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Public Service Announcement: crown royal is a nice, upper Canadian whiskey. If you are drinking it on the rocks, mixing with water or drinking it up, by all means splurge and enjoy. If you are mixing it with coke, I guarantee I could toss in Canadian mist (a much cheaper Canadian whiskey) and you wouldn't be able to tell the difference. My mother in law's drink is crown and coke. It makes me cringe. When the opportunity presents itself, I'll use VO or, if I have it, Canadian mist. After seeing someone pour coke in my blantons, I've taken to putting out the Jim beam for the guests and telling the boubon drinkers that I know would never soil a fine bourbon where they can find the hidden nectar of the gods.
Boys and girls, if you are going to go on the top shelf, please don't mask the flavor of your liquor with a soft drink or fruit juice.
First of all. Never mix crown with coke. Sprite maybe, but never coke.
I got destroyed by dales pale ale and dogfish head 90 minute ipa last night. I've got a terrible headache today
Have you had the opportunity to try the Zacapa Centenario X.O.? Now that will really make you re-think what a rum can be. Saving my pennies to get a bottle when the next Duty Free opportunity arises. Still prefer the 23 y.o., but the X.O. is rather unique.
why would you follow a great dale's pale with a crappy dogfish beer?
Drank entirely too many gold rush's last night.
3 oz Jim Beam, 1 oz fresh lemon juice, 1 oz honey syrup (equal parts honey & water)
Heat up the honey/water for 15 seconds in the microwave so you can mix it easier, toss it all in a shaker. Goes down very smooth... nice change-up to my standard Maker's on the rocks.
Vodka Soda or Jim Beam and soda.
Love a good old fashioned, but only at a nice place.
Didn't know you were a Dogfish hater durr. Is ir because you're an eastern shore guy and you've known about it forever?
"The biggest losers in life are people correcting message board grammar . Fact not opinion"
Had some great old fashioneds when I was in Charleston, especially at Husk. They made them with one big ice cube. Fantastic.
Good stuff here
I have a reservation there for two weeks from today. Good spot? Had a local a friend knows make me a few reservations around town. Excited about that one.
no, it's simply because it sucks. used to be good under the previous brewmaster.
Im ready for aa 5th of vodica to end my feels.
Fantastic. Show up early and have a drink or two at the bar next door. They have a great whiskey and bourbon selection.
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Whiskey - old overholt neat
Beer - Craft: green flash crap: modelo
Cocktail - Gordon's breakfast. Gin/crushed cucumber/lime/simple syrup/Worcestershire/tobasco/cracked pepper
Oskar Blue's worst offering is probably their pale ale. It's just so medium - not very hoppy, not very bitter, not very...anything. I don't get the hype at all. (Similarly I think Dogfish has plenty of great offerings, but the 60 minute isn't anything particularly special although I will enjoy it from time to time).
I was hesitant to try it because of the name, but I really enjoyed their Old Chub a few weeks back. I'm a big whiskey drinker but it doesn't always go well with summer, so the Old Chub is a refreshing way to still get the scotch taste I enjoy. Too bad I didn't think to drink the can I've got in the fridge on National Scotch Day this week... whoops! I also tried and liked the Deviant Dales when I was in Colorado last month, and have had their Pilsner a few times, which is OK.
I'm really enjoying Tito's right now. It's a super smooth vodka if you're not familiar with it. Depending on where I'm at, I'll enjoy it neat or with some tonic. It's a pretty small distillery and they're just now selling it out here, I believe.
My friend introduced me to Ardberg a few weeks back and it's definitely a scotch I want to try again. Similar to Talisker and a little nicer than Laphroig, which has always been my go-to scotch. Both of these spirits have already been mentioned in this thread but I wanted to reiterate how great they are!
The beer store across the street from me has started selling Founder's, so I'm about to embark on a tasty journey. Looking forward to the Red Rye the most I think, with Dirty Bastard a close second.
Anybody been to DuClaw's in Arundel Mills? Went there last night and asked for the sampler...
Waiter asked me if I wanted them all or just 6? Looking at the menu, looked like there were about 10, figured at 5 oz. each and my wife helping me, no worries.
Next thing I know the guy brings out 15... Impressive, but a lot of beer. I tapped out at about 13, although I tasted them all, couldn't close out a couple.
Husk is awesome. Fig too. If you can make it work, catch the happy hour at High Cotton. Good food, live music, everything is cheap and the cocktail list is awesome.
Makers and ginger, mostly.
Woodford or knob creek once in a while
hendricks, soda with fresh lime...unbelievably refreshing. if I'm trying to go out and get drunk then simply jameson and coors light.
Keystone Light! Melon Smirnoff! Captain and coke!
it's summer, so the classic Tom Collins is back in the rotation.
Mixed my crown with a bit of Vernor's ginger ale yesterday, made my family reunion much more tolerable
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yes and the waitress stole my jacket the last time i was there!
Peach soda and whatever mid-range gin is on sale
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