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  • #16
    Spansish champagne! Not much though I'm with Mom and Dad.

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    • #17
      I drank Mickey's malt liqour in the 40 oz. bottle, because I'm from the "old school" like that...
      "This life..., you know, "the life." You’re not gonna get any medals, kid. This is not a hero business; you don’t shoot people from a mile a way. You gotta stand right next to them... blow their heads off."

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      • #18
        All I had were two smirnoffs and a glass of fat tire... 'twas good judgment for I would have not have reacted well to my friend's silly string joke on my car afterwards! JK
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        Nemo solus satis sapit. - Plautus

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        • #19
          ...New Year's eve???I missed it?
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          • #20
            Originally posted by jose50 View Post
            ...New Year's eve???I missed it?
            By midnight I was a bit tipsy, I heard the fireworks and thought it was a shoot-out...
            "This life..., you know, "the life." You’re not gonna get any medals, kid. This is not a hero business; you don’t shoot people from a mile a way. You gotta stand right next to them... blow their heads off."

            BoRG

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            • #21
              Originally posted by Paul Mann III View Post
              I drank Mickey's malt liqour in the 40 oz. bottle, because I'm from the "old school" like that...
              Back in the day, Mickey's was a pretty tasty pour with lots of hops and malt, unlike most "malt liquors". It also had a healthy punch to it. When I was down on my funds, we used to drink quite a bit of it.
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              • #22
                Italian wine and champagne....lots and lots
                "Never in the field of human conflict was so much owed by so many to so few."- Sir Winston Churchill, about R.A.F. fighter pilots."
                "It is well that war is so terrible, else we grow to fond of it." - Robert E. Lee

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by johnbryan View Post
                  Back in the day, Mickey's was a pretty tasty pour with lots of hops and malt, unlike most "malt liquors". It also had a healthy punch to it. When I was down on my funds, we used to drink quite a bit of it.
                  Yeah, in general I prefer a micro-beverage of some kind, but Mickey's is acceptable for times of fun and economic difficulty.

                  I love to get 40 oz. bottles once in a while, brings back good memories...
                  "This life..., you know, "the life." You’re not gonna get any medals, kid. This is not a hero business; you don’t shoot people from a mile a way. You gotta stand right next to them... blow their heads off."

                  BoRG

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                  • #24
                    Had Red Duck Pale Ale quite by chance for the first time and it was superb. Favourite pale is usually James Squires but this was even better.
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                    • #25
                      - Champagne
                      - Bergerac blanc (sweet wine)
                      - Macon Village Blanc
                      - Cotes de Provence Rouge
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                      • #26
                        I quite the Belgian way of dishing out of drinks. As you walk in the door you are handed a fizzy white wine/champagne to have with some Hors d'œuvre. Then a Rose with a fish starter, followed by a red for the main course. Perhaps a dessert wine with pudding, then on with the beer (8%+ ) for afters. I always thought Beer before wine, fine, wine before beer, queer, but this seems to work .
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