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    Quote Originally Posted by 91711
    I drink RO/DI water and a lot of milk.
    Something/Distilled water?
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    Tapwater.... yummy :bier:

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Horned God
    Something/Distilled water?
    It is water filtered first by reverse osmosis and then by deionization. Distilled water is often less pure, and I do not have a soure of distilled water anyway.

    I own an RO/DI filter because I need pure water for other purposes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RehnskiŲld
    I presently drink water from my own well...
    Is there any other way? Nothing beats fresh well water, IMO... except maybe pure mountain spring water, directly from the source (not from a bottle).

    At the moment I'm drinking a large mug of warm chammomile tea, with lot's of cream and a kiss of honey... It's really cold today, and on a day like this there's nothing like a warm cup of tea to soothe your spirits, and a fire in the hearth to warm you toes.
    "Nature! We are surrounded and embraced by her:
    powerless to separate ourselves from her, and powerless to penetrate beyond her.

    Without asking, or warning, she snatches us up into her circling dance, and whirls us on until we are tired, and drop from her arms." - Goethe

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    Filtered water here, too.

    Sometimes, when I'm feeling wild, I dilute a bit of this with soda water:


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    Quote Originally Posted by newenstad
    I just opened a bottle "Zwettler Bier". (@Horned God: the brewery isn´t far away from Heidenreichstein)
    You peeked my interest with that, so I went down to the offie, which is only 5 doors away, specially to see if I could pick some up, but unfortunately they didn't have it.
    I presume Zwettler is one of the many micro-brews which have a long and noble tradition among the Austrians and for which they are justly famous.
    Breweries in Britain and Ireland have, in recent years been trying (cynically in my view) to emulate the continentals. Some of these new British and Irish brands may taste alright but I'm usually left thinking; "there is no tradition behind this so whats the point?". Better leave it to those who know how to do it right.

    Anyway, right now I am drinking this:


    Foreign export Guinness, and very good it is to, I recomend it highly.
    Seriously, this is probably the best Guinness you can get outside of a pub.
    At 7.5% Vol it is also stronger than normal Guinness, so it might be as well to line your stomach beforehand. With regular Guinness you don't really have to do that imo, owing to the fact that the black stuff is so heavy that it is scarcely possible to consume enough of it in one sitting to do yourself any real damage, what a different story with lager, or, heaven preserve us, cider!
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    Quote Originally Posted by EyūimŲrk
    Is there any other way?
    Around here, if you drink the well water, start saving up to pay your oncologist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by neoclassical
    Around here, if you drink the well water, start saving up to pay your oncologist.
    Is your water that bad? :O Eeeek! What's floating around in there that's causing tumors and cancer? Do you know?

    Fortunately, I live in an area that's still relatively rural, pure and unspoiled... our water is very safe. Who knows for how long though...
    "Nature! We are surrounded and embraced by her:
    powerless to separate ourselves from her, and powerless to penetrate beyond her.

    Without asking, or warning, she snatches us up into her circling dance, and whirls us on until we are tired, and drop from her arms." - Goethe

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    Quote Originally Posted by EyūimŲrk
    Is your water that bad? :O Eeeek! What's floating around in there that's causing tumors and cancer? Do you know?

    Fortunately, I live in an area that's still relatively rural, pure and unspoiled... our water is very safe. Who knows for how long though...
    Well - near the city, apparently, there's a lot of random industrial waste. In the countryside, the opinions differ on how much the aquifiers have been permeated by various toxic chemicals, but in a state full of oil refineries and technology companies, hell, almost anything is possible.

    And if you think that's bad... there's always the Gulf of Mexico. A constant stream of medical waste from the US side, and a constant stream of sewage from the Mexican side. Yeccch.

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    I drink this:


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