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    Brewed a 8.5% wiezenbock three weeks ago, kegge last night, drank now, lol. Pretty damn good, but a little harsh imo
    "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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    Quote Originally Posted by welshstar View Post
    Would you rather have sex with a hot 21 year old who was inexperienced but keen and active as hell or the 45 year old who was pretty but took it slow and easy.

    Your choice !!
    People on this forum are having sex?

    I agree with your take on Denners and aging them. I think I only have 3-5 bottles (usually Italian) that I try to age. The others bottles are sometimes aged by default -- meaning that I can't physically consume them within a reasonable amount of time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr drinky View Post
    People on this forum are having sex?

    I agree with your take on Denners and aging them. I think I only have 3-5 bottles (usually Italian) that I try to age. The others bottles are sometimes aged by default -- meaning that I can't physically consume them within a reasonable amount of time.

    k.
    Re: Denners. I'd never keep a Denner in the cellar for several decades, but too soon and no amount of decanting will really open it up.

    Re: Forum Sex. Yes, but same thing as with knives: 210mm will get the job done, but pros go 270 to 300...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bprescot View Post
    Re: Forum Sex. Yes, but same thing as with knives: 210mm will get the job done, but pros go 270 to 300...
    Good one, but I measure things in sun. Btw, I rechecked the bottles and MOST of them were above 15%, and one bottle was 15.8%. I think it was the Torrin.

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    12 year old Lagavulin cask strength till 4 AM

    Big ouch this morning

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    Brian Benson Kandy Red and a Demetria Tempranillo.

    k.
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    Everything....

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    Stillwater Artisanal Cellar Door
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr drinky View Post
    Ok, check this list out:

    (1) Rasa Dream Deferred Chardonnay
    (2) Booker My Favorite Neighbor
    (3) Demetria rose 2012
    (4) Denner Dirt Worshipper
    (5) Abeja Viognier
    (6) Tensley 2011 Syrah Noir
    (7) Epoch Estate Rose 2012
    (8) Denner Ditch Digger
    (9) Torrin The Maven 2010
    (10) Tensley Lea Rose
    (10) Corliss 2008 Syrah
    (11) Zepaltas La Cruz Vineyard
    (12) Auteur Manchester Ridge Vineyard
    (13) Booker Oublier
    (14) Booker Alchemist
    (15) Tamarack cellars Sagemoor reserve.
    (16) Pisoni Lucy Roae
    (17) Jolie bouche Efeste
    (18) Denner Viongnier

    All good.

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    Denner Dirt Worshipper and Booker Alchemist were the standouts for me. The St. Germaine, Hendricks and lime cocktails were a stellar way to take it over the top for those that were still standing. Even at that stage of the night I was able to memorize the recipe. Good show.
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