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  • #2966
    orionid
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    You’ve just spent a full day shooting. You get home, toss your gear in a chair, and slowly pull open the fridge. What can or bottle-based beverage do you reach for?

    #51134
    ennuipoet
    Participant

    There is but one Beer, the Father, from whom all things came and for whom we live; and there is but one beverage, Guinness, through whom all things came and through whom we live.

    #51135
    CauseISaidSo
    Participant

    Depends heavily on my current mood, time of day, and the weather. Don’t really do much beer unless it’s summer at the lake; when I do, I like a good IPA. My go-to is Maker’s and Coke Zero but I’ve been on a Manhattan kick for a while now, so that would be Knob Creek or Bullett rye, vermouth, bitters, and a teaspoon of maraschino cherry juice. But that’s not exactly “refreshing;” it’s more of a sip & contemplate drink. Finally, if the mood’s right and I want something a little heavier, you can’t beat a Zing Zang bloody mary with blue-cheese-stuffed olives.

    Now, who’s getting the first round? 🙂

    #51136
    fluffybunny
    Participant

    Corona is cheap and easy here and not “Diet-half-caf-zero” beer (why drink if you’re going to kill all the reasons?)
    Founders Breakfast with a big juicy steak is doubleplus good.

    #51137
    Yugoboy
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    There is always Honey Brown Lager in the fridge.

    But it keeps company with whatever dark, sweet, brew I have gotten recently. If I’ve been to Canada in the recent past, there’s going to be Upper Canada Dark Ale hanging around.

    I’m a beer snob, and although Guiness is good, as far as I’m concerned it’s a starter brew 😉

    When I stopped at F.X. Matt brewery a few weeks ago, where they make Saranac and Lake Placid brands, I got some Lake Placid Nippletop (named after one of the 46 High Peaks) milk stout. I love milk stouts. I don’t find them around often enough at prices I’m willing to pay.

    I could go on about various beers I love for a long goddam time. I guess my go-to answer is Honey Brown. Price is right and it goes down smooth in all weather.

    #51138
    linguine
    Participant

    Usually would be some type of wheat beer

    #51139
    ennuipoet
    Participant

    I’m a beer snob, and although Guiness is good, as far as I’m concerned it’s a starter brew 😉

    HERETIC!!!!

    Actually, I just don’t have the energy to mess with being a beer snob. I already have so many things I am passionate about, what with my hatred of Instagram, various collectibles, writing snarky internet posts…I have no space left to be snooty about beer. I like Guinness, if the temperature is below 100 I will drink it, if it is above 100 I will drink a couple of glass of water in the air conditioning and THEN I will drink it. It goes well with what I am really there to drink, the Jameson.

    #51140
    orionid
    Participant

    Man, y’all are a bunch of alcoholics.

    Okay, let me rephrase my attempt at subtley gathering information in the form of a blatant post. Everyone that wants a soda/beer can lens gets one. I’ll start a new thread in the Pub and Grill with more details.

    #51142
    emiliogtz
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    It depends on the availability and how hot the day was. Usually Negra Modelo or Dos Equis Ambar. Not a beer snob really, though I enjoy my local microbrewery whenever I can.

    I like Guinness too but it’s too damn expensive down here to stock on it.

    #51143
    fluffybunny
    Participant

    Negra Modelo.

    Yummy.

    #51144
    Yoyo
    Participant

    Kool-Aid.

    #51141
    orionid
    Participant

    Kool-Aid.

    Original? Or Jim Jones?

    #51145
    ravnostic
    Participant

    Kool-Aid.

    Original? Or Jim Jones?

    //win 😛

    I’m still a simple man with simple pleasures. Budweiser, 4evR

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