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Post by Gizzle Tizzle » Mon Jul 14, 2003 12:47 am

Beer: Killians, 90 Schilling, Newcastle
Wine:McMannis Cabernet
Spirit: Tanq 10, Basil Hayden
I love my martini's
I love 2 the most
3 I'm under the table
4 I'm under the host
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Post by 7calspergram » Mon Jul 14, 2003 6:34 am

Little late to the table with this and I am sure to be thirsty when done:

Beer: Pretty much anything (especially if you are buying), other than that Guiness, about any of the 'ice" beers, Rolling Rock, anything unusual and tasty. Anything that'll quench my thirst....

Wine: Yes

Spirits: Wild Turkey 101 (not that 80 proof crap), JD sometimes, tequila rarely, Jagermeister sometimes. Absinthe one of these days.

Bought drinks: (If you're buying) Anything goes
(If I'm buying): Long Island Ice Tea, Martini, Cosmos, Wild Turkey on the rocks.
At 7 calories per gram, they STILL
won't list alcohol as an essential nutrient.
Pretty damned essential to me...

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Post by UnkleLemmy » Mon Jul 14, 2003 8:36 am

7calspergram wrote: Bought drinks: (If you're buying) Anything goes
That reminds me of a great old country song called, "If you got the money, I got the time". Forget who sings it though.
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Post by Palinka (RIP) » Mon Jul 14, 2003 9:01 am

UnkleLemmy wrote:That reminds me of a great old country song called, "If you got the money, I got the time". Forget who sings it though.
Jackie Lee Cochran, I believe.
"If I had all the money that I've spent on drink, I'd spend it on drink!"
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Post by LuckyStrikes » Mon Sep 29, 2003 9:54 am

The leaders of the big beer companies meet for a drink. The president of Budweiser orders a Bud, the CEO of Miller gets a Miller, the head of Coors orders a Coors, and so on. Until it's Arthur Guinness's turn. He orders a soda.

"Why didn't you order a Guinness?" everyone asks.

Guinness replies, "if you guys aren't having beer, then neither will I."
Voices tell me to buy the bigger bottle!

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Post by Combat Rock » Mon Sep 29, 2003 10:37 am

Damn, so many choices....so hard.

Wine - I dont' really know, but I tend to like all of the stuff I drink from spain. German wine seems to be a bit gross. In general, I like italian chianti alot.

Spirit - Hmmm, I love jamison but never get it. Clan MacGreggor is good for cheap stuff.

Beer - Oh jesus, I don't know. I don't usually like porter. I love what I call "fat drunk monk" - franzenkanner (sp?) in the gold label. I also really do love hamms, pbr, and blatz. Seriously. I like guiness and beamish alot too.
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Post by bottomsup » Mon Sep 29, 2003 11:09 am

Beer - Labbats blue, Sleemans, Castlerock, MGD, Guiness...

Wine - Chianti's, Chillian Red...

Spirits - Baccardi, Saphire Bombay, Crown Royale

and the list goes on...

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Post by Drunk Injun » Mon Sep 29, 2003 1:24 pm

Good Beer: Budvar (Checkvar in the USA)
Cheep Beer: PBR or Oly wichever is on sale

Wine: Whatever the wife makes me drink "because it is romanitic"

Brown Hard stuff: Old Overholt Rye wiskey
Clear Hard Stuff: Kettel One Vodka or Absolute.
Home made hard stuff: My brother in Laws Hem Branna
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Post by Armed&Angry » Mon Sep 29, 2003 2:17 pm

Abbot Ale (rather nice English beer)

Whatever that shit in my parents' liquor cabinet was.

And of course, the Reverend James Beam.
Alcohol makes you honest. The undrunk man's thought is a drunk man's words. Being a drunk man at the moment, I can say this with the pure freedom and clarity of absolute truth: You have an amazing rack. It's changed my life.

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Post by Barca » Mon Sep 29, 2003 3:06 pm

Armed&Angry wrote:
And of course, the Reverend James Beam.

Jim Beam's a reverend?

He told me he was a doctor. Does this mean I can put my pants back on then?
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Post by deadpuppiesandwhores » Mon Sep 29, 2003 3:11 pm

UnkleLemmy wrote:
7calspergram wrote: Bought drinks: (If you're buying) Anything goes
That reminds me of a great old country song called, "If you got the money, I got the time". Forget who sings it though.
io think it was guns and roses

g & f'n r baby!!!! whooooooo
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"I AM TOO DRUNK TO TASTE THIS CHICKEN."
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i'm not saying i beat the devil, but i drank his beer for nothin'.... then i stole his song.

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Post by Jimmy&Guinney » Mon Sep 29, 2003 3:33 pm

Favorite Beer: Siearra Nevada Pale Ale, Summit Pale Ale, Tyranenna Pale Ale, if it's pale ale or india pale ale, It's my favoirite.

Favorite Guinness: Guinness

Favorite Wine: Rosmount Shiraz and Merlot

Favorite Wino wine to use as negative metaphor: Night Train

Favorite Guns and Roses song: Night Train

Favorite Whiskey: Jameson or Bushmills

Favorite Whisky: Speyburn or Laophroig

Favorite cocktail: Bloody Mary and White Russian, or favorite whiskey straight.

Favorite way of letting compadres know I"m drunk. "I'm so fecked man...."

Favorite contestant in MDM celeberity drink-off: Hemmingway

Favorite MDM article: The Zen of Drinking alone

Favorite Pogues song: The Boys of the County Hell

Favorite place in Ireland to drink: The Celtic Pub (Seltic, for the football team, not the ethnicity) on the Falls Road in West Belfast

Favoirte place in Tijuanna to drink: Red Square, or any of the places that have all you can drink for $6.98.

Favorite place to drink in Minneapolis: The CC club or Kieran's.

St Paul: Dubliner

Milwaukee: Linneman's

Favorite drinking song (to hear): Flower of Scotland

To sing: I got to get drunk by Willie Nelson

Favorite toast: Here's to nights I can't remember with friends I can't forget
And they say her flower is faded now
Hard weather and hard booze
But maybe that's just the price you pay
For the chains you refuse

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Post by The Pooba » Mon Sep 29, 2003 6:22 pm

Whoa. I'm not gonna be THAT complete, but here's my expanded list:
Favorite Beers: Murphy's Irish Stout, Red Hook ESB, Stone Ruination & IPA, Nimbus No Evil (its a local)
Wine? Don't drink much of that.
Favorite Vodka: Chopin
Favorite Gin: Tanqueray 10 (great for martinis)
Favorite Scotch: Glenmorangie 1977
Favorite Scotches I can afford: Cragganmore, Glenmorangie Madiera Finish, Talisker
Favorite Bourbons: Booker's, Van Winkle Family Reserve, W.L. Weller Wheated, Wild Turkey Russell's Reserve
Favorite Rye: Van Winkle Family Reserve, A.H. Hirsch 13 y.o.

Favorite Liquor: Glenmorangie 1977
Favorite contestant in MDM celeberity drink-off: Bogart

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Post by Armed&Angry » Mon Sep 29, 2003 8:12 pm

Poooba, DKM..., fuckin word, man. I'mm drinkinag some Gueijnness now and I dare say I'm on the rocky road to Dublin. I fuckingg know, it's bottled in CT, I don'[th care.
Alcohol makes you honest. The undrunk man's thought is a drunk man's words. Being a drunk man at the moment, I can say this with the pure freedom and clarity of absolute truth: You have an amazing rack. It's changed my life.

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Post by LuckyStrikes » Mon Sep 29, 2003 8:21 pm

I like vodka, whiskey, whisky, gin, and beer.
Voices tell me to buy the bigger bottle!

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