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Old 05-05-2010   #51
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Originally Posted by climbdenali View Post
As to what drink(s) to take on an extended trip: Take as much beer....... Coors Light.

That was a joke right?

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Old 05-05-2010   #52
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Originally Posted by El Flaco View Post
- save the beer and mix up a mug of hot water, add some powdered cider mix and some Wild Turkey 101. Sippin 'round the fire, and it packs a big punch for the amount of room it takes up.
We do this with Captain Morgan, it's called a "broken leg"...good stuff for a cold evening.

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Old 05-05-2010   #53
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Say what you want about Coors Light, but when it's a thousand degrees outside I'd take a cold Coors Light over a Dales any day. Don't get me wrong, Dale's and Old Chub are good, but they're so thick you can't drink 'em all day. There are plenty of higher quality beers out there, but point me to one that's as quaffable and as affordable, and I'm all ears.
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Old 05-05-2010   #54
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popular thread. regular canned beers with higher alcahol content (not lites, they expand too much) can be frozen and work as ice to line your cooler bottom with. i have one friend who stands as many pbr's as will fit on the bottom of his cooler and then fills it with water to the top of the cans and puts the whole cooler in a restaurant freezer so the whole bottom of the cooler is frozen beer and water-just don't plan on needing those beers for a few days. add whiskey, tequila, vodka and wine packed in nalgenes for a perfect river bar. i get hang overs from rum and gin.
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Old 05-21-2010   #55
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Nice thread. Trying to find some ideas. We ran out of beer last year on Deso. I hate to bring too much hard stuff because it catches people off guard. Most people know what they can handle with beer. How many seriously take kegs?

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