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Andres pink champagne

I like to celebrate little victories with a bottle of Andres. 

Like, hey, I made it to the weekend. 
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]and mack: I am surprised you could buy wine at the grocery store during prohibition.
I think he's talking about before the prohibition laws were passed.


Prohibition didn't affect me due to the grandfather clause.
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Originally posted by deadeye007 deadeye007 wrote:

Back in the day I would buy a gallon of heaven hill vodka ($10) and a two liter of Minute maid pink lemon aid. It was my drink before I liked the taste of beer.

Now I just alternate between Miller Lite and Miller High Life with the occasional Old Milwaukee or Amber Bock on the side.

So, you still don't like beer. Sleepy

e: When I feel like drinking water in a can I, too, favor high life, though olympia/rainier are often cheaper, so I buy tallboys of those instead.



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Please drink craft beer, preferably something made within 50 miles of you.


Moosehead is made within 5 miles of me... does that count?
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I remember when I was a beer snob for a little while too. 
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Originally posted by BARREL BREAK BARREL BREAK wrote:

Please drink craft beer, preferably something made within 50 miles of you.



Moosehead is made within 5 miles of me... does that count?



Ahhhh Moosehead. On the mainland, it's a beer. In Newfoundland, it's 2nd base (and a misdemeanor!) *cymbal crash*
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I can drink a craft brew, then follow it up with a sixer of something that costs less than that single craft. I'm versatile like that.

Also, being in NCSD, I have a decent number of locally brewed stuff to hit up.
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Originally posted by tallen702 tallen702 wrote:

Originally posted by Rofl_Mao Rofl_Mao wrote:


Originally posted by BARREL BREAK BARREL BREAK wrote:

Please drink craft beer, preferably something made within 50 miles of you.



Moosehead is made within 5 miles of me... does that count?



Ahhhh Moosehead. On the mainland, it's a beer. In Newfoundland, it's 2nd base (and a misdemeanor!) *cymbal crash*


Aha, yeah that still applies on the mainland as well.
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Originally posted by agentwhale007 agentwhale007 wrote:

I remember when I was a beer snob for a little while too. 

Comes with the territory, you can't throw an empty in the PNW without hitting a new brewery, the highschool beers of choice were full sail (now pretty much a macro), and you could smell it throughout the town when they were brewing.

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Originally posted by deadeye007 deadeye007 wrote:

Back in the day I would buy a gallon of heaven hill vodka ($10) and a two liter of Minute maid pink lemon aid. It was my drink before I liked the taste of beer.

Now I just alternate between Miller Lite and Miller High Life with the occasional Old Milwaukee or Amber Bock on the side.

So, you don't like Hipster beer. Sleepy

e: When I feel like drinking water in a can I, too, favor high life, though olympia/rainier are often cheaper, so I buy tallboys of those instead.



I fixed your quote. I'm always open for suggestions on something new. Not a fan of IPAs though.
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When I feel like drinking water in a can I drink water of all things. Crazy isn't it.
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Originally posted by Lightningbolt Lightningbolt wrote:

When I feel like drinking water in a can I drink water of all things. Crazy isn't it.


You buy canned water? It's not not crazy.
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Never said I bought it. I drink water from various containers but no not really cans. My preference is two
liter bottles.
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Water is the best beverage, truly it is the water of life. One of the main reasons I don't see myself living in a large city is tap-water quality.
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Originally posted by usafpilot07 usafpilot07 wrote:

Originally posted by Lightningbolt Lightningbolt wrote:

When I feel like drinking water in a can I drink water of all things. Crazy isn't it.


You buy canned water? It's not not crazy.
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Water is the best beverage, truly it is the water of life. One of the main reasons I don't see myself living in a large city is tap-water quality.
I live in a very small town and our tap water is barely drinkable by EPA standards and tastes disgusting. I thought NY tap water was actually pretty tasty in comparison.
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Originally posted by oldpbnoob oldpbnoob wrote:

Originally posted by BARREL BREAK BARREL BREAK wrote:

Water is the best beverage, truly it is the water of life. One of the main reasons I don't see myself living in a large city is tap-water quality.
I live in a very small town and our tap water is barely drinkable by EPA standards and tastes disgusting. I thought NY tap water was actually pretty tasty in comparison.


Same. I have lived in two pretty small towns(<30k), and our water quality is subpar
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I was going to say... Milwaukee has some of the cleanest water now due to the whole cryptospridium scare in the 90s. 
 
Also, high life is wonderful.


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