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    Southern Tier 2x Steam & High West American Prairie Reserve
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    Not sure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyChance View Post


    Not sure.
    I think the Jefferson's 18 year takes the prize...

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    Quote Originally Posted by heldentenor View Post
    I think the Jefferson's 18 year takes the prize...
    Yeah that 18yr is awesome, but I was blown away how good the regular single barrel is. One of the best I've had in that ~$20 price range
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    Quote Originally Posted by sachem allison View Post
    I thought the watermelon was okay by itself but, much better when I made a cocktail out of it. beer, lime juice, touch of cranberry with just a splash of simple syrup served on the rocks. quite refreshing and tasted more like watermelon then.lol Slow day at lunch.
    It took me awhile to decide, but I realized that I really do like that beer. I'll have to try this cocktail though, thanks for the idea.
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    Quote Originally Posted by heldentenor View Post
    I think the Jefferson's 18 year takes the prize...
    Yeah, it would be between that and the High West 21yr Rye. Completely different but both great.

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    woodford and rogue dead guy tonight.

    High west rye makes a great manhattan.

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