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  1. robusthermit

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    I have not been on the forums in a while. I am drinking some Bushmill's Irish Whiskey and a Woodchuck Pumpkin Cider on the side. They are paring well with some Billy Budd. I was just wondering if anyone else is enjoying a drink after a long week and if so what are you drinking?

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  2. flyguy

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    Ice tea with sweetner. I'll switch to coffee when the weather turns cold. The ice tea is pairing well with the Solani X Sweet Mystery I am smoking tonight.

    “Apples for walking, and a pipe for sitting.”
    ― Samwise Gamgee
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    Sweet iced tea, Earl Grey with a pinch of dried mint.

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    I am a big fan of ice tea flyguy. Why kind of sweetner do you usually use?

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    I have to plug this since I find it to be wonderful - Intellegentsia black cat espresso.

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    In no particular order. Some Oban Distiller's Edition, seltzer, and Oskar Blues Dale's Pale Ale.

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  7. robusthermit

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    I have had Oban before captainsousie it's a great scotch. How does the the distiller's edition differ?

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    I find it more flavorful with a touch less smoke and a bit more dark fruit and caramel character. The one I have is the 15 yr aged in Montilla Fino casks. I have to say I love this one and will get a couple more bottles for the cellar. The local store actually got some 18yr Limited so that may have to go in the cellar too.

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    Had a couple of Sam Adams Octoberfest with supper. I'm thinking some Russel Reserve Rye is in order before long.
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    Green Tea imported from China by a friend, very good stuff!

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    Lipton ice tea with Splenda sweetner and Realemon reconstituted lemon juice.
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    @Robusthermit: For dietary reasons, I usually sweeten my tea with Splenda. I would prefer honey, however.

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    With dinner it is Diet Turkey Hill Iced Tea (ginseng and honey), I'm addicted. BUT after dinner Wild Turkey and my new Brebbia pipe with some 1Q. Ahh!

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    Speakeasy Imperial Stout.

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    Glenmorangie

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    Timely post...I just finished washing my car and plan and I'm heading to the patio for a G&T, a bowl of Boswell's Cherry Smash, and the Pirates & Cardinals game on the radio.

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    Strega.

    Since you have to die anyway, you might as well die from something you like.
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    Sebago's Frye's Leap IPA, with some McClelland British Woods in a cob out on the porch listening to the light rain.

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    yellow tail shiraz

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    Sebago's Frye's Leap IPA

    Sounds nice. I've heard about that brewery but never gotten to try it. Man I miss being close to a god brewery some days.

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    Dinner out included an Australian Shiraz.

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    Martini: Gin, up, dry, shaken, dirty, 4 olives.


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    Sam Adams Octoberfest

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    Bombay sapphire G&T with PS Cherry Bon Bon in my Peteerson system.

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    Tonight it's some Sandeman Port and C&D Haunted Bookshop.

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    Black tea nothing else just black tea leaves and water.
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    Buffalo Trace on the rocks and a bowl of Lane HGL before dinner.
    Who says you can't have your dessert first.

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    A "Frostie" root beer in a glass bottle. Best root beer in the world!

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    just some hot tea..... been one of those days, beer will have to wait

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  30. tarak

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    Water. Maybe a Gin & Tonic later.

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    Virgin Bourbon on the rocks and some MacB's Plumcake.

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    Same thing I drink every night. Alberta Premium %100 Rye whiskey. The only true Rye. Everything else is a blend.

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    Earlier, Maui Brewing Coconut porter. A few minutes ago, Abita Pecan Ale. Next in line, Hobgoblin dark ale.
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    Chai Latte nice and warm out by the fire pit with a bowl of GLP Triple Play! Yum!

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    Enjoyed a couple of nice local craft ales with dinner, am wrapping up with some 1792 bourbon and a bowl of LaGonda.

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    Newcastle Werewolf Red Ale.

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  37. castellarius

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    This evening I'm enjoying a glass of Talisker, my favourite whisky , while smoking navy flake...pure joy

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    Just had a bowl of McClelland St James Woods accompanied by a Spaten Oktoberfest. I usually don't drink beer when I smoke a pipe, but tonight it just seemed like the right thing to do.....and it WAS good

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    I have fallen in love with Angry Orchard hard cider. I'm seriously contemplating one of those, with a bowl of Wise Fox.

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    Hot, locally-pressed cider.

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    Tonight is plain straight cranberry juice. I replaced the un-sweetened tea spot in the fountain with the 'ol red juice.

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    Bump for new year's eve.

    For me tonight it's Lagavulin 16 and a touch of Pellegrino. Magical. Happy New Year all!

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    One of each of the drinks listed above....

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    Nothing but water, as usual.

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    nothin but water tonight... working unfortunately

    “A pipe in the mouth makes it clear that there has been no mistake–you are undoubtedly a man.”
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    I was introduced to this thing called apple pie. Its basically a cold apple cider with lots of shine.. I mean pipe cleaner in it.

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    The usual Coke Zero, cold but half flat to kill the carbonation.

    Craig

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    Bud Light!

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    Another Diet Coke!

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    Stoli

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    Since I got off this morning It is now time for me to celebrate my new year! Havin a couple coors originals right now then perhaps a bit of my good friend mr. Jim Beam

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    What am I gulping, Guinness Blonde, I will also take a brunette or redhead. Knockout Redheads with green eyes are my weakness. I married a Brunette with hazel eyes. I'm drunk, good night all.


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  53. chasingembers

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    Sipping white lightning here, and smoking an Oliva Connecticut robusto.

    Damnation seize my soul if I give you quarters, or take any from you.
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    A big mug of Earl Grey tea, its teatime in the UK.

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    Just water and coffee....at work right now.

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    Matcha green tea

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    Tulamore DEW Irish whiskey

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    It's derby day. Mint Juleps, of course. With Knob Creek.

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    Corvette Summers: Equal parts silver tequila, unsweetened grapefruit juice and Fentimans tonic water garnished with a squeezed wedge of lime.

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    Same as every night scotch on the rocks.

    Blowin' smoke since 1970.
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    Nice glass of Chianti.

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    Old Crow

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    Jamesons with a sprig of mint, in honor of the Derby. Juleps are some trouble, and I felt like Irish.

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    The Macallan 12yr... neat

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    Earl Grey tea.

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    A tumbler of "Honey Jack" straight up. Slow sipping.

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    I enjoy a bargs root beer after smoking my pipe it has a very strong but enjoyable taste it is hard to explain but I highly recommend it

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    With the in laws who generally don't drink so...water.

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    Got a Corona and a lime wedge going here.

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    Coors and a shot of Ezra Brooks...

    "the weez"...
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