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^ just got home with a six-pack of that. It's currently chilling.


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Currently trying Eagle Rare bourbon, at the recommendation of the seller of beer, wine & spirits where I stopped to pick up a fifth of Buffalo Trace. Claimed it was better. Smoother. It's pretty good, but I don't know if it's better than BT. Guess I'd have to A/B the two.




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Chocolate Ensure.
 
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Masterson Rye
 
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This beer is from Marz community brewing and against the grain brewery. It says it's a wheat ale but it's very hoppy. With the tea it is very tasty.



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I was about to grab a 12 pack of Sam and found that Bass Ale was on sale. I haven't had it in years. Last time was probably in a Black and Tan about 15 years ago. So I grabbed rack and it's really a nice well balanced beer. Malty enough and hoppy enough without being over the top IPA that I have to pretend to like it.




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A Belgian style tripel from New Zealand.


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Chianti. Smile



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Russels reserve single barrel 10 yr whiskey sour

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Currently trying Eagle Rare bourbon, at the recommendation of the seller of beer, wine & spirits where I stopped to pick up a fifth of Buffalo Trace. Claimed it was better. Smoother. It's pretty good, but I don't know if it's better than BT. Guess I'd have to A/B the two.


Eagle Rare is my go to 10 year bourbon. Right now I'm sipping Four Roses single barrel.


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WhistlePig 10 year rye.





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Talisker 10yo. One of my favorites. It's not as good as it used to be, but still a damn fine dram!


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Sazerac rye, Bulliet rye. And a football.


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Chimpanzee Coffee Porter made by Ordinance Brewery here in Boardman, OR.

They just got distribution so it might be available in your grocery.

Mine is from a 64oz Miir double wall stainless steel growler.


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Sweet Tea (on ice). I brought home two gallons from Chicken Express yesterday. Between my son, oldest Granddaughter, DIL and a friend of my sons (Ryan) who popped over to shoot with me I was lucky to get some. Cool

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Mother's Octoberfest

 
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Negra Modelo. Good stuff.
 
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Ice cold Coors Light at Hog Heaven in New Philadelphia Ohio. What a awesome day today was.


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Glenfarclas, on the rocks. Love that Speyside whisky.
 
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