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Just had a nip of Basil Hayden.

I’m going in for a second in a minute. Delicious

Just with water, the way it was meant to be drunk.



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Campbell’s Tomato Juice, brightened up with Cholula Green Pepper hot sauce. So good.



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Masterson's Rye
 
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^^^ Damn, that porter looks good!
I'm having a mere Budweiser after working outside a bit...

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Campbell’s Tomato Juice, brightened up with Cholula Green Pepper hot sauce. So good.

Any vodka? Big Grin



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My last two Port City Derecho Lagers. Need to make a brew run soon.
 
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diet 7UP Straight from the can. Big Grin
Cutting back on the Alcohol
 
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Tonight’s glass was full of Eagle Rare. This bottle seems to be better than the last one I had.


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Finally was forced out of the house. Hadn't been out since March 10th. Had to go to the base to pick up prescription refills. Hit the package store there as well. They had a deal on buying a pair of 750ml bottles of Tullamore Dew. Figured why not. Never had it before. Very drinkable and smooth. Of course it's not my cherished Redbreast but for the price a great deal. Big Grin




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My neighbor has been plying me with cheap beer. The idea is for me to come cut & burn some more, clearing land.

I guess I’ll do 1/2 a day tomorrow. He really needs to step it up 4+ levels on the beer selection.
 
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Well, it is National Scotch Day.



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Just a little nip of Johnnie Walker Double Black.


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Finally was forced out of the house. Hadn't been out since March 10th. Had to go to the base to pick up prescription refills. Hit the package store there as well. They had a deal on buying a pair of 750ml bottles of Tullamore Dew. Figured why not. Never had it before. Very drinkable and smooth. Of course it's not my cherished Redbreast but for the price a great deal. Big Grin



That’s the first Irish whiskey I ever tasted. Wasn’t a terrible experience Wink


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In Arizona so after 110+ degree day I'm enjoying an Icee with some Grey Goose in it Big Grin
 
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I plan for a Bombay blue sapphire east Gin with Schweppes's Tonic Water and fresh Mexican lime. It was plenty hot here today, and I need a cooler......or two!!
 
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High West Rendezvous
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Spaten Oktoberfest (Marzen). Went to the store for a few groceries, and the Spaten as well as Shiner Bock Oktoberfest brews are on the shelves.
 
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Spaten Oktoberfest (Marzen). Went to the store for a few groceries, and the Spaten as well as Shiner Bock Oktoberfest brews are on the shelves.


Yep. I saw Shiner earlier this week, but haven't seen Spaten yet.

It's usually the last week in July or first week in August that they start trickling in.
 
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^^I like to think of the Oktoberfest brews appearing on the shelf as the first signs of Autumn's approach. My favorite season of the year.
 
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