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Old 07-21-2013, 07:52 PM   3 links from elsewhere to this Post. Click to view. #16
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Tito's with zing zang bloody mix.
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Svedka Vodka is a must try. My buddy turned me on to it about 5 or so years ago it's priced right and to me its beats out Smirnoff and Grey Goose. My buddy has run liquor stores for some time now and knows his stuff. Look up Svedka its been rated high and has received awards for vodka. I've never tried Titos but seems interesting I'm going to have to give it a try.

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That's a pretty solid list. A couple more that I really like are local variities so I'm not sure if these are available in all areas...

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Whats everybody sippin on these days in the hot summer weather beer-wise?

Ive had the Sammy Adams Summer Ale this year and its gross imo. Got a sixer of the Sierra Nevada Summerfest Lager in the fridge now, kinda of a disappointment but better than the Sams. Had a couple Leinenkugels Summer Shanty couple weeks ago and thought it was better this year than its been in the past, but still a lil bit too lemony.

The last couple years Ive drank about of keg Heineken when Im in the hot outside weather. Light, nice eastern pils bit, and I can drink a six without being too buzzed.

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I'm not a fan of most summer beers it seems. Hold the lemon when it comes to my beer.

Lately I've been sticking with a classic, Sierra Nevada Pale. Not too heavy, great taste, love that it's in a can now. Great for tossing in a cooler for the boat.
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All I know is Disney is pretty much a dry park. Try explaining to a 6 yr old it time to leave because dady needs a drink.
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All I know is Disney is pretty much a dry park. Try explaining to a 6 yr old it time to leave because dady needs a drink.
No it is not in the Germany potion of Epcot they sell jager shots chilled.


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Summertime, I usually slum it up with Landshark or other mass produced light beers. Then bide my time until the Fall beers come out.

However, check out Flying Dog's Underdog Atlantic Lager. Very smooth, goes down easy, great summer time beer.
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No it is not in the Germany potion of Epcot they sell jager shots chilled.


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Sorry the Magic Kingdom is pretty much dry except for that one resturant (which you need to make reservations 4 months in advance) is dry. Epcot is a different story. We only had a 5 min walk to Epcot and I tried to drink myself around the world drinking what ever each country was selling. Wine in Italy and beer and Jager shot in Germany.
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Sorry the Magic Kingdom is pretty much dry except for that one resturant (which you need to make reservations 4 months in advance) is dry. Epcot is a different story. We only had a 5 min walk to Epcot and I tried to drink myself around the world drinking what ever each country was selling. Wine in Italy and beer and Jager shot in Germany.
I honestly don't think I could do Disney and keep up with my kids at the same time under the influence of alcohol so probably for the best. I will just drink back at the room when the day is done.
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Summertime, I usually slum it up with Landshark or other mass produced light beers. Then bide my time until the Fall beers come out.

However, check out Flying Dog's Underdog Atlantic Lager. Very smooth, goes down easy, great summer time beer.
Ill check it out...Flying Dog overall is kinda a disappointment, but will not stop to try something that will change my mind.
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If they ever bottled this I be a happy man:

Lawnmower | Dogfish Head Craft Brewed Ales
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I honestly don't think I could do Disney and keep up with my kids at the same time under the influence of alcohol so probably for the best. I will just drink back at the room when the day is done.
I agree but having a cold beer would have been nice.
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If they ever bottled this I be a happy man:

Lawnmower | Dogfish Head Craft Brewed Ales
They ought to do a summertime bottling of this. I'd fill the fridge. With the production they can do in Milton now, I really don't see why they couldn't put this on a short run.
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