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Tried to find this but had no luck.


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Rumbullion, neat. Wow! Go buy a bottle. You're welcome.
 
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tonight will be Sundog, and maybe An ichabod



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tonight I will be having Quinta Das Carvalhas, a 20-year old Port



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Watching the debate, I'm having Stagg, Jr. a barrel proof bourbon at 132.2.

May have to go to something stronger...




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Spaten Oktoberfest.
 
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Michter’s US 1 Rye


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Buffalo Trace




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Weihenstephaner Hefeweissbier

It's a warm, sunny day. Perfect for polishing off the very last of the spring/summer wheat beer stockpile.
 
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Crown Royal Northern Rye


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Another rumbullion tonight! Maybe some 3 philosophers as well.....
 
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Crown Royal by the fire!


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Weihenstephaner Hefeweissbier
Have you tried their Oktoberfestbier? I haven't but it's something I definitely want to try.



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German gewurtstraminer.




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Weihenstephaner Hefeweissbier
Have you tried their Oktoberfestbier? I haven't but it's something I definitely want to try.


I have not tried this year's release but last year's was a disappointment. Nonetheless, try it if you want to. Taste differs. The only O'fest beers that I like are Spaten and Paulaner, YMMV.

Tonight... Tullamore Dew.


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Plain and simple tonight - Buffalo Trace.
 
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Luksusowa, after having read the potato vodka thread.


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Weihenstephaner Hefeweissbier
Have you tried their Oktoberfestbier? I haven't but it's something I definitely want to try.


I have not tried this year's release but last year's was a disappointment. Nonetheless, try it if you want to. Taste differs.


I concur. Weihenstephaner's Festbier isn't very good, in my opinion. (Not terrible, but below average.) Which is surprising, coming from a brewery whose other beers I've found to be excellent across the board.

It's still worth trying, though. As noted, different people like different beers.
 
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Ternheim's Wheated Whiskey. Quite tasty.
 
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Jameson Caskmates. Jameson whiskey aged in beer barrels. A little less bite and with some coffee or chocolate like flavor. Good on ice or in a dessert coffee.




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