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    Beer, Booze, and Hand Rolled Cigars

    Since we seem to want to move away from politics, thought I would throw out something folks on both the right and left might enjoy.....now some of you are non drinkers, and non smokers...so my advice to you is to avoid this thread...that way you won't get upset that we might discuss things you don't like....

    In addition to the Stanley Cup Playoffs..{both of my teams, the Philly Flyers and young Columbus Blue Jackets are down 3 games to 2 at this point in their opening series}...and my college and Baseball umpire work, I enjoy sitting outside this time of the year, smoking a hand rolled Cigar and downing a couple of brews...and I am no rich boy Beer or Cigar snob...but I do have favorites in each category...Hard Booze...not so much, but I do enjoy a Drambuie on the Rocks with a good cigar, or a shot of homemade Moonshine with fruit flavor at our Vietnam Reunion in Kokomo in the month of September.

    Cigars: My All Time favorite runs about $12 bucks a stick, and I don't partake often{to damn expensive}, they are Don Carlos #2which is a Torpedo, and Acid Blondie smokes, at about $6 per stick I really enjoy...however my everyday{I only smoke outside, usually during warm weather} are Indian Tabac Classic Torpedos, at about $2 each...but I will try about any quality hand rolled smoke....and Cigar Fans out there...we are talking good hand rolled stuff.

    Beers: Hey I will drink Miller Lite by the case on a hot summer weekend...but I like good craft beer best...among my favorites are Winter Ale, the best IMO called "12 Dogs of Christmas", brewed out of Akron, Ohio...I enjoy Fat Tire Amber Ale by New Belgium, also a good Guinness Extra Stout can also be found in my garage refrig....and anytime I can find a 6 pack of Sam Adams "Winter Lager" I will pick it up.....

    So, what's your favs, if you partake?
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    Beer- Boddington's Pub Ale

    Hard spirits- I too am a Drambuie fan.

    Cigars- Macanudo Maduro
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    I like my IPA'S over 6% alc if it is under 6% what is the point all I do is get up and pee all night! not a smoker but did get some hand made ones in Honduras one time this old guy had a table set up in the bar you picked out your leaf and he made it to order.
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    I'll drink whatever you have in the fridge Hoot, and smoke anything on offer down to Swishers, where I draw the line.
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    I am not good with Whiskey or Tequila I start out ok and then drink it like Beer and then BOOM! I fall into the bathtub.
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    Beers I prefer to be 9-10 Alcohol. Belgian Ale or Barley Wine.
    I tend towards single malt scotches. Glenfiddich is one.
    Haven't smoked since High School
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    For top shelf beer I prefer Chimay. Red, Blue, Gold, all good.
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    Chimay is great.
    My own homebrew currently in kegs or fermenter are
    10 gal. of Stout in fermenter
    5 gal. of American Pale Ale...dry hopped.
    4 gal. of Apricot Ale
    5 gal. of Belgian Strong Ale...awaiting bottling.
    1 gal. of Porter in bottles
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    I am a very bad boy. Labatt's Blue is my beer and Jose Cuervo gold tequila is my evening cocktail. I really enjoy Johnny Walker Black and I stuff my own filtered tubes with Criss Cross pipe tobacco. I do enjoy a big fat cigar when I am out on my boat fishing but must admit, the stinkier the better to keep the bugs away. I never go to a bar or pub because that requires a long drive home.

    Wish I knew you last summer Hoot. A very satisfied customer who's kitchen I re did gave me a box of Cuban Cohiba cigars. His wife is Cuban and her family has something to do with that company. I gave most of them away and the few I did smoke were probably wasted since I am not a conisuier. A friend put the empty labeled wood box they came in on EBay and it sold for $35.

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    A friend put the empty labeled wood box they came in on EBay and it sold for $35.
    Man, if I could just figure out how to do that with empty beer bottles....
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