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Lists of Beer, Wine, Complimentary / Well Alcoholic Beverages at Admirals Clubs

Lists of Beer, Wine, Complimentary / Well Alcoholic Beverages at Admirals Clubs

Old Nov 21, 10, 4:23 pm
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Lists of Beer, Wine, Complimentary / Well Alcoholic Beverages at Admirals Clubs

Rather than fold this into the main thread on this topic, I thought it might be useful to have a separate thread dedicated to lists of specific alcoholic beverages available at domestic Admirals Clubs. Please reserve discussion for the main thread so that we can maintain this thread as a quick & easy-to-read resource.

BOS
(list posted at the bar; Jun 2, 2011)

Well Liquors
McCormick Vodka
McCormick Gin
McCormick Rum
Sutton Club Scotch
Sutton Club Whiskey
Ten High Bourbon
Juarez Tequila

Draft Beers
Budweiser
Coors Light
Sam Adams (removed as of Nov 8, 2010)

Wines
Trinity Oaks Chardonnay
Trinity Oaks Pinot Grigio
Trinity Oaks Cabernet Sauvignon
Trinity Oaks Merlot


BNA
(list posted around club; Nov 27, 2011)

Complimentary Beers (free)
Bud Light
Miller Light
Coors Light

Premium Beers ($)
Blue Moon
Corona
Guinness
Sam Adams
Shiner Bock
Yazoo Pale Ale
Yuengling


DCA
(list posted at the bar; Nov 21, 2010)

Well Liquors
Gordon's Gin
Gordon's Vodka
Ron Rico Rum
Early Times Whiskey
Juarez Tequila

Draft Beers
Budweiser
Bud Light
Old Dominion

Bottled Beers
Coors
Coors Light
Miller Lite

Wines (sorry, didn't have time to record the labels)
Chardonnay
Pinot Grigio
Cabernet Sauvignon
Merlot

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Old Nov 21, 10, 7:50 pm
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Partial Lists (originally reported in the main thread; updated based on info here)

DFW A
Coors
Miller

McCormick well liquors

Trinity Oaks Cabernet Sauvignon
Trinity Oaks Merlot

DFW B
Coors Light

DFW C
Coors Light
Miller

McCormick well liquors

DFW D
Bud Light
Coors Light
Miller Lite

IAD
Yuengling Lager
Yuengling Black & Tan
Budweiser
Bud Light
Coors Light

Smirnoff Vodka
Ron Rico Rum
Juarez Tequila
Gordon's Gin

LAX
Bud Select
Pyramid Heffeweizen (if Bud Select unavailable)
Sam Adams (removed)

LGA
Draft Beer
Budweiser
Miller Lite

Bottled Beer
none

ORD H/K
Budweiser
Bud Light
Miller
Leinie's Red

PHL ($1 fee req'd due to PA liquor laws)
Yuengling
Coors
Miller

RDU
Miller Genuine Draft
Miller Lite
Budweiser
Bud Light
Michelob Ultra
Yuengling
Yuengling Light

5 red wines, including
Menage a Trois
Main Street
Montevina
Jargon

SFO
Coors
Bud Light

STL
Draft
Amberbock
Bud Select

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Old Jun 3, 11, 10:03 am
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BOS has been updated.
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Old Jun 3, 11, 11:18 am
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LAX does not offer Sam Adams comp. They do offer Bud Select comp. Sometimes if they are out of Bud Select, they will offer Pyramid Heff (but I don't think that's a standard offering).
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Old Jun 3, 11, 11:23 am
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The Coors Light draft tasted awful last week at BOS, when I mentioned it to the bartender (who was for the record probably one of the rudest people I have ever had the displeasure of meeting) said that it always tastes bad.

Will never go through there again.
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Old Jun 3, 11, 11:24 am
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Originally Posted by dstan View Post

Well Liquors
Gordon's Gin paint thinner
Gordon's Vodka paint thinner
Ron Rico Rum paint thinner
Early Times Whiskey
Juarez Tequila paint thinner
I remember when Early Times was a bourbon, not a whiskey... Sign of the times.
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Old Jun 3, 11, 11:40 am
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Originally Posted by IflyonAA View Post
The Coors Light draft tasted awful last week at BOS, when I mentioned it to the bartender (who was for the record probably one of the rudest people I have ever had the displeasure of meeting) said that it always tastes bad.

Will never go through there again.
I actually had a Budweiser there yesterday and it was fine. I just wanted something cold and I wasn't worried about trying to finish it! Of course, you can still purchase premium beers. Not sure why any of that would stop you from visiting the AC, though...
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in SFO
Coors and Bud light are only the free beers.
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Originally Posted by dfwflyguy View Post
in SFO
Coors and Bud light are only the free beers.
Thanks, added it!
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Originally Posted by IflyonAA View Post
The Coors Light draft tasted awful last week at BOS, when I mentioned it to the bartender (who was for the record probably one of the rudest people I have ever had the displeasure of meeting) said that it always tastes bad.

Will never go through there again.
1. I usually don't choose where to fly based on drink selections; apparently some do.

2. If I were to deign to ask for Coors Light, I would have very, very low expectations.

Cheers.
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Originally Posted by brp View Post
2. If I were to deign to ask for Coors Light, I would have very, very low expectations.
Indeed, I was actually surprised to find the Bud palatable - been a long time since I've had one!
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Originally Posted by dstan View Post
I actually had a Budweiser there yesterday and it was fine. I just wanted something cold and I wasn't worried about trying to finish it! Of course, you can still purchase premium beers. Not sure why any of that would stop you from visiting the AC, though...
Originally Posted by brp View Post
1. I usually don't choose where to fly based on drink selections; apparently some do.

2. If I were to deign to ask for Coors Light, I would have very, very low expectations.

Cheers.
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Indeed, I was actually surprised to find the Bud palatable - been a long time since I've had one!
It wasn't about the beer it was that God awful person behind the bar with the manners of a pig along with the various shouts of F#### & ##%#%# whilst he was watching sport on TV, sat on the passengers side of the bar, not his side of the bar. Initially, I had to wait for a commercial break to get any attention.
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Wouldn't an e-mail to the AC: the AC contact e-mail from from aa.com or manager at BOS possibly be more productive? F-bombs from staff or contract staff are not why members and families repair to the AC.

Originally Posted by IflyonAA View Post
It wasn't about the beer it was that God awful person behind the bar with the manners of a pig along with the various shouts of F#### & ##%#%# whilst he was watching sport on TV, sat on the passengers side of the bar, not his side of the bar. Initially, I had to wait for a commercial break to get any attention.
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Currently in ORD H/K club. I rarely ask for a beer in the club, but am traveling with others who are beer drinkers, so I asked what was complimentary. Surprised to find out that in addition to Miller Lite, Sapporo was also on draught and free!
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Forgot I'd gotten a photo of the beer list at BNA! Added it to the OP - not sure about well liquors & wines - there must have been a separate list at the bar or maybe it was on the back of the Beer list.
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