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Old 10-21-2011, 08:30 PM   #61
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Old 10-21-2011, 08:32 PM   #62
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Would that be considered a Jager bomb? just substituting red bull for rockstar
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Would that be considered a Jager bomb? just substituting red bull for rockstar
hey man just so you know, you can hit the quote button on the lower right corner of the persons post and then write your reply so you don't have to write "quote" and "/quote" around it. . . and other people can follow it when you quote from other pages.
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Old 10-21-2011, 08:37 PM   #64
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Sprite, sweet ice tea, or strawberry milk shake for me.
I don't get the alcohol thing, not knowing what you are doing and hangover the next day.....
But to each his own. My friends drink and I don't mind spending time with them while they do. Especially when they get funny...
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Old 10-21-2011, 08:40 PM   #65
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the new Jack Daniels honey is pretty good. its there new product to compete with American Honey. it goes down like any shot of Jack but the after taste is pure heaven.
I love the Tenn. Honey. is there another one after that?
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The local brewer, Bent River Brewery, makes a killer coffee stout called UnCommon Stout. I generally pick up a pair of growlers of it a week... Busch Light in the fridge for drinking in the garage. Michael Collins and 3 ice-cubes for "those days". I like Schlafly brews for something kinda strange about once a month.


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Old 10-21-2011, 08:41 PM   #67
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Old 10-21-2011, 08:45 PM   #68
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hey man just so you know, you can hit the quote button on the lower right corner of the persons post and then write your reply so you don't have to write "quote" and "/quote" around it. . . and other people can follow it when you quote from other pages.
Oh hell yea i appreciate it makes things easier
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Old 10-21-2011, 08:47 PM   #69
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I have been wanting to try the J.B. Black Double aged. How well does it go down? Smooth? Rough?
The Black goes down real smooth. It's probably the best bang for the buck bourbon IMO since it's pretty cheap. Although Evan Willams Single Barrel is also pretty cheap and it's won numerous awards.

I really want to try that devil's cut but can't seem to find it in SW Florida.
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Old 10-21-2011, 08:53 PM   #70
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I like craft alcohols of all kinds, both brewed and distilled. We are fortunate to have a lot of both in Colorado. Some of my current favorites are Breckenridge Bourbon and Roundhouse Gin for spirits and just about any of the beers from the micro breweries in the surrounding states. I also enjoy a good glass of wine with dinner every now and then. I'm at the age now that I definitely go for quality over quantity.
Good call on the Roundhouse Gin, that's a Gin I can happily drink neat, nice fat mouth feel, and it's only 5 blocks from Avery where I'm Plant Engineer.

Guess what Avery is my favorite?

Ardeg and Springbank keep taking my liquor money and I've been trying XO Cognacs and Armenacs when I can find them, Hardy is my favorite so far.


I can't see spending good money on something that I'd mix with anything.
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Old 10-21-2011, 08:54 PM   #71
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The Black goes down real smooth. It's probably the best bang for the buck bourbon IMO since it's pretty cheap. Although Evan Willams Single Barrel is also pretty cheap and it's won numerous awards.

I really want to try that devil's cut but can't seem to find it in SW Florida.
very nice. I need to pick up a bottle of the Black. The liquor store I use has the Devil's Cut. They must have just got it in not too long ago because it wasn't there last month when I was there. Its still pretty new so I am sure it will make it's way down there.
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normally rum or bourbon and sprite. but also a fan of Grandpa's special reserve that he brings me in a good ol' mason jar
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Good call on the Roundhouse Gin, that's a Gin I can happily drink neat, nice fat mouth feel, and it's only 5 blocks from Avery where I'm Plant Engineer.
I met the distillers at the craft spirits festival in Breck last year, a great group of guys producing great products. I still need to make it up to the distillery to see it myself. Their new tequila is excellent too and I'm not a big fan of Tequila.

BTW for those that are from Colorado or in the state during the first weekend of October and want to try some great small batch spirits the festival in Breck is a great event. It started last year and has become an annual event that grows every year.
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normally rum or bourbon and sprite. but also a fan of Grandpa's special reserve that he brings me in a good ol' mason jar
so far the only two ive seen mention shine is you and me and both have GA as location hmm must come with the territory
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so far the only two ive seen mention shine is you and me and both have GA as location hmm must come with the territory
it's how we do it in the south
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Apricot Ale @ Pyramid brewery in WA, best beer I ever had. I miss it tho. I had it in cali and can't get it over here in GA.
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I love the Tenn. Honey. is there another one after that?
no i don't think so. they are just copying Wild Turkey's American Honey that came out 2 years ago. that's good stuff, and cheaper.
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NC is where it's at for your shine. there is some great stuff around here, and some bad bad stuff around here. a few miles from my home is thousands of acres of moonshine country. Junior Johnson (father of nascar) once said that he covered the western part of the state and Percy Flowers (my area guy. dead now but my grandpa and dad knew him very well) covered the eastern end of the state. that's always been pretty cool.
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Apricot Ale @ Pyramid brewery in WA, best beer I ever had. I miss it tho. I had it in cali and can't get it over here in GA.

Really??? I've just been really skeptical to pick that one up, find out I didn't like the Apricot Ale and then have to either muscle it down myself or give it to the neighbors when they piss me off or something...
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