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I would, if it were available in my neck of the woods, but I'm not surprised that it isn't, even as a Pabst release.

 

Ballantine was always an east coast brew.

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My first attempts at Suissesse (absinthe, egg white, orgeat). First try with Libertine 55 and little orgeat: fresh and creamy, not too sweet. Second attempt with CAB's Butterfly and some more orgeat: more complex, but a bit too sweet for my taste.

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"Brewed on the grounds of Trapp Family Lodge in Stowe, Vermont, this lager is crafted with the finest traditional ingredients and our pure Vermont spring water."

 

Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you

Von Trapp brewing Helles lager.

 

Not bad. The view is much better.

 

In the Adirondacks for the week.

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Had some WildCraft Cider Works Rose Cider the other night. It was ok, but I only had one bottle. Another bottle would be good for continued scientific research.

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Well, a high quality, capable screw that gets the job done, of course. ;) :dev-cheers:

 

Hope the vacation with the fam was a great one.

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I was wondering if you ever tried one of those butler's friends.

Oh shit, you were being serious! :laugh:

No, not to my knowledge. If my screw has a brand name, I'm oblivious. :paperbag3: I doubt I paid much for it. I've found over the years that it's not so much what I'm doing, but how I'm doing it.

If I had a vast store of rare and expensive bottles, hell yes, I'd have a shmancy gadget for getting into them.

 

 

Melvin Screw X 4 today.

That Melvin dude sure is a lucky fucker. :dev-cheers:

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Finished off the last few ounces of a bottle of Germain-Robin Craft Method Brandy I've had for several years. Not my favorite, but a nice tipple nonetheless, and I had to make room in my liquor cabinet for a bottle of Ragnaud Sabourin Reserve Speciale 20 year old cognac I've got coming. It's a tough job, but somebody's got to do it.

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Awesome choice SC. Man that is where it's at.

After a week up here in the mountains with campfires each night I will have to grab a bottle when I get home just to pour and savor that smoky peat aroma.

 

Crooked stave st. BRetta for me this afternoon.

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Awesome choice SC. Man that is where it's at.

After a week up here in the mountains with campfires each night I will have to grab a bottle when I get home just to pour and savor that smoky peat aroma.

 

I hear ya. I'm afraid the whisky has taken first place over my love for absinthe. I might also suggest getting either the Uigeadail, or the Corryvreckan expressions of the Ardbeg. Not as brusk as the 10yr, and a peaty, malty, sherry cask finish that goes on for days. Luckily the liquor store I mentioned with the massive absinthe selection also has a spirits tasting bar, and a fine selection of "mini" single malts for exploration.

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