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  1. jkrug

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    Cabernet Sauvignon, Rye and Coke, Hard Iced Tea and an Irish Coffee....hey, it's my day off!!

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    Chai Tea. I am not much of a tea drinker, but it sounded like it might be good.

    Life is like Tobacco. You can talk about it all day in the end you just need to smoke it. (not that you can smoke life, well... You know what I mean))
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    Green Flash, 30th Street Pale Ale

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    The Glenlivet 12yr old Scotch with Jack Knife Plug. Goes well together.

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    Elysium Dark of The Moon Pumpkin Stout...mmmmmm

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    Tazo Sweet Cinnamon Spice Herbal Tea

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    Hell-Cat Maggie Irish Whiskey

    "Curiosity is one of the most permanent and certain characteristics of a vigorous intellect."
    ~ Samuel Johnson ~
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    Konig Ludwig Weissbier,a great German made wheat beer.

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    Just a cola for me, as I don't drink alcohol, never have, never will.

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    Monkey Shoulder Scotch

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    Just a cola for me, as I don't drink alcohol, never have, never will.

    Drink what you like, and like what you drink. Green tea here. Stuff's great but you have to pee constantly, so it's best to drink near an open window.

    "My own experience has been that the tools I need for my trade are paper, tobacco, food, and a little whiskey." -- William Faulkner

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    Just a cola for me, as I don't drink alcohol, never have, never will.

    Cola is harmful than alcohol I guess

    Javan
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    Catnip tea filled with local honey. Finished a bowl of Nightcap, Tea just right to drink. And so to bed.

    Who is John Galt?
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    Sounds perfect. Catnip tea? I'll admit having wanted to try it for years.

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    Sassafras is better, I love that stuff. They are even better when you go get them yourself. The root of Sassafras is a great thing to have.

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    Sam Adams Hoppy Red - from their Fall Variety 12 pack.

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    Makers

    There are 10 types of people in this world, those who understand binary, and those who don't.
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    McKenzie Wheat Whiskey on the rocks.

    "The value of tobacco is best understood when it is the last you possess, and there is no chance of getting more."
    Bismark
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    Sitting down with a nice glass of red wine. Astica Merlot from Argentina.

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    Edmund Fitzgerald Porter...a very nice beer.

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    Captain Morgan Cannon Blast. A cinnamon, citrus, and ginger sort of thing. Very nice!

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    Canadian Mist on ice

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    Guinness, H3 Merlot, and fresh coffee... it has been a (wonderful) long day.

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    Islay Mist Scotch

    The Islay Mist blend was first launched in the 1920s. Known for its good peating level which comes from malts like Laphroaig.

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    Gin and bitters. i worked Black Friday so I earned it.

    Think slow, act fast.
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    I tried my first glass of Port tonight. I will have to finish the bottle by myself (not tonight).

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    Wild Turkey 101, pairs so nicely with H&H Frenchy's Sunzabitches.

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    My personal pain, sorrow, and regret. It burns and does not go down well.

    Nate @ Moody AL
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    Variety of MilkStouts and Bulleit. Top it off with a dose of Absinthe and a bowl full of Grasemere flake.

    It's not my position nor want to help another man. It's his responsibility to help himself, as where he can learn to dig down deep enough to save himself. -I. Kidd
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    A glass of Candy Apple Red. It's a red wine blend that's a little on the sweet side. Not my usual taste in red wine but there was a little left over and I didn't want to see it wasted.

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    Coffee... again. I think I have a problem.

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    Aberlour 12 with a side of iced tea

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    Mojito with fresh mint and lime juice.

    Because straight is the gate and narrow is the way which leadeth unto life and few be there that find it.
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    A glass of port wine.

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    A snifter of Tesseron.

    A man without a shillelagh is a man without an expedient.
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    Dog n Suds Drive-In style Root Beer. I have a taste for these smaller batch root beers.

    The new bottle of Johnnie Walker Double Black sits unopened on the shelf, wondering when I'll take it out of the box. Not yet!

    "An thou hast them, smoketh them!" -An Old Philosopher
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    Had a glass of Bombay Sapphire over ice, followed by a White Russian. Been a while since I had a White Russian and never tried gin on the rocks, but I think I could get to enjoy it.

    Dudes of the world abide.
    "I believe that pipe smoking contributes to a somewhat calm and objective judgement in all human affairs."
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    Brandy, delightful on a damp night with aching joints...

    "the weez"...
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    Boston Bual

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    er uh Coke.

    Are those Tobacco Brownies?
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    Heading home soon ... a pint (or two) of Guinness is awaiting!

    I really like the Draft Cans with the Nitrogen "Widget" as they seem to be the closest to on-tap.

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    Bulleit Rye

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    Luksusowa Vodka, a nice Polish potato ferment (though I'd love to find some Hetman Ukrainian Vodka).
    Any good quality vodka taken neat is a great palate cleanser while smoking.

    "A human being should be able to change a diaper, plan an invasion, butcher a hog, conn a ship, design a building, write a sonnet, balance accounts, build a wall, set a bone, comfort the dying, take orders, give orders, cooperate, act alone, solve equations, analyze a new problem, pitch manure, program a computer, cook a tasty meal, fight efficiently, die gallantly.
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    A couple of glasses of Chianti, seems to be very nice with a bowl of BCA.

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    Bookers

    I Enjoy Aromatics
    I Enjoy Peterson Pipes
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    Just finished two glasses of Port wine. It is my winter drink...but I also have a few others.

    I don't know where I'm going...but sooner or later I'll get there.
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    Just finished a glass of Guiness Extra Stout, looking forward to a bit of Talisker Distiller's Edition with a pipe after dinner.

    "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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    Makers 2 cubes

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    Tea all through the day, Timmy Taylor's landlord (pale ale) throughout the evening, & famous grouse (whiskey) till the dawn. Morning vicar!

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    Alberta Premium Dark Horse Canadian Whisky neat. I believe it's sold as Alberta Rye Dark Batch in the US.

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  51. python

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    Right now I am drinking an iced coffee. When I get home, which is about 2 hours away, I will be having either a New Belgium Fat Tire or a Bulleit whiskey sour.

    "When the Government Fears the People, There is Liberty;
    When the People Fear the Government, There is Tyranny." - Thomas Jefferson
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  52. andrew

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    Luksusowa Vodka

    This has been my go to vodka since I was at the liquor mart and had it recommended to me about 10 years ago

    Lately I've discovered Manhattan's made with Blanco Vermouth, it's a really nice change.

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    Tea. Hail to England.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mtpv0NSdli0

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    Enjoying a nice rye (Gibson's Rare) and coke that wifey made me.

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    Wild turkey honey on ice

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    Angel's Envy Kentucky Bourbon and a cob of PS Luxury Twist Flake.

    (Actualy an image from last night)

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    Modelo especial

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  58. maxx

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    Monkey Shoulder scotch.

    https://www.monkeyshoulder.com

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  59. maxx

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    Glen Garioch Scotch

    and watching ralfy's reviews on YouTube.

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    Glenmorangie Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky. The Original.

    Ralfy says it's the top selling single malt in Scotland and is "bloody good". Got it on sale for $28, down from $40.

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    A new beer find. Walkerville Brewery Honest Lager. Very nice.

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    Pint of Guinness and then probably a dram or two of crown royal northern harvest rye.

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    @jkrug: A local pub had a Walkerville beer on tap and I really enjoyed it, wish I could remember which one it was.

    As for me, good old Molson Export.

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    I'm getting wild and having Prairie Farms 2% milk with my evening dose of Vicodin.

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    Three Friars and an Absinthe.

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  66. jakegoodman

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    Red wine, local and too sweet.

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  67. jefff

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    A Bulliet Rye Manhattan.

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  68. okiebrad

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    An Irish whiskey called Red Breast and some Guinness left over from St Patties day.

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  69. jmatt

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    Ardbeg 10. Neat.

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    Mountain Dew!

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