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    And to you.. God suff prooost *hicks* *taumel* Wo hab ich das scheiss auto geparkt ... *hicks* ?!
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    *Points in the direction of the drunk thread.*

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    McEwans for a good starter on darker beers, though the alcohol content will sneak up on you... it's rather smooth for a darker beer in general.

    Arrogant Bastard Ale is rather pleasant if you like dark ales already, and I'm still rather fond of Samuel Smith's Taddy Porter
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    I just tried Smithwick's the other day and I think it's my new favorite beer.
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    In my opinion, a glass of good rum is fantastic. You don't even need to chill it, just drink it neat. The Captain Morgan spiced rum is good value, as is Bacardi Especial, and Bacardi Reserva. Good flavors on all of those. If you're willing to spend a little more, you can get a more sophisticated taste with an Anejo aged rum, but in my experience they're not usually worth the price, unless you're entertaining and want to look fancy by having a fancy bottle with a fancy name.

    Gin would come in second place for me, then tequila. Fruity shit after that, then vodka and whiskey in next-to-last and last places, respectively.

    Edit to add that I prefer a good beer over any kind of hard liquor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    McEwans for a good starter on darker beers, though the alcohol content will sneak up on you... it's rather smooth for a darker beer in general.

    Arrogant Bastard Ale is rather pleasant if you like dark ales already, and I'm still rather fond of Samuel Smith's Taddy Porter
    All of the Samuel Smith's beers are great. I always get at least one of them when I go to The Foodery and get a Mix-a-Six.

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    To the OP:

    Mixed drinks I'm likely to have at any given party
    Screwdriver: a little vodka in a glass of orange juice
    White Russian: Kahlua, Cream(or milk), vodka
    Jagerbomb: a shot of jagermeifter with a little bit of red bull

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    I just found out that they legalized absinthe in chicago. I want to try some, but I kinda want to get a group together to do that, plus it's expensive. Not too mention I know very very little about absinthe, so I would prefer to try it with someone who knows what to get and how to mix it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    I just found out that they legalized absinthe in chicago. I want to try some, but I kinda want to get a group together to do that, plus it's expensive. Not too mention I know very very little about absinthe, so I would prefer to try it with someone who knows what to get and how to mix it.
    To the best of my knowledge, all absinthe that is legal in the United States has to have a low thujone content, which was supposedly the psychoactive ingredient. That has been debunked to an extent, but the thujone/wormwood levels have been controlled for a long time. Some people have tried to pump up the legal absinthe with active wormwood, but that can make you super-sick. Caribou Cafe in Philadelphia is a restaurant in Center City that is done up like an early-20th Century Parisian cafe, and they serve absinthe (where you pour the water over the sugar cube and make the absinthe green and cloudy), but it is not psychoactive. It will get you drunk quickly if you keep drinking it, though. Stuff is strong.
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    Yeah, from what I've read the psychoactive ingredient in Absinthe won't even make you hallucinate. Absinthe is simply just a really strong alcohol that will screw you up.

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