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My glass holds a Four Roses OBSQ. Total Wine Private Barrel selection. It needs an ice cube or two to knock down the "hot" and mute some "Q" floral essence.

Although, I can tolerate the 4R "Q." The 4R "F" yeasting gets a bit overboard, especially in the sweeter "B" mashbill.




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Wild Turkey 101.....with ice.
It's comforting.
 
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Balvenie 14 for sipping


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I am not sure if i have ever posted in here. Balvenie 15 yr


^ Good choice. I had the 12-yo double wood balvenie myself last night. Tonight will be my favorite single malt.....Laphroaig quarter cask.


I am typically a glenmorangie man.


I do like Glenomorangie quite a bit. The standard bottling (10yo), and I really like the Quinta Ruben as well. I keep eyeing a bottle of the Signet, but it's a bit out of my price range! The Lasanta is ok, but there are better sherried highland malts out there (imho), and the Nectar D'or is too sweet for my tastes. For a (imho) good sherried highland, check out the Aberlour line (if you haven't). Their 12 is nothing special, but getting into the cask strength (A'bunadh), the 16yo, or the 18yo are all outstanding. There's always the Macallan line too (the 12 is one of my "go to" malts). And Glenfarclas has some good offerings. For the money, the Aberlour A'bunadh is tough to beat (or Bowmore Laimrig, if you can find it). But I digress.....tonight, for me, Aberlour 18yo.


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Larceny.
Last night Buffalo Trace.
Night before Wild Turkey Rare Breed.

Larceny needs a drop of cold water and to sit a few minutes to settle down for my taste.
 
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Old Grand Dad 100 proof. I think of Bad Santa with every shot. Water on the side.
 
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Probably my favorite pumpkin beer. Tastes as if you're washing down a bite of pumpkin pie with a strong ale.


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Just a Sam Adams Octoberfest.

Need to make a beer store run.


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Just a Sam Adams Octoberfest.


You say that like it's a bad thing. Wink
 
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When my wife and I go to France every year, we always plan for bringing back a few bottles of good wine and champagne. But I also always have to make room for one bottle of Scotch. At 44 euro, you're darn right I'm lugging that back home!



Almost bought this one, but decided to stick with the 18 year old Glenlivet. I don't know about for you guys, but this bottle of Glenlivet costs me $100 in Utah.



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Just a Sam Adams Octoberfest.


You say that like it's a bad thing. Wink


Never! If it's in my beer fridge, I like it. I just didn't have any other choices this evening Wink


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Redemption Rye


Tonight, Deschutes Inversion IPA, and Real Ale Imperial Rye IPA. Next week, Redemption High Rye Bourbon. 36% rye mash billl.


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A traditional Oktoberfest Märzen. Good stuff.


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I can't seem to find any "Pumpkick" on the shelves this season !
Anyone seen it ??


Sadly this was from last year when I realized how much I liked it.
Don't tell me I have to start another pallet!!!







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Wow , I've been Harpooned !!
Having a new Imperial Stout, Interrobang from Harpoon Brewery.
None of the beer rating sites have a rate for it yet.
It is a big blast of espresso & at 18% ABV it's got some ass to it.
I started out with it ice cold & didn't care for it so much but as it warmed to lightly chilled , it kept getting better.
Really good at room temp.










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Just an old staple tonight, Newcastle Brown Ale. A great friend.
 
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Tonight I had a boulevard Rosemary IPA. It was delicious.



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Victory Festbier Oktoberfest

 
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Visiting New Mexico with my girlfriend from Taiwan. Trying some beers that I cannot get in Austin. New Mexico is pretty but poor.

Isotopes Slammin' Amber Ale. Sierra Blanca Alien Amber Ale. Four Peaks Kilt Lifter. Four Peaks Hop Knot IPA. Utah Brewing Co-op Hop Rising Imperial IPA. Lagunitaz Lucky 13. Sante Fe IPA. Rio Grande IPA. Robinson's Trooper British Beer.

I am drinking these over several evenings.


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Just an old staple tonight, Newcastle Brown Ale. A great friend.


You should try "ellies brown ale" similar but more chocolate and slight coffee notes.


Tonight was a gambit of bourbons/rye

Yippee ki yay rye
Buffalo trace
Makers cask strength



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