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    What Are You Drinking?

    After falling in love with both recently, especially the latter, I am currently enjoying some tins of Zywiec and Okocim.

    Tomorrow shall be spent on pints of Peroni.

    What alcoholic (or non alcoholic) beverages is TTH enjoying?

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    I've got some Kronenbourg in.

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    Tetleys.

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    English Breakfast.

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    Nothing, still in the lab. A Taddy Porter shall be enjoyed later though.

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    Water.

    I'll be on Peroni on the train in the morning before pints of vodka.

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    Has two of these at lunch for my birthday.

    http://www.beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/23108/72305/

    Probably have some Guinness tonight.

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    I had an awesome weissbier yesterday.

    Had a bottle of Hobgoblin before.

    Got a barrel of the Hobgoblin Gold stuff to drink at Christmas too. Never had it and purposely avoiding it til Christmas Day.
    I'm a twit

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    I bought some Pepsi Max earlier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lewis View Post
    I bought some Pepsi Max earlier.
    That stuff is like crack. I drink 3 of those fat 50% free (forever seemingly) bottles a day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danny View Post
    Has two of these at lunch for my birthday.

    http://www.beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/23108/72305/

    Probably have some Guinness tonight.
    The local has the Dublin Porter Guinness on tap which is pretty nice for a change.

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    I drank a 3 litre bottle of Frosty Jacks last night. Not really feeling anything tonight though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danny View Post
    Has two of these at lunch for my birthday.

    http://www.beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/23108/72305/

    Probably have some Guinness tonight.
    I had this on tap at Moxie in the Town Center Mall. Glad to see they offer about 8 local beers on tap.

    It was served in a large tulip glass. The beer is a hazy yellow with an off-white skim off foam. Big clove and spice nose.

    Lots of clove and banana esters. It is spicy with a bit of grains. I would personally like to see the spice dialed down a notch as the beer is in danger of being a one trick pony.

    Mouth is excellent with a bit of heft and it is crisp.

    Not my favorite offering from a great local brewery, but it is worth seeking out to have a few.
    Lol at that.

    I bought my grandad a fairly expensive bottle of whisky for an anniversary recently but I've ended up with two so I'm having one myself. It's a 15 year old Glendronach and it's quite lovely.

    A shitty little shop near me has started selling Peroni Red, which I hadn't seen being sold here before, so I've stocked up on that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John View Post
    Lol at that.

    I bought my grandad a fairly expensive bottle of whisky for an anniversary recently but I've ended up with two so I'm having one myself. It's a 15 year old Glendronach and it's quite excellent.

    A shitty little shop near me has started selling Peroni Red, which I hadn't seen being sold here before, so I've stocked up on that.
    What's Peroni Red?

    My favourite larger is Estrella. Lovely stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John View Post
    Lol at that.

    I bought my grandad a fairly expensive bottle of whisky for an anniversary recently but I've ended up with two so I'm having one myself. It's a 15 year old Glendronach and it's quite lovely.

    A shitty little shop near me has started selling Peroni Red, which I hadn't seen being sold here before, so I've stocked up on that.

    Never even knew there was a Peroni Red. I'll need to have a hunt for that

    EDIT: Ah I see that's just another name for the normal lager. Was hoping they did some kind of an ale. Lovely stuff anyway though.

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    1664. Those smaller bottles are a quite excellent size.

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    Somewhat surprisingly, Coke Zero.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John View Post
    Lol at that.

    I bought my grandad a fairly expensive bottle of whisky for an anniversary recently but I've ended up with two so I'm having one myself. It's a 15 year old Glendronach and it's quite lovely.

    A shitty little shop near me has started selling Peroni Red, which I hadn't seen being sold here before, so I've stocked up on that.
    I didnt even read that

    Decent wheat beer with a name to raise a small smirk.

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    Tyskie is grand stuff, The only thing I'll buy internationally.

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    I had a banging cherry limeade with nerds in it at Sonic yesterday, and went back to get one today. Might have to get one every day from now on.

    I'll tell you what I'm not drinking, American beer. Shit is disgusting. My parents have made my alcoholic tastes too sophisticated and ruined me for frats forever.

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    I would like to place a request for a sound recording of 'I had a banging cherry limeade'.

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    Got some cheap Bulgarian wine tonight. Pretty decent.

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    A Canadian geezer I know always said the beer here is shite so he gets his dad to ship him some cans every so often. I'm not sure if he's a sad bastard or an alcoholic but I never looked at him the same after he told me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spoonsky View Post
    I'll tell you what I'm not drinking, American beer. Shit is disgusting. My parents have made my alcoholic tastes too sophisticated and ruined me for frats forever.
    What do you mean by "American beer"? Do you mean horrid watery American lagers in the Coors/Bud mould? If so... well yeah, that's understandable, but there's lots of good American stuff if you find you like beer from elsewhere.

    Anyway, tonight for me was initially some Kronenbourg and then at the point when I was about to go to bed, about three hours ago, I decided I'd have a glass of Monkey Shoulder. And here I still am.

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    Plenty of quality beer over here, just not from the mainstream producers. Even then, Sam Adams is pretty good.

    EDIT: Check Anchor Brewing in San Francisco Spoons, they make a beastly Porter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian View Post
    What do you mean by "American beer"? Do you mean horrid watery American lagers in the Coors/Bud mould? If so... well yeah, that's understandable, but there's lots of good American stuff if you find you like beer from elsewhere.

    Anyway, tonight for me was initially some Kronenbourg and then at the point when I was about to go to bed, about three hours ago, I decided I'd have a glass of Monkey Shoulder. And here I still am.
    Sounds like perfect haxball time...

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    Had a bottle of Sprit that's gone now got Fanta Fruit Twist almost gone though xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian View Post
    What do you mean by "American beer"? Do you mean horrid watery American lagers in the Coors/Bud mould? If so... well yeah, that's understandable, but there's lots of good American stuff if you find you like beer from elsewhere.

    Anyway, tonight for me was initially some Kronenbourg and then at the point when I was about to go to bed, about three hours ago, I decided I'd have a glass of Monkey Shoulder. And here I still am.
    Stuff like Bud Light, PBR, IPA, I find all pretty shit. But that's the thing, I don't know if it's an American beer problem or just a beer problem.

    Fanta Fruit Twist is one of my favorite drinks ever. Though that's probably in part because you can only get it in Europe, so it has good associations for me. But it is so good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian View Post
    What do you mean by "American beer"? Do you mean horrid watery American lagers in the Coors/Bud mould? If so... well yeah, that's understandable, but there's lots of good American stuff if you find you like beer from elsewhere.

    Anyway, tonight for me was initially some Kronenbourg and then at the point when I was about to go to bed, about three hours ago, I decided I'd have a glass of Monkey Shoulder. And here I still am.
    Monkey Shoulder

    It was my birthday yesterday so I got suitably stocked up on single malts which should see me through to Christmas. Went out for dinner and sunk more Drygate Gladeye than I care to remember.

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    Need to have a trip up to Drygate again one day, not been in ages. Maybe once I'm back from holiday.

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    I haven't been in a year or so either, @Ian. It's just a little too out of the way although it is excellent.

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    When I drink at home it will be some sort of ale. I like Badger stuff but try to have a go at local ones if I can find them. When I'm out I embarrass my mates by sitting there with any flavour of brightly coloured Daiquiri.

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    Peroni red is majestic, but I can't really find anywhere that sells it here. </3

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    Calimocho is my drink. Ice, red wine and coke. Sounds disgusting, tastes great.

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    Red wine and Coke? Jesus Christ.

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    Why is it called Peroni 'red' in Scotland anyway?

    And Shiner Bock at least means there is some good beer in the US.

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    I've never heard of it, but it's not the same as the standard Peroni even though it's also a lager.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adamski View Post
    Red wine and Coke? Jesus Christ.
    Try it before you knock it, I was skeptical at first too but it really won me over.

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    Stella later, because it was on offer.

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    No thank you. Why would you ruin a red wine by messing with it?

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    Unless it's a cheap red wine.

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    Improve it by leaving out the wine.

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    Irish in lack of class shocker.

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    Super cheap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adamski View Post
    Irish in lack of class shocker.
    Aren't you Scottish?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giggles View Post
    Aren't you Scottish?
    Yes. Scum but definitely marginally less scummy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adamski View Post
    Yes. Scum but definitely marginally less scummy.
    All na matter of opinion. Give me anyone over a Scot any day of the week for the most part.

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    Aberlour 10 year old

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    Back on the Pepsi Max.

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