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Still Budweiser. Did you America today???

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Just had my first sip of tonight’s selection, Flying Dog ‘The Truth’ imperial ipa. Backbone’s weak and hop profile is the typical grapefruit and pine typical to ipas. I prefer some complexity like the voodoo ranger iipa, dogfish head 90 minute, great lakes lake erie monster or chillwave, etc.

I’m not fixated on ipa – I also enjoy a good scottish ale, pilsner, weitzen, abby ale, russian stout… or wine, mead, sake, port, marsala, sherry, brandy, tequila, vodka… wish I could find Furst Bismarck and Apfelkorn in my area…

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Henry’s hard orange soda.

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Camo Black. Cheap, potent, and pretty tasty when you add some sierra nevada torpedo or arrogant bastard ipa. 1/2 16 oz ipa to 24 oz camo. Even a bit of fresh squeezed lime juice can be good. I use 1/2 of a small lime per 24 oz can.

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black tea /w milk and a cup of water afterwards. trying to cut down on all sugary things, no more juices for me.

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Margaritas!

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Akvavit known locally as the “water of life” (Brännvin type vodka seasoned with herbs)

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Black coffee right now with my breakfast. Later today I’ll be doing a couple of shots of Everclear

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Real men drink Bjesk and they make it them self.
Bjesk is you using any alcohol with no or little taste of its own, and then season it with herbs of your liking, so we Danes would use a Akvavit / Snaps for that, but you could also use some Vodkas and Rum.

WIKI:
Distilling snaps at home is illegal in Scandinavian countries, unless approved by tax authorities.

Illegal home distilling, however, is a widespread tradition, especially in many rural communities of Sweden, Finland and Norway.

A tradition of “home flavouring” snaps exists in Scandinavia. This tradition is strongest in the southern areas, particularly Denmark. A snaps enthusiast will typically buy a commercially made, neutral-tasting snaps, and then add flavour to it by adding herbs found in nature or grown in a garden. For instance, in northern Denmark, various spices are added to snaps to produce a version called “bjesk”, which roughly translated means “bitter”. In Hirtshals, the Hirtshals Museum tells the story of the “bjesk”.

Popular flavours for home flavouring include Blackthorn, Bog-myrtle, Dill, Persian Walnut, St. John’s Wort, Woodruff, and Wormwood. The herbs are commonly used singly, but some enthusiasts experiment with mixing them to achieve “the perfect flavour.”

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sparkyDK wrote:
Illegal home distilling, however, is a widespread tradition, especially in many rural communities of Sweden, Finland and Norway.

Beer

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Lightbringer wrote:
sparkyDK wrote:
Illegal home distilling, however, is a widespread tradition, especially in many rural communities of Sweden, Finland and Norway.

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Nice indeed

Drinking a cheap beer with a splash of flower infused vodka (just love picking edible flowers and dump them in a bottle with 40% alcohol to see how it turns out. This time not so nice in flavor but it really mixes nice with beer.

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sparkyDK wrote:
Illegal home distilling, however, is a widespread tradition, especially in many rural communities of Sweden, Finland and Norway.

The key word here is “rural”, the mash does have a pretty potent “aroma” that is hard to hide.

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Being Saturday evening it means a few glasses of wine for the food and maybe something strong later on. The “something stronger” bottle at the current time is a “Ron Zacapa XO”, a very nice rum.
Tomorrow I am on water again.

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RollerBoySE wrote:
sparkyDK wrote:

Illegal home distilling, however, is a widespread tradition, especially in many rural communities of Sweden, Finland and Norway.

Taxes on alcohol up north just force a man to make his own.
Besides it is great fun as well doing it and drinking it, so much win, would be a crime not to Wink

The key word here is “rural”, the mash does have a pretty potent “aroma” that is hard to hide.

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Currently going through a bottle of this… for an inexpensive wine, this is actually not bad, IMO.

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well in the stores you can buy 2 beers ( 0.6 liter ) and get them cheaper than one 0.5 liter soda, just go to prove how popular the state sanctioned drugs are up here.
In total alcohol cost the Danish society more losses annual than the 3 most popular illegal drugs put together, and estimated 1.2 billion DKkr every year.

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sparkyDK wrote:
well in the stores you can buy 2 beers ( 0.6 liter ) and get them cheaper than one 0.5 liter soda, just go to prove how popular the state sanctioned drugs are up here. In total alcohol cost the Danish society more losses annual than the 3 most popular illegal drugs put together, and estimated 1.2 billion DKkr every year.

The cost of alcoholic beverages is quite a bit higher in: Sweden, Norway and Finland (than in Denmark).

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O yes indeed, when i go fishing there i always bring a bottle of nice single malt, and i have no problems making friends with the locals i meet on the river Beer

Down here its so cheap it worry me, must be a reason for it ( i suspect that’s how they give the Danes their brain control drugs )
For over half my life i have only done alcohol on new years evening, and it is fair to say my brain do not work like the ones the other 5.5 million have.

Maybe the Swedes should kick our ass again as i doubt the Dutch will bail us out this time.

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Oreo cookies and milk. cheat meal instead of a breakfast… unhealthy.. but so good Big Smile

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The Hakushu, single malt whisky, 12 years

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Grey Goose on the rocks. I’ve got a nice buzz going right now.

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Leffe Double

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Evan Williams small batch Bourbon and Coke on clear ice.
Hot as hell down here.

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I buy this stuff at €0.42 a pop when not on sale, which is about ≈$0.50 right now. Really tasty for the price imho.

Rival supermarkets have aggressively copied the recipe (off brand strong tasty beer at a fair price). 

 

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Streamer wrote:
Evan Williams small batch Bourbon and Coke on clear ice.
Hot as hell down here.

110 or above?

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