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Another local product; Fair Winds Brewing Co. (Lorton, VA) Nautifest, their Oktoberfest Lager.
 
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Terrapin Hopsecutioner IPA - crisp, hoppy, and refreshing
 
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Tonight calls for Wild Turkey 101 Bourbon. Everyone have a pleasant Friday night happy hour......if you are in to those things.
 
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Heading out to Fleming's for a date with Mrs. Vinnybass. I normally enjoy a Tanqueray Martini or two with my ribeye. We'll walk it off afterward around Town Center before coming home.

Maybe a nightcap of Willet's later.



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Spaten Oktoberfest on tap. Yum.


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Uncorking something new:

Maker's Mark 101 bourbon
 
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Bookers Bourbon
and a good cigar
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1st: Yuengling Lager with dinner.

Now and later: Jack on ice.

Some of this later:




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The warrior whispers back, 'I AM THE STORM."


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Trying to decide between Monkey Shoulder or Glenlivit 12.
 
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A nice local brew (National Standard pale ale) at TUPPS Brewery in town with a good friend and his son.

Can say life is Really good at the moment.



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A dark and stormy made with Gosling's dark rum and their branded ginger beer, some lime and a dash of bitters.

Ahhhhhh....


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Uncorking something new:

Maker's Mark 101 bourbon


Added another new bottle:

Early Times Bottled In Bond bourbon



Early Times won the flight fight
 
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Uncorking something new:

Maker's Mark 101 bourbon


Added another new bottle:

Early Times Bottled In Bond bourbon


The ET BiB should prove to be money well spent.

For myself, Torpedeo Ale, 1792, and Redbreast Lustau later.


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Compliments of Mrs. Tanner




 
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Uncorking something new:

Maker's Mark 101 bourbon


Added another new bottle:

Early Times Bottled In Bond bourbon


The ET BiB should prove to be money well spent.

For myself, Torpedeo Ale, 1792, and Redbreast Lustau later.


ET BIB is a great deal at $20 for a 1 Liter bottle.

Hope Sazerac does not change the recipe now that they own the brand
 
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My wife made me a very stiff vodka cranberry. It’s about 75% Tito’s vodka and 25% Oceanspray 100% cranberry juice. She calls it a “Vodberry”



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Legend Oktoberfest tonight. Not only the best Octoberfest, but one of the best beers I've ever had. If you're near Richmond, and you ever get the chance....




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Legend Oktoberfest tonight. Not only the best Octoberfest, but one of the best beers I've ever had. If you're near Richmond, and you ever get the chance....


I’ll second that. Legend is an awesome place to visit. And drink. And the drunken cheese on top of a burger is to die for.


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Since the wife had plans for the evening, I stopped at a local brewery on my way home from work. I had a couple of the Oktoberfests and some smoked chicken wings. Once home, I had a little Eagle Rare.

 
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I loves me some Fall Traditions !!







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The Christmas and Winter season brews were appearing at Wegman's today (e.g. Shiner), but I came home with Hacker Pschorr Oktoberfest Marzen once more.
 
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