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    1. mEvenden

      mEvenden Member

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      What's your favorite alcoholic drink? I'm partial to one or two of these:

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    3. Pete

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      A pint of the black stuff- Guinness - from the right place.

      Best pint - Founders Arms in London (E1)
      Worst - Jongleurs (comedy club)in Leicester... it was off, tasted like oil and made me ill for 2 days!#

      Oh... and... well, my guilty pleasure - Irish Cream - cheaper the better!
       
    4. mvalenti

      mvalenti Well-Known Member

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      Hmmmm tough question....

      Gin and tonic, when i'm on a mission...

      crappy coors light ice cold on a hot summer day working in the yard...

      Guinness, from a reputable establishment.
       
    5. matt_decat

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      I nice cold carlton draught on tap always hits the spot:
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      If I really want to hit the turps, absinthe is always a winner:
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    6. GarethW

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      Not my favorite alcoholic drink by far, but I'm quite nostalgic about this stuff:

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    7. GarethW

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      When I was in China a few weeks ago I found a couple of cans of Taiwan Beer in the local shop! It was a nice suprise, but I was disappointed when I tasted it - really not that good at all :( On a par with any cheapo British lager. Tsingtao is much better out there.
       
    8. Dana

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      Good single malt Scotch whisky (Dalwhinne and MacCallan are my current favorites), but my budget doesn't run to it that often, which may be a good thing. Gin and tonic on a hot summer day. Usually beer or ale, though (British, Canadian, American microbrews, no Budweiser-Miller megabrew crap), and the occasional bottle of red wine (especially on backpacking trips where a cooler would be kind of inconvenient ;) ) Gin and tonic on a hot summer day.
       

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