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Bee Breeze

Posted on 11 October 2010 by admin     

Imagine Chambord meeting with Barenjäger and a dash of pineapple all floating in a sea of cranberry juice. Yeah, amazing thoughts come to mind, one being sweet. Nice color too.

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  1. seanusmcmaximus Says:

    goodtimes 😀

  2. everydaydrinkers Says:

    @seanusmcmaximus Sailor Jerry’s will be in a cocktail arriving on Friday called the Cinco Drinko 🙂

  3. seanusmcmaximus Says:

    sailor jerry is soo good. Its really good with coca cola. My favourite way to make something out of it is to put 2 and half shots in a shaker, the juice of a whole lime, two/three dashes angostura bitters, shake with ice, strain into a cocktail glass. Sometimes serve it up with a big twist of lime zest hanging over the edge of the glass.

  4. Darkknight1989 Says:

    Or maybe you just Googled it?

  5. DrOpDeAdGoRgEoUs74 Says:


  6. bashlet Says:

    The shirt is for the ‘German Beer Purity Law’ which the duchy of Bavaria put into action in 1516. The top left symbol is the molecular structure of water. The right is the molecular structure of yeast and the bottom symbol is hops. Yes, I am a genius.

  7. bobwatters Says:

    looks like it needs some vodca to add a little punch to it so u dont go into a diabetic coma tryin to get a buzz off of it

  8. mikeymoo27 Says:

    the word your looking for is ergonomical 😉

  9. ColdIceCreamMan Says:

    Veltins and Bitburger are nice but not my favorites. The most horrible thing here is the V+ brand of Veltins… it’s a mixture of beer and either energy or apple or what the hell i know. Beck does the same. There is Beck’s Green Lemon and Beck’s Ice they taste like sugar and water in a bottle… they are sugar and water in a bottle… grrrr

  10. everydaydrinkers Says:

    @dandywankers The company isn’t getting back to me with their contact information and/or samples.

  11. everydaydrinkers Says:

    @ColdIceCreamMan Sorry, my latest adventure has been with Bayern–and I forgot Erdinger and Weihenstephan 🙂

    How about Bitburger und Veltins? Those are two of the ones I had while visiting both Dusseldorf/Krefeld and Hamburg. Had a lot of Veltins…okay, well, had a lot of Bitburger too.

  12. dandywankers Says:

    @dandywankers you keep teasing us with the fountain

  13. dandywankers Says:

    whens that absinthe show coming?

  14. ColdIceCreamMan Says:

    Yea these are mostly Bavarian beers…
    I live in Oldenburg, Lower Saxony, near to Bremen. We’ve got the better Pils! 😀

  15. everydaydrinkers Says:

    @ColdIceCreamMan Yes, Beck’s Beer isn’t really what many of consider the highest standard of German beers–they are doing a huge advertising push with Reinheitsgebot though.

    I like: Warsteiner, Löwenbräu & Spaten & Franziskaner (all same mother brand InBev w/ Anheuser-Busch now), Ayinger and a bunch of “Hefe” (hefeweizen) beers. Right now my beer fridge is full of Julius Echter and, oddly enough. Flying Dog (american)

  16. ColdIceCreamMan Says:

    Seriously Beck’s Beer sucks… there’s much better beer over here, like Jever, Astra or Haake Beck. Try those… i dont know where or even if you can get them. 😀
    Greetings from Germany!

  17. wreckermaster13 Says:

    nice drink. to sweet for me tho. here is a sloe gin recipe for you:
    Stu’s Yukon Fruit Cocktail

    1 1/4 oz. Gold Rum
    1 1/4 oz. Melon Liqueur
    1 1/4 oz. Raspberry Liqueur
    1 1/4 oz. Sloe Gin
    1 1/4 oz. Yukon Jack

    Fill shaker half full with ice. Add ingredients in any order. Mix well until cold. Strain into two cocktail glasses.

  18. everydaydrinkers Says:

    @mwgibson Wow, even have the date (which is printed on the shirt as well). I love the Reinheitsgebot! What do you win… I’ll send you a T-Shirt after I get it designed on Zazzle. I’ve got to find a designer that wants to work with me to create it first 🙂

  19. mwgibson Says:


    The law was passed in 1516, and for anyone that is a fan of Beck’s Beer, it is part of their slogan in advertisements.

    What do I win? 🙂

  20. mwgibson Says:

    T-Shirt – Reinheitsgebot

    “German Beer Purity Law” or “Bavarian Purity Law” in English, is a regulation concerning the production of beer in Germany. Only ingredients that could be used in the production of beer were water, barley, and hops. The law has since been repealed but many German beers, for marketing purposes, continue to declare that they abide by the rule, in an attempt to convince customers that only the three permissible ingredients are used. Happy St. Paddy’s Day +1 🙂

  21. dpowanator Says:

    ingredients of beer?


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