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I never did try the Ugidail. But definitely like the sounds of that. Thanks SC

 

Lake placid ubu ale after climbing a high peaks mountain up here.

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Graham's Six Grapes Reserve Porto.

The Ugidail is class stuff greytail. Such a good Whisky.

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Well, alrighty, then...

 

And, If, Goddess forbid, your wine choice turned out to be chardonnay :puke: , I might even have to whoreswhip you. :reaper: :laugh:

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Almost makes me wish I had wasted money on a bottle of chardonnay. :devil:

Maybe we can work around the chardonnay thing. :shifty:

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Negroni.

Not to be confused with the infamous Negro.

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Graham's Six Grapes Reserve Porto.

The Ugidail is class stuff greytail. Such a good Whisky.

Great. Now just have to wait till I get home.

I am picking up a pear Brandy from finger lakes distilling tomorrow to try.

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Terminus. followed by.........Terminus. Pretty good stuff, init? Back to absinthe after a relatively long journey down cognac street. No longer possible to pick a favorite between the two.

 

I do like the Graham's Six Grapes Reserve Port too - the fresh-fruitiest port I've come across in many a year. I like Dow's Late Bottle Vintages as well - not as fruity/sweet as the Graham's, but still darkly rich and satisfying. Now you've done it. I'll have to open a bottle of port this weekend.

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Stocked up on Pinner Throwback IPA for my stay in Grand Isle. So naturally. :cheers:

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Man I love that Pinner. Good stuff..

 

Still exploring the wonderful world of single malts.

Tonight it was Glenlivet 12, Bunnahabhain, and Benromach. All wonderful drams. I can't believe it took me so long to find Scotch whisky. It's like we were meant to be together.

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Man I love that Pinner. Good stuff..

 

Still exploring the wonderful world of single malts.

Tonight it was Glenlivet 12, Bunnahabhain, and Benromach. All wonderful drams. I can't believe it took me so long to find Scotch whisky. It's like we were meant to be together.

 

Uigeadail's still our favorite. Have you gotten around to the Laphroaig yet? Cheers, good sir. :cheers:

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The Ballantine IPA was my go-to beer in the late seventies, when it was 8.2% abv, and aged for nine months in wood, Greytail.

 

Gradually, the strength and aging time diminished, until it was a paltry 5.2% and aged for a couple of months in wood.

 

By the mid-late eighties, it had disappeared completely.

 

I guess Pabst resurrected it. What's the strength nowadays, and is it wood aged?

 

 

More 2X4 today.

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See if you can find the Ballantine Burton Ale. It's a very well made English-style barley-wine. Our local beer-store was selling it as $7.99 per six-pack. We were going to go back for seconds, but, unfortunately, they sold out. :thumbdown:

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Abs,

The current ABV is 7.2 thereabouts.

No aging in wood that I read on the bottle.

It's so so for an IPA.

 

Alfred,

I was lucky enough to procure three six packs and I will be taking 1 of them home with me. Drinking the rest while on vacation.

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My other bottle of La Grenouille that was *supposed* to be for archiving. Like the "archived" bottles of La Ancienne. Or Oak Aged Roquette. Or etc etc. I drink them all.

 

I suck at archiving.

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