I cant drink. Can't do the sugary soft drinks either.Just saw the beer discussion in the preview thread. Got me thinking, with many of us stuck at home / only able to watch on tv, unfortunately we cant enjoy the fine $8 watered-down mid-strength that Etihad Stadium has to offer.
Any suggestions of what to drink during Saints games?
*Also open to ideas for before game drinks
**Also open to ideas for after game drinks
***Also open to ideas for non Saints games drinks
****Also open to ideas for when no games are on
I don't mind the occasional boutique "beer" to help the local hipsters out, I've got to say I agree with the Germans and their Reinheitsgebot Law - these are not beers - they're mixed drinks.
Took your recommendation and went the Redbreast 12 for the afternoon. I know you mentioned the 15, but I honestly cant tell the difference between the 12 & 15. 21yo is a big step up, but cant justify the price jump for a random Sunday arvo. So 12yo it is.I'm still on Tom Joad's suggested Red Breast Irish Whiskey, good drop for cold Melbourne and numbs the stress during the games. If I start now I should be good for Sunday.
I've just ordered a large mexicana and a small garlic bread, I know it's over. Accept it.So it turns out during tense games I drink really fast. Every stoppage or pause I'm nervously reaching for another swig.
Had to pace myself and limit it to a 6-pack or it could have been messy.
Half your luck I’m reduced to browsing having been struck down with gout three weeks ago.Finished the Lowenbrau, half a bottle of Jameson down. Life's good.
Good taste in beer and pizza. Sometimes I'm not convinced we're different people.I've just ordered a large mexicana and a small garlic bread, I know it's over. Accept it.
I had a Nomad rollin haze hazy pale ale the other day. Hasn’t been released yet, got it from a bar I regular go to in north sydney when I visit. It’s one of the best I’ve had. If you see it in a store I recommend trying it.
Does it come with a complimentary push bike with flower themed basket at the front?