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#21 Midway Hawker

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Posted 04 April 2005 - 06:46 PM

QUOTE (1-0-0-1-0-0-1 @ Apr 4 2005, 04:05 PM)
QUOTE (Earthshine @ Apr 4 2005, 04:07 PM)
I thought Rotating your stock is what farmers do?

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I got that saying from an old Budweiser commercial. The bartender in the ad was talking about how Anheiser Busch tells the bars to rotate their stock of Bud bottles to keep the fresh beer moving. The way he said "Rotate my stock!" was funny for some reason, and me and my friends used to make fun of him.

You had to be there...

What Anheiser Busch neglects to say in their ads is, no matter fresh their beers are, they still taste like shit.  062802puke_prv.gif

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Thanks for clarifying!!!!

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Posted 04 April 2005 - 07:02 PM

QUOTE (1-0-0-1-0-0-1 @ Apr 4 2005, 07:05 PM)
What Anheiser Busch neglects to say in their ads is, no matter fresh their beers are, they still taste like shit.  062802puke_prv.gif

I agree with the exception of Amber Bock. For a domestic wussy beer, it's not bad.

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Posted 04 April 2005 - 10:04 PM

QUOTE (Snowdog @ Apr 4 2005, 08:02 PM)
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What Anheiser Busch neglects to say in their ads is, no matter fresh their beers are, they still taste like shit.  062802puke_prv.gif

I agree with the exception of Amber Bock. For a domestic wussy beer, it's not bad.

I've never tried a bock beer. Sam Adams makes a chocolate bock that's supposed to be real good.

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Posted 05 April 2005 - 01:54 AM

QUOTE (Alsgalpal @ Apr 4 2005, 01:16 PM)
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Had Muscato before, is it similar to Muscat?  It tasted like fermented apple juice.  062802puke_prv.gif


My favorite wine is Mueller Thurgau. I can drink that stuff, so yummy...   drool1.gif

I'm not sure, I don't think I've had Muscato. Is it also a semi-dry white? Now that I think about it, one could say it resembles apple juice every so slightly.

Is the dry where it makes your mouth want to turn inside out?  I don't understand how they can call it dry, its still wet...  wacko.gif  laugh.gif

Somehow it sucks all the moisture out of your gums. That is odd considering we're talking about a liquid, but it's why I like dry wine.

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Posted 05 April 2005 - 11:25 AM

QUOTE (physics23 @ Apr 5 2005, 01:54 AM)
QUOTE (Alsgalpal @ Apr 4 2005, 01:16 PM)
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Had Muscato before, is it similar to Muscat?  It tasted like fermented apple juice.  062802puke_prv.gif


My favorite wine is Mueller Thurgau. I can drink that stuff, so yummy...   drool1.gif

I'm not sure, I don't think I've had Muscato. Is it also a semi-dry white? Now that I think about it, one could say it resembles apple juice every so slightly.

Is the dry where it makes your mouth want to turn inside out?  I don't understand how they can call it dry, its still wet...  wacko.gif  laugh.gif

Somehow it sucks all the moisture out of your gums. That is odd considering we're talking about a liquid, but it's why I like dry wine.

So, I guess you will just have to keep drinking the stuff to keep the moisture in that it keeps sucking out...   unsure.gif  That is just sounding wrong....   laugh.gif

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Posted 16 April 2005 - 07:23 PM

  trink38.gif This is not going to reflect well on me but here goes...

Seagream Gin
Absolut Peppar
Glenlivet
Jamesons
Macallan 12yr
Glenfiddich 18yr
Tanqueray
Don Julio Reposado
Johnnie Walker Collection (200ml bottle of Black Red Gold and BLUE!!)
Soon to not be Brand New 12 pack of Corona (gonna be 70's tomm!!)
Killians (1 left)
Heineken(also 1 left)
Jose Cuervo (regular)
Johnnie Walker
E&J VSOP BRandy
E&J VS Cognac
Bacardi Silver
Bacardi 151
Captain Morgan
Cointreau
Chambord
Kahlua
Canadian Mist

No Im not a raging alcoholic!!. Putting together a home bar complete with 3 tap beer dispenser. Told ya this wasnt gonna make me look good!!


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Posted 16 April 2005 - 08:13 PM

QUOTE (Want2bLikeBrutus @ Apr 16 2005, 08:23 PM)
trink38.gif This is not going to reflect well on me but here goes...

Seagream Gin
Absolut Peppar
Glenlivet
Jamesons
Macallan 12yr
Glenfiddich 18yr
Tanqueray
Don Julio Reposado
Johnnie Walker Collection (200ml bottle of Black Red Gold and BLUE!!)
Soon to not be Brand New 12 pack of Corona (gonna be 70's tomm!!)
Killians (1 left)
Heineken(also 1 left)
Jose Cuervo (regular)
Johnnie Walker
E&J VSOP BRandy
E&J VS Cognac
Bacardi Silver
Bacardi 151
Captain Morgan
Cointreau
Chambord
Kahlua
Canadian Mist

No Im not a raging alcoholic!!. Putting together a home bar complete with 3 tap beer dispenser. Told ya this wasnt gonna make me look good!!

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Posted 16 April 2005 - 11:30 PM

QUOTE (Want2bLikeBrutus @ Apr 16 2005, 08:23 PM)
trink38.gif This is not going to reflect well on me but here goes...

Seagream Gin
Absolut Peppar
Glenlivet
Jamesons
Macallan 12yr
Glenfiddich 18yr
Tanqueray
Don Julio Reposado
Johnnie Walker Collection (200ml bottle of Black Red Gold and BLUE!!)
Soon to not be Brand New 12 pack of Corona (gonna be 70's tomm!!)
Killians (1 left)
Heineken(also 1 left)
Jose Cuervo (regular)
Johnnie Walker
E&J VSOP BRandy
E&J VS Cognac
Bacardi Silver
Bacardi 151
Captain Morgan
Cointreau
Chambord
Kahlua
Canadian Mist

No Im not a raging alcoholic!!. Putting together a home bar complete with 3 tap beer dispenser. Told ya this wasnt gonna make me look good!!

Very impressive! But you need a bottle of Patron tequila for those special occasions!  trink39.gif  

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Posted 16 April 2005 - 11:30 PM

QUOTE (RushRevisited @ Apr 16 2005, 08:13 PM)
QUOTE (Want2bLikeBrutus @ Apr 16 2005, 08:23 PM)
trink38.gif This is not going to reflect well on me but here goes...

Seagream Gin
Absolut Peppar
Glenlivet
Jamesons
Macallan 12yr
Glenfiddich 18yr
Tanqueray
Don Julio Reposado
Johnnie Walker Collection (200ml bottle of Black Red Gold and BLUE!!)
Soon to not be Brand New 12 pack of Corona (gonna be 70's tomm!!)
Killians (1 left)
Heineken(also 1 left)
Jose Cuervo (regular)
Johnnie Walker
E&J VSOP BRandy
E&J VS Cognac
Bacardi Silver
Bacardi 151
Captain Morgan
Cointreau
Chambord
Kahlua
Canadian Mist

No Im not a raging alcoholic!!. Putting together a home bar complete with 3 tap beer dispenser. Told ya this wasnt gonna make me look good!!

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maybe not "raging" but well on your way rofl3.gif  rofl3.gif  rofl3.gif


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Posted 16 April 2005 - 11:41 PM

Very impressive..  I love all the Scotch, especially the Johnie Walker..   Love the Gin and Tequila..   Now you just need a bit of American Bourbon like Jim Beam, Wild Turkey, or Maker's Mark....   yes.gif  

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Posted 17 April 2005 - 01:14 AM

QUOTE (Earthshine @ Apr 17 2005, 12:41 AM)
Very impressive..  I love all the Scotch, especially the Johnie Walker..   Love the Gin and Tequila..   Now you just need a bit of American Bourbon like Jim Beam, Wild Turkey, or Maker's Mark....   yes.gif

Earthshine is our resident bourbon scholar...heed his advice.  yes.gif  trink39.gif  

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Posted 17 April 2005 - 01:30 AM

QUOTE (1-0-0-1-0-0-1 @ Apr 16 2005, 11:30 PM)
QUOTE (Want2bLikeBrutus @ Apr 16 2005, 08:23 PM)
trink38.gif This is not going to reflect well on me but here goes...

Seagream Gin
Absolut Peppar
Glenlivet
Jamesons
Macallan 12yr
Glenfiddich 18yr
Tanqueray
Don Julio Reposado
Johnnie Walker Collection (200ml bottle of Black Red Gold and BLUE!!)
Soon to not be Brand New 12 pack of Corona (gonna be 70's tomm!!)
Killians (1 left)
Heineken(also 1 left)
Jose Cuervo (regular)
Johnnie Walker
E&J VSOP BRandy
E&J VS Cognac
Bacardi Silver
Bacardi 151
Captain Morgan
Cointreau
Chambord
Kahlua
Canadian Mist

No Im not a raging alcoholic!!. Putting together a home bar complete with 3 tap beer dispenser. Told ya this wasnt gonna make me look good!!

Very impressive! But you need a bottle of Patron tequila for those special occasions!  trink39.gif

There is no Patron but he does have some Don Julio which is very good also. I bought a bottle of Don Eduardo plato last week and I think I might like it even better than Patron.

That is definitely a very impressive bar. Every time I try to put a bar together at home I end up drinking the inventory faster than I can stock it.  trink39.gif  

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Posted 17 April 2005 - 01:35 AM

QUOTE (bardan @ Apr 17 2005, 02:30 AM)
Every time I try to put a bar together at home I end up drinking the inventory faster than I can stock it.  trink39.gif

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BTW, I picked up some more Rouge Dead Man Ale today. My fridge is a veritable ale warehouse.  trink38.gif  

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Posted 17 April 2005 - 01:39 AM

QUOTE (1-0-0-1-0-0-1 @ Apr 17 2005, 01:35 AM)
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Every time I try to put a bar together at home I end up drinking the inventory faster than I can stock it.  trink39.gif

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BTW, I picked up some more Rouge Dead Man Ale today. My fridge is a veritable ale warehouse.  trink38.gif

You can never have too much ale onhand. I've been considering getting another fridge just to fill it up with beer!  trink38.gif  

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Posted 17 April 2005 - 01:45 AM

These are the ales I have right now:

Mendocino "Eye Of The Hawk" Ale
Mendocino "Blue Heron" Pale Ale
Magic Hat "Jinx" Smoked Ale
Rogue "Dead Man" Ale
Dogfish Head "Raison D'Etre" Belgian Ale
Theakston "Old Peculier" Ale

No IPAs there. My local distrib guy is out of my usual Victory HopDevil IPA, and he's waiting for his first shipment of Stone IPA. He had some Blue Point Hoptical Illusion IPA...it's good, but it's a little too dry at the finish, so I'm holding out for the good stuff.

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Posted 16 June 2005 - 12:01 AM

Because you're all wondering what's in the fridge...

Ales
North Coast Red Seal
Theakston Old Peculier
Sierra Nevada Pale
Rogue Dead Guy
Brooklyn Monster
Dogfish Head Raison D'Etra

IPAs
Victory HopDevil
North Coast Acme

Stouts
Guinness
Samuel Smith's Oatmeal

Pilsners
Victory Prima Pils

No two beers alike on that list.  trink38.gif  

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Posted 29 October 2005 - 02:25 PM

My local beer guy has been selling more single bottles, so I've been able to sample a lot of different new beers without having to buy six-packs. That means my fridge's beer shelf is looking pretty colorful -- and FULL!

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Ales and IPAs
Chimay Premiere Belgian Ale
Mendocino White Hawk IPA
Flying Dog "Horn Dog" Barleywine-Style Ale
Rogue Dead Guy Ale
Sierra Nevada Celebration IPA
Victory HopDevil IPA

Oktoberfest Lagers
Hacker-Pschorr Original Oktoberfest  1022.gif
Brooklyn Oktoberfest
Samuel Adams Octoberfest

Stouts and Porters
Rogue Mocha Porter
Victory Imperial Stout
Samuel Smith's Oatmeal Stout
Guinness Stout (that can has been in there for about a year now!)

Pilsners
  Victory Prima Pils

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Posted 29 October 2005 - 02:37 PM

Brooklyn Oktoberfest

I was at the Bk Brewery the other day with a few friends and we were enjoying a couple of these, it is october after all trink38.gif

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Posted 09 November 2005 - 01:09 PM

This might be a record for me, but currently in the fridge I have 3, count them, 3 different beers/ales...   Normally I buy one thing at a time and drink it until it's gone before I buy more..  But I've already got the holiday spirit (which means more drinking than normal, and holiday booze gift packs) so my selection in the fridge has never been better (for me, LOL)...    

Sierra Nevada Celebration Ale  drool1.gif  (yeah, it's finally here!!  Been waiting for this!!!  I think it's my absolute favorite!   6.8% ABV.  A great IPA for the holidays)
Full Sail Amber Ale (finally tried the Amber and it is better!)
Red Horse Ale (Sacramento Brewing Co.)

In the Cupboard:

Beefeater London Dry Gin (94 proof)   drool1.gif
Wild Turkey Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey (101 proof)
El Jimedor Tequila

Heck, I even have some wine in there...  That is a stacked house for me.  

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Posted 10 November 2005 - 03:49 PM

In my fridge is spring water, caffiene-free diet coke and pineapple juice.  In the cupboard is caffiene-free coffee, sugar-free hot chocolate, some sugar-free non-dairy creamer and celestial seasonings chamomile tea...






Wait a sec, how did I get in THIS forum?  unsure.gif

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