What are you drinking right now?

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

  1. Tooch4321

    Tooch4321 Senior member

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    Stopped by New Glarus and stocked up a bit, I drank nothing but Spotted Cow, Moon Man and Enigma the last 4 days while I was in Madison (Founders Harvest Ale was just a bonus)... [​IMG]
     
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    Laphroaig 10 CS Batch 001 - I don't think this batch is as good as the old red stripe version. More powerful certainly, but not as well rounded.
     
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    Bought a margaux mongravey 05.
    Quite good.
     
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    Just had a few beers tonight:

    Clown Shoes Eagle Claw classified as an American amber but more like a dry hopped red IPA
    Acme IPA x 2
    A saison that I can't remember the full name. Kind of fell somewhere between unforgettable and decent.

    Saison was Goose Island Sofie. I'll give it a B
     
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    Ransom Old Tom Gin. Experimenting with the idea of a martini that isn't made with the usual London dry gin.
    [​IMG]
     
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    There was too much Korbel at a big party I went to last night. One would imagine for the ticket-prices, they would serve something better, but I suppose Korbel was their sponsor.
     
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    Ransom Old Tom Gin. Experimenting with the idea of a martini that isn't made with the usual London dry gin.
    SO how was it? I would think 3:1 or so, and a drop or two of orange bitters with a twist. The sweetness of Old Tom would, I feel compliment a twist better than the savory olive. ~ H
     
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    West vleteren blond.

    as I only have half a case, i drink these sparingly, allthough they're meant for this fall. picked them up two weeks ago at the monastery.
     
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    BenRiach 16 year old. Straight.
     
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    Natty boh. In a bar called Bad Decisions.
     
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    Grand Marnier....goes nice in the flask too for the golf course.
     
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    Glenlivet 12: It hardly seems like a proper single-malt when I've got Tali, HP, and Laga in my bar, but for a delicious sweet afternoon whisky, I'm really starting to appreciate it. I prefer rocks over water or neat for this one.

    Odell 90 Shilling ale: My favorite daily beer. Try it if you haven't, all of Odell's brews are top-notch IMO.
     
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    Chivas 12, and then some unknown white birch looking vodka with russian writing all over it.
     

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