I agree with you on vodka and orange (not to mention Tanqueray and tonic), but lately I've been trying to avoid the hard stuff for beer and wine ... does anybody have a favorite light beer? Miller High Life Light, which is almost unknown and unadvertised compared to Miller Lite, isn't actually bad in a summer-day swilling way, but the light versions of Amstel, Sam Adams, etc. break my heart.
We've not yet caught onto the light beer's yet in the UK, but I think they're slowly emerging. The only light beer I've tried is Michelob which is fairly nice. Otherwise I'm happy drinking real Ales/Brash lagers until the beer belly starts appearing.
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Yeah it's pure yorkie all the way, flat cap and all. But it's the best that's ever crossed my palate. I tend toward rougher beers that aren't polished and refined until they're tame. I like a beer that attacks the taste buds. That one does.
Originally posted by CenturionStrategy I'm always up for trying new drinks/co.cktails...
Try Captain Morgan's Spiced Rum + Sprite (or 7UP) on the rocks. Also... get a pint glass and fill it with a blue WKD, an orange Reef and a shot of Blue Aftershock. It fits perfectly, is luminous green and tastes like Jelly Beans.