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Same shit, different day. Just another in the long and ignominious line of alco-pop.

Bartles & James
Zima
Mikes Hard Lemonade
White Claw.

Hell, if you get right down to it, Medieval wenches were probably getting wasted on Sauternes, Port, and fermented Ciders.

Sweet bubbly hooch has been around for a LOOOONG time, and this is just the newest label on the same old crap. I don't mind some bubbly sweet water (in fact, I used to love Clearly Canadian), but throw the alcohol in there and it just tastes like shitty party punch to me.

Whatever. We sell the shit out of it at our golf course, and money is money. Folks want it; we will stock it. Doesn't matter if I like it or not!

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My wife tried one and handed it to me to try...blechh



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We hosted a family get together over the weekend. All the millennials were drinking White Claw. There is some left, ain't trying any but they might explode nicely on the range when hit by the all powerful .45 ACP.
 
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My wife loves that shit. And about 2.5 of them is the keys to the kingdom so...... Kind of a fan of them. lol
 
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My wife loves that shit. And about 2.5 of them is the keys to the kingdom so...... Kind of a fan of them. lol


That is hilarious


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Hey Rev, ain't no laws when you're drinking claws, claw is the law.
 
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Why the hell does anyone care what I drink? I don't get this rant at all. You don't like it don't drink it. I like to drink and there are tons of great beers out there. But I switched to vodka/soda to cut the calories. Same as hard seltzer.

But yeah, this rant, weird. It doesn't affect the op at all.




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But yeah, this rant, weird. It doesn't affect the op at all.


I thought a rant was just that, a rant. Things that I find annoying, not the collective.

As far as being affected goes, it's super annoying to stand behind a cackle of millenial hens at the liquor store in Martha's Vineyard while they each pay by debit card for their own personal claw 12 pack. Totally incapable of having one person buy it all and settle up later. Also, hearing dumbass pop-country songs touting the benefits of "The Claw" gets old fast. Not to mention the utter disgust by guests at a very nice party you are hosting when they find out you don't have their current flavor du jour of "The Claw".
 
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This guy nails what the OP is talking about LOL. Big Grin


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But yeah, this rant, weird. It doesn't affect the op at all.


I thought a rant was just that, a rant. Things that I find annoying, not the collective.

As far as being affected goes, it's super annoying to stand behind a cackle of millenial hens at the liquor store in Martha's Vineyard while they each pay by debit card for their own personal claw 12 pack. Totally incapable of having one person buy it all and settle up later. Also, hearing dumbass pop-country songs touting the benefits of "The Claw" gets old fast. Not to mention the utter disgust by guests at a very nice party you are hosting when they find out you don't have their current flavor du jour of "The Claw".


First world problems and all that



Pickin' stones and pullin' teats is a hard way to make a living. But, sure as God's got sandals, it beats fightin' dudes with treasure trails.

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And the snowflakes go crazy, they can't find a popular, crappy, snowflake drink







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I've never heard of it before looking at this thread. I guess that means I can do without it. It's not as if there's a couple of thousand other beverage choices out there. {shrug}
 
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I've never heard of it before looking at this thread. I guess that means I can do without it. It's not as if there's a couple of thousand other beverage choices out there. {shrug}


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Sentiment without action is the ruin of the soul.


Help, I'm having premonitions of future flashbacks.

Only in an insane world are the sane considered insane.

Some people listen to the noise of the world,
And some people listen to the quiet.

"All Californians, like all citizens of the United States, have a fundamental Constitutional right to keep and bear common and dangerous arms. The nation’s Founders used arms for self-protection, for the common defense, for hunting food, and as a check against tyranny." Judge Benitez - March 2019
 
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But yeah, this rant, weird. It doesn't affect the op at all.


I thought a rant was just that, a rant. Things that I find annoying, not the collective.

As far as being affected goes, it's super annoying to stand behind a cackle of millenial hens at the liquor store in Martha's Vineyard while they each pay by debit card for their own personal claw 12 pack. Totally incapable of having one person buy it all and settle up later. Also, hearing dumbass pop-country songs touting the benefits of "The Claw" gets old fast. Not to mention the utter disgust by guests at a very nice party you are hosting when they find out you don't have their current flavor du jour of "The Claw".


Okay guests whining about not having their flavor and annoying country songs, good for a rant. People paying for their own shit, I gotta disagree. No different if they are all buying racks of good beer. Who on earth would pay for everyone’s and then try to figure out change and credit cards later. I hate waiting in long lines as much as anyone. But if 5 people are there before me I don’t really have a valid bitch just because one doesn’t pay for everyone else.




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I was in line at the grocery store yesterday after the Bucks game.
Guy in front of me has a pack of White Claw. All dressed up in suit pants, dress shirt and a tie. I was laughing and I do mean I was laughing.
He got carded which made me laugh more. Ya, I'm that asshole sometimes.
I puy my filet mignon, 6 pack of Voodoo Ranger Jucifer (try it, it's really good) and rosemary on the belt. Still laughing.
I'll have a good beer over that crap any day.


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It's not necessary for something to involve you directly in order for you to feel the need to vent about it. The silly behavior surrounding this beverage covers a whole lot of ground in the current shameful state of American culture. Nothing wrong with pointing that out.
 
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Apparently there is a shortage nationwide now. I tried a sip of my mother in laws. It tastes like radio static. The good news is she didn’t like it either.


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It's not necessary for something to involve you directly in order for you to feel the need to vent about it. The silly behavior surrounding this beverage covers a whole lot of ground in the current shameful state of American culture. Nothing wrong with pointing that out.


Fair enough. I guess I didn’t realize all the craziness over this drink. I realized this weekend when I read about a shortage of it. I wouldn’t bitch about what someone drinks but if they are gonna be all crazy about it I guess I get it




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How hard is it to buy seltzer and a bottle of vodka and make a boatload of “hard” seltzer’s?

Forgive me if it isn’t vodka. I can’t drink seltzer so I don’t really know what the alcohol is though. To me it’s like buying pre mixed jack and coke in a can. And then coming up with the most annoying advertising campaign ever to promote it. And, Americans buy into the nonsense hook line and sinker. Ugh

I’m not arguing with the wife though so I do have it in my fridge. Recently had a party and listened to the women talk about their favorite flavor. I miss Zima. Lol
 
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