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Beer or Chuhai or Sawa or Sake or Wine!?

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Wine, beer, shochu, sake, malibu milk. Something to go with what I'm eating, then something for afterwards.

 

One day off the sauce a week. And that was yesterday - yay!

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let me see...

I prefer beer,sake,wine,chu-hi(still getting used to that stuff)...usually starting with beer...

once I get down that list, anything else will do...

except tequila...keep me away from that poisin

 

danz

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Beer and wine are my favorites! Love em both. Last night had a Sammy Smiths Taddy Porter with dinner - ummm, what a great beer that is. I like sake, especially atsukan in the winter under the kotatsu with some ski bunnies \:D , and shouchu on the rocks in the summer.

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I drank a skinful of imojochu last night. When I tried to go for a run later on, my body wouldn't move properly. I also made the mistake of buying some Hokkaido shiso shochu - quite vile it is.

 

Ronie, he who hates beer, hates life. Didn't you know that?

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I think ... generally... girls prefer sawa/shochu or something else than Beer.

 

(Usually, I do not drink beer that much, because... I don't know why. )

 

What do U think?

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Love good beer, red wines, and cold sake. Not a big chuhai fan. Never had a warm sake I particulary like but haven't tried too many.

 

Mixed drink of choice is a Madras. This is like a Vodka with cranberry juice but you also add a splash of orange juice.

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Drank some sake over the weekend and had a killer headache the next day, wasted. I'm off sake for now.

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