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dkeage Offline
#8651 Posted:
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ETL. 60d'oh!
Whistlebritches Offline
#8652 Posted:
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MACS wrote:
The NEX on Naval Air Station Jville doesn't have a very good selection of beers... but they had a few decent whiskey selections. The WT101 was like $18 for the 750 ml bottle.

They didn't have any bitters, though... how is a mutha fugga sposta make an old fashioned?


Total Wine Town Center PKWY 300,
Jassonville baby
dkeage Offline
#8653 Posted:
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Pappy 20 yr.

Thanks again Shawn
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dkeage wrote:
Pappy 20 yr.

Thanks again Shawn


Whoa. Grand Slam.
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#8655 Posted:
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Garrison Brothers Single Barrel
MACS Offline
#8656 Posted:
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dkeage wrote:
Pappy 20 yr.

Thanks again Shawn


You still have the bourbon but the BCG's you sent are looooooong gone.

I did some tasting yesterday. Sazerac, Russell's Reserve Single Barrell and topped off the night with a dash of Four Roses Single Barrel.
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#8657 Posted:
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MACS wrote:
You still have the bourbon but the BCG's you sent are looooooong gone.

I did some tasting yesterday. Sazerac, Russell's Reserve Single Barrell and topped off the night with a dash of Four Roses Single Barrel.


30 minutes ago, it was politely suggested it might be a little early for bourbon.

…. W w what?
MACS Offline
#8658 Posted:
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It's after noon time... what's the problem?
8trackdisco Offline
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MACS wrote:
It's after noon time... what's the problem?


…. Let me tell her that.
MACS Offline
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If you've already had dinner... it's 6pm here... it's your after dinner cocktail.
dkeage Offline
#8661 Posted:
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MACS wrote:
You still have the bourbon but the BCG's you sent are looooooong gone.

I did some tasting yesterday. Sazerac, Russell's Reserve Single Barrell and topped off the night with a dash of Four Roses Single Barrel.

Just enough left for New Year’s Eve!
8trackdisco Offline
#8662 Posted:
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MACS wrote:
If you've already had dinner... it's 6pm here... it's your after dinner cocktail.


She just chuckled and said “Sorry, Shawn.”
MACS Offline
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Well, when ya come visit and she pours herself a glass of Reisling... I'm gonna look at my watch. Gonz


I'm just kidding...

I don't even wear a watch.
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Barrell Bourbon New Year

A dbl with small amount of quickly dissipated ice. Wide range of flavors between the straight up to little ice version.
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8trackdisco wrote:
Barrell Bourbon New Year

A dbl with small amount of quickly dissipated ice. Wide range of flavors between the straight up to little ice version.

So, morning drinking is ok? Think
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Old Forester 1920
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Wild Turkey 101….

WTF is it so hard to play new gaming systems, buy a game and I’ve got three damn things to download before I can play. Oh you need an account! Oh you need to open email to verify
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Nelson's Green Brier Tennessee Whiskey
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ZRX1200 wrote:
Wild Turkey 101….

WTF is it so hard to play new gaming systems, buy a game and I’ve got three damn things to download before I can play. Oh you need an account! Oh you need to open email to verify



I still haven’t figured out how to play career mode of PGA 2K21 online
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Redemption Double High Rye
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Baker's 7
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Switchgrass Spirits Bourbon

Benjamin Chapman 7 Year
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#8673 Posted:
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Four Roses SB
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Garrison Brothers Single Barrel
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Jeptha Creed Bloody Butcher Corn
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Early Times BIB
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Yellowstone Select
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Baker's 7
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Luckenbach Road Whiskey
8trackdisco Offline
#8680 Posted:
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Entry level Wild Turkey.
Buffalo Trace.
MACS Offline
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^Coincidence?

I had a Sazerac old fashioned and then a pour of Buffalo Trace, myself.
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Larceny Barrel Proof, Batch C921, 122.6 proof
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Early Times BIB
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Garrison Brothers Single Barrel
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Slipknot No. 9 Reserve
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Baker's 7
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Redemption High Rye
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#8688 Posted:
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Early Times BIB
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Early Times BIB
MACS Offline
#8690 Posted:
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Russell's Reserve Single Barrel
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#8691 Posted:
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Baker's 7
MACS Offline
#8692 Posted:
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Snapped up 2 bottles at the NEX today. Four Roses Small Batch Select... and Evan Williams BIB.
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Busker Irish didn’t know anyone else here played video games. I play fairly frequently
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Burner02 wrote:
Baker's 7

it's in the argument for the best...gotta be top 5
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#8695 Posted:
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frankj1 wrote:
it's in the argument for the best...gotta be top 5



At least one of the better offerings from Jim Beam, IMHO.





Larceny Barrel Proof
MACS Offline
#8696 Posted:
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Picked up Wild Turkey Rare Breed Barrel Proof today

Edit: Boy this is tasty! A little hot at 116 proof, but not in a bad way.

The Evan Williams BIB... no. Tried that first. Won't be buying it again, and glad it was only $17.
Palama Online
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Burner02 wrote:
Baker's 7


Correct me if my palate / memory is wrong but my remembrance of Baker's is that it's on the sweeter side...or am I w-a-y off base? Think
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Palama wrote:
Correct me if my palate / memory is wrong but my remembrance of Baker's is that it's on the sweeter side...or am I w-a-y off base? Think


Conan, I don't find it to be sweet but that could just be my palate.



Early Times BIB
Palama Online
#8699 Posted:
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Burner02 wrote:
Conan, I don't find it to be sweet but that could just be my palate.



Early Times BIB


Thanks Dan. I'mma gonna hafta re-visit next time I see it at a bar.
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#8700 Posted:
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Palama wrote:
Thanks Dan. I'mma gonna hafta re-visit next time I see it at a bar.

not so much sweetness, but amazingly smooth considering the high abv....in my opinion.
But Dan is outta my league on the subject!
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