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#101 Feathers

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Posted 31 October 2017 - 08:34 PM

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Posted 31 October 2017 - 08:41 PM

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Posted 25 January 2018 - 12:56 PM

 

In 1779 a woman by the name of Betsy Flanagan owned a tavern near Yorktown, New York. Men from Washington's army used to hang out at this establishment to relax their worries and energize themselves with concoctions of alcohol known as bracers. Many of the officers used to tease old Betsy about the chickens that one of her close neighbors. Seems the neighbor was a Tory. Well, one day she decided to make them all eat their words.
 
Back in those days, no true patriot would buy anything from a Tory. It just wasn't done. Political correctness and all. So, Betsy arranged a wonderful chicken dinner for them. When they finished feasting on the delicious birds they continued their celebrations at the bar with more bracers. To their merriment they found each bottle or 'bracer' festooned with a a doodle do's tail from the Tory chicken farmers coop. They laughed and laughed and a toast was called for and one of the men (I think he was French) exclaimed:
 
"Vive le a doodle do tail"
 
Betsy was a popular gal it seems. Since that day forward all of Betsy's concoctions were known as a doodle dotails, a name that we still use today to describe the inebriating drinks we so love to imbibe from time to time.
 
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I was wondering if the coffee houses in Amsterdam are places that sew discontent!?
 
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Nope! I guess not...
 
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Posted 25 January 2018 - 01:33 PM

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Posted 25 January 2018 - 09:54 PM

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Posted 29 January 2018 - 06:53 PM

The Dutch Way of Drinking
 
The most underrated culture in the world — when it comes to booze
 
We've seen American drinking establishments called many things: bars, taverns, inns, pubs, and clubs. Joints, places, rooms. German biergarten, Mexican cantinas, Irish shebeens. Everything but proeflokaal. Which is Dutch for "tasting room," a place where you sample spirits (and maybe a little beer on the side). In fact, although we've done a pretty fair job of sipping our way across the U. S. A., we have yet to come across a single dramshop that is Dutch-inspired. That is ironic, since — although the undeniable charm of legal pot smoking and the deep-rooted Dutch aversion to self-promotion have done an excellent job of keeping it secret — the Netherlands, and Amsterdam in particular, is home to some of the most righteous old bars in the world. And by old, we mean old. Places like De Drie Fleschjes ("the Three Little Bottles"), a cozy little room in the heart of the city that dates back to 1650 or so, or the nearby (and even smaller) Café de Dokter (that would be "the Doctor"), family-owned since 1798. Unlike the grand old pubs and inns of London, these ancient institutions are low-key, plain, and humble; it doesn't take more than a minute and a half for a visiting Yank to feel exactly at home there. 
 
How to Perform the Kopstoot
 
1. Put tulip glass on the table.
 
2. Pour a small glass (6 to 8 oz) of beer and put it near the tulip glass.
 
3. Pour chilled genever carefully into tulip glass until it's so full that the top bulges.
 
4. Bending from the waist, take the first, generous sip of the genever.
 
5. Straighten up and have a sip of the beer.
 
 
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Posted 29 January 2018 - 06:59 PM

The old double fist...
 
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How about a boilermaker?
 
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Posted 29 January 2018 - 07:07 PM

Boilermaker it is.
 
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Posted 29 January 2018 - 07:11 PM

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Posted 29 January 2018 - 07:18 PM

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