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    I'm drinking more cheap beer while I listen to records and wait for my vegan stew to finish (I'm not vegan but I'm an accomodating host).

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    Morimoto Soba Ale
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    A New York brewer, Southern Tier, Imperial Mokah. Chocolate, coffee, and a bunch of fermentables. A true dessert beer, very tasty!
    Spike C
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    Tea's tea Lemongrass green tea...

    What? Not every night can be whiskey

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    Ardbeg 10. Again. Sorry, I like it. A lot.

    And where are all the scotch drinkers? Christmas is coming and I need suggestions (Islay malts preferred, pleeze!)

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    Just out of curiousity, why Islay? Do you just like the heavy peated style?

    Bruichladdich just issued what is probably their first release using their new stock. The 'Laddie' I think. It's Islay, but I think this one is un-peated. Of course, also out of Bruichladdich, you could go for one of the Port Charlotte expressions which can be VERY peaty.

    I'm looking forward to a care package from K+L with these two guys. I was told they both just hit the warehouse. Should be fun tasting!
    http://www.klwines.com/detail.asp?sku=1078549
    http://www.klwines.com/detail.asp?sku=1077289

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    I can't get enough of the peat! So far, I've tried 2 expressions of Ardbeg (10 & uigeadail), & the Laphroaig quarter cask. The Ardbegs definitely get the nod over the Laphroaig (just a tad too sweet for an everyday dram), but I like all three of them. Peated scotch has pretty much guaranteed that I will never be a teetotaler. And K+L is on my short list of places to visit...

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    Well you can't discuss heavy-peated whiskey's without bringing up the Octomore. 140 ppm. Heaviest peated whiskey on record and supposedly truly delicious. Never had it myself.

    http://www.klwines.com/detail.asp?sku=1044605

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    Now THAT'S what I'm talking about! I think I just found my Xmas present! Thanks!

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    Sparkman 2008 Ruckus Syrah Red Mountain.

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