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Yum. I love me some Spotted Cow when I can get someone to bring it to me from Wisconsin
 
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Im having a touch of Widow Jane 12 year...washing down a couple of chocolate chip cookies.
 
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Yum. I love me some Spotted Cow when I can get someone to bring it to me from Wisconsin


A friend just introduced me to Spotted Cow and its wonderful, albeit expensive at $16.50 per 12-pack
 
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My hypocrisy goes only so far
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Having some Vidal at Soine Vineyard.

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A friend just introduced me to Spotted Cow and its wonderful, albeit expensive at $16.50 per 12-pack


Wait till you get a chance to taste Two Women and Totally Naked.
 
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Fat Tire. A lot of Fat Tire.


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Beefeaters, Fever Tree, and fresh limes... to combat the HEAT!



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Redemption Rye, and Weller SR. Dave Brubeck 'Jazz Impressions of Japan' on the audio and its 'mr hepcat kablammo' tonight.


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Tonight just feels like a 1792 small batch bourbon......or two!!
 
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Sipping on Buffalo Trace, cooking supper, watching Band of Brothers.
 
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Miller Lite while I smoke this chicken, but trying to convince someone to have a glass of Johnny walker blue label with me. We shall see.



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6 & 20 wheated bourbon tonight. Little dry, but not bad.
 
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Miller Lite while I smoke this chicken, but trying to convince someone to have a glass of Johnny walker blue label with me. We shall see.

Sign me up. I love that stuff. My son-in-law bought a bottle for the groomsmen and I to drink before the wedding ...



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Just spotted cases of Sam Adams Octoberfest at Sam's Club...
 
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Went to Jailbreak in Laurel, MD and spent a very pleasant afternoon sampling their wares.

‘Twas a good day.


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My hypocrisy goes only so far
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Just spotted cases of Sam Adams Octoberfest at Sam's Club...


Oh Shit,
I’m still tempted to buy in quantity even though right now I still can’t taste much of anything.
But the hope is , upon its return, I’ll have my favorite beer waiting !

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KettleHouse brewing co. Cold Smoke scotch ale on draft.
 
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Crooked Crab Brewing Co (Odenton, MD) Chuck Brown on tap.


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Sipping a pleasant French White burgundy from the village of Rully. Not “unruly”. Rully. Really.



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A pour of Early Times Bottled in Bond neat.Not bad for an inexpensive bourbon.
 
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