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    Because I am classy, I drank my bottle of Elmer T Lee without a glass.

    Based on the success of that venture, I'm onto the Whistlepig.

    Goal: Drink all the good booze by Christmas.

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    Funny, a 375ml bottle of The Glenlivet looks a bit like a craft brew.

    "Are you sure you counted everything in there?"

    "Well, yes, you can check your receipt".

    "Hmm, I guess the single bottles don't add up very quickly..."

    Can only argue so hard in that situation. Somehow The Glenlivet had got rung in as an extra Cobblestone Stout. But I really didn't figure that out till I read the receipt as I was putting the bag away in the car.

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    http://www.beeriosity.com/storage/re...eElemental.jpg

    I tried this on the weekend... it was so good I went back to the store I got it from, and cleaned them out.

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    Friday I downed a bit too quickly a pint of draft http://www.beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/10796/135617/

    Followed it with I think http://www.beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/132/111176/

    I'm thinking perhaps their draft isn't quite as high percentage as the bottles. Because the Rogue tasted and felt downright normal after the Division by Zero.

    I think I've got the right Rogue. I thought it was more local to us than Oregon, though.

    Yes, I found the Rogue logo. And it's associated with what they serve in the little tap bar..
    http://www.ratebeer.com/p/kick-off-waterloo/11892/
    http://www.yelp.ca/biz/kickoff-waterloo
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    This stuff:



    and Fireball is delicious. DELICIOUS.

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    Boulevard Mid-Coast IPA.

    Tasty.

    Boulevard Oatmeal Stout

    Not bad, strong flavors though. I enjoy more of a earthy flavoring in my beers though.

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    Finished off my bottle of Bulleit bourbon the other night. Only took me three years to do it.

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    I conceived of a Scotch Martini, and discovered via web searches that it was already a concept.

    I tried it at home with a little of my 3 dollar bottle of The Glenlivet and I think regular Tanqueray. Although I have a bottle of Hayman's (London Dry) Gin going right now. Interesting story. They sold Beefeater and then relaunched with some slightly different recipes.

    I tried one at the tap bar, too, but he overdid the Scotch a bit and used sweet mild gin so it didn't have quite the same effect.

    Other beers at the tap bar, of course.

    And at one point at home I consumed a can of http://www.lancasterbomberale.co.uk/
    It was not as plain plonky (London Pride-ish) as I sort of expected it would be. But then afterwards I noticed the awards on the can.

    http://www.lcbo.com/lcbo/product/lan...ber-ale/271809

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    Am I the only one on this forum who drinks alcohol anymore?

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    Some of us just don't post about it. (Or maybe some of us are embarrassed to admit how much we drink. )

    Right now, I'm having a Yuengling. Yesterday I had a large mug of Pacifico at a Mexican restaurant. The day before that I had a rum (Bacardi Gold) and cola (Virgil's Real Cola.) I occasionally have a margarita made with fresh limes. I used to buy Sauza Gold, but I branched out and tried a few different tequilas in the last couple of months. Can't remember the names off-hand. We always have red wine in the cupboard. I buy something different every time I purchase wine. Just bought a couple of Samuel Smith's brews tonight at the grocery store.
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