Your alchohol of choice

Pinstar

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Arctic Fox white wine. Best of the upstate NY wines, and not too expensive as good wines go.
 

Sigel

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soju-it is a Korean alcohol derived from yams, rice and tapioca. It has very little taste, and low odor, mixes well anything, and the hangover on it is not bad.
 

Cowabungaa

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I rarely drink, but I do enjoy a fine, sparkling and sweet glass of Italian moscato wine, or any sweet white wine. Baily's is also pretty enjoyable every now and then. I still prefer Lipton Ice over all of those though.
 

Gaderael

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Jagermeister: The alcohol so good they wrote a song about it.
Jager + Goldschlager = Liquid Cocaine shot! Go freaking good. I don't drink much, but there have been a few good times where I've gotten bombed on these.
Guiness, of course.
Eric's Red (local beer).
Rickard's Red.
Keith's Red.
Old Mecca, straight no chaser.
 

R3dF41c0n

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Jack Daniels, because it makes you feel like a man.

"I'll take a Jack and Coke any day." -Duke Nukem
 

salbarragan

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I love the people who posted on this thread that they don't like alcohol. I figured the title of the thread would keep those people away. ce la vie (SP? I didnt take french).

For my money, I love a dark beer. Consequently, I am really loving a good oatmeal stout.
 

xXGeckoXx

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xmetatr0nx said:
Nothing beats a proper martini, either gin or vodka. As for beer, just a good ol pint of Guinness or Harp.
Add some tonic water to the gin on that list and that is basically mine.
 

RufusMcLaser

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Vodka, of good quality; Smirnoff, Skyy, Absolut and Grey Goose are all on the list. Ideally it will be mixed with cranberry juice, orange juice, or peach ice tea. I have a soft spot for Skyy; it was the first thing I ever got good n' drunk on.

I'm not much of a wine drinker, but during my time in Germany I became fond of Riesling and will generally prefer it over anything else. I've never developed a taste for beer, it all taste like dishwater to me.
 

JohnSmith

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Stone's Ginger Beer. Really good ginger beer flavour. My other favourite is Stone's Green ginger wine + Spiced Mead + Whiskey + Stone's Ginger Beer in a 2:1:1:bottle mix.
 

Mullahgrrl

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Altorin said:
RedMenace said:
Beer. Gosser (with : above o) to be precise. Guiness if I feel like having a dark beer. If none of the above are available, than any other German (or just north-east european) brand will do.

IF I want a cocktail than I get Emerald Island (Irish Whiskey with Midori and splash of lime)
for your future reference the : above certain european letters is called an Umlaut
Only in german, the scandinavian languages have nothing over their letters. Å, Ä and Ö ARE letters.
 

theklng

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any good single malt whiskey with/sans rocks. i'm also a fan of jim beam's bourbon. occasionally some swedish cider, preferably with sour/green apple liquor in it.