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Squatters Hop Rising DIPA. Maybe a slug of Kilbeggan Single Grain whiskey later.


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I had one of these while manning the grill:



After dinner it's an Old Fashioned made with Buffalo Trace bourbon.
 
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Narragansett Lager. First time trying it.


That brings back memories...memories probably better forgotten from college, that is.


EDIT: forgot to say, had Jim Beam Black with a splash of ginger ale on the rocks both pre-dinner and post-dinner.


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A bourbon my brother recently introduced me to, Rabbit Hole. Unfortunately, I don’t think I’ll be able to find another bottle around here. It’s nice. A Liga Privada #9 and I’m all set—even if it is unseasonably cool tonight.


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My bottle of Dow’s ten yo tawny port went empty when my glass was half full. So I completed the fill with Irish whiskey. Was pretty good! Scotch wouldn’t‘ve been good at all.



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Red Stripe. I have not had it in a while. Not all that bad. Goes down well in the heat and humidity. 11:30 PM and still 85°.


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Narragansett Lager. First time trying it.


That brings back memories...memories probably better forgotten from college, that is.


EDIT: forgot to say, had Jim Beam Black with a splash of ginger ale on the rocks both pre-dinner and post-dinner.


It needs more hops. Perhaps that's why the shop had it for even less than Hamm's. Last night, I went back to Carlsberg.
 
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Belhaven Scottish Ale


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It will be a “Peach Me Cocktail” tonight ...

1 muddled maraschino cherry
1 muddled orange slice
3 dashes orange bitters
2 1⁄2 oz of your favorite bourbon
1⁄2 oz Peach schnapps


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Pretty close to a pour of 1792 Bottled in Bond...


"It is only with the heart that one can see rightly; what is essential is invisible to the eye". The Little Prince, Antoine de Saint-Exupery, pilot and author, lost on mission, July 1944, Med Theatre.
 
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Jefferson's bourbon very small batch # 154
 
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Pretty close to a pour of 1792 Bottled in Bond...




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Done & Done !
All this talk about 1792 got my thirst up.







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Fat Tire Amber Ale on tap from my kegerator.


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Last night I had Bell's Robust Porter. Excellent beer.
Between Founder's and Bell's, I don't buy much else.
Reverse seared a 24oz T bone steak and drank. It was a good night.


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Found some Pale Sour Ale from OmmeGang Brewery.
Really like this .








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Foursquare Rum, aged in bourbon and sherry barrels.



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Long, tough week...I'm having one or two classic Seven and Sevens...Seagram's 7 Crown, 7-Up and a bit of lime juice, plenty of ice.
 
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Foresters Rye


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Four Roses


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