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post #181 of 5219

well, not this minute...

but in two hours , Fischer amber ale (Alsace). Nothing particularly special but a nice temporary replacement for the Sierra Nevada pale ale I'd kinda gotten tired of.
post #182 of 5219
Originally Posted by Latchigo View Post
A Christmas present - Broughton ales Black Douglas. It seems a bit bland.


I think my brother in law got a better gift from me - a bottle of Taylors 1996 Quinta de Vargellas vintage port. But Christmas is about giving, so they say.
Holidays are fun when they're all bottled up!
post #183 of 5219
Okanagan Springs Brewery Light - because of indulgence at Christmas - though it's still a fine diversion as I tune the skis for tomorrow!
post #184 of 5219
Romana Sambuca, Black. It's so pretty . . .
post #185 of 5219
I had a Thomas Kemper Root Beer earlier. It was the perfect complement to the Quarter Pounder w/cheese I was eating at the time. Seriously.
post #186 of 5219
went with the little one to the McDs playground the other day and couldn't bring myself to eating after reading the nutritional info. 28 grams of fat in a Big and Tasty ... think I'll go eat a stick of butter first
post #187 of 5219
Butter, yuck. Brie tastes better and has a similar fat content.
post #188 of 5219
Canada Dry sodium-free club soda.

All the potassium of several bananas and far less gas.
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post #190 of 5219
Thread Starter 
I just filled the growler with............

mmmm, drat beer at home.
post #191 of 5219
1994 vintage port Symington Group - Tesco supermarket own name brand.

This was very keenly priced. It certainly will not be Grahams, or even Dow or Warre but it is a nice drop.

In October we went to Opporto and visited Taylors where we had a superb lunch. We then treked up and down hill and all around the back streets and eventually found Grahams - the big name in Symington Group.
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Borjomi Georgian Spring Water (it's reputed to be a great hangover cure).

post #194 of 5219
Walmart melon-flavoured not-very-alcoholic stuff. It said "flavoured beer" in the ingredients. It's not damn beer! It's fizzy drink with alamahol in .
post #195 of 5219
Well right now its 2 in the morning and I'm drinking the silver bullet, wish I had a f@#king newcastle!
post #196 of 5219
a nice cold hacker-pschorr!
post #197 of 5219
A nice spot of cabernet. went really well with the pasta on the menu tonight.
post #198 of 5219
Crosspoint Pinot Noir - nice little bottle I got over the holidays.
post #199 of 5219
Emergen-C...trying to kick a cold.
post #200 of 5219
V8 Juice, I love V8 Juice.
post #201 of 5219
Good ol' water. Yummy, yummy H2O.
post #202 of 5219
Level one vodka martini...... again!
post #203 of 5219
Thread Starter 
Delerium Tremens.

A fine Belgian Blond.

post #204 of 5219
In that spirit, an award-winning Belgian Farmhouse Saisan from Cooperstown NY

post #205 of 5219
Crater Lake Vodka with a splash of cranberry (no snide comments please...)

Dinner is cooking, will have a bottle of Pillar Box Red ($9.95, not bad value) with pork.
post #206 of 5219
at the risk of seeming like a total lush, another post

Yet another bottle conditioned ale for me, this time the pale variety from Tuckermans

post #207 of 5219
right now, a Lavazza doppio.

But, man o man, do those beers look good.

Love all the bottle-conditioned suggestions. I'm keeping a list (and mildly lamenting the limited istribution we receive out here in the American Hinterlands.)
post #208 of 5219
at this moment, Big Sky Moose Drool; can't say enough good things about the taste.
post #209 of 5219
Ketel One Vodka,splash of Schweppes tonic, lemon
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