Official Drink of Expat® Knives

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  1. Expat

    Expat Expat™ Knives Staff Member

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    Where do we get it?
     
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    that’s a sweet sticker
     
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    I haven’t seen these since I was a kid, my grandma use to get the in the small bottles. Thanks for the good memory.
     
  5. Expat

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    The only place I've ever seen it in my life is at ESEE World Headquarters. I drank a Yeti Hopper full two weeks ago.
     
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    how's it compare to blenheim's?
     
  7. Expat

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    Not as spicy as Blenheims. But still spicy.
     
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    Somehow I had the Official Drink of Expat Knives pegged as either PBR or Malta Goya.
     
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    PBR is likely the official adult drink.
     
  10. Expat

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    I don’t drink alcohol. It’s nasty. And I have class. I’m not some derelict.
     
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    Ginger drinks......going to have to be Bundaberg Ginger Beer for me... :D
     
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    Imagine that o_O Guess you can't judge people by there facial tattoos :p
     
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    Just made some ginger beer. Needs work but its ginger beer.
     
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    tasty stuff, too!
     
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    Can you get any classier than PBR?
     
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    There is a place I can get that near by me. Like $4 a bottle. It is definitely up there on my list of Ginger Ales. I find it to be weird in that to me it is very good if it is very cold. But if it's not really cold, it tastes bad. I don't get that but it's true.

    Here are some other ones I like:
    Cock n Bull
    Ale-8-One (almost too sweet though)
    Blenheim
    Vernors
    Seagrams
    Kemper's
    Schweppe's
    Reeds (the honey one is really good)


    But the best in my opinion is Buffalo Rock. There is another one that I really like from Bermuda, called Barritt's. I started drinking it in the Bahamas. But I will find it from time to time at certain Publix. Other than that, never seen it in the states.

    I don't care for Hansen's, or Dr. Brown's. And a few others I can't think of right now. I don't really like Canada Dry. I did when I was a kid, which probably started me down this road, but now it's just too weak.
     
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    ....I agree 100%...!!! I try to have it just off frozen ! The colder temps seem to highlight the flavours much more !!!
     
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    I like Cheerwine. Had some just the other day again. But it’s no Ginger Ale.
     
  20. Jeff Randall

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    If anyone is interested, I will sell them a can of this stuff for 20 bucks a can. That includes shipping within the continental United States....and Ill even pay your state's sales tax.
     
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