What are you drinking?

mmmm-beer

#21

Nice, I do find the Asian beers a little lacking flavour most of the time.


#22

Drinking some Hoegaarden right now. It’s okay, White Beer seems to get a bit insipid too quick.


#23

@dobbie - you ever try brewing your own? Worked with a guy that did that. Helped him brew a batch of ale once. Tasted ok, turned out a bit flat, but that was by design. The guy liked low carbonation beer.

At university, one of the guys was from Kentucky. His cousin sent him a jug of moonshine; family recipie that went back to the 1800’s. That stuff was just nasty but kicked like a mule.


#24

Excellent! We have a craft beer trend in South Africa at the moment. Lots of us are brewing beer now. When I was still studying, we did that because it was cheaper to get drunk.

I’ve mad a passable weizen with my brother, but he’s mostly the expert. He brews some great brown ales.


#25

Nice, homebrewing is super commonplace back where I was raised


#26

No I haven’t but my Dad used to do it all the time. Man that stuff he brewed had a kick to it.


#27

@PackRat, I’ve got an old neighbor (relatively speaking, the homes here are miles apart) who’s got a working still handed down from his Father, he offers a shot of his hootch every time we see him but have never been brave enough to give it a go… He uses it primarily to clean his tractor’s engine parts during the off season Hahaha!

One day maybe.


#28

Miller light. Usually what we have at home.

Had some whiskey tonics Friday.

Buffalo trace is my favorite bourbon straight. If mixing then Jim Beam.


#29

Brewed in Tempe AZ - about 15 miles away from my house.

Kiltlifter from Four Peaks Brewery


#30

Wow, that looks uber tasty.


#31

No photo but lately its been:

Montieths black
Montieths xpa
Guinness and
Coopers Dark ale


#32

Looks good to me !

Breakfast time here, so black coffee on my side.


#33

Water, milk and lemonades. I used to drink a lot of alcoholic juice but since I’m living with my Czech gypsie wife and family I quit alcohol 100%. I have no regrets at all. I feel much better.


#34

Had to quit: last time it happened I almost got married :cold_sweat:


#35

lol, a good reason right !


#36

@pippo Hehehe! I don’t know, can’t imagine not being married. I suppose my training’s complete :slightly_smiling_face:

@wammes, God’s Teeth! Czech gypsie wife & …Family? Vaya con Dios man, I don’t feel so bad now :grin:


#37

I’m the same, coning up 15 years married this September. About 21 years together with Vic.


#38

Currently drinking “la chouffe”, caus’ I don’t have any guiness =(
beeeeeeeer


#39

@Glenn. Life has never been better. I’m Dutch from origine but I’ve never felt more alive. Cikani culture is very old. The people have strong social life. Bad gypsies drink a lot. But most of them are warm hearted. I love my wife and the way of living it gave me. I’ve never been happier :wink:


#40

Happy for you guys, never felt the need to marry on my end , my job didn t permit much( highway trucker, hauling mainly east-mid west Canada-US routes. Some times out up to 6 weeks at the time, wonder which woman would endure that !