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Alcohol thread Anonymous 08/19/2019 (Mon) 04:54:03 No. 64
Hey /late/ whats your favorite booze for night
Armenian brandy is something special. A favorite of Churchill.
>>65
never heard that before, I'll have to give it a try.

I've been on a sour drink kick lately and need more of it
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My go to, when I can get a hold of it. Not many places seem to keep it in stock anymore.
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>>73
A fine stout, had it once on a whim.

Im a huge fan of pic related
>>76

I'm pretty fond of Kirin as well, Asahi is good to. The Japs make make good ビール in general I guess.
>>77
Lucky dubz and big agree. If I was stuck drinking only one nation's beer for the rest of my life I would have to go with Nippon.
>>77
They do very good whisky, too, if that’s your thing. I usually go for smokier, heavily peated whisky, but I’ve been really enjoying some of the lighter Japanese offerings.
What'd you guys recommend to someone who doesn't drink much? I'm not a lightweight, I just don't really have preferences since all I've had is whiskey and jaegermeister
>>188
What you’re drinking often depends on when and why. The golden rule is: If you think you might like it, try it. Don’t worry overmuch about what others think, what works for you is best.

Other than that, it’s hard to give recommendations blind... What kind of whisky do you drink? What do you like/dislike about it? Have you tried beer/cider, etc?
What kind of things do you like to eat/drink generally?
>>73

My brother, we are in complete agreement. Old Rasputin is a delicious beer.
The cheapest vodka I can find and something lemon-lime to make it potable.
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>>64
Vodka cocktail with melatonin. Still can't sleep.
>>278
Maybe sleep is an elusive always fading into the distance.
Also, Shiraz I pretty decent.
I tried alcohol and it tasted like shit. I think I have that gene that makes alcohol taste bitter. Is there a remedy for this or should I just give up?
>>361
>Is there a remedy for this
You are probably better off disliking alcohol so I wouldn't tamper with that, especially if your goal is getting wasted. But alcoholic drinks have a huge range of flavors so it's silly to dismiss them after trying them once. Maybe you just had something really crappy.
Wine, beer, whiskey, rum, vodka all taste very different, there are a million variants of each, and quality matters a lot especially when it comes to location.
And I think you develop a taste for it as you age. Most young people just don't like wine, no matter how good. You serve them the most splendid wine and they think it's barely drinkable. They usually gravitate towards sweeter drinks because they hide the taste of alcohol.
What did you drink?
>>362
>What did you drink?
Hard cider and this weird fruit punch shit I got at my convenience store. I took 1-2 sips of the latter and poured the rest into the sink.
>>363
Sounds like a terrible experience.
>>364
It was pretty harmless. Stuff was cheap and it didn't linger on my palate or anything.
>>366
Drinking at night us a different experience. It feels otherworldly.
>>544
That's true. And since we're at it, I'll get a little drink right now.
>>544
How so?
Mulled wine or mulled cider is a decent warm buzz, especially on winter nights. Red wi E is my go to in winter as well, esp a decent Shiraz.
Tripel Karmeliet, whisky or Patxaran
Vodka. I don't need much to start feeling the alcohol running through my veins, the warm feeling in my belly und the fuzziness. Usually pure or with orange juice.
Highballs and Vodka with cranberry cocktail.
Absinthe, or Absente if that's more available Next to that, chartreuse herbal liquer But 99% of the time: Whatever is cheap and strong, even if it's awful
>>64 >whats your favorite booze for night Whisky
>>2363 I just started getting into absinthe, any recs?
>>2392 I've tried the classic where you put a sugar cube on a fork or special serving spoon and drip water on it into the absinthe until the cube dissolves, it's not particularly good ALso tried it with lemon, it's fine I prefer it straight, because I like the powerful taste of anise/licorice just fine and I love poisoning myself. You could also try it in root beer, cold brewed coffee, or hot cider
vodka is the go-to. nicer russian stuff if i can find it. but beer, cheap or nice either one, is nice for getting less-drunk. not really a fan of dark liquors, they make me sicker. wine is okay in general but the only one i truly like is this really sweet one called Purple Toad.
I drank apple flavoured lambic beer, so watch out if you drink one cause it fucked my stomach. -your dear anon who believes in you

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