Beers!!!!!!????

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  1. readytocruise

    readytocruise Earning My Ears

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    does anyone know what brands of beers they serve on board???
    just wondering whether i need to smuggle some decent beer
    on board or not........

    THANKS!
     
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  3. Hans Solo

    Hans Solo DIS Veteran<br><font color=purple>Help me Obi-wan

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  4. readytocruise

    readytocruise Earning My Ears

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    THANKS Hans Solo!!!!
     
  5. Zurg

    Zurg <font color=red>Eivl <font color=navy>Emperor<br><

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    So reading the list you better pack some real beer.
     
  6. my3kids

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    You don't have to smuggle the beer on.....Disney doesn't mind!:D
     
  7. FlatcoatLuver

    FlatcoatLuver Earning My Ears

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    Whoopee!! :bounce:

    Back up the beer truck!
     
  8. Hans Solo

    Hans Solo DIS Veteran<br><font color=purple>Help me Obi-wan

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    you will have to roll your own keg to your cabin but I think the room setward will provide the ice.

    :earsboy: :earsgirl: :Pinkbounc :bounce:
     
  9. readytocruise

    readytocruise Earning My Ears

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    I already feel sorry for the guy that gets to load my bags
    on the ship....... 4 days X 12 beers a day........

    :earseek:


    7 days to go!!!!!!!
     
  10. xanadubeach

    xanadubeach Earning My Ears

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    My husband had a 12 pack of beer in a bag as we walked in through the terminal. Although DCL doesn't mind you bringing beer on board the security guy asked my husband to cover the beer better (no flaunting it, in other words).

    Also, be careful about packing too much in your suitcase. I have seen and heard of luggage handlers taking out their frustrations on overweight luggage. Wouldn't want your clothes to be soggy upon arrival.
     
  11. pigelet

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    We brought a rolling cooler on board with a case of beer then bought more in St. Martin. Saved us tons of money. Just got back yesterday. Our room steward filled it up with ice everyday and we kept it on our deck. It was a beautiful thing.
     
  12. zurgswife

    zurgswife WDW is my Shangrala...and I'm going...life is bett

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    Sounds like I'll need to purchase a rolling cooler.....as all the beer we drink comes in bottles and I wouldn't want a porter breaking it all....too expensive.....
     
  13. Dave_from_Marietta

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    Keep in mind that you're not allowed to bring coolers onboard. The only kind of cooler that would be allowed is a soft-sided cooler that you could fold and pack in your suitcase. Your best solution for carrying your own bottled beer onboard is to put it on a rolling luggage cart.
     
  14. Zurg

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    Snif.. Sniff..

    It is a beautiful thing, I may cry.

    I think it is called a HAND TRUCK!
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  15. Hans Solo

    Hans Solo DIS Veteran<br><font color=purple>Help me Obi-wan

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    It only has a 500 lb capacity. How can make do with that????

    :earsboy: :earsgirl: :Pinkbounc :bounce:
     
  16. Dave_from_Marietta

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    LOL, Zurg! How much are you bringing? I was thinking more along the lines of a something a bit more discreet. Like <a href="http://www.brookstone.com/shop/product.asp?product_code=212498">this</a>:

    <p align=center><img src="http://www.brookstone.com/bs_assets/images/shop/large/212498_L.jpg" border=1></p>
     
  17. Zurg

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    Good point Han, and I don't have that force thing working for me like that twerp Luke Skywalker.

    [​IMG]

    This baby is rated for 3000lbs. It is only a 4 day trip so this should be enough..
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    .. if I restock at Nassau.
     
  18. Buschfan

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    I really miss when DVCNuts would respond to any topic regarding beer. Where is that guy? Anyway, I always pack brews in a hard sided suitcase. Wrap 12 packs with towels to protect against any mishandling. I have to say DCL has some good draught beers onboard though to supplement your personal stash. DCL had Miller Light, Bud, and Heineken on draught a couple of years ago. Just got off a NCL cruise and all the draught beer tasted old. They had no refillable mug deal either.
     
  19. FlatcoatLuver

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    ROTFL! I wish we were all going on the same cruise. We think alike!

    Maybe we could arrange for a helicopter drop...you know, a cargo net full of brew....!
     
  20. Zurg

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    Is he the guy who was always going on about the price of DVC point rentals being too low?
     
  21. zurgswife

    zurgswife WDW is my Shangrala...and I'm going...life is bett

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    Unfortunely putting "good draught beers" and Miller Light, Bud, and Heineken in the same paragraph doesn't work for me....:D :D :D :D :D .....
     

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