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Food & Drink Favourite tipple for the warm weather

Discussion in 'General' started by bakerman34, 26 May 2010.

  1. julianmartin

    julianmartin resident cyborg.

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    Yeah you can. With real, west country English Perry....
     
  2. crazyg1zm0

    crazyg1zm0 Minimodder

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    Yea as far as im concerned any decent west country REAL cider kicks the living crap out of kopparberg as does my home brew cider
     
  3. AdamJackman

    AdamJackman What's a Dremel?

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    definitly go with the home brew, either proper Ale or for the non alcoholic choice a decent ginger beer.
     
  4. 13eightyfour

    13eightyfour Formerly Titanium Angel

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    Ive just had an ice cold Rekorderlig wild berries cider, and it was awesome, its not very strong 4% but perfectly acceptable whilst sat in the garden.
     
  5. TFSakon

    TFSakon What's a Dremel?

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    Disaranno.
    Southern Comfort.
    Rocks.
     
  6. specofdust

    specofdust Banned

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    Ah lonkero, they truly are awesome. I've tried to make them here, but it's just never the same.


    For me, it'd be either Irn Bru with a pint glass full of ice, or a nice cold bottle of tuborg or some other middle range lager.

    A negroni is nice in the evening too.
     
  7. Material

    Material Soco Amaretto Lime

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    Millers Gin + Fever Tree tonic with a slice of lime is a staple for me when its hot.

    I also cant think of a time when a chilled bottle of Innis & Gunn oak isn't welcome.
     
  8. DBNemesis

    DBNemesis What's a Dremel?

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    Best in the hot weather is tropical fruit and ice cold lemonade.
     
  9. NSC

    NSC If it's too hot, make holes in it.

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    Quite right. How about some whisky with that ginger ale?
     
  10. Rezident

    Rezident GFWL failed

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    Guinness - and not the poncy new 'cold-flow' either, the old one, 'warm flow' we call it in the local, though it's not warm. We fear change.
     
  11. Bungletron

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    Definitely feeling the Kopparberg Pear Cider vibe, tastes like cold pear drops but I agree a single pint is plenty because of the sweetness.

    Had Modelo Especial mexican beer a couple of times recently and it is a great nicely rounded full flavour even when chilled, don't let anyone shove lime in the top tho.

    Finally I hope Shepard Naeme are stocking bottled Whitstable Bay Ale again. Its on draught as a cask ale in the summer but is nicest out of a chilled bottle, look for it in the cooler.
     

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