottle in the Hispanic markets around here, so it's hard to buy anything else. I read about Tito's handmade on vodkabuzz, that's how I found Sobieski, that's on the list too.
In a cutting phase, so I'm holding off on booze 'till I see a few friends about three weeks from now - Gotta get COOL ABZ to go with my COOL LEGS.
Missouri makes great wine, and one of the local liquor stores sells several varieties for $5 a pop. My favorite right now is probably St. James Cherry Wine because it tastes awesome, but since people automatically associate fruit wines with Boone's Farm, they don't touch it.
Corn liquor in a fruit jar. No pansy labels.
I have a dork disk.
Right now... Mezzo Mix.
Mythical Creatures Touched Me in my Bathing Suit Area.