#1 2008-10-28 09:55:39

http://www.united-nations-of-beer.com/images/innis-gunn-original-21028.jpg

http://www.innisandgunn.com/

*sticky this so we can sample the horrible taste in alcohol JLP has.*

Last edited by Scotty (2008-10-28 10:05:50)

Offline

 

#2 2008-10-28 09:57:02

Dude, it's 9:00 a.m. here.  I'm drinking vanilla soy milk.

Offline

 

#3 2008-10-28 09:59:26

Guinness. It's 10:00 here.

A good breakfast drink alone, and also makes a tasty Irish Car Bomb for lunch!

Offline

 

#4 2008-10-28 10:04:35

headkicker_girl wrote:

Dude, it's 9:00 a.m. here.  I'm drinking vanilla soy milk.

Clarification, "Currently" carries two connotations around these heyah pots:

1) The penchant most High Streeters have for self medication clearly means some of us are actually drinking copious amounts of alcohol at any given time during the day.

2) It also means what is currently at the top of your Happy Hour want list.

Thread rule, since I am the OP, please provide a link to the brewery/distillery/bathtub where your concoction is created so we can learn more.

Alternate Thread Title:

http://www.ddimas.com/images/5%20oclock%20somewhere.png

Offline

 

#5 2008-10-28 10:09:14

Scotty wrote:

headkicker_girl wrote:

Dude, it's 9:00 a.m. here.  I'm drinking vanilla soy milk.

Clarification, "Currently" carries two connotations around these heyah pots:

1) The penchant most High Streeters have for self medication clearly means some of us are actually drinking copious amounts of alcohol at any given time during the day.

2) It also means what is currently at the top of your Happy Hour want list.

Thread rule, since I am the OP, please provide a link to the brewery/distillery/bathtub where your concoction is created so we can learn more.

Alternate Thread Title:


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Irish_Car_Bomb































http://www.ddimas.com/images/5%20oclock%20somewhere.png

Offline

 

#6 2008-10-28 10:13:29

1.  Lagavulin 16 year single malt (when there is money burning a hole in my pocket)

2.  Bulliet bourbon on the rocks (when there is not)

Last edited by Fled (2008-10-28 10:13:43)

Offline

 

#7 2008-10-28 10:18:27

I'm having a morning-cap of my favourite Islay tipple:
http://i35.tinypic.com/25u5jmd.jpg
This particular nectar changed the way I relate to scotch.
Before Ardbeg I was a Highland drinker - the Macallan, etc. -sweetish, heather-toned flavours.
Ardbeg tromps across your tongue with its jackboots on: peat, iodine, smoke and fish all caught between the nails...but somehow it all balances out to create a smooth and delicious scotch.

Offline

 

#8 2008-10-28 10:21:31

I'm drinking a God Damned Yuengling with my breakfast of bacon, scrambled eggs and (non-psychoactive, alas) mushrooms.

It is fantastic.

Generally I favor a good wheat beer: Erdinger and Franziskaner are a couple personal favorites.  In terms of liquor I stick mostly to bourbon these days: George Dickel's #12 mash, usually, unless I can afford a good cask strength bourbon.

Last edited by jesusluvspegging (2008-10-28 10:24:09)

Offline

 

#9 2008-10-28 10:23:23

jesusluvspegging wrote:

I'm drinking a God Damned Yuengling with my breakfast of bacon, scrambled eggs and (non-psychoactive, alas) mushrooms.

It is fantastic.

So...you're confessing to urolagnia?

Offline

 

#11 2008-10-28 10:33:17

Pale Ale #2 (my brew)

Wahrsteiner when I'm on the commercial stuff.

When I'm flush I prefer this:

http://us.st12.yimg.com/us.st.yimg.com/I/wineglobe-store_2024_55889347

Offline

 

#12 2008-10-28 10:35:05

I haven't had that one, Emm, I'll have to hunt down a bottle.

Offline

 

#13 2008-10-28 10:37:25

jesusluvspegging wrote:

I haven't had that one, Emm, I'll have to hunt down a bottle.

Only the best, find it here

Offline

 

#14 2008-10-28 10:38:24

Emmeran wrote:

jesusluvspegging wrote:

I haven't had that one, Emm, I'll have to hunt down a bottle.

Only the best, find it here

119 bucks?  Mary's shredded hymen, no wonder I haven't had any.

Offline

 

#15 2008-10-28 10:41:20

Akevitt right out of the freezer.

Offline

 

#16 2008-10-28 10:45:43

MSG Tripps wrote:

Akevitt right out of the freezer.

I love that stuff.  It's like drinking rye bread, if rye bread fucked you up.

Last edited by jesusluvspegging (2008-10-28 10:45:57)

Offline

 

#17 2008-10-28 10:56:50

Mezcal and a padded room.

Offline

 

#18 2008-10-28 11:03:43

MSG Tripps wrote:

Mezcal and a padded room.

Ever had any pulque?

Offline

 

#19 2008-10-28 11:33:58

jesusluvspegging wrote:

Pulque

Honestly I don't know.  I drank stuff [alcohol] in Mesoamerica that I had very little clue about.

Offline

 

#20 2008-10-28 11:35:38

MSG Tripps wrote:

jesusluvspegging wrote:

Pulque

Honestly I don't know.  I drank stuff [alcohol] in Mesoamerica that I had very little clue about.

It's a somewhat sour cactus beer.  Good stuff.

Last edited by jesusluvspegging (2008-10-28 11:36:48)

Offline

 

#21 2008-10-28 11:38:45

jesusluvspegging wrote:

Emmeran wrote:

jesusluvspegging wrote:

I haven't had that one, Emm, I'll have to hunt down a bottle.

Only the best, find it here

119 bucks?  Mary's shredded hymen, no wonder I haven't had any.

It's a two year bottle, I only have occaisional's from it - if I want more I drop down to Woodford Reserve or that ilk.

Offline

 

#22 2008-10-28 12:12:36


Friends arrived from the south of France, bringing me a bottle of Versinthe, Absinthe.  A product of Provence.  Tasty.

Offline

 

#23 2008-10-28 15:32:56

http://i35.tinypic.com/2w2hlcn.jpg

Offline

 

#24 2008-10-28 15:58:51

Tonic or cola?

Offline

 

#25 2008-10-28 16:13:03

I stick with the classics:

http://www.tequilasource.com/bottles/pics/patron-silver_3002_r2.jpg

http://www.trinigourmet.com/wp-content/uploads/10CaneRum.jpg

Offline

 

Board footer

high-street.org