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    Re: Hello from Southern Virginia!

    Welcome, Roncag. I, too, am surprised what one can find on the shelves of some of the out-of-the-way Virginia ABC stores. I can still find the EWSB's from 2002 that are Virginia ABC picks. BUT,...
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    Re: Long time scotch new to bourbon

    Dear agoldf,

    I was only half-kidding about your being where the rest of us are. Based on the things you've tried and liked, only some of which have I had (and not for lack of looking), I'd suggest...
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    Re: Long time scotch new to bourbon

    With the rest of us - enjoying this never-ending journey.

    Well, maybe that's overstating - a long journey we hope.:grin:
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    Re: Long time scotch new to bourbon

    Welcome. If you are successful with that sell, please share your technique.
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    Re: New guy from Montana

    Welcome, Jeff. We just THINK we're experts.:cool: Some of your favorites are my favorites. For a change of pace since you like wheateds, try Bernheim Wheat Whiskey. It's not a bourbon but some...
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    Sticky: Re: BOTM 8/14: Blanton's

    Bottle from the back of the shelf - been there maybe a couple to six months. Dumped 10-19-13. Barrel 182, Warehouse H, Rick 47, Bottle 32, 93 proof. Jockey stopper. Pulled the tab, took off the net...
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    Re: Hello from Charlotte NC Area

    Welcome to SB. I look forward to your comments on bourbons available in the Mid-Atlantic.
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    Re: Another Newby from Louisville

    Welcome. Glad to hear you've made the move from empty glasses to full bottles. Soon, you'll have empty bottles, too. That's a good thing IM oh so HO.
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    Re: Greetings from the Finger Lakes

    Welcome, David. I concur with AMG re: EWSB and Squire re: proof. I love the EWSB 2003 and like the 2004; and some nights regular old EWBlack (86 proof) is just fine while others I need OGD at 114...
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    Re: Hello from Charlotte!

    Welcome, fourspace. Judging from your reply to TT, you'll fit right in.
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    Re: Hello, another NJ rookie here

    FWIW, I am a rye mash bill person. BUT, I am never without at least one bottle of OWA 107 in reserve and always start looking for a replacement Bernheim when my bottle drops below 1/2.
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    Re: Hello, another NJ rookie here

    Greetings and welcome. RE: a list -- When you have the time, like at work, late at night in bed, during bad TV movies, etc., you'll enjoy reading the threads on here and playing with the "search"...
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    Re: Hello from Detroit!

    Welcome to the board. Once you're settled in (hahaha), let us know how your bourbon education is getting along. You appear to have a good start.
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    Re: Hello from OH

    Welcome, bigmzungu. Lots of good info on here, and lots of knowledgeable contributors. Hope to see your comments.

    BTW, check out some of the older posts about Basil Hayden and OGD. It'll give...
  15. Re: After drinking Makers Mark, Is it worth trying the Jim Beam white label?

    Welcome, Mr. Bourbon. PEI, huh? My wife and I have been planning to visit the Maritime Provinces for years. [Note to self: pack bourbon if we ever make the trip.] Although I'm not a regular single...
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    Sticky: Re: BOTM 5/14: Woodford Reserve

    Darn, Squire. ER 10yrSB (on the neckband) out my nose. AGAIN!
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    Re: Just in from the Commonwealth.

    Love the HMcKBIB. Don't drink it often, but I'm NEVER without a bottle in the back. Maybe two or three in there.
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    Re: Just in from the Commonwealth.

    Welcome. As a former lurker (off and on over several years), I know how tough the decision to sign up can be.:rolleyes: I notice you live in the land of plenty and envy your easy access to VOB.
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    Re: New guy from Pa

    Welcome. There are some Pa guys on here who will help you/commiserate with you since you have to cope with the Pa Control Board. Nice collection. Be sure to check out some "bargain" brands. I just...
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    Re: Hello from CA

    Welcome to the board. Expanding your knowledge here is easy - just keep reading the threads, both new and old. And, get ready to expand your experiences and your shelving. This hobby of ours seems...
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    Re: Hello from Ellicott City MD

    Welcome to SB. Ellicott City is well-positioned between WashDC and Baltimore (close to Baltimore) for reaching stores in those cities. BUT, because Maryland lets each county decide who can sell...
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    Re: Hello from Peoria, IL

    Greetings and welcome. Bourbon is a lifelong learning experience. Every day we learn a little more.
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    Re: Greetings from Columbus, OH

    [snip] . . . I'm actually heading to DC for the first time in Sept. Anywhere other than Jack Rose and Bourbon that I should make sure to check out? . . . [snip]

    Those two are fine and have many...
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    Re: Hello from Ames, IA

    Welcome. The bottom shelf is a good place to play. Some of us spent years on other shelves before finding some lovely things down there. Like you, I like (and keep) WT101 around. Old Fitz is...
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    Re: Greetings from Columbus, OH

    Welcome to our world, and a wonderful one it is. Plenty of good information on here, particularly in the "archives" and closed threads. And, 80 bottles is a nice start. :grin: I'm sure we can talk...
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