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  1. Announcing the Chuck Cowdery Tour of Bourbon Country, October 16-18, 2013

    This is already posted under Distillery Trips, but I thought bourbon novices might be particularly interested in something like this. If you're new to bourbon, or you're a veteran bourbon drinker but...
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    Sticky: Re: BOTM 11/12: Kirklnd Small Batch Bourbon

    I enjoyed this review of the Kirkland bourbon.

    "Three grown men, whiskey drinkers all, could stomach no more than a total of about 6 ounces of the stuff. At first sip, I glanced sideways at one...
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    Sticky: Re: BOTM 3/13: George Dickel Rye.

    Liter bottles are preferred by bars and rarely seen in stores.
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    Sticky: Re: BOTM 3/13: George Dickel Rye.

    Often with new products, they only come out with the 1L (for bars and restaurants) and 750ml (for consumers) at first, if it catches on then they bring it out in all sizes, up to 1.75 L. But with...
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    Sticky: Re: BOTM 3/13: George Dickel Rye.

    Larceny is another good example of a premium product from a major producer, like Dickel Rye, that isn't aiming for the fences, price-wise, and I agree that Dickel (and Heaven Hill) should be praised...
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    Re: Top Shelf Chick

    I've always gotten satisfaction from finding values. Some people get satisfaction by paying top dollar. That's good for the economy, so no complaints. Though it might be more interesting if your...
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    Re: Boston Bourbonite.

    Well, I'm still here, to the disappointment of many.
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    Re: Boston Bourbonite.

    Isn't bourbonite the stuff that kills Bourbon Superman?
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    Re: BOTM 1/11: J.T.S. Brown BIB

    I'd probably feel that way at $20 too, but at the $8 I paid last time I bought it, JTS Brown BIB tastes great.
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