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10-19-2014, 01:26 PM
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Duvel Tripel Hop 2014. Saaz Saaz, Styrian Golding and Mosaic. 9.5%. Now this is a Beer. Tropical fruit, citrus, pepper so that it explodes in your mouth. A real flavor punch. Regular Duvel is good, this is amazing. 5/5.

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Been enjoying gin and tonics lately, or whiskey and Sprite.

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Been enjoying gin and tonics lately, or whiskey and Sprite.
The only gin and tonic I have ever had was with some cheap Seagrams gin. I did not like it at all. I've always wanted to try a gin and tonic with better gin, to see if there would be a difference.

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The only gin and tonic I have ever had was with some cheap Seagrams gin. I did not like it at all. I've always wanted to try a gin and tonic with better gin, to see if there would be a difference.
If you're drinking gin I would suggest Tanqueray. It's worth the extra cost. Also, try Tanqueray Rangpur with ginger ale. That's an interesting taste.

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Tanqueray is good stuff. Makes a delicious gin n tonic.

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I'm cheap and got a 1.75L of New Amsterdam for about $10 at Sam's.

I'm planning on getting a jug of rum and a jug of Bailey's knockoff next month.

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The only gin and tonic I have ever had was with some cheap Seagrams gin. I did not like it at all. I've always wanted to try a gin and tonic with better gin, to see if there would be a difference.
There might be a difference, or you might be like me and after buying one everyone swears up and down is the best, you realize juniper berries just make booze taste like someone made tea with a pine tree car freshener. That's what they do.

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And I have that glass, too!

"Borrowing" it from The Nomad

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Guinness' new blonde lager is surprisingly good.

I'm not typically a fan of lagers, or much in the realm of light beer to begin with, but this isn't quite so punchy with the hops.

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Duvel Tripel Hop 2014. Saaz Saaz, Styrian Golding and Mosaic. 9.5%. Now this is a Beer. Tropical fruit, citrus, pepper so that it explodes in your mouth. A real flavor punch. Regular Duvel is good, this is amazing. 5/5.
that does look awesome. haven't seen that version of Duvel around here

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Guinness' new blonde lager is surprisingly good.

I'm not typically a fan of lagers, or much in the realm of light beer to begin with, but this isn't quite so punchy with the hops.
I've been meaning to look for that at the liquor store ever since I saw a commercial for it, but I keep forgetting.

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