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Sonny73Sonny73 Posts: 2,604
edited October 2010 in The bottom bracket
I'll have a cold Fosters please
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  • PokerfacePokerface Posts: 7,960
    Caffeine Free DIet Coke
  • If I'm in a pub I'm quite partial to a wee pint of Belhaven Best. Carling with a lime is pretty good too. Most clubs seem to serve Red Stripe these days, so that has to do when out in town.

    Got to love getting a bottle of Smirnoff Ice, a bottle of VK Orange, and Blue WKD in a pitcher too. :)
  • AnonymousAnonymous Posts: 79,678
    Appletons spiced rum and coke, please.
  • ride_wheneverride_whenever Posts: 13,279
    Currently Edinburgh gin and fentimans tonic

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  • freehubfreehub Posts: 4,257
    Guinness.
  • JamesBJamesB Posts: 1,184
    Sloe Gin. :D .......otherwise Wye Valley Butty Bach or other good local well kept real ales
  • nicensleazynicensleazy Posts: 2,310
    Large glass of Chateau Latour 1982 vintage!
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  • Any Islay malt whisky but especially Laphroaig 15 YO. Unfortunately they've stopped making it :x
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  • Pokerface wrote:
    Caffeine Free DIet Coke

    Isn't that water?
  • CHRISNOIRCHRISNOIR Posts: 1,400
    freehub wrote:
    Guinness.
    Aye, make that two. Without a shamrock though - no logo in the foam, thanks.
  • term1teterm1te Posts: 1,462
    Something red from a bottle with a proper cork, if it is pm. Earl Grey touch of milk no sugar if its am.
  • nottscobbnottscobb Posts: 147
    A pint of Harvest Pale please
  • Coniston 'Bluebird'..... a good Lakeland cask ale...none of that 'Euro Fizz'
  • COLD CAN OF TYSKIE - (After a hot commute)

    IPA other times.
  • In the pub - Cold Guinness with a measure of Jamesons added.

    At Home- A Pinot Noir

    At Home (booze-free) - Peppermint tea.
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  • ProssPross Posts: 29,551
    Kronenburg at the start of an evening with a Jamesons to finish.
  • verylonglegsverylonglegs Posts: 3,640
    Ok, where to start…if it’s Lager/Beer – Heineken or Bitburger, Ale – Woodfordes Wherry, something to sip – Bulleit bourbon, a glass of red with dinner is usually a Chianti and I’m also partial to a Black Russian on certain occasions.

    Despite that tidy list I don’t really drink that much believe it or not!
  • AnonymousAnonymous Posts: 79,678
    Hendrick's Gin / Fever Tree Tonic with a ice and a slice of cucumber

    Heineken Import lager

    Most 'real ales'

    Any decent wine! (particularly like a good Rioja or Pinot Noir)
  • NuggsNuggs Posts: 1,804
    Harvey's Best please.
  • APIIIAPIII Posts: 2,010
    Tripel Karmeliet, Duvel, Westmalle Tripel. Failing that, almost any Belgian beer will suffice. Apart from Jupiler of course, that would be ridiculous.
  • You can never go wrong with a guiness
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  • solsurfsolsurf Posts: 489
    Coniston 'Bluebird'..... a good Lakeland cask ale...none of that 'Euro Fizz'

    Even though I live in lake district I'm not that keen on any local stuff, for me St Austell brew is the best, like Proper Job.

    soft drink wise ribena although there is something about diet coke must be the chemicals in it :shock:
  • wiffachipwiffachip Posts: 861
    Ex
  • jc4labjc4lab Posts: 554
    Crippledick.(thinks its from Cornwall)....ever had it?
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  • Enville Ginger beer or a pint of Bathams

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  • MonkeypumpMonkeypump Posts: 1,528
    edited October 2010
    Thatcher's Gold

    Hendricks, tonic (good old Schweppes is fine) & cucumber

    Asahi Super Dry

    Absolut Citron, squeeze of fresh lime juice, ice

    Just discovered Catena Malbec (2007) - very nice indeed.

    Can't do real ales with leaves & twigs, I'm afraid.

    Edit: Soft drinks - root beer is my favourite, but is sadly hard to find in the UK, although Bundaberg is available in Waitrose. They also make a great Lemon, Lime & Bitters.
  • a good bottle of buckfast tonic wine lol

    no serious bottle of corona with a slice of lime, must be served ice cold in the bottle tho no poncy glass
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  • andy162andy162 Posts: 634
    Rattler Cider or Aspalls Organic.
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