guinness and anything really that is not domestic... (cept micro brewries like sam adams)
has anybody ever tried Smithwicks? a red irish ale... it has only been available in bottles for a short time... but i just discovered it on tap....it is really good!!! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Smithwicks
i prefer tomatin single malt 12 yr old.... very reasonably priced at $20 but very good nice light peaty finish...
i think i invented a drink i call it a "black & plaidie"
Beer - becks (i know loads of folk don't like it, but it's the only one i drink), try and make it chilled please
Whisky - Loch Fyne
Slightly sweet and slightly smoky, The Loch Fyne (£15.90) appeals to malt whisky fans as an easy-drinking, well flavoured blended whisky; something to drink and enjoy rather than concentrate on. We have given The Loch Fyne to the top professional tasting writers and while all enjoy it, their tasting notes are completely different! proof that it is something for everyone! Soon after its launch The Loch Fyne won the bronze award in the blended whisky class at the influential International Wine & Spirit Competition. The Gold Medal went to the world's top selling Scotch, Johnnie Walker Red Label.
I have many funny coinkydinkies when browsing these forums--
I am drinking my fave drink- which is my hubby's homemade hard cider with a cap of (sigh- I feel as if we are all too predictable here) Guinness. It's called a Crown Float. I asked him to share his cider making tips but he said it's the same as any book would tell you. We support a local farmer though, about 4 bushels a year-- light and crispy as champagne. I'm not partial or anything, but it's a phenomenal combo.
His fave Scotches: Lagavulin 16 yo, Caol Isla 18 yo, Couvrer 12 yo single single
Her fave drink: Hendrix martini
No shooters for either, but I love good microbrew beers. My faves are Dogfish Head ale, Flying Dog ale, and most things from the Magic Hat line.
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