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Tonight I'll have one or two Hofbrau Munchen Winter Spezials.
 
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Told cops where to go for over 29 years…
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I’ve recently gotten “into” bourbon and now have the habit of checking the booze cabinet every time I go to the grocery store.

Today’s haul includes my first two bottles of Rye ever. My bottle of Buffalo Trace is at the halfway mark, so bought a bottle of Four Roses as a GP bourbon for mixed drinks once the BT is gone.




Just cracked open the Sazerac and gave it a try neat. Really liked it, very smooth with nice flavors and finish. Mixed with whiskey sour mix and Pepsi it is just as good (maybe even better?) than Straight Bourbon.

Can’t wait to try the Templeton and see how it compares.






What part of "...Shall not be infringed" don't you understand???


 
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Now that the obligatory California sparkling wine (not really champagne, as purists insist) is finished to mark my govt. retirement date: Hamm's. One of my faves from the college years. With The B-52s Greatest Hits playing on CD. Midnight toast will be Hamm's. Wink Gotta go; "Rock Lobster" just started playing!
 
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Starting this New Years Eve off with the absolute best Abby Ale I’ve ever had.
St. Bernardus ABT 12 … & a Guardian Tactical Recon for Protection! Wink

Happy New Year Everyone!







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Garrison Brothers Bourbon


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Whistle Pig Rye
 
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Johnnie Walker Black Label. Picked up a bottle for the impending snow event.
 
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Last bit of a bottle of Bookers.


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Ardbeg Wee Beastie, and Kilbeggan Small Batch Rye. Cold weather warmers.


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A friend brought over a growler filled with a local 8% double oatmeal stout this afternoon. I'm finishing it off now. Delicious!




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1792 small batch bourbon.
 
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1792 small batch bourbon.


Good call, sir!!




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Another Johnnie Walker Black Label night.
 
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Late this afternoon, after replenishing/stacking my firewood for the third time this Winter, I decided I'd like to enjoy having a bourbon (or two) this evening but was out. Living close to nothing I drove some miles to the local gas station/farm store/Subway/convenience store/ liquor store. Choices were limited and overpriced but I left with a bottle of Four Roses Single Barrel which I'm just now pouring over a couple ice cubes. Smile


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Very Old Barton. Best budget bourbon I have found.
 
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Ever have a chance to check out their brewery LB?

Used to live about a mile away, spent many lunches trying their different seasonal beers.





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Had a little get together with some former coworkers to celebrate my retirement today. Got two very different alcohol based gifts.

The first a VERY good, homemade hooch derived from Everclear, peach, and cinnamon- DAYUM! surprisingly smooth and sweet sipping treat.


The other was a bottle of Whistle Pig 6 year 100% Rye. Also very good and smooth for 96+ proof. Very good day, finishing it off with the WP.








What part of "...Shall not be infringed" don't you understand???


 
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