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    Re: new from lou-a-vul

    First off, Welcome!!

    Second, IMO ER17 is pretty overpriced. For the $60 I would way rather get a Stagg or William Larue Weller. Also, ER 10 year is actually closer to 13 years I believe. ...
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    Re: ORVW 15yo forever

    DAMN!!!! I was completely saving a spot on my right arm for that. Why didn't I hurry up?!?!?!?!?! :hot::hot:

    It does look nice though. I like it a lot.
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    Re: BOTM, 2/07: Pappy Van Winkle 20yo

    $200-$300.
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    Re: BOTM, 2/07: Pappy Van Winkle 20yo

    The Pappy 20 is SW. The Pappy 15's.... Nodbody knows. Nobody can tell you. Not even Julian.
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    Re: BOTM, 2/07: Pappy Van Winkle 20yo

    This is correspondence between Julian and myself from today.



    Last year, we were short of SW barrels so we had to use some BT 1991 barrels. They were great & I could not tell the difference...
  6. Thread: New here.

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    Re: New here.

    I believe that I already was introduced to you in another thread, but nice to meet you anyway. Once again, great work on the packaging!! If you are ever in MY neck of the woods, you CAN stop by for...
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    Re: Blue Collar whiskey

    :lol: :slappin: :lol: :slappin: :lol: :slappin:

    Sriously though, BT is a top notch pour for me. I don't find any of the attributes of which you are speaking. I find it quite pleasent, well...
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    Re: just one bottle?

    As long as it one of the four BOTY's.....
  9. Poll: Re: Pappy 20, AH Hirsch 16 or Black Maple Hill 21

    I would have to kindly disagree with you...
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    Re: newby question

    This is indeed a very common practice. There are only a handful of distilleries out there producing bourbon. Buffalo Trace, Heaven Hill, Jim Beam and others all have a lot of brands bottled with...
  11. Re: Your Favorite Bottle before you had a pour.

    While this may be true, it does do a couple of things: it adds memorability to it. You won't forget how much of pain to pour correct? Well, by that right, you won't forget the bourbon either. ...
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    Re: I have an old bottle of old grand dad

    WHHHOOOO DOG!! Now that is an oldie. All I can help you with is that it is earlier than the 70's.
  13. Thread: Fng Alert!!

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    Re: Fng Alert!!

    First off, WELCOME TO THE BOARD!!!

    Second, the other spirits which I enjoy are: Bourbon, Rye, Tennesee Whiskey, any other American Whiskey, Bourbon again and finally Bourbon.
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    Re: BOTM, 1/07: Old Grand Dad BIB

    I think that this is an extremely high value pour. I am a huge fan of this particular bourbon, especially the DSP 14 stuff. Whenever I am at a bar, I look for this. It is a pleasent surprise when...
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    Re: Only found in KY

    I have the Vintage brands down at BevMo. Not KY only.
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    Re: What is required to legally distill?

    The other thing is that you pretty much have to have the cash in hand. Look at it like this. If you are a bank, or a potential investor, would you want to put money into someplace where there is no...
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    Re: What is required to legally distill?

    OH MY GOD. What is required? MONEY. Lots and lots of it. I have been actively persuing this subject, and all that I get is roadblock after raodblock.

    You want to see something amazing? Check...
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    Re: Seagram's Benchmark Bourbon

    The best that I can tell you is that it is an early eighties or prior bottling.
  19. Poll: Re: Your Favorite Wild Turkey Regardless Of Price

    My friend, you must not be looking hard enough. I have six WT12's. I know where there are a couple more. I know where there are eight Tribute's at. And yes, I live in San Diego. Where about's...
  20. Poll: Re: Your Favorite Wild Turkey Regardless Of Price

    You have no space for Wild Turkey 12? What about the exports?
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    Re: 'Nother new guy

    There are plenty of lower shelf pours which I enjoy. Try to pick up some Wild Turkey 101. Many poeple (myself included) consider this to be a benchmark bourbon. It does everything it should, and...
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    Re: Seagram's Benchmark Bourbon

    That depends upon a couple of factors. First, what is the size of the bottle? Is it metric or standard? The red stip across the top, does it have a nine digit number on it?

    Seagrams Kentucky...
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    Re: Yep i am new here...

    Now THAT sounds like fun. I am gonna have to look you up some day.
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    Re: Yep i am new here...

    Welcome to the Board Brent! Nice to have you aboard. You will have to exscuse my ignorance though, what is a "hog dogger"?
  25. Re: A new guy, a confession, a busted cork and some questions...

    The problem comes when the bottles are left laying down. The high alcohol content tends to eat at the corks and speeds the deterioration.

    I believe that there are several people who have bourbon...
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