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Discussion in 'The Breakroom' started by kd7dvd, Aug 18, 2012.
Dogfish Head 90 Minute IPA
Finally got to try it. It sucks. Pbr is weak. Like expected.
Was your camera drunk when you took the picture?
Had a Sam Adams Maple Pecan Porter earlier. Was tasty if a bit thin for a porter. Might end up trading the other few though.
Maybe the camera guy was drunk.
If it turns out you don't like the HUB Abomination, I would happily give the remainder a good home.
Morning cup o joe
Cause im at work pleh
Did get to miss work yesterday tho
My cousin Kelly had a leak and called for my assistance. Water was coming out of the basement drywall ceiling. After a little looking around I discovered that a ball valve to the automatic washing machine. t was just a matter of changing the valve. Since Kelly knew I wasn't going to accept a cash payment...he paid me in bourbon
A bottle of Basil Hayden and a bottle of Elmer T. Hill.
I've said it before and I'll say it again...Sometimes I plumb...and sometimes I plumb some
So tonight it Basil Hayden's
DuClaw Sweet Baby Jesus Chocolate Peanut Butter Porter. Why yes, it is gross.
How come no one ever has an emergency and needs a casino supervisor
oh, I forgot to mention the airline size bottle of Makers Mark.
I must say...that Basil Hayden's is the best bourbon I've had yet.
Limestone in the water, Kentuck environment, and charred White Oak barrels. Mmmmmmmm.
That grand ol' classic, Gryff's Manhattan: three ounces Old Overholt Straight Rye Whiskey, one ounce Martini & Rossi Sweet Vermouth, two dashes of Fee Brother's Old Fashioned Bitters, one dash of Angostura. Now that's what I'm talkin' about.
(Yes, I have better ryes to choose from, but Old Overcoat is just rough enough around the edges to not let the vermouth over-sweeten it. And yeah, I've tried every craft bartender's darling Carpano Antica vermouth, but good GAWD they want a crap-ton of money for it, and the vanilla-y roundness of the Fee Bros. bitters gives a similar effect. YMMV, no warranty expressed or implied, offer not good in AK or HI, discontinue if side effects develop, etc. etc. etc.)
In my Manhattan, I use 4 0z. of Wild Turkey (101° of course) and then I gently wave the capped bottles of vermouth and bitters over the glass. Cheers!
Reminds me of Churchill's recipe for a dry Martini: four ounces of gin, and a glance in the direction of France.
Hey, I like my good whiskey "up" as much as the next guy. But I also like the more complex flavors of a good mixed drink. This one is actually an old family favorite, my grandfather taught me to make it when I was ten or so.
As I mentioned earlier, I'm not a huge bourbon fan, but I keep hearing all these raves about Basil Hayden, I just might have to give it a whirl.
Sadly, I possess neither the sophisticated olfactory sense nor the palate to discern the subtle nuances you desire. I just like my booze straight .
Three Kings Ale is in my hand right now. Stevens Point Brewery makes some very good beer at a very reasonable price.
It's a free country, brother.
Let's drink to it staying that way.