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Fat Tire on tap.


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I cracked one of these to have with the grilled chicken sammich I made and it is tasty. Beautiful weather today so they both went down good Smile



 
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Eagle Rare. Pretty smooth bourbon.
 
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Founder's Porter...I like this but it's far beyond a regular porter. A lot of coffee, some chocolate and a fair amount of alcohol.

I think I will have another just to confirm my suspicions.


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Grgich Hills Essence



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Knob Creek and ice!!! Yum
 
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Margaritas on the patio! (First nice sunny day in a while.)
 
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Rowan's Creek. Its quite nice but making me thirsty for rye. And a small pour of Red Bush whilst watching the Spurs lose. Frown


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King Street IPA, Anchorage, AK.
 
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Been on an ESB kick lately. Bought a couple 6-packs of Redhook ESB, then tonight a bomber of Elysian the Wise ESB. It is tasty!


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After a Fat Tire on draft, this:



Rather good.


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The Botanist gin. A co-worker recommended this as the best gin she's ever had... from Islay, Scotland. Juniper and other botanicals found on the island.

In one of those glasses that have molded ice forms.

It's damn hot outside.


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Half a day late reporting, but last evening I enjoyed a glass of Russell's 10 year-aged bourbon with a large, black Dominican cigar to quietly celebrate my 65th birthday. I am now officially and old fart.


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Also rather good.


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I am barrel aging some moonshine for my dads birthday. Every week I sample it.

It's coming along nicely.


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Originally posted by billnchristy:
I am barrel aging some moonshine for my dads birthday. Every week I sample it.

It's coming along nicely.


That should be damned good. What barrel did you get?


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Spent the entire day turning gas into noise on the Harley.
Now for some refreshments.
This Pranqster tastes a lot like Tank 7!







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Found this in the back of the beer cabinet & it's still tastes fantastic !!







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Knob Creek small batch.


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Coronado Brewing Company Stingray IPA. A very nice double.
 
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