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Oh stewardess,
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A simple margarita made with Freshies brand all natural mix and Don Julio Reposado.
 
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Absinthe.

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Octoberfest at a nearby grocery store this afternoon. Not really a festival, more of a free sampling of two to four beers from each of the eight breweries. A few six packs followed me home. Starting at the top and going clockwise: Saint Arnold Octoberfest, Karbach Octoberfest (my favorite so far this season), Leinenkougal harvest patch shandy, and Sam Adams Octoberfest.



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I'm settling in to watch some football, and found three more domestic Octoberfest to try: Schlafly, Bell's, and Abita.

 
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Samuel Adams Octoberfest.
 
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I'm settling in to watch some football, and found three more domestic Octoberfest to try: Schlafly, Bell's, and Abita.
Abita was at the "Octoberfest" this afternoon, and it was my 3rd favorite Octoberfest. It was fine, but I didn't buy a 6-pack of it.



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Spaten Oktoberfest on tap at my local German joint.

Now Paulaner Oktoberfest in the bottle.


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is circumspective
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Coupla' fingers of Maker's 46, coupla' ice cubes.



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Spaten Oktoberfest on tap at my local German joint.

Now Paulaner Oktoberfest in the bottle.


Both are very good Oktoberfests. Enjoy!
 
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Knob Creek Rye, neat. Great way to top off the day.
 
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I started off with a Shiner Oktoberfest (so,so) and now working on a bomber of Bear Republic Racer 5 IPA.
 
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Tinker Sailor Soldier Pie
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Last night:


Tonight:


Yummy


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Masterson Rye
 
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After a drive-in theater double header of Back to the Future and Jaws, a taste of Buffalo Trace is on the docket.


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Hopefully a big cold Paloma.
 
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Hopefully a big cold Paloma.
Nice! That is my favorite tequila drink.



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Masterson Rye


How is that?

Working on a Van Winkle wheater myself.





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Oh stewardess,
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Sigh. ^ For a long while I was buying the 10/107 for about $35, easy as pie.

Damn you, Justified, Damn you....
 
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Absinthe.



Drank it once overseas...WHOA!



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Too clever by half
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Sigh. ^ For a long while I was buying the 10/107 for about $35, easy as pie.

Damn you, Justified, Damn you....


$50.00 last year, the beauty and the curse of liquor sale controlled by the Commonwealth.

I know people refer to the "Justified Effect" as a real thing, I just haven't met anyone who would admit they became bourbon drinkers or who chose a brand because of a TV show.




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