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Posted: 01-Nov-2004, 12:25 PM
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Posted: 01-Nov-2004, 05:05 PM
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I have to say this thread has been entertaining. Now having said that, I don't know why I'm reading it as I'm almost a complete tee-totaler. I have been known to imbibe a glass of wine over dinner very occasionally, usually while dining out. Bailey's (or something similar) over ice is indeed very pleasant under the right circumstances. My whiskey of choice is Maker's Mark, when I do decide to partake. The best whiskey I've every encountered was something imported from Ireland, and given to me by a friend. It came in a small green and white jug. It may have been Tullamore Dew, but I'm not sure. It's been years back. I'm more inclined to believe it was something unpronounceable. But I do remember it was smooth as a baby's bottom.

My poison of choice is Diet Pepsi. It has so many preservatives and chemicals, I'll either be embalmed before I die, or be so toxic they'll have to bury me in a lead-lined coffin.


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Whisky...never had it! pooh.gif


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QUOTE (dragonboy3611 @ 08-Nov-2004, 04:54 PM)
Whisky...never had it!  pooh.gif

It warms the body and soul tongue.gif


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QUOTE (sprdleyb @ 08-Nov-2004, 07:06 PM)
It warms the body and soul tongue.gif

It keeps ghouls and vampires away, too! tongue.gif


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QUOTE (maisky @ 09-Nov-2004, 02:41 PM)
It keeps ghouls and vampires away, too! tongue.gif

Or makes you see them, depending on the amount enjoyed tongue.gif
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Posted: 11-Nov-2004, 09:05 AM
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QUOTE (sprdleyb @ 08-Nov-2004, 08:06 PM)
It warms the body and soul tongue.gif

I just bet it does!
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Actually, it starts with a burning sensation, then begins to warm. wink.gif

Fullows, I've got my new favorite ale. Though, it's not called an ale of any kind. It has the texture and flavour of a hearty stout, with a molases taste but no yeasty flavour like in Guinness. It's McEwan's Malt Liquor Scotch. No, it's not Whisky, it's an Ale. Just doesn't say so anywhere on the bottle or packaging.

Anyway, it's one of the best full flavoured ale's I've tried, and has a hefty 8%. It's cheaper than Kilkenny, ($12 for a sixer rather than $11 for a four pack), so I can see myself having some good times with McEwan's.

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ok, so on the bottle in this image it says Scotch Ale. rolleyes.gif The bottles I bought for Danann's party did not. And yes, I can read when tipsy. tongue.gif


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And yes, I can read when tipsy. tongue.gif

Would not have insinuated anything else! tongue.gif

McEwan's makes a couple of different beers, a scottish porter among them. But I agree, the scotch ale is my favorite of them.

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