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    Re: Father's Day suggestion?

    That post from Pepcycle is hilarious. I must really be slipping to let that go for a week without noticing the thread. I almost wet myself the first time I re-read the post. Although, I must admit...
  2. Thread: EC 18

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    Re: EC 18

    I got mine up in New Hampshire at the same time as the price couldn't be beat. I've seen it offerend here in Massachusetts for as much as $54.00. NH ran the sale and I bought as much as I could...
  3. Thread: Hi from Ma

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    Re: Hi from Ma

    I purchased my BTAC collection at Julio's right around the holidays. I thought the prices were quite fair at $49.99 a bottle. My kid loves the buffalo nickel on the 1.75L bottle. It's almost like...
  4. Thread: Hi from Ma

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    Re: Hi from Ma

    It's a good store and I've recommended it quite to often. Unfortunately, it's located in Massachusetts so the prices for the standard items are quite a bit higher than in New Hampshire.

    Great...
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    Re: Hello from Long Island

    I've seen many discussions having to do with bottles fading. Personally, I have never found this to be a problem. I've had bottles that have been open for a couple of years without noticing any...
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    Re: Hello from Long Island

    Welcome

    Hopefully you're not really considering putting a dent in what you already have. Once you join the forum, the total bottle count on hand seems only to rise. You may be just setting...
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    Re: "select grains" and age

    Oops, I forgot this one. Don't call it the Christian thought. Seeing as I am a Christian, my point of view would also be considered Christian thought.

    I would also hesitate to bring religion...
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    Re: "select grains" and age

    I'd prefer to call it a stalemate. I sure didn't mean to offend anyone. But on the other hand I certainly won't apologize for making a joke that no one should take seriously anyway. Although...
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    Re: "select grains" and age

    Oh oh straightbourbon.com goes pc. I apologize if it offended anyone, but it's really just a goofy stereotypical joke. Some yankee says it and he's up for a lynchin, Jeff Foxworthy or Larry the...
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    Re: "select grains" and age

    Let me get this straight. They won't have brother and brother working there. I could see not hiring brother and sister because in Kentucky you're also getting husband and wife. That could pose I...
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    Re: Save ye Money!?

    Well, you didn't ruffle my feathers much. I'm of the same opinion that others have shared here prior to my post. I'll try anything reasonably priced at least once. If I care for it I'll probably...
  12. Re: Thanks to the Thirsty Traveler, you have a new member, and bourbon drinker

    I like the statement about convincing the wife that it's okay to have more than one kind of bourbon. I lurked for quite some time before joining this site just over a year ago. At the time I had...
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    Re: Save ye Money!?

    This doesn't belong here, but I'm going to post it anyways because it's going to save me some money. Anyways Elijah Craig 18 year old goes on sale in NH today for $23.99. I'm going to buy about 10...
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    Re: Newbie from Maryland

    Don't let anyone scare you off from asking questions. I usually but my liquor in New Hampshire. Prices are good and they have pretty much anything I want. No Van Winkle's but who can afford to...
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    Re: Another Month, Another Newbie

    I'd definately point you towards Rittenhouse if you really like the rye. I get the BIB version here for around $19.99 a 750 ml.

    Chris
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    Re: BOTM 9/07: Elijah Craig 18yo

    Excellent choice for this months selection. I'll admit that I only drink it about once a month or so. It's perfect for Friday night out back sitting by the fire.

    Chris
  17. Thread: Hi y'all

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    Re: Hi y'all

    Yes, welcome. You'll learn a great deal here and get plenty of ideas of new things to try. I've also experimented with many other types of spirits from reading posts and interacting with other...
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    Re: Bourbon Recommendations wanted.

    You can't really go wrong no matter what you try. If you like it then great. If not then your out about 17 - 40 bucks depending on what you buy. Big deal. Buy whatever is on sale and expand your...
  19. Thread: Newbie Here

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    Re: Newbie Here

    Yes, the other offerings in the small batch collection would be a pretty good place to start although a little pricey.

    I've only recently within the last few years started broadening my horizons...
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    Re: BOTM, 9/06: Wild Turkey 101

    I also go through quite a bit of WT 101 and also WT Rye which I prefer slightly over the former. Maybe some slight differences in the finished product, which quite honestly is to be expected...
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    Re: Cut with what and how much?

    I'll say that I have never added water to a to a glass of bourbon, whiskey or whatever. I do however put one or two ice cubes into the glass before pouring.

    This is generally because I prefer...
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    Re: Books, and what should be next.

    I can't believe you haven't tried or have been recommended any of the Wild Turkey variations. Plain WT101 has got to be one of the best values out there at around $15.00 for 750ml.

    If cost is a...
  23. Re: Evan Williams: A Bourbon that's Charcoal-Filtered?

    Don't be afraid to try some Old Grand Dad. You can get the 100 proof BIB for less money than Jim Beam. Good deal since I think it's twice as good.

    Chris
  24. Thread: Another Newbie

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    Re: Another Newbie

    I'm also partial to rye whiskies, Wild Tuykey Rye being my everyday pour.

    Chris
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    Re: 'Nother new guy

    www.nh.gov

    Chris
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