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Plain old Coors. Haven't replenished the Spaten Oktoberfest yet.
 
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Blue Mountain Brewery 13.Five Oktoberfest Lager. A somewhat local to Virginia brewery.
 
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Early Times Bottled in Bond


Many of the "experts" say his will be the next "big thing". It's already getting hard to find around here as word is seeping out about it. I've tried it, and it's o.k. for its price point. It just doesn't hit the sweet spot in my palate like some others, but everyone is different.
 
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Wyler Peach Tea mix in a bottle of cold water. Tastes great. (I don't drink alcohol.)

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From a local brewery.







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Early Times Bottled in Bond


Many of the "experts" say his will be the next "big thing". It's already getting hard to find around here as word is seeping out about it. I've tried it, and it's o.k. for its price point. It just doesn't hit the sweet spot in my palate like some others, but everyone is different.


ET BiB is a win for me, it tastes very similar to 1792 BiB. A bit rough on the edges but otherwise a great deal for the price. Sazerac/BT bought the brand in June. I plan to buy at least two bottles for future consumption.

Tonight I drank a Sierra Nevada Hoptimum, and a Great Divide Yeti. The Hoptimum was optimum.


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Retro Friday Night: Pabst Blue Ribbon. Was reflecting on some Navy memories this morning; I was seen off from GTMO by shipmates lifting PBRs together way back.
 
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Bulleit and Sprite Zero.
 
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Voodoo Ranger Imperial IPA

Leeann, I showed that trio to my wife who adores Fuller's London Porter and she approves your selections. She lovss Scotch Ales


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Might I solicit your business for a friend, who doesn't even know I'm posting this here. He's been a long-time colleague from our former airline and we've been blessed to now once again be colleagues at United. He is junior to me, but that's neither here nor there; we're both destined for furlough.

But he posted in our pilot group Fakebook forum that because of the furlough, their expanding the business. Therefore, his family has recently branched out their family-owned and -operated distillery products to online retailing.

Please have a look around...

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Voodoo Ranger Imperial IPA

Leeann, I showed that trio to my wife who adores Fuller's London Porter and she approves your selections. She lovss Scotch Ales


I do, too - it's damned good stuff!


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In the glass tonight is George Dickel 2008 Bottled in Bond neat.First taste and I think I will buy another bottle to keep around.
 
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Copper Hop and Dragons Landing in MI. Heavier stuff on tap. All of it.


All of it good, too.


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Carlsberg Danish Pilsner. Trip to the shop with all kinds of stuff will be tomorrow.
 
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This evening will feature 1792 Small Batch Bourbon prior to supper. Tomorrow, a trip to the local Total Wine and more to replenish my stock of some fine bourbons.
 
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Mad Anthony brewing and Auburn Brewing Co after a visit to the Auburn-Cord-Duesenburg Museum in Auburn, IN. Really good day.


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Knob Creek 12 year Bourbon.
 
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