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Adult drink of choice
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<--- of course, and Leinenkugel are my top 2. hard stuff it depends... I like captain morgans tattoo and lime bite [Image: occasion14.gif]

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I'm a micro-brew and dry red wine kind of guy but I have been known to down a Jack and Coke or 20.

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RE: Adult drink of choice
Legend has turned me into an IPA guy. Dogfish 90 and Troeg's Pale Ale. I'm a big sucker for Octoberfest and Winter seasonals too. Summer Shandy is pretty bomb for an all day affair though.

Ah, throw a margarita in there for me too.

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I am a bud light guy. Wine and 7&7 are my other drinks of choice

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(08-08-2013 08:50 PM)Smallies_R_Us Wrote:  Legend has turned me into an IPA guy. Dogfish 90 and Troeg's Pale Ale. I'm a big sucker for Octoberfest and Winter seasonals too. Summer Shandy is pretty bomb for an all day affair though.

Ah, throw a margarita in there for me too.
IPAs, a man after my own heart! I highly recommend Arrogant Bastard Ale by Stone Brewing Co.

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RE: Adult drink of choice
My lady would love to hang out with you IPA guys... just don't give her more than 3 or I have to play babysitter...
I'm not to picky when it comes to the brews depends on if I'm in the sipping or slamming mood.
IPAs are good to get things flowing and the taste buds turned on. Pale ales could be a solid steady all night choice.
Like to sip the whiskey or occasional scotch when I've got some extra cash in the pocket.
Vodka drinks make the summer so much more refreshing.
Wine to suit the mood or meal....
I guess I don't really discriminate or maybe there is a bigger problem here?
08-08-2013 11:09 PM
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RE: Adult drink of choice
ooh almost forgot.... I've taken a liking to wheat beers. Southern tier (30 min from my house) makes a really good raspberry wheat

Also Yuengling Oktoberfest should hit the stores soon

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Geezus, I must be a redneck. Beer (only if I can see through it), wine (sweet reds are my favorite) and whiskey (SoCo, Honey whiskey in my flask when steelhead fishing). You all have refined palettes.

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(08-09-2013 12:15 AM)we3jeepers Wrote:  ooh almost forgot.... I've taken a liking to wheat beers. Southern tier (30 min from my house) makes a really good raspberry wheat

Also Yuengling Oktoberfest should hit the stores soon

Southern tier raspberry is quite good. However the best wheat beer ever and my favorite is ayinger brau weisse.

(08-09-2013 02:31 AM)Chris Johnson Wrote:  I did my undergrad at PSU so I drank a lot of Yuengling Porter at Zeno's. Good stuff. Canʻt stomach their lager though. When available Iʻll have a hefe weis or kolsch. I canʻt touch the strong stuff anymore but i do enjoy a riesling auslese or berenauslese occasionally. Generally any thing with a monk on the label from Germany or Belgium is aok. Unibroue in Quebec makes some good beers though. Don de dieu, la fin du monde...

Dʻs in regent square keeps a great selection on hand. They recently had la fin on tap. Sharp Edge in slibberty was great too, but iʻve only been back twice since the remodel.

I haven't been to d's in a long while! Btw if you like monks this stuff is super strong and yummy! weyerbacher merry monks

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