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Scuttlebutt 20 Year Oola Distillery Whiskey Barrel Aged Russian Imperial Stout.

 

Not quite as good as the Woodinville Whiskey Co. version, but still very nice.

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This bottle's gone too...

Dude, I'm loving that trend.

Hope replacements are on the way. :thumbup:

 

I bought in the past many different bottles to understand what I really like. Now I know: Devoille's Centenaire and Libertine 55, Grön and Vit Opal, Adnams Rouge (for the few moments I really want a rouge), Blanche Neige, La Grenouille, Jade Terminus. Those bottles I already have, unopened (apart frome Devoille's). I was considering getting the new Justifiée & Ancient, but it's really too costly.

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It's beautifully wet here / I had the pleasure of being rained on several times. :worshippy:

SC, I wish I could share, darlin'.

 

Oh if only.

 

 

Wait...were we talking about the weather?

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Rode 25 miles to the fire tower after work yesterday, 3 fires I could see along the edge of the horizon. A little herbal refreshment afterwards with skillet fried venison and sweet potatoes for supper.

 

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Yeah. On one hand I like it and yet I am sure this is a once in a great while beer. I only bought two to sample. I fear if I had got the whole six, they may have lasted me till next year.

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Southern Drawl Pale Lager to kick off the Thanksgiving Break. I'm an Ales guy, but this is pretty nice. :thumbup:

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I think I remember a Lagavulin 10, years ago.

 

I liked it even more than the 16 for its unbridled super smokiness, although the 16 was more complex.

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Yeah. Older aged scotches will lose things like certain flavor profiles as they mellow so good to have both on hand for the best of both worlds.

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This tankard ale was a nice ale from the pabst brewing co.

 

Indeed, it is; almost like a lighter version of the Ballantine Burton Ale. Nice how it comes in a full pint can, too. Hope they keep it going as a year-long release.

 

Hamburg Brewing - OMS followed with a Great Lakes Ohio City Oatmeal Stout. :heart:

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