Adult Beverages

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    Gotta say for as far as beer goes, I'm a redneck.... Miller Lite in a can, but if something stronger is called for I go for the Bernheim Original Kentucky Straight Wheat Whiskey and if that's out I'll settle for good old Southern Comfort.

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    Miller Lite or Coors if its beer... Jack, Crown Royal or Drambuie if its hard liquor...
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    Quote Originally Posted by NC Buckeye View Post
    When the guns are put away and your sitting around with friends or relaxing alone, what do you drink.

    For me it is Blended Scotch (Black Label) or Bourbon (Woodford Reserve)

    If I am drinking beer it is usually Shiner Bock.
    Bourbon: Woodford Reserve or Buffalo Trace

    Tequilla: Cuervo Gold

    Beer: Shock Top
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    Psh, tequila isn't bitter.

    Well, GOOD tequila isn't bitter.

    As a side note, I discovered recently that the cherry/yerba mate flavored Mountain Dew AMP energy drink is a FANTASTIC chaser for tequila... great if you enjoy that feeling of wanting to pass out but being unable to.

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    I gave drinking up when I started seriously preparing for the military, along with chewing tobacco, but that doesn't mean I can't share a special recipe...

    Around these parts we call it the BeerGarita, and boy howdy is it fantastic.

    ---1 can of frozen marg mix. Dump the mix into the blender, but fill the can up with your favorite tequilla and dump that into the blender. Fill that same can up one more time with your favorite Mexican beer (ANY LITE BEER WORKS) and dump it into the blender. Fill blender with ice and you now that the SMOOOOThest margaritas on the planet. Salt to taste, or don't.

    On a scientific note, the beer does something to neutralize the acidity bitterness that most associate with tequila, making it the best and smoothest margarita you've ever tasted. I can't tell you what we call these drinks for fear of the ban hammer, but the females always really seemed to enjoy them.

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    American bourbon, Wild Turkey is my fave... in my youth, I burned through copious amounts of Bacardi Dark and Jose Cuervo at a frightening pace. Captain Morgan is just too easy to drink. I have found that I have pretty much lost my taste for mixed drinks, except Margaritas...

    I have met very few beers I could not abide... recently I've been drinking Blue Moon quite a bit. For lagers, Pilsner Urquell is hard to beat. But that expensive stuff eats up the ammo fund, so I find myself drinking Icehouse and Bud more and more...
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    Quote Originally Posted by PointnClick View Post
    American bourbon, Wild Turkey is my fave... in my youth, I burned through copious amounts of Bacardi Dark and Jose Cuervo at a frightening pace. Captain Morgan is just too easy to drink. I have found that I have pretty much lost my taste for mixed drinks, except Margaritas...

    I have met very few beers I could not abide... recently I've been drinking Blue Moon quite a bit. For lagers, Pilsner Urquell is hard to beat. But that expensive stuff eats up the ammo fund, so I find myself drinking Icehouse and Bud more and more...
    With or without the slice of orange?
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    Neither. Blue Moon is a pathetic knock-off of a true Belgian ale...

    but if you forced my hand, with.

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    A German white wine (I know, not very manly), wheat beer, margaritas, sidecars, or a good port.

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    Oooooh tough choices..... I tend to alternate Jim Beam and Jack Daniels. Woodford Reserve on special occasions. For the clear stuff Bacardi rum or Luksusowa Vodka. I haven't found a Texas beer that really excites me yet. I also haven't anyplace around here that carries Genesee Cream Ale.
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    Rottie sez...

    With or without the slice of orange?
    Without at home... but I do enjoy the orange when I am in a bar or restaurant... very refreshing in the Florida heat...
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    Crown Royal, Jack, Segrams 7... any quality whiskey for that matter.... beer wise I drink Labatt blue, Bud,or coors
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    A nice cold Iron City sure would be good now.
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    Makers Mark on the rocks with a good cigar.

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    Booker's or Woodford Reserve Bourbon neat (both really great American whiskies-no yeasty "Jack Daniels" taste)
    Don Julio Anejo Tequila neat (not a trace of bitterness-almost sweet)
    Mount Gay Extra Old Rum with ginger ale
    Guinness on tap/bottle
    Newcastle on tap
    Sam Smith's Nut Brown Ale bottle

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    Single malt Scotch neat, usually The Glenlivet. I like a good pale ale too.

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