What are you drinking right now?

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

  1. Korben

    Korben Senior member

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    Victory Prima Pils tonight with my Ducasse style ribeye. Rather good pils. Also, I know several beer nerds will probably disagree, but the new Sam Adams Noble Pils is a great beer. Try both... I think I actually like the Sam Adams a little better, especially its finish.
     


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    Aperol with a splash of soda and a slice of lemon.
     


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    Makers & GingerAle.
     


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    Dogfish Raison D'etre to be followed by a "three philosophers" from my local brewery. Tomorrow is wine night. This is all.
     


  7. Mark from Plano

    Mark from Plano Lifestyle change - no homo

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    Manhattan: Sazerac rye, Vya sweet vermouth, dash of bitters, maraschino cherry.
     


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    Mitcher's Bourbon

    later

    Allagash Curieux (bourbon barrel aged beer)
     


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    Had the always excellent Ommegang's Three Philosophers yesterday, followed up by Bell's HopSlam, which was a nice departure from my usuals. I think too much hops gave me a headache this morning, though.
     


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    I am not the biggest fan of Three Philosophers to be quite honest. I think I drank it a little warm, which might have been the problem, but although it tasted good, it just got to be a little overly syrupy for me coming to the end of my glass (half of 750ml bottle)
     


  11. Crawford

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    Night of variety for me...

    Manhattan - Canadian Slub Sherry Cask
    Crown & Coke
    Mission Hill 0'7 Cabernet Sauvignon
    Absolut Ruby Red & Soda

    I think I finally have the proportions of the Manhattan perfectly to my liking. I opened the Mission Hill on Wednesday, had one glass and had a rather bad impression of it. Vaccuumed it until today and decanted it for two hours, much better today.
     


  12. Piobaire

    Piobaire Not left of center?

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    Been awhile since I posted in this thread.

    Today, stared off with 05 Siduri Close Pepe. Here we go:

    [​IMG]

    Finished off an Martinelli PN too.

    Now, drinking Corzo anejo with fresh squeezed OJ and a little basil infused simple syrup.
     


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    ama Senior member

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    Been awhile since I posted in this thread.

    Now, drinking Corzo anejo with fresh squeezed OJ and a little basil infused simple syrup.


    Welcome back! That concoction with the basil sounds pretty good. Not too sweet?

    I'm drinking some Pappy 15 now.

    Yesterday I cracked open an oldie for a buddies birthday. We sent it to bottle heaven. [​IMG] Lombard Glen Grant 1964 (bottle in 2004, I think...)
    Color: deep red, practically winey
    Nose: amazing oranges and Christmasy spices on the nose
    Palate: more oranges, sherry, chocolate and some woodiness
    Finish: sherry and some wood, a little short for a whisky this age, the only slightly disappointing part
     


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    ( borrowed)[​IMG] My favorite go to beer.
     


  15. Piobaire

    Piobaire Not left of center?

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    Welcome back! That concoction with the basil sounds pretty good. Not too sweet?

    Thanks the WB [​IMG]

    No, just make normal simple syrup, but crush a handful of fresh picked basil leaves to put into the water for the boil. Strain them out after dissolving equal amount of sugars. Very nice [​IMG]
     


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