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    Re: New guy from Chicagoland!

    Welcome to SB. Hope you're diggin' that Four Roses Single Barrel. Great stuff!
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    Re: Hello from the UK

    Yes. That's a steep price at $100 when we get it for less than half that. You need an American mule to bring you some goodies! The Old Grand Dad 114 that was mentioned is also excellent and no doubt...
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    Re: Greetings from Chicagoland

    Welcome to SB neighbor! I'm in Brookfield and probably have stood just feet away from you drinking craft beer at Brixies. Will hook up soon enough. Cheers!
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    Re: Hello from the UK

    Greetings from Chicago, roaringboy! As squire said, that's quite a nice collection, indeed. I too am partial to Four Roses Single Barrel, but the others you mentioned are terrific as well (Eagle...
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    Re: Good evening All

    A good sleeping bag oughta solve that problem. And welcome to SB!
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    Re: Hello from North Dakota

    Welcome to SB. Kinda curious myself about your selection up in ND. I'm guessing there aren't too many dusty hunters in your neck of the woods, so there may be some gems laying around if you keep your...
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    Re: Hello from the U.K

    Welcome to SB. Yorkshire? The land of great beer and even greater hospitality! So, what's available to you these days? The bourbon market in the UK has really expanded in the last few years, so your...
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    Sticky: Re: BOTM 3/13: George Dickel Rye.

    Wow. What a deal!
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    Sticky: Re: BOTM 3/13: George Dickel Rye.

    Just happened to pick up a bottle today, along with a bottle of Bulleit Rye. Looking forward to sampling these tonight. These are both affordable whiskeys (I paid $22 for the Dickel and $28 for the...
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    Re: New guy from Mississippi

    Welcome aboard and thanks for sharing the quote from Judge Sweat. I had never read that before and loved it. Would make a nice birthday card, wouldn't it?:grin:
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    Re: New in Chicago

    Welcome to SB. We'll let you know when the next South Loop Binny's get-together is and you can meet the local crew, as well as the Indy/Michigan/Iowa folks too.
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    Re: New from Boston

    Nice one, Tim. A man always does his best bar-building when his wife is away for an extended period of time and is unaware of just what her husband is doing back home. Having by-passed the "special...
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    Re: Howdy from Houston

    Uh, oh. Another smknjoe? Ain't one already more than we can handle?:lol: But seriously though, welcome to SB and glad to hear you're a wheater, rye and beer guy, just like some of us civilized folks!...
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    Re: Hello from Chicago

    Welcome to the ever-growing Chicago crew. I'm sure another Binny's get-together will roll around again fairly soon, even if it's a "mini" meet-up. You usually don't have to twist arms too hard to get...
  15. Re: "sup yo" from Seattle (well, a few miles east of Seattle)

    Kinda like my wife!:lol:
    Welcome to SB and no need to apologize for being a switch hitter. There are lots of us single malt scotch/bourbon characters here and all we need is more time to drink them...
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    Re: Hello From Purdue University

    Welcome to SB and always remember, good bourbon can be had for cheap. Head for the Very Old Barton, JTS Brown Bottled In Bond or Ten High Straight Bourbon (not the blend) and you're good to go for...
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    Re: Differences in Bourbon Mouthfeel

    Thanks for the link, Thad. I find viscosity an important factor in my enjoyment of many bourbons and agree that this characteristic cuts across wheaters and rye'd whiskey. As you noted, the old...
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    Re: How to get a clean pour?

    Typical Michigan pig.:grin:
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    Re: Another Buckeye here

    Welcome to SB, Vovan. Lots of great people here from Ohio for you to hook up with.
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    Re: Cloudy Bourbon

    My bourbon never goes cloudy until I've had four or five pours. Oh, wait...:lol:
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    Re: Hello from Sweden and a quick question

    Hello Dan and welcome to SB. That sounds like an interesting trip and you should definitely take in some quality beer while traveling the west coast. One thing to consider is how much whiskey you...
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    Sticky: Re: BOTM: 7/12 Van Winkle Family Reserve Rye

    How very true. I pull my open bottle out from time to time and always marvel at its roundness and elegance. Such a shame that the stuff is now rare as hen's teeth.
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    Re: Hi from London UK

    Greetings from Chicago and welcome to SB. That's a fine introduction into the world of bourbon and I'm glad to see you've included some rye as well. Have fun and don't be shy about asking questions.
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    Re: New from Athens, GA

    Welcome to SB, Jack. Sounds like you're off to a good start with all those distillery tours. Any favorites that you've discovered so far? Be sure to ask a lot of questions and have fun!
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    Re: Hello from White House, Tennessee

    White House, Tennessee. Now that's a cool-sounding town! Welcome to SB, Chad. What have you tried so far and do you have any favorites? Don't forget: You don't have to buy from the top shelf to get...
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