Drinks You Wouldn't Admit to Drinking

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phildo79

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I remember my brother "doing" a shot of Baileys on his 18th birthday like it was some big deal. What a ****. He soon met his maker when the Tequila and Rumple Minze was brought out. Clown!
 

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I like that some people hang their heads in shame about admitting to liking a drink of whatever, and others think it's fair game anyway:laugh8:
 

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£1 a pint at the Carling Academy on a Friday night was the highlight of youth drinking! But in terms of now... I do love a good cocktail and bourbons. But embarrassed about... 2% French Lager stubbies from Asda, just can't beat it for a quick cold beer when I get home from work in the Summer, before I move onto better stuff of course.
 

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I have to admit to being rather partial to a couple of these. :beer1:
I have heard a rumor that it is available in cask on the brewery tour... It's therefore in my to do list!

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I know it’s crap now but is there anyone who remembers what it used to be like? Was it always rubbish.
There's a working man's club in Harrogate and the smiths there is fantastic!
It's hard to find decent cask well kept John Smith's but it does still exist
 

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Drank an ungodly amount of Buckfast as young man and probably would again. Last year me and a mate shared a bottle of Electric Melon MD20/20 on a train.

I drink Corona regularly and have a passionate love affair with Tennents Lager.
 
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