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 #18465  by gratephulphish123
 Sun Jun 17, 2007 6:34 pm
forgot what it was i drank the other day...tasted like pot....... oh right bong water :D , i'm in the bob marley camp drinking=bad

 #18467  by bodiddley
 Sun Jun 17, 2007 7:07 pm
My wife loves the Dort and Christmas Ale.I'm almost positive that Great Lakes makes one called Nosferatu...but never tried it. I also think they advertised heavily on th GD hour like 12 years ago.

 #18471  by chubbypony
 Sun Jun 17, 2007 7:58 pm
im a busch beer man. i love heading for the mountains

 #18473  by steve
 Sun Jun 17, 2007 9:02 pm
yeah, the nosferatu is a fall beer of theirs. quite delicious

 #18474  by bodiddley
 Sun Jun 17, 2007 9:29 pm
Lovin' the Dude references. My wife and I love that flick ...just proves to me we were meant for each other. I remenber talking to one chick that said she and her hubby walked out on that movie...I always viewed her as uptight ever since. The Dude abides, indeed!

 #18480  by d-v-s
 Mon Jun 18, 2007 1:26 am
I'm with bodiddley on this one - i love a nice jack and coke - but since a bottle of Jack Daniels is $80 here in Turkey, that's a rare treat.

Summer time is hittin hard here in Turkey (90-100 degrees every day), so I'm into spending the night on the balcony with a pitcher of icy cold magaritas.

also spent some time in the UK recently, and I love the british beers (or ales). I had so many good ones with names that I will never remember, but a few that come to mind:

1. Samuel Smith pale ale
2. John Smith
3. Newcastle brown ale

 #18491  by mutant_dan
 Mon Jun 18, 2007 7:16 am
When I am not in the role as a full time dad and computer geek, I am a certified beer judge. I judge craft brews for brewfests and homebrews for state and county fairs.

Over the years I have developed the dialect and knowledge of brewing that allows me to describe a beer in words and give advice on how a beer can be brewed to meet the 'style'.

That being said, I love a real hoppy beer. I like to be able to chew on the hops in my beers. I really love the west coast style India Pale Ales and there are a bunch of them that are yummy..

Yummy = brewfest dialect for Gold Medal Winner.

 #18495  by Billbbill
 Mon Jun 18, 2007 7:36 am
So many little time before I fall asleep on the couch ifo the boob tube.;-)

Seriously rough choice.

I guess I'm boring.

Alcohol (um I mean liquor) - Longisland (one word ya know) Iced Tea
don't need more than two of them, usually

Beer - Bass Ale
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 #18499  by squire758
 Mon Jun 18, 2007 8:19 am
ha im a simple man- crown on the rocks and coors light. im almost famous for the combo amongst friends

 #18500  by HOWEYMAN
 Mon Jun 18, 2007 9:23 am
I assumed the question was what is your favorite alcholic drink?

Bells Two Hearted Ale
Bells Oberon Ale
Bass Ale

 #18504  by Banjomike0319
 Mon Jun 18, 2007 10:21 am
Either Red Stripe or New Castle.....

Mmmmmm... you gotta love those ales.

 #18506  by G'Dad
 Mon Jun 18, 2007 10:27 am
White wine

Brandy & coke with lots of ice

Anybody got a good hangover cure to go with 'em!!

 #18507  by AugustWest
 Mon Jun 18, 2007 10:42 am
Umm.. beer.

Bass ale is a good choice

Sam adams scotch ale

Legend (local) heffenweisen (sp?)

Sam adams also makes a killer heffenweisen

 #18513  by grateful4booze
 Mon Jun 18, 2007 11:37 am
CA Cabs, Australian Shirazs, Anchor Porter, Black Maple Hill 21 year old bourbon, Bushmills 16 year old Irish. No order.

 #18514  by grateful4booze
 Mon Jun 18, 2007 11:39 am
I forgot Pommery Cuvee Louise for celebrating Spurs titles!