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I've had the privelage to be one of the fly fishing guides for the National Distributing trip on the San Juan for the last two years. They always bring tons of new products. This year they brought a great beer called Gorden Biersch, the best part is it coming in a plastic bottle with a micro glass liner that keeps it from tasting like plastic. The glass liner will not break. I still would prefer to use cans for river trips, but this stuff goes down way easy :D

Gordon Biersch | Beer

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Glass lined? like Keystone Light? except you can't crush it? awesome!
 

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The girls made a new drink:
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Some liquor stores also sell margaritas in power form, just add tequila and some triple sec. The bar mix that they sell at Liquor Mart is fairly good and it helps save on weight/packing space.
 

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For river trips, nothing will ever top PBR for beer and Jack for hard in my book.
 

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I'll have to agree with Randadddy on this, Kentucky Bourbon Whiskey is the best! Jim Beam makes a couple of the best, regular Beam for the budget, and Knob Creek if you have a couple extra bucks. PBR is as fine a river beer as any, but I'll have to go with The King of Beers and it's ability to be frozen solid and put in the bottom of the cooler to keep the others cold and still maintain its taste and drinkability, leaving you with ice cold beer days after others are drinking river temp beer from the drag bag.
 

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Economize space and get hammered fast =Everclear and powdered Country Time lemonade,not as good as everclear and grape slurpee but there aren't alot of slurpee machines in a canyon:D.Agreed, Reverend Jim tops Jack ,pbr = good & cheap.Pilsener Urquell comes in pint cans now.
 

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I'll have to agree with Randadddy on this, Kentucky Bourbon Whiskey is the best! Jim Beam makes a couple of the best, regular Beam for the budget, and Knob Creek if you have a couple extra bucks. PBR is as fine a river beer as any, but I'll have to go with The King of Beers and it's ability to be frozen solid and put in the bottom of the cooler to keep the others cold and still maintain its taste and drinkability, leaving you with ice cold beer days after others are drinking river temp beer from the drag bag.
Booze snobs on the river? My heart breaks as I realize I'm getting old.
 

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Kentucky Bourbon Whiskey is the best! Jim Beam makes a couple of the best, regular Beam for the budget, and Knob Creek if you have a couple extra bucks. PBR is as fine a river beer as any, but I'll have to go with The King of Beers and it's ability to be frozen solid and put in the bottom of the cooler to keep the others cold and still maintain its taste and drinkability, leaving you with ice cold beer days after others are drinking river temp beer from the drag bag.
There's a plan! No one said anything about Rye Whiskey. WTF???
 

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The difference between Bourbon (Jim Beam) and Sour Mash (Jack Daniels) is the rye.

There's a plan! No one said anything about Rye Whiskey. WTF???
 

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A mason jar of the good stuff with a fresh peach slice or two is a damn fine way to enjoy some white lighting... a real space saver and it packs quite a punch.
 

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We happened on a new one the last day of Deso. Had some leftover pepper vodka from bloodies and mixed it with grapefruit juice in the morning. Called it Groover Fruit. Tasty!!!
 

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We happened on a new one the last day of Deso. Had some leftover pepper vodka from bloodies and mixed it with grapefruit juice in the morning. Called it Groover Fruit. Tasty!!!
This from a man who would order the "Ass Breath" pizza in Durango. Not sure I remember all the ingredients, but I know anchovies and jalapenos were part of the spread.
 

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It was surprisingly better than it sounds- but maybe that was partly because it was day 7 of an 8 day trip and all the beer was warm.

We happened on a new one the last day of Deso. Had some leftover pepper vodka from bloodies and mixed it with grapefruit juice in the morning. Called it Groover Fruit. Tasty!!!
 
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