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Old 10-16-2011, 08:51 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I was in Aspen last year and for some reason I drank a shitload of Coors Light - brewed in the Rockies - I guess that's why it seemed appropriate.

I'm gonna be in Whistler this year. I've read that Kokanee Gold is a must try and is only available in BC. Are there any other regional drinks I should try? What do you find yourself drinking a lot of in Whistler?
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WTF, people plan trips down to this level?

Absinthe, by the pint
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"Mountain margarita" in the camelbak is the favorite amongst the skiers I go with sometimes .
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I was in Aspen last year and for some reason I drank a shitload of Coors Light
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I'd like to steer clear of burgers - not healthy and I'm especially trying to avoid fries....

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"Mountain margarita" in the camelbak is the favorite amongst the skiers I go with sometimes .
I can't imagine they last very long on the mountain drinking margaritas like water?
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WTF, people plan trips down to this level?

Absinthe, by the pint
I like to plan short trips and pack in as much as possible so planning ahead gets me the most bang for my buck.
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I like to plan short trips and pack in as much as possible so planning ahead gets me the most bang for my buck.
That's why this thread is so odd and no one is saying anything serious. So you drink light beer by preference (Not a dig btw)? Is it about what's cheap/on special?

You never know whats gonna have good prices til your at the spot. Best be asking the wait staff i'm guessing.

Whistler brewing makes some good beers > Our Beers Whistler Brewing
If you want something 'appropriate' that is.

Realistically, I don't know how much time you'll save by deciding on drinks beforehand though!
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Lots of breast milk keeps me riding hard all day
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Lots of breast milk keeps me riding hard all day
See snowman123456: ask a stupid question, help us all waste time at our boring jobs by posting retarded answers for the hell of it...

Although now I think of it, perhaps breast milk is a good option

Gotta be healthier than beer, and we all know you are conscious of these things
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Although now I think of it, perhaps breast milk is a good option

Gotta be healthier than beer, and we all know you are conscious of these things
Well much like beer breast milk also varies greatly in quality from region to region and resort to resort and believe it or not it's even more fun to drink out of the tap than beer but I find it's better for winter sports than summer.

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