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OMG_Bill

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  1. Pernod Fils, 1930 Tarragona. Mid 1980's. Been stupid ever since. I have pics.
  2. Just a few local brews. Going to keep it local, most of the time. Cheers!
  3. Walton Waters and Meadow of love. Both distilled by Cheryl Lins in New York. I may have misspelled her name but Delaware Phoenix is the distillery and Catskill Cellars will always have it. Google is your friend and I'm merely a clerk. I understand they are good absinthes. Good day to you, Cheers!
  4. Founders breakfast stout. Coffee/oatmeal I believe, While I cool todays batch of Russian imperial ale. Yesterdays batch was a Bock but I've slept since then. Cheers!
  5. Coors lite. Brewed with pure rocky mountain stream water. it. is. something.
  6. That's not a bad list to start with. You can move up from there. Cheers!
  7. Sipped a glass of Belle Amie then moved on to some PF 1901. Both mighty tasty in my humble opinion. Cheers!
  8. Prairie Ale's "The beer that saved Christmas". Nice dark beer.
  9. Love it! Your idea of filling it with PF 1901 is spot on, in my humble opinion. Cheers!
  10. I think she may do well with chocolate instead. Maybe.
  11. The next time we're together, I'd give it a try.
  12. Voyager Martini. So nice. Thank you! Cheers!
  13. Soda water has been used in Portland to louche a glass of Marteau.
  14. I keep a jar of A.a. handy for any guest that may be curious. They appreciate absinthe after chewing A.a.
  15. It must be a lovely drink. Cheers! I'll give it a try when I get some Huckleberry booze.
  16. Sirene, is that the absinthe built in the Chicago area? The whole setup is very pretty. I'd like to find some glasses that are similar. I like the fountain also. Cleaning may be a chore. I have ideas about it though. Enjoy your gift. Cheers!
  17. Pumpkin ale that I put together a few months ago. It works but, not really as full bodied as I'd have liked. Needs more bottle conditioning.
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