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    Drink of choice?

    What's your go-to alcoholic beverage?

    I have to go with Bourbon.

    Maker's Mark, Jim Beam, Crown Royal would be tops.

    As far as beer goes, I go with Modelo.
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    Captain and diet for a mixed drink.

    Beer wise I drink Coors Light but will drink about anything. Carlsberg is my favorite import. I tried it while on vacation in Europe in the late 80's and have loved it since.
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    Got a bourbon bar in the basement, so I'll have to go with that. We have a 100 bourbon allowance in the house each month as a matter of fact. 32 varieties and counting.

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    Tequilla, mmmmm

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    Re: Drink of choice?

    Quote Originally Posted by George Anderson View Post
    Captain and diet for a mixed drink.

    Beer wise I drink Coors Light but will drink about anything. Carlsberg is my favorite import. I tried it while on vacation in Europe in the late 80's and have loved it since.
    That's my go to drink as well

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    Bourbon in the winter. Gin in the summer.

    Beer: Variety is the spice of life. However, if I'm filling the fridge, something by Bell's, Rivertown, or Highlands is usually my choice.
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    I'm beer only and quite the beer snob now with the plethora of craft and microbreweries out there. Love a good IPA or milk stout these days. Coors, Bud, Miller, etc taste awful to me now (didn't stop me from drinking them for 20 years though.) I sometime pay more for a single rare/hard to find beer than a 12 pack of domestic brew.

    It's been discussed in the beer thread but the 3 breweries in Lexington are all outstanding and each has their respective pros and cons.
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    Re: Drink of choice?

    Bourbon. Actually whisky in general, but bourbon is the go to.

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    Re: Drink of choice?

    Quote Originally Posted by villain612 View Post
    What's your go-to alcoholic beverage?

    I have to go with Bourbon.

    Maker's Mark, Jim Beam, Crown Royal would be tops.

    As far as beer goes, I go with Modelo.
    I hate to sound like a bourbon snob, but Crown Royal is not a bourbon.

    I've grown to love bourbon, especially this time of year. I haven't found one yet that I didn't like. Having said that though, my top choice is Woodford Reserve. If I'm being cost conscience I'll usually go with Evan Williams.

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    Chocolate milk.


    But when I did drink, I fancied a White Russian or Firefly Sweet Tea mixed with sweet tea or lemonade.

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    Quote Originally Posted by *BaseClogger* View Post
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    Having this for the first time. I got a 6 pack of it for Christmas. I can take or leave IPA's but this is so perfectly balanced. I don't have that "hopped on" feeling I get from many in this style.
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