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    Last night I had stone double bastard

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    Once again, crappy airline lounge chardonnay. At least it is free.

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    I'm going to open one of my Hair of the Dog Bourbon Fred from the wood bottles tonight. I still have 12 of the 2008 in the cellar.
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    back to the Laphroaig 18

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    Sierra Nevada torpedo, Buffalo trace, willet potstill reserve

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    Oh man! This Hair of the Dog Bourbon Fred is really amazing! Based on previous experience with aging their beers, this stuff is going to be incredible in a year or two or ten. Where the World Wide Stout is like a brandy milk shake, this is like a bourbon milk shake. Smooth creamy mouth feel with a bourbon quality resulting from 18 months in wood barrels. Mr. Sprint has taken the wood aging to next level with this brew.
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  7. #397
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    Sierra Nevada torpedo, Buffalo trace, willet potstill reserve
    Reading a lot about the 'trace lately... need to try it out.

    Tonight: Sierra Nevada Celebration.

    Thought it would be a dark, winter warmer style brew (i.e. 1 before or after dinner)
    Actually, very drinkable and highly recommended... especially for the sale price @ $6.68 a sixer.

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    Did a little finish work on some Merlot. Will have a glass or two of this now.



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    Lemonade with fennel. Strangely nice compliment.

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    Kinda like Pernod with lemon?

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