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It's Beergarita O'Clock At The Horseshoe Bay Resort

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  Site Where: 200 Hi Circle North [map], Horseshoe Bay, TX, United States, 78657
August 6, 2010 at 10:26 AM | by | Comments (0)

Who's thirsty? It's time for another installment of our Summer Cocktails series. All summer long we'll profile fun new summer drinks served at hotels around the world. Got one we should know about? Send us the recipe with a photo of the drink. Otherwise, enjoy and @reply us when you're wasted!

Ah, summer drinking. The only time it isn't totally awesome is in when you can't decide if you want a beer or a cocktail. You could throw back both in quick succession—or you could maximize both time and booze and order a Beergarita at the Horseshoe Bay Resort in Texas.

We're pretty sure there's some rule about not mixing beer and liquor but to hell with it! It's hot! We want a cool refreshing Miller Light but we need that shot of tequila to remind us it's Friday. Let's do this.

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Horseshoe Bay Resort Offers Jet Fuel Rebate for Ballers Rolling in on Private Planes

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  Site Where: 200 Hi Cir N [map], Horseshoe Bay, TX, United States, 78657
June 20, 2008 at 3:25 PM | by | Comments (2)

If you happen to have a private plane (what? we have a whole fleet, you know), Horseshoe Bay Resort in Texas' Hill Country will give you a rebate on that barf-inducingly expensive fuel when you fly into the resort's private airport:

The resort is offering a rebate of $1.00 per gallon on jet fuel and $0.75 per gallon on 100 low-lead fuel on all purchases, up to 1,000 gallons, at the Horseshoe Bay Resort Airport and Jet Center through September 1, 2008. The rebate appears as a credit on the guests' folio and can be applied to accommodations, golf, marina rentals, spa treatments, dinner and more.

Uh, yeah. If you're bouncing around in a private jet -- emissions be damned! -- isn't $1000, like, chump change?

Here's a better idea: instead of spending the money on spa treatments, maybe the guest should also be able to apply the rebate to an environmental charity of their choosing. Just sayin'.