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

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  1. Rambo

    Rambo Stylish Dinosaur

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    What's the difference between an Imperial Red and an Imperial Pale?
     


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    Oban 14, and it is getting along nicely with the ice cream with caramel sauce made with Macallan 15 I'm enjoying.
     


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    What's the difference between an Imperial Red and an Imperial Pale?

    First Imperial Red I've had, but the color appears to be different and the red seems to have less hops and is a little more mellow. My guess is just the coloring and the flavor profile are the main differences...
     


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    First Imperial Red I've had, but the color appears to be different and the red seems to have less hops and is a little more mellow. My guess is just the coloring and the flavor profile are the main differences...
    Hell, I'd never even heard of the variety until now. The only red-titled beer I've ever seen up to this point has been Killians Irish Red.
     


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    '08 Exile Shiraz from the Barossa Valley. I got lucky and got a case for $30 a bottle, but it retails for over $200 a bottle here. Bloody lovely. Drank it with some roast carrots and potatoes, plus some fresh nannygai fillets cooked with butter, lemon juice and parsley I caught down the south coast of NSW yesterday.
     


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    A Manhattan. Nothing better in terms of mixed drinks.
     


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    It's tasty. It has a little more sharp a flavor than a sidecar (as you would expect with the gin), but if that doesn't suit you, adjust the ratio for a little more juice and triple sec/cointreau. Say, 1.5:1:1 rather than the 2:1:1 I use for both white ladies and sidecars. You can also use rum with that same setup. When you do that, it's called an XYZ, or for the less creative, a rum sidecar. That's a tasty one too.
    I see, thanks. I'll try the gin version later with 2:1:1. I tried the rum version, it's pretty good. I think it'll make a good summer cocktail. Currently having a glass of Chimay Blue. I think I'll have another "Belgian night" tonight :p
     


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    Bell's Two Hearted Ale now. Love the citrus tastes.
     


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    Currently drinking some Glenfiddich 12
     


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    laphroig quarter cask

    this is amazing


    +1. A very good one. Unique taste.
     


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    Sat. night I had a gig at a great dive bar, so kept it simple w/ Miller 24oz cans and Wild Turkey all night.

    Sun. I was hurting, so went to my buddy's pub and drank about 5 different types of Big Sky Brewing Co. limited releases and wrapped it up with a Pliny before leaving for a seafood joint and having a couple Ballast Point Brewery Calico amber ales with my fish sandwitch. Pretty good weekend. Still hurting though.
     


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    Caol Ila distillers edition, 15yo. An excellent beverage.
     


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