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Old 04-08-2008, 05:30 PM
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Miller lite, water, pop and juice.
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Old 04-08-2008, 05:58 PM
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Jaeger and Shiner on tap, Belvedere, Patron, Crown, and Captain in the cabin bar. Lots and Lots of Water, Monster, OJ, Cranberry, Margarita mix, Mojito mix, etc.
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I don't drink, so whatever my passengers want they bring.
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This is such a fascinating thread, not so much (at least for me) in the various preferences in alcoholic beverages people take on board but in the distinct lack of self-righteous, "How can you even condone booze on boats?" posts. That in and of itself is refreshing, because the "fun police" and "PC squad" usually jump on stuff like this.
Kind of nice isn't it?
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It's more than that. It's refreshing.
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Old 04-08-2008, 07:44 PM
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Exactly but ... there's a whole segment of folks out there who freak when you even mention "booze" and "boats" in the same sentence.
Exactly...Thus my very first post on the first page

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If you want hydration try a little absolute and gatoraid.
Done it...But with the Goose Seriously though, I have to stick with beer myself on the water. The mixed drinks start going down too fast!!
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I just try to keep on hand the same as I have at my bar in my house
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Old 04-08-2008, 08:40 PM
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Exactly...Thus my very first post on the first page



Done it...But with the Goose Seriously though, I have to stick with beer myself on the water. The mixed drinks start going down too fast!!
I can't bring myself to mix anything with Goose...I prefer it straight with a couple of BC stuffed olives; but do save it for the post boating celebration...
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Old 04-08-2008, 09:41 PM
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Goose fans ... you might want to give Hangar One a try, although it's a little criminal to mix it with anything other than ice and olives.

It's made in the vodka hotbed of Alameda, Calif., and is a few bucks more than the Goose, and don't get me wrong the Goose is great. But give Hangar a try.
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I think the mood has changed over the last 5 years or so. Theres more boats on the water. We are under greater scrutiny from law enforcement. The likelihood of any alcohol in your blood causing problems if there is an accident.

Guess we've all just grown up!
I think that most people realize that boating is what most of us do in our leisure time and that it is ok to consume a drink or two responsibly during that leisure time.

Plus the chicks need booze to get up the guts to go dance in their bikini's on the front of the boats!!
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