Retro Lounge Guide To Cocktails, Beers And Liquors

Re: Retro Lounge Guide To Cocktails, Beers And Liquors

Postby Mr. Fantastic » Sat May 10, 2014 12:02 pm

The scary thing is that bartending guy reminds me of my dentist. He's the type who goes to Key West looking for no good in his off time.
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Re: Retro Lounge Guide To Cocktails, Beers And Liquors

Postby Johann Shmidt » Sat May 10, 2014 4:46 pm

Do they still do upside down margaritas? I went into a bar in TJ and got one once. I thought the guy was trying to snap my neck he shook me so hard. I damn sure didn't ask for another one.
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Re: Retro Lounge Guide To Cocktails, Beers And Liquors

Postby Mr. Fantastic » Sun Jul 06, 2014 8:59 pm

You just can't beat the good old Gin Fizz for summertime. A glass full of ice. Ginger Ale. Gordon's Gin with a squeeze of lemon. The Queen drinks these so hey you can't go wrong. Simple. You don't have to break the blender out and make a mess. Like rum and Coke and the screwdriver, it's a simply great cocktail.
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Re: Retro Lounge Guide To Cocktails, Beers And Liquors

Postby Funkmonkey » Wed Dec 24, 2014 1:34 pm

Anyone have an authentic Derby recipe for Mint Julip?
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Re: Retro Lounge Guide To Cocktails, Beers And Liquors

Postby Mr. Fantastic » Thu Dec 25, 2014 2:02 pm

The real trick to making good mint julips is to make them with fresh mint.
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Re: Retro Lounge Guide To Cocktails, Beers And Liquors

Postby Funkmonkey » Fri Dec 26, 2014 10:02 am

Mr. Fantastic wrote:The real trick to making good mint julips is to make them with fresh mint.


Which bourbon do you use?
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Re: Retro Lounge Guide To Cocktails, Beers And Liquors

Postby Mr. Fantastic » Fri Dec 26, 2014 10:44 pm

For mint julips I just use Jim Beam.
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Re: Retro Lounge Guide To Cocktails, Beers And Liquors

Postby Funkmonkey » Sun Jan 18, 2015 11:44 pm

I had a vanilla stout today. I'll post a picture of it, but I didn't know they could make stout into a foo-foo beer. It was pretty good, though.
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Re: Retro Lounge Guide To Cocktails, Beers And Liquors

Postby Dave's bitch » Thu Sep 10, 2015 2:41 pm

This stuff here, this is the shit! Straight from the bottle baby!

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Re: Retro Lounge Guide To Cocktails, Beers And Liquors

Postby Johann Shmidt » Thu Sep 10, 2015 7:29 pm

Dave's bitch wrote:This stuff here, this is the shit! Straight from the bottle baby!

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I prefer to mix it with Coca Cola. I used to take a little coca cola in my mouth, a big guzzle of Jack or Jim right out the bottle followed by more coca cola. You get fucked up fast that way and don't have to worry about washing anything afterwards unless you drink too much and puke.
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