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    Re: New bourbon fanatic in eastern PA

    Welcome to the board. I too found myself gravitating to BT mash bills. Howsomever, reading SB threads encouraged me to try lots of "new" things, many of which I now keep on hand. Enjoy the journey.
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    Re: Hello From NY

    My favorite basics, and the ones I suggest to long-time friends who only recently discovered bourbons, are in no particular order -

    OGD BIB, OGD 114, EWB, 4RYL and if you can find it VOB BIB. The...
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    Re: Hello From NY

    Welcome. Nice list. I've found the bourbon lovers here wonderful about sharing their knowledge which should help you expand it without too many missteps.
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    Re: Hi from South East KY

    Welcome to the board. I drove through SE KY a couple of years ago. Absolutely stunning. I look forward to you comments on what whiskey is working its way to me.
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    Re: New from San Diego

    Welcome. Yup, bourbon's booming, and this is the place to at least keep up or, as in my case, avoid getting run over. :grin: Not a day goes by without my learning something about bourbon here, and...
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    Re: Hello from Chicago also!

    Welcome to SB. The Chicago contingent is growing, apparently. I'm jealous. RE: ryes - there are some recent threads on recent releases and some older ones under "Archives" that should provide you...
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    Re: Hello from Atlanta

    Welcome. [And to those SBers telling him to stay away from some of our favorite pours: You don't think he's gonna catch on that you are trying to cut down competition for them?] Which reminds me,...
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    Re: Hello From Chicago!

    Welcome. My wife (from Chicago) tells me to look forward to your Mid-west sensibilities. As long as it's about bourbon and rye and not about the weather . . .
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    Sticky: Re: BOTM 4/13: Old Grand Dad 114

    I bought a bottle months ago on sale but hadn't opened it. Resurrection of this thread got me wondering about it since I like OGD BIB. I got no real (or at least no dominant) scent on opening,...
  10. Re: [novice] Collecting.. Hoarding.. Prepping? / Lower Shelves

    So, I thought I needed to replenish my 4RSmB - down to three bottles. When putting the new one in the trunk for the ride home, I found a bag with a 4RSmB AND a HMcK10yr. After reading the new posts...
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    Re: Hello from Cleveland!

    Greetings. Welcome to SB. As a lifelong American whiskey drinker (who only recently discovered I also like lowland scotch blends and lesser known Irish offerings), this is a great place to visit -...
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    Re: Hi From the Gold Coast

    Welcome to SB, Robbie. I look forward to your contributions.
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    Re: Hello from West Tennessee!

    Welcome, Non-Shooting Person. There is much good info on here, and the conversation, from time to time, is even better (hahaha). I look forward to your comments. I started with JD many years ago...
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    Re: New to the obsession

    Welcome. AND, I agree w/TT - some of those bottom and mid shelf offerings will surprise you. They are good for filling in when you just can't decide what you want to drink.
  15. Re: [novice] Collecting.. Hoarding.. Prepping? / Lower Shelves

    When my wife says, "Buy one more, and I'll pour one out." It's happened (the warning, not the pouring) but I'm careful.
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    Re: New Member from NC

    Welcome to the board. I look forward to your comments. Never a dull moment but plenty of time to dream about what to try/buy next.
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    Sticky: Re: BOTM 3/14: Maker's Mark

    We keep minis of MM on hand. It's our go-to bourbon for any recipe calling for "whiskey" (because it clashes with nothing) and to offer newbies who find BT or JBB too "hot". I first tasted it in...
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    Re: Hello from new member in MI

    I'm not from Michigan. BUT, I, too, like bourbon. So, welcome, anyway.:D
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    Re: greetings from Ontario!

    Welcome. Lots of good knowledge, and lots of great people, here. I, for one, am a little jealous of your self-filled KCSB 9yr. Going to have to have a 2nd pour of something to perk me up.:shocked:
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    Re: Hello from NYC!

    Welcome to the Forum. Lots of excellent info, and help when choosing, on here. Enjoy, but be warned: This is a lot more fun to read than casebooks. :70358-devil:
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    Re: A whiskey gent from NJ

    Welcome. Nice, poetic, free verse bio. Being ham-handed, I use a sommelier's tasting glass for neat pours. Always afraid I'd bite a Glencairn. :grin: Isn't that EWB something?
  22. Re: Learned a lot already. Now hope to contribute!

    Welcome, Ray. Love that you love the JB 8yr, ASBowman, & EHTSmB - some of my faves.
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    Re: Newbie from Bama

    Lots of former lurkers here. Glad you stepped up. Welcome.
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    Re: Hello from Alaska

    Here's a warm welcome from the frozen South. :grin: One can spend hours here reading the old posts and learning quite a lot. It's an endlessly fascinating subject, bourbon is, and doesn't require...
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    Re: Hey from VA

    Welcome. I look forward to your comments on what's available in "our" region of MDV, especially on what's hot at Magruders of DC. On my last trip, I noticed that somebody had scarfed up their...
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