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    Re: Hello from CA

    Welcome aboard. Looks like you have the bug for the good and limited stuff. :)
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    Re: New guy from the Bay Area

    Welcome aboard. That's a great start.
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    Re: Hello from LA!

    Welcome abroad. Looks like you started with the mighty good stuff and some other good choices.

    Nothing wrong with that at all.

    Cheers
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    Re: Hello from the SF Bay Area

    Welcome. Thanks for the introduction. And glad you came public. :)
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    Re: Greetings from Berkeley, CA.

    Welcome to the board and another from UCB here as well.
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    Re: New member from Northern California

    Welcome. Looks like you have a taste for the good and premium stuff. I was similar and actually still am mostly, hahaha. Enjoy the site, read a lot, contribute, then get to know some of the folks...
  7. Re: [novice] Collecting.. Hoarding.. Prepping? / Lower Shelves

    Hate to say these, but beyond a doubt you are going to spend a lot more while reading on SB.com! Lol

    But we will be able to help guide you to the better choices faster and avoid the not so stellar...
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    Re: Hello from the burbs of Nor Cal

    Welcome to the neighborhood.

    Based on what you stated, you'll have so many choices that you would likely enjoy.

    Now that you are on SB.com, you'll fill up that bar in no time.
  9. Re: [novice] Collecting.. Hoarding.. Prepping? / Lower Shelves

    Like everyone stated, welcome to the deep end.

    Good news is that here you will feel perfectly normal.

    And looking at what other has stashed, it'll give you the reason to go deeper.
  10. Thread: Old but new

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    Re: Old but new

    Kevin, I say let's ask Adam what he likes to drink. :)

    Welcome and glad you are here.

    Cheers
  11. Re: newbie from Chicago....first dusty hunt success

    Who can be so lucky to be able to raid a family friend cabinets. I wonder what else are there :)

    Welcome
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    Re: New member from SoCal

    Welcome

    Bourbon County Stout is quite good and I enjoyed some last week. I was in SoCal last couple of days and a liquor store had two cases of the Bourbon County Stout. If you want to know...
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    Re: Hello from Austin.

    Should I say welcome when you have been here since 08? :)

    I love Austin and first stop from the airport is Salt Lick and before leaving to the airport is Iron Works for some beef ribs.

    Maybe...
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    Greetings from Oakland CA

    Welcome Brent.

    I spent my first 30 or so years in Oakland as well.

    Cheers,
    Hugh
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    Re: Hello from California

    On the top for the stickies, there is one for Acroynms:
    http://www.straightbourbon.com/forums/announcement.php?f=43&a=8

    ETL is a good choice. Since you mentioned, you like a "long finish, spice,...
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    Re: Hello from California

    Welcome!

    Yes, bourbon is very subjective, something I love another would find it not very good. It's all about how you like it. Also, eventually you will figure out what type of mashbill...
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    Re: New guy from the SF Bay Area

    hahaha. You got me :-)

    I used to be a very diligent and obsessed hunter and know really well all the spots and have some good contacts at the store. However, I have stop bunkering since 2009 in...
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    Re: New guy from the SF Bay Area

    Welcome Steve.

    Previously, I would search through old threads to research and learn. Tons of information on this site.

    Don't start bunkering too much unless you have tried them to know you...
  19. Re: I just dumped a bottle of EC12 down the drain

    Perhaps try a bottle of Elijah Craig 18 since you like some age. Years ago, I had a good bottle and enjoyed it. Again, I read not every bottle is consistent though.

    Cheers
    --Hugh
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    Re: Incredible day of awesome find

    So, I have been doing some searching and thinking about this. My GPS or yahoo has a lot of listings. But if you search by liquor, you are going to waste a lot of time. I realize quickly that the best...
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    Re: Incredible day of awesome find

    Hahaha
    If you make it in one piece, we will definitely open the bottle and enjoy it.
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    Incredible day of awesome find

    Happen to stop over to Beltramos and bought a bottle of PVW23/A1136. It was not on display but after talking to the clerk about how he bought the last bottle of PVW15 yesterday, I started to ask him...
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    Re: PVW15 is very good

    Sorry for the typo.

    I will edit my post. I meant ORVW instead of the OPVW.
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    PVW15 is very good

    I fell for the trap in an unnamed internet wines and spirits site (LOL) where they put up a ORVW15 picture and I was hoping it was an ORVW15 not the PVW15. So I purchased three bottles, knowing...
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    Re: Just saying hello

    Welcome. I'm new as well and have read through so many threads and learned a great deal.

    Since you like the Turkey, I just learned that this is how The Duke, John Wayne order his "Can you cut me...
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