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    We just got the inspection report back on "our" house... and it's not great. New roof, re-inforce foundation, new retaining wall, plumbing, and dangerous fireplace... Total cost? ~$65K in potential repairs... So I'll be drinkin' tonight, American Whiskey, I think (just what's open), so help me pick 'em. Missing from the photo is Low Gap Corn Whiskey, Maker's Mark, Blanton's, Rock Hill and Knob.


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    With a $65K repair coming up, I would probably drink all of them...

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    Ben, seems like a good night to pass on the Pappy; that should be for celebrations. I might start with some Old Potrero myself. Or Templeton Rye.

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    Nice! Handy, Pappy, that McCarthy's is nice. Been trying to get some Old Potrero, don't think anyone in CT carries it. I vote Sazerac Rye. Tonight I went with WhipperSnapper by Ransom. And an Aprihop by Dogfish.
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    Ended up choosing the Low Gap wheat whiskey. Just a little ice. Very good. May have had more than is prudent... forgot about the 7am client call tomorrow... Neh. Will let someone else run show if need be. Damn Good Whiskey though.

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    A new brew for us. A quad Belgian Blonde. 12.7%, and fruity as hell. Going down nicely after a 12 hour brewing fest we started at 5am. We have a brew fest to get ready for, so its balls to the wall right now
    "This is grain, which any fool can eat, but for which the Lord intended a more divine means of consumption.. Beer!" -Robin Hood, Prince of Thieves, Friar Tuck

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    So, how about sending me some?
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    Rogue Juniper Pale Ale

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