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Old 12-09-2014, 05:25 AM   #61
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For non-alchoholic I love a good Root Beer, Birch Beer or Sarsaparilla Soda! Vanilla and Cream also hit the spot!
Standard mass produced lager beer sorts me out but a Rum and Coke is what I really like.
I overall have a peasant's palate and am a cheap date so all the things that are supposedly "great" (all wines, fancy spirits etc.) just don't do it for me. The only wines I have ever liked have been with ice and some 7-UP (except for the Kool-Aide with alcohol varieties!!)
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Old 12-09-2014, 12:15 PM   #62
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We just had a Total Wine open about a mile away. That will put some serious pressure on our expenses. I like Zinfandels and most Surley beers. Otherwise water, but it has to be cold.
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Non alcoholic is Seltzer with a splash of cranberry and a lime, or a Pelligrino sparkling water.

Beers are Yuengling for a lager, Southern Tier 2X or Laganitas IPAs.

Dancing Bull Red Zin for my favorite red, Dr. Franks Riesling for white wines.

Canadian Club and Crown Royal for liquors.

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Old 12-13-2014, 07:57 PM   #66
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A & W root beer or a big glass of cold chocolate milk.


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Coffee, first thing in the morning and will have a second cup some days. Normally drink water all day and either 1% white milk with ice for dinner or a beer, depending on what is for dinner. I favor Yuengling, Corona Light or a pale ale. I will have a glass of white wine or a blush once in a while. I never, ever have any type of tea.
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Water is my drink of choice for hydration. Craft beers are my favorite libation. Like many types, IPAs, stouts, sours, lambics etc.. Have been brewing my own for a couple of years. It is surprisingly easy and fun. With a little practice most home brewers prefer their own beers over all but the best craft beers.
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Bourbon, neat. Vodka martini, shaken not stirred.

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I'm not a big whiskey drinker, but I do like the Red Breast and even more lately Tullamore Dew.

Had some Cruzan 3 yr. rum a week or so ago in St. Croix that I liked. Probably the place and company had a bit to do with it.
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I'm not a big whiskey drinker, but I do like the Red Breast and even more lately Tullamore Dew.



Had some Cruzan 3 yr. rum a week or so ago in St. Croix that I liked. Probably the place and company had a bit to do with it.

Rum always tastes better in the Caribbean!


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Martini straight up with a lemon twist. I'm currently drinking gins from St. George liquors. The Martini is a tie with a Sidecar (no sugar on the rim) which I am drinking as I write this.

When I drink beer these days I'm drinking Lagunitas Hop Stoopid Ale.
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Water is my drink of choice for hydration. Craft beers are my favorite libation. Like many types, IPAs, stouts, sours, lambics etc.. Have been brewing my own for a couple of years. It is surprisingly easy and fun. With a little practice most home brewers prefer their own beers over all but the best craft beers.
Another home brewer here! I never thought I'd have too much beer, but thats been the case for me for years. My own concoctions are fine, but 5 gallons of it? So I give it away, and in trade, I get, wait for it, more beer!

Are you a member of a brewing club? That's a great way to sample many styles.
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Vouvray or Reisling are our wines of choice. DH orders Blue Moon (beer served w/orange slice) when we are out somewhere but buys Moosehead beer for home. I could drink margaritas for breakfast. Diet Pepsi, coffee w/half n half and water.
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Had some Cruzan 3 yr. rum a week or so ago in St. Croix that I liked. Probably the place and company had a bit to do with it.
We love Cruzan rum! Did you take the Cruzan tour? DH's drink is Cruzan (dark) and diet lime Coke. Or "dark and diet" as they say on St. Croix. Me - Bacardi (silver)and vanilla Coke.
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