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Old 11-09-14, 03:13 AM
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... Whatever. But never cheap.
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This past week I like drinking 4 Roses! The good stuff, Single Barrel
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Old 12-09-14, 03:47 PM
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Old 12-10-14, 08:25 PM
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Buffalo Sweat Oatmeal Stout
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Old 12-11-14, 12:25 AM
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Dinner tonight paired some Deschutes beers and homemade cider with some swedish potato sausages (also homemade.)

I'm brewing some beer tomorrow. Yay, finals are done! For this term at least...
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Old 12-11-14, 01:08 AM
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Originally Posted by whatwolf View Post
Brandy beans or weinbrandbohnen are a classic in germany, something like raisinets in popularity but boozy and often given as a gift by the elderly to the youth who tend to them as part of their community service, which is the alternative to a stint in the army. quite tasty, if you like chocolate and booze.
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Old 12-11-14, 02:35 AM
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Olde Third Red Eye Bourbon ???

Bear Whiz Beer???



Na! I like MONSTER Zins like Rockwall, Rombauer, etc. Fruit forward and jammy.

Also, I prefer rich syrupy porters especially in the winter but haven't found any that I like lately. Most of them have tasted like stouts.

So, I've been drinking some stouts that taste like porters.... For medicinal use only...



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"Adult beverage now" Pellegrino

Adult beverage before Pellegrino: Absolute vodka Martini with a splash of vermouth and two queen olives. I cut down to one QO 'cause I was getting fat, then gave them up altogether.
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I'm a single malt snob......
Ardbeg Uigeadail Whisky - Master of Malt
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Old 12-11-14, 09:34 AM
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I'm a single malt snob......
Ardbeg Uigeadail Whisky - Master of Malt
Ooooh. Ardbeg Supernova turned me on to the good stuff. Turns out my lineage goes back to the original distillery founders (well, the clan at least).
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Old 12-11-14, 09:41 AM
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One Bud in a bottle a day.

OK. let the slings and arrows commence.
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On Thanksgiving, while I was roasting a duck, I was sipping on PAMA pomegranate liqueur over ice. Nice.
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Old 12-11-14, 10:22 AM
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Originally Posted by Sir_Name View Post
Ooooh. Ardbeg Supernova turned me on to the good stuff. Turns out my lineage goes back to the original distillery founders (well, the clan at least).
Well, Hello my fellow scotsman. I am a fan of my family crest & Tartan and will often wear me Kilt to the NYC Annual Tartan Day parade as well as the many Scotch tasting events and enjoy a wee dram of whisky.
Islay being my favorite region. I am also a member of the Arbeg committee and get invites to sample free hooch...check it out.
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Old 12-11-14, 12:40 PM
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one of my favorites along with Founders Breakfast stout and Brooklyn's chocolate offering.
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Old 12-11-14, 02:20 PM
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Not to slam those affected by Hurricane Sandy or by the current storms in California, but we take disaster preparedness seriously in the midwest, first by having a large backup generator. Then you have to have a carefully packed Go Kit. Here is my GP Go Kit, in the basement wine closet; 8 mostly single malt plus 4 Grand Cuvee champagne. A collection of gifts mostly from Ann Arbor friends received over the years.

Hope the BF members and their family and friends on the west coast are doing fine!






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Old 12-11-14, 07:47 PM
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Sipping on a Lagavulin 16 y.o. on the rocks right now.
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Makers, The Macallan, Oban, Johnny Double Black, Ardbeg, Bulliet Rye...you get the gist.
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Red wine - good ones.
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Single malt scotch, french wine - especially bordeauxs, craft beer of all varieties depending on my mood, gin and tonic
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The winter happy hour choice. At 4:35, we round up to 5:00

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Call me a Neanderthal, but cheap beer, boxed vino and unopened bottles of booze from garage sales make my day. I even recently acquired a Mr. Beer kit to make my own brew this winter. I'm not overly concerned about image, but I am interested in achieving a desired effect. That desired effect helps me complete many frustrating repairs. The money I save goes towards buying more repair parts and supplies.
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I love beer, but we have a difficult relationship. On the one hand my surname is literally beer (spelt Bier as I am of partially German heritage). However, may father also has an aversion to beer (like for the same sensitive gastrointestinal reasons). I love a good West Coast IPA (lets be honest these have nothing to do with the original incarnation of IPAs).

These days I try to stick to red wines, Gin (with soda or low sugar tonic with agave), Scotch and the like or, if I could afford the good stuff, the final frontier of alcohol and the most precious of all liquids. Cognac.
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Originally Posted by Kactus View Post
Sipping on a Lagavulin 16 y.o. on the rocks right now.
on the rocks!? blasphemy.
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