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St. Bernardus Abt 12

 
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Caol Ila 12yr


Nice choice! An oft ignored & (imho) under-appreciated Islay dram. Still working my way through another bottle of Laphroaig quarter cask....this has become my favorite everyday Islay single malt.


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St. Bernardus Abt 12


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Last night was Concannon Irish Whiskey. I prefer something with a bit more "finish" I believe the word is.
 
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Halfway though a bottle of 1er cru Chablis Vaillons.



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Some rot gut Clarkes 1886 bourbon from Aldi.

Why? 6.99 euro a bottle, that's why!

A half liter of kristalweizen costs 3.


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Managed to find a bottle of blanton's. I will have a glass tonight!


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Right now I am sipping some Wild Turkey Rare Breed barrel proof bourbon.
 
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Stone Russian Imperial Stout 2006. IMO it hit its peak between 5-7 years but it's still really good.
 
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I don't usually drink on Wednesday evenings....but when I do......I prefer Whistle Pig. (100 proof whiskey rye aged in bourbon barrels - bottled in VT but I believe it is made in Ontario)
 
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Whats better than 1 bottle of blantons?

2 bottles of blanton's!!!!


I told the GF about my luck finding a bottle and she called the same liquor store and bought the last bottle on her lunch break for me. Cool


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Last night I stopped in McGlinchy's Bar and greatly enjoyed two pints of Kenzinger. ABV: 4.5%


This crisp, light-bodied, golden beer is the very definition of refreshment. The combination of premium German pilsner malts and American Noble hops aims to please your taste buds and satisfy your thirst.
 
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111,111 viewz! Just OJ with vitamin c tonight. Blanton's is the bourbon that got me to try bourbon. The LLS had a bottle but I bought Jameson's Black Barrell and Basil Hayden instead. Maybe I will go back for the Blanton's.


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It's not tonight yet but I'm seriously thinking it will be 3oz Woodford Reserve Bourbon with Ginger beer and lime juice in a "Kentucky Mule" with copper mug.
 
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St. Bernardus Abt 12


Good choice!


I second that, St. Bernardus Abt 12 is the Belgian bomb!

Last night I had a nitro Old Rasputin Russian Imperial Stout on tap at The Ginger Man in Greenwich, CT.*

The nitro makes the bitterness pleasantly sharp. The mouthfeel is also noticeably smoother on nitro. If you like 'em dark and dangerously high in ABV, try this nitro version.


*I was in town getting the '04 Honda minivan serviced... much to the chagrin of the local elite.


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Having some Xocoveza Mocha Stout this evening !


EDIT; later will be OctoberFest in the Stein Rogue sent me !





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