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What Are You Drinking Now

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  1. theboz

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    Well we have a "What are you smoking" and a "What are you listening to", so I figured it can't hurt to have a "What are you drinking".

    -And from my proofreading I need to slow down... but Im drinking Bernheim Original Kentucky Wheat Whiskey

    “There are two types of people; those who come into a room and say, "Well, here I am!" and those who come in and say, "Ah, there you are."-Unknown
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    Jack Daniel's honey.

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    Coffee roasted by monks

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    Belhaven Scottish Ale

    -Home At Sea
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    Uncarbonated English ale at 13% ABV. Not a great beer, but I have 5 gallons... so I'm drinking it. The rest of the batch is conditioning.

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    Believe it or not. Fruit Punch. I'm a recovering alcoholic, fruit punch is as strong as a get!

    If you always do what you always did, you’ll always get what you always got
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    Evan Williams 1793 Small Batch Bourbon (Neat)

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    dlatttim- By all means this is not alcohol only.
    kicking any addiction is a great feat, good luck.

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    Belhaven Scottish Ale

    Oh, that's a good one that! I have a few more nitro cans of it in the closet.

    Of all tyrannies, a tyranny sincerely exercised for the good of its victims may be the most oppressive. It would be better to live under robber barons than under omnipotent moral busybodies. The robber baron's cruelty may sometimes sleep, his cupidity may at some point be satiated; but those who torment us for our own good will torment us without end for they do so with the approval of their own conscience.
    -C. S. Lewis, English essayist & juvenile novelist (1898 - 1963)
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    Innis & Gunn Irish Whiskey Cask.

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    We all know, of course, that alcohol acerbates our tongue and mouth while smoking a pipe.

    Shame on us.

    Screw it.

    Here's toast to all of you (Jameson's 12 year, 3 fingers straight up).

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    Gevalia.

    Since you have to die anyway, you might as well die from something you like.
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    Oh, that's a good one that! I have a few more nitro cans of it in the closet.

    Yes, my local places usually don't carry it but they had some in last week. Imagine my elation. Bought 16 of the nitro cans.

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    Well, I am getting married on May 10th so last month my fiancee and I decided to not drink for 3 months until the wedding. Amazing how much $$ we have saved on Date Night and we've both lost of few lbs.

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    A double espresso run long. Nice bittersweet, baker's chocolate, notes and a loooooooong finish.

    -- Pat

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    Grand River Brewing's Russian Gun Imperial Stout ...

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    Having a cherry coke at work.

    Smoke your pipe and be silent; there's only wind and smoke in the world. - Irish Proverb
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    Sorry guys, just ice tea. Had some vino with a Sicilian recipe my wife did for lunch.

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    About to head on out to the Scenic City Scotch Society's monthly scotch and whiskey tasting. Loading a pipe with FMC and some Maltese Falcon in another. Should make for a great night.

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    Jacobs coffee w/ nutmeg or 21st Amendment's "Bitter American"

    Lunting - To walk while smoking a pipe (from the Scottish Gallovidian Encyclopedia, pg. 325)
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    KOOL AID......What its good!

    John
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    I always like cool drink. And my first choice of drink is tiger. It is energetic for me. when weather be very hot I feel cool after drink tiger.

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    A pot of coffee....

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    Nice thread. I've got a nice, strong, IPA. Favorite relaxing drink is a Jack & Coke with a nice Vanilla aromatic smoke.

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    Switched to Leinenkugel's Summer Shandy. Yum.

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    Black Assam tea, unsweetened of course, attended to with a bowl of my favorite baccy in my favorite pipe. Although being Friday night, and watching a storm front move through, I think I'll track down that bottle of Bushmills just to add an afterglow to the tea.

    The pipe eases you into the present moment - savor your pipe & you'll savor this moment.
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    Green tea, until the wife comes home then I will have some red wine.

    I gave up beer New Year's Eve and lost 12 pounds!

    Think slow, act fast.
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    Jameson Irish whiskey & Ginger Ale with lime to start the night.

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    Stone brewery IPA.

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    @SWHIPPLE - I love the Stone Brewery IPA. Good on ya!

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    E&J XO Brandy, Not a big beer fan. I love my cognacs and brandys (Straight. No mixing here)

    I have some friends, some honest friends, and honest friends are few; My pipe of briar, my open fire, A book that's not too new.
    Robert W. Service
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    E&J XO Brandy, Not a big beer fan. I love my cognacs and brandys (Straight. No mixing here)

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    Ardbeg 10 year with a whisper of water.

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    J Walker green. And a few glasses to much to be honest

    "You have to be a man first before you're a gentleman. "

    John Wayne
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    Dunhill Mixture 965 in my Barling's Make Ye Olde Wood ExEL, also stamped J.J. Fox & Co, London, with a small glass of Lustau's Deluxe Cream Sherry on the side.

    "Properly speaking, a pipe on the dealer's shelf is no pipe at all. It is a piece of carved burl of the white heath. But it is only potentially a pipe. It is only when I behold this piece of potentiality, detect its possibilities for greatness, and by the fiat of the checkbook call it forth from nonbeing [sic], that it becomes a pipe. I place it in my collection. I pronounce it Good." Arthur D. Yunker, "Toward a Theology of Pipesmoking," p. 14.
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    Dark Harbor Decaf coffee. Roasted and sold by Rock City Coffee Roasters, Rockland, Maine.

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    A Pimm's Cup - refreshing on a hot July day...

    --boudreaux
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    Martini - stirred, with olives.

    - Write if you get work.

    - Hang by your thumbs.
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    An ice cold birch beer.

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    Disarono on the rocks, tonight will be good ole' Southern Comfort over ice around the campfire with some Amphora Full Aroma.

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    Iced water with a freshly squeezed lemon.

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    Early Times whiskey with coke - the good stuff comes later.

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    Pyramid Curve Ball Blond Ale.

    Cold.

    ". . . I am the master of my fate:
    I am the captain of my soul."
    - INVICTUS
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    Rolling Rock...

    "the weez"...
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    I've cold O'Douls!

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    Ice water at the moment, but my wife just got a new job offer and turned in her notice, so we're headed out to find something celebratory to drink!



    "De gustibus non est disputandum."
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    Bass Ale.

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    Right now, ice water with raspberry lemonade offbrand Mio, later E&J XO Brandy (straight)

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  49. martiniman

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    Dry Bond Martini.
    2 parts Gordons Gin,
    1 Part vodka.

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    I just cleaned a few pipes with Everclear, I wasn't even tempted. Ice water right now.

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  51. sallow

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    My official drink of summer 2013
    one part lillet
    splash of bourbon
    splash of club soda

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  52. keith929

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    A warm glass of Guinness Extra Stout.

    A smart man learns from the mistakes of others.
    A wise man learns from his own.
    ---Anonymous
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  53. sothron

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    As usual, Jack Daniel's Honey. It's my all-time favorite drink with tobacco. Though occasionally I will sip an IPA.

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    VO Canadian Whiskey and Ginger Ale.

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  55. carlomarx

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    Negroni cocktail

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    Would you believe True Blood (Scotch)?

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    Coffee....with my first smoke.

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    Lately vodka, ludsuskowa and cranberry or just on the rocks.

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    I started with a Sam Adams Boston Lager, added a finger of Evan Williams bourbon, and daughter brought me an inch of Hideous liquer. I can't see the keyboard.

    And to all a good night.
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  60. petes03

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    Sweet Water Blue.

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    C&D's Morning Drive in a Stanwell Golden Danish(45) a few Maker's Marks on the side, perhaps a few brews after with some good 'ol BBQ and listening to some Today's Country Radio on Pandora

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    Recently discovered "2 Gingers" Irish whisky. It's great stuff, definitely a new favorite, and it's even on the cheap side.

    "I don't want any of your statistics; I took your whole batch and lit my pipe with it." -Mark Twain
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    Fred Sandford's favorite-Cranberry juice and Ripple=Cripple

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  64. dread

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    Coffee. Glorious coffee.

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    A really unremarkable cup of coffee. Just coffee. Nothing special. And SWRA in a Peterson 312.

    Posted 6 years ago #
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    Captain Black and Coke...

    Proud Member of the BlackBlood Society
    Member NASPC
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  67. yohanan

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    Canada Dry Ginger Ale...


    Smoke What You Like, And Like What You Smoke...Regardless Of What Anyone Else Thinks...
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  68. carlomarx

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    Blue Coat gin & Fever Tree tonic along with a bowl of Boswell's "Countryside". Enjoying a rare rain free evening in central PA.

    Posted 6 years ago #
  69. shanez

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    A proper Old Fashioned with an orange peel barnacle.

    This had to be the best cocktail known to mankind.

    Posted 9 months ago #
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    Grog.

    Not the sweet, new grass with flowers is this harvesting of mine;
    Not the upland clover bloom...
    Posted 9 months ago #

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