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It's Derby time, I'm enjoying a little bit of the Old Forester Mint Julep.

As a per-mix goes, it's pretty good. 60 proof, smooth.

Derby on!....


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RIC.45, I will be joining you tonight with the Monkey Shoulder scotch. Good stuff especially at its price point.
Cheers.


Yes, Monkey Shoulder is very good, especially for the price point.

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Took a Personal Day today.
My first in 3 yrs , having some Brother Thelonious Belgian Abby Ale from North Coast Brewery.
My favorite Brewery !







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...To wind down after a long afternoon at the Chevy dealership. Just bought my wife a 2016 Tahoe. She's happy, so I'm celebrating with a $6 beer.


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Picked up some Weller 12 for $33. Popped it open last night and I think I’m going to be good friends with this bourbon. Better get my name back on the list at the local liquor store as this bottle won’t last long.
 
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Yeah, Weller 12 is hard to come by. Took me several years to acquire my supply. Antique 107 is a fair replacement, and some prefer it.

Booker's for me this evening.




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I can't get any Wellers Bourbon here in So. Az.
 
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O'Doul's Amber like always. Bad kidneys keeps me from anything with more alcohol.

Since my favorite beers are Guinnes style stouts, does anyone know of anything really really dark and thick that is non-alcoholic or very low alcohol?

Also, I never was into alcohol, but I just loved the taste of beer. Just now, I'm unbelievably limited on what I can drink.


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Club soda.




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Ftttu, if I was in your situation I think I’d give home brewing a try .
Keep the ABV level low and go for the flavors you love.
The micro / home brewing community I’m sure would be eager to help out .




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Old Grand Dad BiB. I really want some dang McKenna BiB. Or James Pepper rye.


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I really want some dang McKenna BiB.


Google it.....I found some at a liquor store in Ca. and the price was very fair. They sent me two(2) 750 cc bottles. All in all, I was o.k. on the price, as I can not find any in So. Az.
 
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Grabbed a plain ol Knob Creek to sample while I sort through two cans of “mixed 30-06” I lucked into today. So far, I approve... this seems a very nice $35!


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Two Wheel Brewing Race Pointe IPA, TWB Chronic, and Weller SR. I lucked out and bought two bottles of McKenna BiB. Those are cached for cooler evenings.


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Yuengling. And a lot of it.

Funeral today for a really good man struck down by leukemia, a little over 15 yrs after breast cancer took his wife (my mom’s first cousin, whatever that makes me).

Their two kids, both doctors, are devastated at the loss of their second parent and their helplessness to do anything to stop the cancers.

F*@k cancer.


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Yuengling. And a lot of it.

Funeral today for a really good man struck down by leukemia, a little over 15 yrs after breast cancer took his wife (my mom’s first cousin, whatever that makes me).

Their two kids, both doctors, are devastated at the loss of their second parent and their helplessness to do anything to stop the cancers.

F*@k cancer.

First... sorry for the loss you've experienced! I lost my brother to cancer just over a year ago and I completely agree.... F*@k cancer!!!

Secondly, Yuengling Traditional Lager is by far my favorite brew! I just finished off my stash of it yesterday and need to get some more.

Thirdly, I'll repeat in agreement with you... F*@k cancer!!! Cancer sucks more than my vocabulary will allow me to express!


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Evan Williams


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I can't get any Wellers Bourbon here in So. Az.


In the vernacular, donde' esta in S. Az.?
 
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Pabst Blue Ribbon beer, Ithaca mfd. M1911A1 circa 1943 for protection. Only two, to stay within the limit.
 
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Elijah Craig barrel proof A119

Really tasty.


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