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Old 03-27-2010, 11:50 AM   #16
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Wine has it's place. I used to be a big hater but totally got into wine this winter.
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I like these rules, but honestly when I'm at the beach or a Mexican restaurant I tend to drink frozen margaritas like it's my job.
I have a battery powered (the kind for screw guns) blender and girls love to have frozen drinks made right on the beach. I'll have to say it would have been a great birthday gift when I was single and was an OK wedding gift.
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Wine has it's place. I used to be a big hater but totally got into wine this winter.
I'll drink it only because the wife thinks it's "fancy". I drink it because it gets me tore up. I have yet to be able to find one that I'm like, "Wow! Amazing taste." I either like it or I don't.

And AMD, I'm the same. When I'm on vacation in a tropical location, it's Mai Tais all day long (with a 151 float).
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I'll drink it only because the wife thinks it's "fancy". I drink it because it gets me tore up. I have yet to be able to find one that I'm like, "Wow! Amazing taste." I either like it or I don't.

And AMD, I'm the same. When I'm on vacation in a tropical location, it's Mai Tais all day long (with a 151 float).
They have to have the umbrella and fruit hanging off the glass.LOL
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My boy the other night completed drinking all 160 beers at The Tap House...he gets $200, 2 free t-shirts, a plaque and his name on the bar. He's the second guy to accomplish that feat and fastest (8 months vs 2 years for the other guy). Give it up for Adam.

As for the list, I don't like it...where is "thou shall not spill your beer?" Also, real men dont drink wine.
a real man can at the least feign sophistication
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Wine is queer. Men drink beer.
wine is typically higher alch and less enhanced

don't get me wrong.. I love a good beer, but a good wine is amazing
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I'll drink it only because the wife thinks it's "fancy". I drink it because it gets me tore up. I have yet to be able to find one that I'm like, "Wow! Amazing taste." I either like it or I don't.

And AMD, I'm the same. When I'm on vacation in a tropical location, it's Mai Tais all day long (with a 151 float).
I definitely need a full bodied wine. Love the peppery and spicy ones like malbec.
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I definitely need a full bodied wine. Love the peppery and spicy ones like malbec.
Malbec is really popular right now. Argentina has so many good ones currently.

If you like full bodied red with pepper/spice characteristics, try a red zinfandel sometime. I paired Plungerhead Zin tonight with some lamb loin. Effin delicious.

Also, give some grenache a look. Evodia, Tres Picos, and Yangarra all have some wines you'd probably love.
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Malbec is really popular right now. Argentina has so many good ones currently.

If you like full bodied red with pepper/spice characteristics, try a red zinfandel sometime. I paired Plungerhead Zin tonight with some lamb loin. Effin delicious.

Also, give some grenache a look. Evodia, Tres Picos, and Yangarra all have some wines you'd probably love.
definitely.. a local wine shop recommended it to me a handful of years ago when I told them that most reds to me are too weak.. apparently a lot of chilean vineyards are trying it out too, but I'm yet to try one

I def like red zin and grenache, good to see grenache getting more of its own wines and less blending, like malbec.. though I have enjoyed a grenache-syrah blend that I sadly do not recall who produced it

I'll check out the ones that you mentioned.. I haven't had red zin in awhile but I definitely like the style, I don't branch off and try a lot of new wines like I do other beverages.. I think that the last time that I had red zin was when a girl that I was dating brought some back from her uncle's winery.. Galleron

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oh.. what malbecs do you like if you recall off of the top of your head?

my go to is usually Dona Paula since the shop didn't carry many.. great wine for the price
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My boy the other night completed drinking all 160 beers at The Tap House...he gets $200, 2 free t-shirts, a plaque and his name on the bar. He's the second guy to accomplish that feat and fastest (8 months vs 2 years for the other guy). Give it up for Adam.

As for the list, I don't like it...where is "thou shall not spill your beer?" Also, real men dont drink wine.
What makes it so hard to drink 160 different beers? I would think that a person could do that in a month if they really wanted to break the record. Doing it in 8 months is only 20 beers a month and that sounds pretty easy so I'm sure there must be more to the story like each beer is a mini keg.
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wine is typically higher alch and less enhanced

don't get me wrong.. I love a good beer, but a good wine is amazing
Yeah but it's also made from fruit. I stand by my previous statement. Wine is queer.
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