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    +1 on the Redbreast. Did anyone else read about the scotch that was brought by the first Antarctica expedition and remade by the original distiller?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr drinky View Post
    Kaufmann Vodka.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ecchef View Post
    W-T-F!?
    Forgot to add that it was the Kauffman 2005 vintage. Nothing like vintage vodka

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    Tonight: Great Lakes Christmas ale! I haven't been home to Cleveland in 5+ years for one!

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    potcheen 12 days old. Rough!!!!!!!

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    DayQuil for the second time this season. Arghh!

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    i'm having a drink of my own invention:

    1 part VSOP cognac (two shots in this case)
    2 parts homemade sour mix* (four shots in this case)
    1/2 teaspoon candied ginger, coarsely ground
    2 kumquats

    shake cognac with ice, grated candied ginger, and two extremely thinly cut ripe kumquats. strain and pour over ice. wonderful.

    * fresh lime juice, sugar, water and egg white, to taste

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    Terminal Gravity "Festivale". Yum! A proper winter warmer.
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    Allagash 2011 Interlude

    Absolutley awesome beer

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    I have to say, this 'trying-to-lose-weight' thing really sabotages any carefree drinking habit I guess it's water tonight so that I can fit in a larger Rogue bottle tomorrow...

    Stefan

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