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scratchline
04-14-2009, 13:20
I believe this discussion was posted earlier but the link is since dead and with so many newcomers to the board I thought there might be some renewed interest:

http://74.125.95.132/search?q=cache:w5i-T49fX8MJ:maltadvocatemagazine.com/classics-mem-int-rye.asp+%22rye+roundtable%22&cd=1&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=us

dohidied
04-21-2009, 11:08
That was a very educational read. Thanks for posting it.

Luna56
04-21-2009, 20:13
What a fantastic read, very enjoyable. Thanks so much for posting that, it made my night!

Cheers!

Stones
04-21-2009, 23:30
A very engaging read, looks like we might see more 6-7yo Ryes on the market in the next few years? This round table is probably where Beam got some extra inspiration for their RI(1)... :skep:

DowntownD
04-26-2009, 23:22
fantastic read, thanks for sharing the link.

chefnash51
04-30-2009, 11:47
great read, thanks for sharing.

After reading this I went out to pick up a bottle of Michter's 3 year old Rye. ($26)

adding to my Rye Collection

WT 101
Saz jr
Saz 18
Handy x3
Rittenhouse BIB x2

if only I could get my hands on Van Winkle's 13 yr old Rye... oh and Old Potrero.

StraightBoston
04-30-2009, 12:08
Old Potrero can be found up in Mass (a little spendy, but...) Which expressions are you looking for?

Eth3rStrik3r
05-01-2009, 07:57
That was a great read, thanks for posting that article.

chefnash51
05-04-2009, 16:06
Old Potrero can be found up in Mass (a little spendy, but...) Which expressions are you looking for?

The Straight Rye Whiskey one. Where about in Mass? I used to go to West Springfield Mass (table and vine) for beer runs.