A toast...

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Re: A toast...

Post by DeeboCools » Sat Aug 20, 2011 8:54 am

welcome to the jungle. I'll have that old crow and sprite combination. Sounds crazy enough to get me drunk.
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Re: A toast...

Post by Corrodesthefilm » Sun Aug 21, 2011 11:07 pm

Crazy? Nah. I read a recipe calling for mixing vermouth and root beer...now that is crazy my friends

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Re: A toast...

Post by TheBigCasino » Sun Aug 21, 2011 11:38 pm

Corrodesthefilm wrote:...To the least pretentious drink forum I've found. I'm new here and I don't care if the snobs think Old Crow is "too simple" to be sipped neat; that's not the damned point! Then again, I can always appreciate a George Dickel or Woodford...on the rare chance I can spend so much. :) I'll drink a Budweiser or even a Steel Reserve any day but I can still appreciate the imperial stouts and double IPAs so popular today. This is a toast to those who don't care what others think: we drink what we like and we like what we drink!

That said, I'm currently sipping some Old Crow Reserve with a wee bit of Sprite and feeling fine. I think I'll enjoy it here.
It's been way too long since I've had some Old Crow. Way too long. I'm gonna remedy that next weekend. Thanks for reminding me.

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Re: A toast...

Post by Miklo » Mon Aug 22, 2011 3:57 pm

Welcome. ill have a pitcher of that old crow.
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Re: A toast...

Post by captain gonzo » Mon Aug 22, 2011 7:13 pm

Corrodesthefilm wrote:...To the least pretentious drink forum I've found. I'm new here and I don't care if the snobs think Old Crow is "too simple" to be sipped neat; that's not the damned point! Then again, I can always appreciate a George Dickel or Woodford...on the rare chance I can spend so much. :) I'll drink a Budweiser or even a Steel Reserve any day but I can still appreciate the imperial stouts and double IPAs so popular today. This is a toast to those who don't care what others think: we drink what we like and we like what we drink!

That said, I'm currently sipping some Old Crow Reserve with a wee bit of Sprite and feeling fine. I think I'll enjoy it here.
Man tell me about it, some people seem to think there is some kind of "gentemanly" way to get hammered. But at the end of the day quality only improves the taste not the effect. Whether I'm sipping Johnny walker gold label or insanely cheap supermarket brand whiskey....im happy I have a drink.

Also some people seem to think that if you cant afford a decent drink you should abstain....this is simply heresy.

And by the way I'll take a keg of guinness and a bottle of jamesons.
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Re: A toast...

Post by KissMyPabst » Mon Aug 22, 2011 9:42 pm

Greetings young grasshoppa.

As a fellow newb, I can't ask for too much, but I will take a shot of crow with a pbr back. Please and thank you.
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