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Avery Collaboration not Litigation Ale
 
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My hypocrisy goes only so far
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Having one or two of these tonight!







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nice loon...


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I decided to try the Lagunitas Cappuccino Stout from the first post; I got a bottle of it and I am outside right now enjoying it with a nice cigar.




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OMB Copper earlier, Yuengling Light now.


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An interesting collection offered for sale at HEB. Sierra Nevada Torpedo IPA, SN Snow Wit IPA, SN Nooner IPA, Blindfold Black IPA.


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Glenlivet 18 over 1 large ice ball.



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Maker's Mark on the rocks.


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^^^^^^
I'll be near there soon !!!




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SN Nooner IPA, Centennial IPA, SN Blindfold Black IPA. SN Torpedo IPA. And... Go Spurs, go!


"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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Not much of a vodka drinker but I bought a bottle of Grey Goose melon and mixed it with sprite! Nice for something different....


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Me too. I just got back from 4 days of working the Vermont Classic USPSA match. I picked up a few 4-packs Heady Topper in Waterbury while I was up there. I'm drinking one now. In fact, I might have another soon.

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The shelf was almost bare when I got to the store after match setup on Thursday. I managed to score some.

I bought 2 4-packs, which is the limit per person per day, but I went back a few hours later in a different shirt and hat and got 2 more. Yes!

The Alchemist website lists the stores that carry it and what day they get delivery. This store in Waterbury gets 80 cases on Wed. They are gone by Friday morning. That's the longest I've seen it last.

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Worked out in the hot sun today, gin & tonic tonight!


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Margaritas with my wife's fajitas tonight


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A little pot still bourbon from Willett Distillery.







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Nothing too special, pour from a can of Guinness with the mysterious nitrogen ball. Heading for a reload now...

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Glenmorangie original, 1/2 full highball glass.




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