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post #31 of 50
Gosh, it was probably 20-25 years ago but I remember when Broken Legs were popular.

Hot Apple Cider
Add ginger brandy
Add an orange slice.
Add a cinimon stick and stir.

I think that was it. Not sure as I probably wouldn't drink that today. I couple 20oz Boddinton's drafts would do it for me today.
post #32 of 50
Straight Shots of Jager is the only Apres Ski Drink
post #33 of 50
Thread Starter 

Sierra

Thank you for the recipe. Boy, that's complicated to make..when I asked for a hot buttered rum many years ago, they gave me some rum mixed with hot water and a thing of unmelted butter floating at the top!! I was horrified: .
post #34 of 50
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Originally Posted by crank
Yeah, hot buttered rum is a great drink. I haven't had one in years. We used to like girl scout cookies, which is hot chocolat with some peppermint schnapps.
Where I ski a "Girl Scout Cookie" is a "Snuggler" (Northern California). I had a taste of a "Boot Warmer" yesterday..ever heard of a Skor Bar, kind of a chocolate toffee candy bar...hot chocolate and butterscotch schnapps...DELICIOUS!
post #35 of 50
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Originally Posted by Wear The Fox Hat
Ryan, I have lost what little respect I had for you!
If you want to have a chaser with a Guinness, then it should be an Irish Whiskey. Personally I'd go with a 16yo Bushmills single malt, but many prefer a similar Jamesons.
Isn't Bush prod whiskey? While we agree that Scotch is sacrilege with Guiness, perhaps we could find a Paddy, Kilbeggan or Tullamore Dew?

As you can see, the vikings were in Dublin...

Slainte!
post #36 of 50
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Originally Posted by learn2turn
Gosh, it was probably 20-25 years ago but I remember when Broken Legs were popular.

Hot Apple Cider
Add ginger brandy
Add an orange slice.
Add a cinimon stick and stir.

I think that was it. Not sure as I probably wouldn't drink that today. I couple 20oz Boddinton's drafts would do it for me today.
This is how Killington makes a broken leg:
http://www.barmeister.com/cgi-bin/dr...w.pl?drink=251
post #37 of 50
I am a big fan of bailerys or Kaluha in hot chocolate.

Also, there is something to be said for the clasic Bode (Miller after the day) as apposed to the modern Bode (Warm Miller in the Camelback)
post #38 of 50
Used to be a shot of Cuervo 1800, Recently at Vail no 1800 to be found so we tried Patron very smooth and warms everything from the inside out, Kills the pain in the legs and gets ya ready for some apre's ski dance moves!
post #39 of 50
just a splash of Korbel Brandy (yes the champagne Korbel) sipped slowly.
Clears the sinuses and warms the body.
post #40 of 50
Bump.....
curious as to what people will be drinking apres this year.
I usually prefer beer since wine at a ski resort bar is usually not cared for properly....
I had a Stoli doli for my B-day recently though-I may give those a try apres
The hot buttered rum recipe looks good too
Edited by csavage - 12/28/09 at 11:45am
post #41 of 50
Maker's Mark Manhattan if I don't have to drive.  Whatever local microbrew they have on tap if I do have to drive. 
post #42 of 50
 The best glass of red they have at the bar.
post #43 of 50
Hot Chocolate
1 shot Frangelico
1 shot Malibu Coconut
I suppose you could add whipped cream, but I never do

Chocolate, hazelnuts, and coconut....mmmmmh!
post #44 of 50
Brown Bilge, an old Jackson Hole drink.
1 shot Kahlua
1shot cream de cocoa
1 shot cream rest of glass hot coffee
whip cream on top and stir
it looks like what it is called but effective.

Got a group of us kicked out of Keystone one night, back when the earth was young.
post #45 of 50

post #46 of 50
 I never had Tuaca or Rumple Minze until I went to a bar in Park City, Utah.
post #47 of 50
Scotch - single malt, neat, then repeat!
post #48 of 50
If I feel like splurging: Scotch - Islay single malt.  Double, neat, no repeats.  Smithwicks chaser if not driving.
Usually just go for the pint though.
I must admit however, that I had some 15-year old Glen Fiddich the other day that was pretty good.
post #49 of 50
Guiness. 

Takes a while to pour, takes a while to drink.  There's less chance of ordering a second or a third, so you can get up bright and early the next morning to ski.
post #50 of 50
For the hard drinks, I rekon your right. In true alpine fashion... Jaeger is the drink. But if you need osmething warm... well... Jaeger again. But, there is always the good old fashioned Gluehwein. Now thats Alpine magic in a cup.
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