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The CS Club Peerless Page

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Club Peerless has a dedicated radio frequency.

Frequency: 28.87 MHz
Transmitter Coordinates: Spicer Hills


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Welcome the the Common Survival Page dedicated to Club Peerless.
This page can also be reached from the main CS page, using the navigator above,
or by typing in your address bar tinyurl.com/cspeer.

Contents

Dedication

To the man who inspired this page, and supported CS from near infancy,
and Club Peerless years before that.

I, Luke Leimer, as head of Common Survival, hereby
dedicate this Club Peerless page to the one and only Percival Lions.

Signed:
--Luke Leimer 00:00, 17 May 2009 (BST)

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Events

Upcoming

Past

Page is Launched. (yay!)
--Luke Leimer 00:00, 17 May 2009 (BST)

Menu:
Prices & Stock

It's done by the fluid ounce, so feel free to drink as much as you can afford.

Also, we feel we owe as much to the government as they have helped the Zed problem.
In other words, don't worry about adding tax to your price.

Alcohol

All Beer: $0.25

Ales

Including Ginger Ale and Ginger Beer.

Lagers

Malt Beverages

Sarsaparilla

All Hard-Liquor: $1.20

Bourbon

Including Jack Daniel's.

Brandy

Including E&J

Cognac

Featuring Remy Martin

Gin

Including Gordon's.

Moonshine

Carefully distilled in the backroom of the bar, our moonshine is made of a mash of the finest potatoes
and asparagus our victory garden has to offer. A guarenteed aphrodisiac after one shot!
(The still is not currently available for public use.
Please alert management of any unusual sounds coming from the backroom.)

Rum

Featuring Meyer's Dark Rum, Sailor Jerry's Spiced Navy Rum and Bacardi Silver.

Sake

Schnapps

In apple, orange, peach, peppermint, and pineapple varieties.

Vodka

Absolut in numerous varieties and flavors, including Blue Label, Red Label, MANGO, VANILIA, MANDRIN, RUBY RED, CITRON and 100.

Whiskey & Scotch

Featuring Black Velvet, Johnny Walker and Jameson.

All Wine: $0.55

Champagne/Sparkling

Dom Pérignon, Roederer, Freixenet, Deut and Pommery.

Red Wines

Zinfandel, Cabernet Sauvignon, Sangiovese, Malbec, Merlot and Barbera

White Wines

Chardonnay, Pinot Gris, Sauvignon Blanc, Lillet, Gewurtzraminer and Riesling.

Non-Alcoholic Drinks

All Juice Beverages: $0.12

American Lemonade

Just lemons, sugar, water, and ice.
Great for any hot day.

Apple Juice

Banana Juice

Spiced Apple Cider

Cranberry Juice

Concord Grape Juice

Guava Juice

Limeade

Mango Juice

Orange Juice

Pineapple Juice

Pomegranate Juice

Strawberry Juice

Teas of Various Types

Ice Teas of Various Types

Watermelon Juice

White Grape Juice

All Mixers: $0.12

Cherry Juice

Chocolate Syrup

Coconut Milk

Cream

Lemon Juice

Lime Juice

Sweet and Sour Mix

Vanilla Flavoring

All Soft-Drinks: $0.15

British Lemonade

a.k.a. Sprite/7-up

Coca-Cola

Cream Soda

Fanta

Ginger Ale

Rootbeer

Additives: Pricing Dependent on Bartender's Mood

Black Pepper

Cinnamon

Dairy Creamer

Ground Espresso

Meringue

Non-Dairy Creamer

Non-Sugar Sweeter

Rind

Including Lemon, Lime, Orange, and Mango.

Salt

Sugar

Whipped Cream

Cocktails & Margaritas

Cocktails are available using a mixture of ingredients
listed above of the consumers choice.
No additional cost other than the ingredients, however
we encourage you to tip the bartender.


There is also a separate jar on the counter for freewill contributions to CS.

Specialty Drinks

Offered by the glass,
Also be sure to ask the bartender about the drink of the day,
week, and month. Be sure to mention them by name.

Peerless Creations- Available every day

Buffalo Milk-- $3.00

1 ounce vodka,1 ounce coffee liqueur, 1 ounce creme de bananes,
1 1/2 ounce dark creme de cacao, 2 ounces milk.
Buffalo not included.

Bullet (to the Head)-- $3.50

If the Zed don't kill ya, this will.
1 ounce vodka, 1 ounce rum, 1 ounce Tequila, 1 ounce gin,
1 1/2 ounce sweet and sour mix, 3 ounces Coca-cola, blended with ice.

Corpse Reviver-- $3.00

1 ounce brandy, 1 ounce gin, 1 ounce creme de menthe and 1 ounce Lillet,
served on the rocks. Strong enough to bring you back from the dead.
Disclaimer: Does not actually bring you back from the dead.

Floating All Night-- $3.25

1 1/2 ounces vanilla vodka, 8 ounces rootbeer, half ounce of lime and lemon juice,
topped with a scoop of vanilla ice cream stored in our freezer stock and garnished with cinnamon.
The wake up you need for your next all-nighter.

Grapes of Wrath-- $3.00

Consumer's choice of 5 ounces of either white or concord grape juice,
with two ounces vodka and one ounce rum.
Good before a shotgun spree.
If wine is preferred, please notify the bartender and add 30 cents.

Rotter('s Death)-- $4.00

4 ounces dark soda, 1 ounce each of strawberry, mango, apple, and guava juice,
and two ounces vodka. This fruity mix is refreshing, sweet, and satisfying.
Just like any rotter's death at your hands should be.

Vesper (Martini)-- $4.50

Straight out of Ian Flemming's Casino Royale.
'Three measures of Gordon's (gin); one of vodka; half a measure of Kina Lillet.
Shake it over ice, and add a thin slice of lemon peel.' 7 ounces.
Unlike the novel, the drink isn't poisoned.

(How NOT to Kill A) Zombie-- $4.50

2 ounces each of three styles of rum mixed with seasonally available fruit juices.
With a layer of high-proof rum floating on top,
Ask the bartender for a demonstration on how not to bring down the undead.

Drink of the Day

Sunday: Pucker-Up-- $2.10

6 ounces of lemon juice, 2 ounces lemon liqueur, ice, and 2 ounces rum. Blended into a nice slush.
Salt/Sugar-Rimmed glass, and/or lime-wedge available at request.
Just try and keep a straight-face.

Monday: Roy Rodgers/Shirley Temple-- $2.00

12 ounce mocktail using 9 ounce dark or light soda mixed with
3 ounces of grenadine syrup with a Maraschino Cherry on top.
Just like when you were a kid.

Tuesday: Boilermaker-- $3.50

2 oz shot glass of consumer's choice of tequila, whiskey or vodka
dropped into an 10 ounce beer of the consumer's choice.
We dare you to drink it in one go.

Wednesday: Appletini-- $2.25

Vodka, apple liqueur, and apple juice in a large, 6 ounce Martini glass.
Served with an Gala, Fuji, or Granny Smith apple slice wedged on a the lip.
For those special occasions.

Thursday: Strawberry Lemonade-- $2.10

Just a clean and heavenly mix of strawberries and sweetened lemons.
10 fluid ounces and served on-the-rocks.
An absolute American classic.

Friday: Orange Whips-- $2.10

4 ounces orange juice, 1 ounce rum, 1 ounce vodka, and 2 ounces cream,
mixed to a frothy goodness.
Because they're so popular with the BB, we decided to make 'em, too!

Saturday:Molotov (Cocktail)-- $3.00

7 oz rootbeer, 1 oz. gin, 1 oz. rum, .5 oz bourbon,
and .5 Tabasco Sauce for a total of 10 ounces.
Let the burning begin.

Drink of the Week

Always under $2.50!!

Homecoming Jell-O Shots-- $2.00

We busted out the gelatin mix found in the fridge and made ourselves various flavoured Gelatin shouts, mixed with our Vodka.
Flavours include: Cherry, Strawberry, Raspberry, Orange, Lemon, and Lime.

Drink of the Month

January: Cold Duck--$2.75

Customer's choice of sparkling wine blended with red concord grape juice.
A great way to keep that champagne buzz bubbling into the New Year!
To help bring back feeling to your frost-bitten fingers,
add 1 ounce of vodka to the mix for an additional $0.75.

February: Mountain Snow-- $1.90

One of the few Peerless Creations seasonal sundaes.
A ten ounce glass with 6 ounces rootbeer and
one scoop vanilla ice cream, topped with whipped cream and powdered sugar.
A cool drink to mimic colder weather.

March: St. Pat's Magic--$2.50

A classic mimosa served along with a shot of blue curacao and a sugar cube.
Drop the shot in the glass and watch the magic develop!
Join us for corn beef brunch on St. Patrick's Day and get the first one free.

April: Spring Rain-- $1.20

A rather strange drink, used to refresh the palate.
1 ounce vodka, 2 ounces rosewater, 2 ounces lilywater,
and 3 ounces distilled water. Helps detoxify your body.

May: Mayday Response--$2.50

2 ounces of Pimm's No. 1 Cup and 1/2 ounce melon liquer mixed with 7-Up and a twist of lime.
A great way to greet warming days, quench your thirst and celebrate May Day!
On May 1st, the first one is on the house.

June: Lava Flow-- $4.00

1 ounce rum, 1 ounce coconut milk, 2 ounce strawberry juice,
1 ounce banana juice, 2 ounces pineapple juice, 2 ounces cream.
Just like Hawai'i.

July: Independence Smoothie-- $2.30

10 ounce sundae glass, filled with 1 ounce cream, 2 ounces
of each strawberry and blueberry juice, with a single scoop
of seasonal vanilla ice cream. First one free on July 4th.
Absolute display of Yankee Pride.

August: CP Hard Lemonade-- $2.00

10 ounces of American lemonade and two ounces vodka,
Optional Cranberry, Strawberry, Limeade, or Pomegranate
flavor for only an additional $0.50.
Cool and refreshing.

September: The Working Man--$2.50

1 ounce vodka, 1 ounce spiced rum and a dash of sweet and sour mix
blended in a tall glass with tea and plenty of ice.
A cool refresher after a long day, sold for half price on Labor Day.

October: Cauldron Brew-- $6.50

Here we crack open the moonshine for 6 ounces, mixed in with
4 vodka, with 1 ounce each of lime and lemon juice and whatever stale candy,
we scrounge together.
Guaranteed to give your bowels a trick or treat.
If you finish one of these, you have our respect, and the drink's free.

November: Cherry Gobbler--$3.50

2 ounces of Wild Turkey Bourbon, 1 ounce cherry brandy and 1/2 ounce of peach schnapps
mixed with cherry cola and garnished with your choice of cranberries or cherries.
Join us for Thanksgiving Dinner and the first one is free.

December: Christmas Cheer-- $3.50

3 ounces peppermint schapps, 3 ounces cream,
2 ounces spiced apple cider, and 1 ounce gin. For that warm holiday feeling.
First one's free on Christmas Eve and Day, as well as Boxing Day.
Served 'till the First of January.

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