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ALCS Game 1, let's got 'Stros!

Repeat, game 2 world series




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A wee bit of Johnnie Walker Black Label.
 
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A couple of pours of Col E. H. Taylor Small Batch while flipping between college football and the World Series.
 
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My hypocrisy goes only so far
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Watching the local election returns with some Smooth Ambler Founders Cask Series Batch One at 126 proof.

This is 100% West Virginia made. Super caramel notes. With a single ice cube to open it up it's really nice.


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Founders Brewing Backwoods Bastard beer. Aged in oak bourbon barrels.
Pretty good taste.



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I'm a cheap date, recently
Karbach Rodeo Clown Imperial Hazy IPA

Attending a seminar tomorrow & should get a bottle of Ranger Creek out of it. No idea where that rates on the whiskey scale.




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Founders Brewing Backwoods Bastard beer. Aged in oak bourbon barrels.
Pretty good taste.


A favorite here at Willow Fen Farm. That is some good brew.


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Fat Tire around 430 with a salad,

a couple Hardywood Great Returns (west coast IPA at the house, and now a taste of Bulliet Rye before bed,,



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Hot chocolate weather what with the freezing fog / drizzle, impending snow storm, and bitter temperatures.



And yeah, whipped cream in lieu of marshmallow

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U.S.M.C.
VFW-8054
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"Never let a Wishbone grow where a Backbone should be "



 
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Did you purchase a couple skids of the Oktoberfest this year Grumpy?
 
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No, sadly my taste & smell hasn’t returned since April 4th 2020s Covid infection. Frown

But I still buy & try hoping one day things may return to normal.




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Sorry to hear that Grumpy. I enjoyed seeing the pics of your garage with a skid of tasty Sam Adams Octoberfest prominently displayed !
 
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I haven't been able to find Sam Octoberfest this year. Saw it early Sept at the reg Grocery store, a stack on the end of the aisle. Haven't seen 1 box since. Tried Total Wine and other places too.


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Harpoon Brewery Winter Warmer. Goes great while watching "A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving" on DVD.
 
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Old Forester 100 proof. Underrated for a twist cap.
 
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For those of you who must, or just want a na beer now and then, here is the best one I’ve found.

Back in 2020 I had a health issue and my doctor recommended not only a 10 gram per day fat limit, but, no alcohol as well.

I love German beer and I tried everything I could find. Nothing tasted anywhere near as good as their alcohol containing counterparts.

I’m past all that now but still looked for a decent na beer. Heineken is number two but Penns Best is number one. Add to the fact it’s cheap at only $4 for a 6-pack.

 
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Stella Artois.
 
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Some Elijah Craig Rye and Rockey Patel.


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