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    Fourth of July drinks?

    I just went and picked up Abita's Big Easy IPA, some Ballast Point mango Even Keel and Long Ireland's Balor IPA. What's in your can for the 4th? Or bottle, or cup. But I like cans..

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      Originally posted by Joshatkarps View Post
      I just went and picked up Abita's Big Easy IPA, some Ballast Point mango Even Keel and Long Ireland's Balor IPA. What's in your can for the 4th? Or bottle, or cup. But I like large jiggly cans..
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      Last edited by LazyLab; 06-30-2016, 03:33 PM.

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        from the title of this posting I just assumed you were buying for everyone. You know, members helping members!!! Why are you buying beer anyway when you sell all that home brewing stuff?

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          #5
          LazyLab I love those michelobs, great hot day in the sun type of beer to me

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            #6
            Where's OUP, I need a good laugh. Remember the picture of his "beer fridge"?? Jam packed with Zimas, every flavor Shmirnoff Ice imaginable, almost as many Mikes Hard Lemonades to choose from, tons of Twisted Teas.....and like 2-3 Sam Adams tucked off to the side. Make me giggle just thinking about it.

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              #7
              Aside from beer, my main summer drink is cranberry juice and vodka. Always refreshing.
              Give a man fire, and he stays warm for one night. Set a man on fire, and he stays warm for the rest of his life.

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                #8
                Beam and ginger with a big squeeze of lime.
                You know what kind of people I really don't like?
                Other people.

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                  #9
                  Very little beats a nice cold beer this time of year. However, last year my son introduced me to a coconut vodka and red bull drink...not too shabby!

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                    #10
                    I drink gin and tonic pretty much year-round. Sometimes week-round these days.

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                      #11
                      Tanguay 10 and Tonic

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                        #12
                        Bourbon

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by MikeM View Post
                          from the title of this posting I just assumed you were buying for everyone. You know, members helping members!!! Why are you buying beer anyway when you sell all that home brewing stuff?
                          I firmly believe in capitalism, if someone is willing to work hard and produce a product so I don't have to; I'll happily pay for it! I've brewed, it's work. I'm more of what you'd call "a drinker" =D

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                            #14
                            Originally posted by MikeM View Post
                            from the title of this posting I just assumed you were buying for everyone. You know, members helping members!!! Why are you buying beer anyway when you sell all that home brewing stuff?
                            Well, I'll happily share my beer with you! I've got a bunch of large bottles I've collected but you gotta like sour beer. Like made to be sour, not like a Coors left out too long

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                              #15
                              Originally posted by Mikey Ravioli View Post
                              Beam and ginger with a big squeeze of lime.
                              Also good, I'll do dark rum with the same combo and get a Dark n stormy

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