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post #217 of 498

Moribund thread is moribund. 

 

Been drinking this all day and I'd just like it minuted that right now I'll fight all you choppers, one at a time or all together. C'mon! 

 

 

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post #218 of 498

I'm drinking an uncarbonated stout, the leftover from the batch I just bottled. It's going to be good when it finishes carbonating!

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post #220 of 498
Last night, Bud Light Lime and Woodforde Reserve OTR.
post #221 of 498
I'll have a few glasses of my favourite. Cold Tanqueray gin with tonic, ice and a wedge of lime.
Perfection!
post #222 of 498

Can anyone recommend a good Bourbon?  I have been really into scotch lately and want to try some Bourbon.  Looking for something I can get in the $50-75 range.

post #223 of 498

Makers Mark or Crown  Royal over crushed ice!

post #224 of 498
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Originally Posted by darkhunter139 View Post

Can anyone recommend a good Bourbon?  I have been really into scotch lately and want to try some Bourbon.  Looking for something I can get in the $50-75 range.

 

Eagle Rare is pretty good. Their standard bourbon, the 10-year, is only about $25 and is quite a bit better than its competition. They also have a 17-year that should run around $45. Both are solid.

post #225 of 498
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Can anyone recommend a good Bourbon?  I have been really into scotch lately and want to try some Bourbon.  Looking for something I can get in the $50-75 range.
Don't get too caught up on price right away; there is an abundance of great small-batch bourbons in the $25-50 range. I would recommend anything released by the Buffalo Trace and Four Roses distilleries.
post #226 of 498
My beer during the final round: Innis & Gunn Oak Aged Beer - Independence Day 2012 Special Edition. Like golf, a most satisfying Scottish-American endeavor.
post #227 of 498

Today is International IPA Day. Go drink a hoppy beer or I'll set your lawn on fire!

 

I am drinking King's Blockhouse IPA, an excellent product from a new craft brewery that just opened up here in Cape Town. South Africa has been a lager-only country for a depressingly long time -- but the tide is beginning to turn. c2_beer.gif

 

 

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post #228 of 498
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Can anyone recommend a good Bourbon?  I have been really into scotch lately and want to try some Bourbon.  Looking for something I can get in the $50-75 range.

Angel's Envy and Four Roses.

post #229 of 498

Not tonight... had a few too many last night. Saturday is my best friend's birthday, so... I'll be getting carried to my room.

post #230 of 498
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Can anyone recommend a good Bourbon?  I have been really into scotch lately and want to try some Bourbon.  Looking for something I can get in the $50-75 range.

Wild turkey!!! WOOOOO

post #231 of 498

Drinking Dalmore 12 year old scotch right now.  First time trying it, pretty good! 

post #232 of 498
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Originally Posted by Stretch View Post

Today is International IPA Day. Go drink a hoppy beer or I'll set your lawn on fire!

 

I am drinking King's Blockhouse IPA, an excellent product from a new craft brewery that just opened up here in Cape Town. South Africa has been a lager-only country for a depressingly long time -- but the tide is beginning to turn. c2_beer.gif

 

 

Had no idea it was IPA day. Just as well, I'm not a big IPA fan.. though I periodically challenge myself just in case my tastes have changed. This week was, coincidentally, one of those weeks and I got a mixed case from New Belgium (Colorado) Brewery that had two styles of IPA (Ranger and Belgo, a Belgian IPA), as well as a well-hopped red ale and their flagship Fat Tire.

 

The IPAs were, as I remembered, just too overpoweringly hoppy for me to really get down with. Though I had a Ranger today, which is the more firmly hopped of the two, along with some shepherd's pie, and it was nice. I have a bit of a cold, though, so I suspect that my taste is a bit dulled, making the extreme hoppiness less objectionable.

 

Glad to hear you're getting some ale action down in S.A. Lagers are nice, but sometimes you want something with a little more funk.

post #233 of 498

Lagavulin and regret tonight. Taking the edge off each other. f4_glare.gif

 

post #234 of 498

After that GD plane on a conveyor belt, yes I do believe I will be having a drink or six....

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