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Old 06-28-2020, 01:00 AM   #1
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Default What do you all like to drink?

I'm partial to rum. Always loved these:




I also love Irish whiskey, Bourbon, Scotch...
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At this stage of my life, iced tea. Plain and unsweetened.

In another time I drank all the burbon and rum I could guzzle. Cain’t do that anymore.
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Old 06-28-2020, 06:05 AM   #3
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Iced tea during the day afternoon before eating Mehican beers, Sam Adams has some good beers I like.
I like Ales and will dabble trying new ones.
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Occasionally I like an ice cold Grain Belt Premium beer when the wife & I go out for lunch or dinner.

Most of the time though (if I'm home or somewhere for the weekend), I drink Red Stag (Black Cherry infused Jim Beam Sour Mash Bourbon), and Diet Wild Cherry Pepsi. 3 oz. Red Stag & 12 oz. Diet Wild Cherry Pepsi in a 16 oz. beer glass, no ice.
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I was thinking a nice Plymouth navy strenght gin with Fever Tree tonic would taste good
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Old 06-29-2020, 07:06 PM   #7
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I was thinking a nice Plymouth navy strenght gin with Fever Tree tonic would taste good
Talk to me real quick about this gin.
I always go beefeaters gin because I like the sharp, in your face taste.
I need to know a bit more about the tonic too.
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Talk to me real quick about this gin.
I always go beefeaters gin because I like the sharp, in your face taste.
I need to know a bit more about the tonic too.
I'm sure there are betters of both gin & tonic, but this works best for me.
https://www.plymouthgin.com/en-EN

https://fever-tree.com/en_US/product...an-tonic-water
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Screwdrivers, White Russians, tequila, wine, bourbon, beer, rum, fruity scotch as opposed to peaty, mixed drinks with stupid names. For somebody that would take years between drinks I packed a lot of variety into short bursts.

Now unsweetened tea and coffee sometimes real cow cream in the coffee that powdered shit is like putting sandpaper in your blood. Bottled water having been ruined for pond scum water after growing up on deep aquifer water. 400 feet underground is a good place for water to be.
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Adam’s ale...
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Adam’s ale...
Yup they took off like a rocket and became a huge brewery in short order. This through hard work and good brewing.
Sam Adams has seasonal beers that are just incredible good. To bad their seasonal but I guess they can only get the grains certain times of the year?

ADD: If yah go to Europe be careful with the local beers. Good and knock yer damn socks off. Me and a buddy learned the hard way even after the bartender warned us. All was good we just crawled to the hotel.
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Yup they took off like a rocket and became a huge brewery in short order. This through hard work and good brewing.
Sam Adams has seasonal beers that are just incredible good. To bad their seasonal but I guess they can only get the grains certain times of the year?

ADD: If yah go to Europe be careful with the local beers. Good and knock yer damn socks off. Me and a buddy learned the hard way even after the bartender warned us. All was good we just crawled to the hotel.
The only ‘ale’ that Adam had was water...
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Water. I quit the alcohol thing years ago.

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The only ‘ale’ that Adam had was water...
WATER?
Oh boy the next time I talk to you.
I drank water here in the swamp once and was sick for a week.
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Iced tea for me. And water.
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