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What are you drinking right now?

Discussion in 'Social Life, Food & Drink, Travel' started by VMan, Oct 25, 2006.

  1. texas_jack

    texas_jack Well-Known Member

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    Dubonnet with a squeeze of grapefruit juice.
     
  2. FLMountainMan

    FLMountainMan Well-Known Member

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    Publix Unsweetened Iced Tea with a liberal amount of Barenjager. It sounds weird, but it's a godsend on a hot summer's night.
     
  3. Huntsman

    Huntsman Well-Known Member

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    Old Malt Cask bottling Huntsman, 50%alc :)
    Nice! Glenmorangie Nectar D'Or tonight. Sometimes it's just a Scotch night.
     
  4. babygreenspots

    babygreenspots Well-Known Member

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    yesterday:

    1 Beijing Beer
    1 Vodka Cranberry
    2 Tom Collins'
    1 sip of Grapa
    1 Manhattan
     
  5. Cordwinder

    Cordwinder Well-Known Member

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    1. glass of house wine with dinner

    Went to bar and had
    2. Bowmore on the rocks
    3. Jameson on the rock

    Friends called and met up at another bar/restaurant and had
    4. split a bottle of New Zealand Cloudy Bay White Wine (his choice not mine)
     
  6. AR_Six

    AR_Six Well-Known Member

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    Sippin' on som' sizzurp... PURPLE PURPLE

    Purple drank.

    Not really though. In actual fact, I am drinking 1 oz vodka, 1 oz blue curacao, 1 oz raspberry sour puss, 1/8 squeezed lime and some cranberry juice, shaken and strained over ice. Quality.
     
  7. borderline

    borderline Well-Known Member

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    Was sipping on some Knob Creek. Just a lazy Sunday night.

    I totally concur.
     
  8. cut76

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  9. DNW

    DNW Well-Known Member

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    Back in fine form today: sipping some excellent Balvenie 15. [​IMG]
     
  10. speedster.8

    speedster.8 Well-Known Member

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    Back in fine form today: sipping some excellent Balvenie 15.
    Like Balvenie, particularly the double woods ...
     
  11. countdemoney

    countdemoney Well-Known Member

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  12. Josef Seibel

    Josef Seibel Well-Known Member

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    Schlitz - classic formula. Pretty good actually.

    http://beeradvocate.com/news/1312036


    pretty cool website. generally speaking, how are german beers rated in the us ? i just learned that hefeweizen is top and berliner weisse flop.
     
  13. lee_44106

    lee_44106 Well-Known Member

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    Just got a whole case of Sam Adams Boston Ale. Nice refreshing drink, just light enough to have 2 or 3 around dinner time.
     
  14. The Wayfarer

    The Wayfarer Well-Known Member

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    A Mint Julep with Maker's Mark.
     
  15. xchen

    xchen Well-Known Member

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    Last night I had a couple drinks.

    1. Coke Zero and Goldschlager (equal parts)
    2. Buttery Nipple (1 part Butterscotch Snapps, 1 part Irish Cream)
    3. Golden Shower (1 part Italian lemonade soda, 1 part Absolut lemon vodka)

    And tried several other things that friends were having.
     
  16. IUtoSLU

    IUtoSLU Well-Known Member

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    Remy Martin 1738. I think its a pretty good value.
     
  17. nootje

    nootje Well-Known Member

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    Local riverwater with a touch of alcohol in it, internationally know as Heineken...[​IMG]
     
  18. Teacher

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    pretty cool website. generally speaking, how are german beers rated in the us ? i just learned that hefeweizen is top and berliner weisse flop.

    Schlitz is and has always been an American company, although it is an American interpretation of German-type lager beers (sweeter than the Czech lagers).

    As for the reception of German beers, most Americans drink German lagers. Hefeweizen is drunk here, but it isn't particularly popular. Good luck finding an actual Berlinner Weiße in America! I'm sure somebody has them, but they're not even easy to find outside of the Berlin area (I never saw one in Stuttgart, for instance). Has that changed?
     
  19. X-It

    X-It Well-Known Member

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    Local riverwater with a touch of alcohol in it, internationally know as Heineken...[​IMG]

    Nah, Nootje!

    Hoe begint een Hollands kookboek?
    Leen een ei... [​IMG]
     
  20. Josef Seibel

    Josef Seibel Well-Known Member

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    Schlitz is and has always been an American company, although it is an American interpretation of German-type lager beers (sweeter than the Czech lagers).

    As for the reception of German beers, most Americans drink German lagers. Hefeweizen is drunk here, but it isn't particularly popular. Good luck finding an actual Berlinner Weiße in America! I'm sure somebody has them, but they're not even easy to find outside of the Berlin area (I never saw one in Stuttgart, for instance). Has that changed?


    indeed, berliner weisse is hard to find outside berlin, despite the fact that berliner-kindl-brewery is now part of radeberger group. drink it chilled, mix it up either with sweet woodruff or raspberry syrup and sip it slowly. [​IMG] berliner weisse is really good stuff for a lazy summer afternoon, alkoholic strength is only about 2,5%. a friend of mine told me once, he had the pleasure to taste berliner weisse with lime juice in florida.

    teacher, speaking of stuttgart, you are both a fan of dinkelacker shoes and dinkelacker cd-pils ?!
     

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