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Old 04-15-2010   #11
TOUCHDOWN, Mississippi
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Beer... and i'm not talking about tecate or bud light.. there are really good canned craft beers now.

1 Oskar Blues Gubna Imperial IPA = 4 tecates, which A) takes up less room, B) tastes a HELL of a lot better, and C) less trash

good canned beers:
all Oskar Blues (momma's pils, Dales, chub, tenfiddy, Gubna)
Ska products (true blonde, modus hopurandi, Special ESB, Utopia)
New belgium... well, if you have to!

lastly... buy from these companies and you keep your dollars local! (and out of the hands of the AB's of the world, that already own a 50% market share)

oh yeah - 5 gallon kegs make for a great boating option... just keep them out of the sun to prevent foaming.. temp. regulation is key!

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Old 04-15-2010   #12
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PB Rita

PBR,1/2 ounce Margarita mix,1/2 ounce tequila,Lime salt!

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Old 04-15-2010   #13
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Sweet tea vodka with lemonade or sweet and sour mix. Kind of like a jacked up Arnold Palmer
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Old 04-15-2010   #15
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My friend came up with this one and we LOVE it! Peach vodka, powdered lemonade and powered iced tea and that's it! Adding water or ice might not be a bad idea, but its awesome without diluting. They go down very smooth and are very refreshing!
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Old 04-16-2010   #16
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hey lets hear it for everclear and coolaid or wylers or smuckers or whatever your favorite punch mix. Can't get a lighter more concentrated mixture (assuming you have water and ice avail). Can't taste the alcohol. You can mix light for the day and heavy once done rowing. Yeah and can start a fire in a pinch ...
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Old 04-16-2010   #17
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Beer always seems to make the most sense to me, I at least know my limits with beer in case something unexpected comes at me. As far as storage, I have a question: Does it make sense to tow your beer in a secured, strong, mesh bag and let the river keep 'em cool or will I be S*&#ing my brains out two days in?
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Old 04-16-2010   #18
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Simply Lemonade and blueberry vodka (doesn't matter which brand of vodka) = Electric Lemonade. Super refreshing and tastes like you're enjoying a nice, cold glass of lemonade after eating the best blueberry muffin you've ever had
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Old 04-16-2010   #20
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pre made mojitos. can be a shot or mixed with soda water.

1 handel rum,
3 mint leaf pks.
4 to 5 tbsp. sugar
1 plastic lime bottle

mix everything in the handel and let sit. great for passing around thr fire, or adding to soda water for the real thing. the longer the trip, the better it gets.

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