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    Quote Originally Posted by Theotherone View Post
    Coffee in the morning.

    Nothing in the evening normally, but sometimes, I'll have a San Pellegrino Aranciata, basically orange soda but better.
    idd... better! but that makes me burp too much and on vent no one can listen other but me then XD
    I sit with vanilla/strawberry "tea" (yeah, not a proper tea, but how it's called).

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    Tea, earl grey, hot.
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    anything with vodka, and/or a good beer.

    and diet snapple teas =P

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    Quote Originally Posted by Naph View Post
    Tea, earl grey, hot.
    ok picard....

    Jack and coke for me!
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    Just tried Shiner Ruby Seasonal (9/10) and Old Rasputin (8/10). I recommend the first to eat with burgers. The second is a burger in liquid form...

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    Re: What do you drink when you play?

    Guinness.

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    Old Rasputin is like 9% abv...pretty beefy to drink while playing.

    I recently tried Raging Bitch from Flying Dog it's pretty good but fairly strong too (8.3%)...I really liked their spring seasonal so I had to fire into their anniversary ale...they seem pretty solid. Wrong coast though...

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    Ale, mainly Abbot Ale or Hobgoblin, (Hobgoblin is far more intune with the Horde side anyway :P).

    About 4 or 5 limbers me up, anymore then that and I have a button to mute myself :P. Also thats like once a week, when I was on a four day schedule for raiding I really didn't need rampant alcoholism to add to my list of problems

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ion View Post
    Old Rasputin is like 9% abv...pretty beefy to drink while playing.

    I recently tried Raging Bitch from Flying Dog it's pretty good but fairly strong too (8.3%)...I really liked their spring seasonal so I had to fire into their anniversary ale...they seem pretty solid. Wrong coast though...
    Sounds like Duvell, a couple of them will blow your head off :P

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    Man, I'm disgusted just by reading all that. I advice you to get some german beer over there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Naka View Post
    Man, I'm disgusted just by reading all that. I advice you to get some german beer over there.
    I know too many germans to take anything a german says seriously about beer...there's a german not 10 meters from me who filled our office fridge with bud light.

    There's some fine german beer...but there's more good belgian and american beer (probably british too). Lager is a blight brought upon the world by germans.

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    +1 for the single malt drinkers.

    Ion has great taste in scotch. I've got a Lagavulin Distiller's edition (still 16 year old, just the Master Distiller hand picks some casks and makes a special edition every year), a High Park 12, and a Glen Breton (Krenian, take note!). I've polished a few other bottles with friends along the way (McCallum, Scapa, Oban, Bowmore 12 or 18, Glen Morangie in various varieties, Dalwhinnie, Talisker, and many more in bars rather than bottles), and it truly is a great thing to appreciate.

    But Alas, I never drink scotch when I raid. Coke, Juice, Water, that sort of thing, mainly Coke for the caffeine.

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    Low Carb stuff - Like "low carb Solo" or "sprite Zero" i stay away from coke Zero caus i have a white teeth thing going on
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ion View Post
    Old Rasputin is like 9% abv...pretty beefy to drink while playing.

    I recently tried Raging Bitch from Flying Dog it's pretty good but fairly strong too (8.3%)...I really liked their spring seasonal so I had to fire into their anniversary ale...they seem pretty solid. Wrong coast though...
    Mmmmm......Belgian Ales......*drool* I'll definitely give that a go.

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    A caesar. Here is my recipe. No, this is NOT a bloody marry, or whatever. That's made from tomato juice.

    - Fill a glass (I use a tall beer glass) 1/2 way with ice.
    - 1 shot of Vodka. Polar Ice!
    - 3 dashes of Frank's Caesar spicer
    - 6 dashes of worcestershire sauce
    - dash of caesar salt
    - 1 teaspoon of pickle juice.
    - 3 cracks of fresh pepper
    - 3 cracks of fresh salt
    - Fill glass with Mott's Clamato Original Casear
    - Then ROLL the contents 4 times. Roll meaning: pour into one glass, and then back into your original glass. This allows for better mixing than stirring.
    - Salt the rim (if you want)
    - Garnish with pickled asparagus and a slice of pickle
    - ENJOY!

    I usually have 2 or 3 of these during the course of a 3 hour raid.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Swam View Post
    ok picard....
    At last someone!

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    Alcoholic Beverages: Shiner, Blue Moon, Asahi (yum!) Heineken

    Non-Alc: Coffee (choc. chip cappuccinos ftw) Orange Juice, Strawberry Protein Shakes (deliciously evil)

    I have a strange accordance to drink differently each time i log I'm strange

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    Alcoholic : Jack and Coke, no question.

    Otherwise i drink Iced Tea, lemonade or Coke depending on my mood. I've tried to cut back on my soda intake.
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    Water and nothing other than water.

    I retired from Soda over 7 years ago.

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    I made a snakebite for the first time last night. Simply amazing.

    - Fill half the cup of Hard Apple Cider(Hornsby's, Woodchuck, Strongbow)
    - Take a stirring spoon and place it right above the cider
    - Pour Guiness or Murphy's Irish Stout onto the spoon so that it doesn't mix with the cider on bottom. Raise spoon to keep it above the rising beer, obviously.

    When done, the top half will be dark and the bottom will be light. The flavors will exchange, and it tastes great. If you don't like Guiness, the cider gives it a new taste.
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