What adult beverage are you enjoying tonight?

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  1. NH mountain man

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    Drinking a Polar cranberry lime seltzer. Polar is New England company from Mass., I believe Worcester maybe.
     
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    Out of work and home, no fire with 60* out. Just cracked a Rolling Rock, I know, pics or it didn't happen. Trust me, it's happening.:coldone:
     
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  3. yooperdave

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    Lit off the kicker stove in the basement and enjoying cup number 2 of coffee. Been up for 1 1/2 hours. :headbang:
     
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    I'm on cup #2 too also... Only been up for an hour though...
     
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    Been up 15 hours now. But who's counting, soon to be .......:sleeping:
     
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  7. hovlandhomestead

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    Cup two is now in play. wife is making me an egg/bagel sandwich that I will be dipping in some sriracha.
     
  8. TurboDiesel

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    for breakfast?
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    Akin to an addiction, I have developed a tolerance over time for hot foods and sauces. I need hotter and hotter to get the same effect now. I think the reinforcement of hot food comes from a release of endorphins from the intense nerve stimulation...aka pain.
     
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  11. jrider

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    Went to the local water hole last night and had a steady diet of some local ipa. Rolled in around 11:30. Have made better decisions...but I am out cutting wood this morning
     
  12. billb3

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    Sriracha isn't "hot", IMO.
    I don't like catsup because it is way far too sweet and there must be some catsup or some of the same "sugar" in sriracha.
    <<goes off to read bottle ingredients>>
    yup, sugar is the second ingredient after chilis. Far too much sugar. Not surprising it was a craze for a while in a sugar addicted society.
     
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    I like hot...just not for breakfast...
     
  14. Oakman69

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    Pabst blue ribbon baby.. oh yes.
    Wake me up at 12pm w a headache from hell. Lol!
    Kiddn.. maybe. But I do love the old jack n coke.
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    Two would be a early bed time for me :rofl: :lol::rofl: :lol:
     
  16. Sourwood

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    not a Wild Turkey fan, but I got this premium bottle as a gift. It’s does the job. Making a quick version of an Old Fashioned. A little sugar, spritz of bitters. Occasionally will add a cherry if it’s available.


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  17. yooperdave

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    Its been a few years since I've had some wild turkey land that single barrel looks mighty good!
     
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    While scrounging for some crackers to go with my pickled pike I found the E & J brandy bottle from Christmas. Mixed up 3 tumblers of it with a splash of 7up while enjoying the fire in the hearth with a snowstorm going outside. My German wife opted for an IPA. She was up at 3:30 AM so is now sleeping comfortably on the couch. I won't be long till the land o nod myself.
     
  20. HolsatiaRedneck

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    Hard to come by these days... couldnt let this one pass.

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    Regarding Wild Turkey, i can recommend Wild Turkey Rare Breed .