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    Re: Hello from Indiana

    Welcome from snowy Monticello.
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    Re: Newbie from Northern Indiana

    Welcome from Monticello. I do most of my shopping in Lafayette ot Indy since my usualy outlet stopped shipping, so I really can't help much in the Ft. Fun area. Welcome aboard!
  3. Re: Hello from the Piney Woods of East Texas

    Welcome, you've got three good starting points that are easily available, not overly expensive, and different enough to point you toward discovering what you like.
  4. Re: Recently Joined from Tinley Park, IL

    Welcome to the board, and have fun!
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    Sticky: Re: BOTM 9/13: 1792 Ridgemont Reserve

    1792 is one of my regular pours. I am vry much a fan of the Barton flavor, as I think VOB and 1792 are th ekings of their respective price ranges. I will say I've had many of the regular offering...
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    Sticky: Re: BOTM 9/13: 1792 Ridgemont Reserve

    IIRC = If I recall correctly
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    Re: Hello From Georgia

    I assumed you drank your whiskey clear and desired about 3000 lbs of rum & sugar.
  8. Re: So my brother-in-law drinks moonshine ....

    Distilling a fruit base will result in a higher methanol content than a simnple sugar or grain base, but a shiner would almost have to try to collect methanol and acetone to make a dangerous product....
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    Re: Brand new whiskey drinker here .....

    Welcome, you're starting your journey the right way. Find what you like, try not to let the price tag influence the decision, then try to figure out why.
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    Re: howdy from the great southwest

    Welcome from Indiana! Where in New Mexico? I used to visit the Southern edge (Santa Teresa, Mesilla, Las Cruces) somewhat regularly for work-related travel, but haven't ventured much further north.
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    Re: Greetings from WV

    Welcome. I make it to the Buckhannon, WV area about once a year, but have never done much hunting in the area. Looks like you've found some great classics!
  12. Re: Greetings from Dublin! (not the one across the pond, the one in Ohio)

    All I remember from Dublin, Ohio is the concrete corn field. How was the Willett visit?
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    Re: Cheers from Minneapolis, MN

    Welcome to the board. A visit to central KY in the next few months could take your obsession to the next level!
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    Re: New from Decatur, GA

    Welcome, and I'll second PaulO's sentiments. While the $80+ bottles are excellent and have a place in a bunker, $40 gets you an outstanding pour and $20 gets you a great value.
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    Re: Cheers from Louisville

    Welcome from North of the Ohio.
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    Re: Greetings from NE ATL, Buford that is

    Welcome, and my compliments on an outstanding introdcution post.
  17. Re: Hi Y'all! Newbie from South Central Ky.

    Welcome to the boards. You're certainly in the right part of the country to learn and taste a lot.
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    Re: Hello from another Hoosier

    Welcome. The biggest mistake new bourbon fans make is climbing the shelf too high, too fast. Learn what you like, and why you like it, and don't let any person or price tag do that for you. When...
  19. Re: First post, I am very happy to be here!

    Welcome to the board. Joining is the best thing you've ever done for your taste buds, but you've done better things for your wallet.
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    Re: Hello from NWGA

    Welcome from rainy Northern Indiana.
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    Re: Hiyas from SW Virginia

    Welcome from Indiana. Is that WT Rye the 81 proof or the 101 proof version?
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    Sticky: Re: BOTM 6/13: Wild Turkey Rye 101

    I've never cared for Baby Saz, and frankly I'm not a big Handy fan either. I would probably take the Turkey 81 over either. Turkey 101 was the first rye I ever tried (a distillery sample), and I...
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    Sticky: Re: BOTM 7/13: Willet Pot Still Reserve

    This is actually one of my regular pours. I just wish I knew more about where it came from.
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    Re: Aggie from Houston

    Welcome aboard! :toast:
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    Re: Adam from Dallas

    Welcome from Indiana.
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