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    today for beer I had, Sierra Nevada/Dogfish Head Life & Limb, Rouge Shakespeare oatmeal stout, Daddy's little helper Black "IPA', Morimoto black soba, Anchor Liberty ale, Sierra Nevada Celebration and Torpedo

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    Is the barrel aged Raspy available outside of California?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpikeC View Post
    Is the barrel aged Raspy available outside of California?
    Ehh, a little.
    "God sends meat and the devil sends cooks." - Thomas Deloney

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    Boulevard Smokestack Series Double Wide IPA
    Pappy Van Winkle 23 Year Old Bourbon
    Santa was very good to me!

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    Had Rogue Santa's Private Reserve for lunch, now I need to rest a bit. Very nice beer, though, I really like Rogue ales.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyChance View Post
    AAARRRRRGH!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Black Flip, For Peat's Sake and a Shark at PDT.
    Left Hand Milk Stout and a Penicillin at Momofuku Ssam Bar.
    "God sends meat and the devil sends cooks." - Thomas Deloney

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    Anyone try Victory Helios? Bought two bottle for this weekend, looks good from the description.
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    Would like some advise on which bottle to open for new year's eve: 1982 mouton magnum or 1989 chateau haut-brion?? Doing a cook out at a dear friend's place, very Mediterranean feel to the menu, moussaka, lotsa lamb, seafood, etc. And a striploin of grade 9 Australian wagyu.

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    Well, as both of them are worth more than my first car cost, I will just sit back and drool at the prospect of either one.
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    Would like some advise on which bottle to open for new year's eve: 1982 mouton magnum or 1989 chateau haut-brion?? Doing a cook out at a dear friend's place, very Mediterranean feel to the menu, moussaka, lotsa lamb, seafood, etc. And a striploin of grade 9 Australian wagyu.

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