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AleSmith YuleSmith Double IPA and Stone Enjoy By side by side.

 

They're both remarkably smooth for such tremendously hoppy ales, and they're both amazing, but I'd give the slight overall edge to the Stone rendition.

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That's great to hear, Bob.

 

You know, I'm not usually the patient type when it comes to aging booze, but if I had a bottle of lucid in my possession, I could do those four years standing on my head, and then some. :laugh:

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Don't tell anyone, buddy, but I could easily envy you Canuckistanis when I gaze pitifully at my virtually ​nonexistent​ absinthe stash.

 

Yup, it's definitely time to rectify that embarrassing situation. :arrr:

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That's what she said.

 

Oh, wait...you said stash, nevermind. :devil:

 

But, seriously, thanks Bob.

 

If Tish and I ever find ourselves stranded on the Great White Northern Prairie, we might just take you up on that. :thumbup:

 

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More Stone Enjoy By today.

 

Mandarine orange/tangerine, pineapple, mago, guava, kiwi, and lemon are all coming through loud and clear today.

 

Absolutely awesome DIPA!

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Sazerac with Pierre Ferrand Selection Des Anges Cognac, Creole Bitters and L'Ancienne.

 

 

Wishing I had $10,000 laying under a rock to get a bottle of this... Sazerac De Forge et Fils! Sante!

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It's a dirty job, but ​someone's​ maybe nobody has to do it, but as Joel McHale is fond of saying on The Soup..."I'm a dick!." :paperbag3: :laugh:

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An Aviation with St. George Botanivore gin and Tempus Fugit Liqueur de Violettes using the Tempus Fugit/Scott Betie recipe. Probably the best balanced Aviation I've had; though the lemon and marischino are the stand-out flavors, the violette definitely adds a nice touch.

 

Had some Marteau at Gasworks park earlier today, which was great. Nice sunny day with rain clouds on the far horizon for atmosphere, lots of boats and boat planes buzzing and sailing about, with the city skyline to my front and the scintillating, sluggish I-5 traffic looking like a metallic centipede off in the distance to my left.

 

 

Marteau Master's Reserve. Still a little time before it's finished blooming, but it's tough to stay away from.

Pretty cool, where'd you get it? i haven't seen it for sale online yet.

 

I was able to get a bottle already because I'm local to Marteau. I had the impression if it wasn't online at DUNY already, it should be soon.

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Orkney's Dark Island Ale. Now moving onto Moylan's Kilt Lifter Scotch Ale. Some like it tartan... B)

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Amen to that!

And I'll join you with an Orkney Skullspiltter.... And then who the hell knows what.....

 

 

Ole buddy, I could sit down and do some serious drinkin' with you. :drunk:

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