Welcome fellow Hoosier!
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Welcome fellow Hoosier!
Welcome aboard fellow Hoosier!
Welcome Cody! Thought I replied to this thread. Great to meet you at the Heldt's a few weeks ago.
Exhibit #3897 on the fallacy of aging shortcuts. It's modern alchemy. Ignore and drink sprits actually aged in full sized wooden barrels preferably charred.
As Gonzo said, check the social thread. We Indy Metro folks get together at least twice a year, but there is also a new group gathering downtown monthly. Welcome.
Thanks guys, it is now in the bunker. Will open w a friend who is more into rum and we may return to the scene of the deal. :grin:
This question may have been asked(and maybe even by me) but I'm too lazy to go back through the thread or my old posts....anyway what is the consensus on Appleton 21? At retail ($120ish)? What about...
Welcome, and take TomH's advice. You will enjoy yourself.
You guys are hijacking the poor OP's welcome thread and frankly wasting valuable bandwidth discussing a glorified trade school. Now back on topic.....Welcome fellow HOOSIER! :grin:
Young and low proof are anathema to wheaters in my humble opinion. You need age, proof or preferably both to make the wheated bourbon really sing. I stashed a 1.5L of this at my folks after I...
Thanks for the reply. Sounds like sage advice.
Opinions on the Appleton 21 year. I've only had the 12 and like it but is the 21 worth the premium price? Subjective question I know.
Maker's Centennial? Why yes please. And on topic, I have a 46 open on the bar. Enjoyable change up pour.
Welcome Clay! You are joining the likes of Hansell and Cowdery as participating industry chroniclers. With Kulsveen, Smooth Ambler and tmckenzie among other distillery voices this site is spoiled for...
(Ahem) you mean rumored to be heading your way:cool:
Welcome James from another metro Indy guy. Great day to enjoy a pour or two while watching football/snowpocalypse.:grin:
Belated welcome from another of the SB Hoosiers. Glad you decided to become active and as TomH and others have said keep your eyes peeled on the Bourbon Social thread for get togethers.
No expert on Bernheim, but if that's what is in the V17 then bitter is the last descriptor I would use. It is sweet like candy apple or apple strudel. And if I'm not mistaken the sooty W12's have...
Heading to Jamaica in a couple of months for some r&r. Never been but guessing 1) I won't find any bourbon beyond Jim and Jack and 2) I will find rum out the wazoo. So.....assuming I am right what...
Welcome fellow Hoosier. Enjoy the info. Enjoy the good natured exchanges and soak in the combined wisdom of some serious bourbon aficionados ( not including myself in that description).
Squire has sold more VOB and OGD than all of Barton and Beam's marketing ploys combined simply by posting on these boards. MM has the ambassador program. I hope Beam and Barton recognize our own...
Not a Pot Still hater. Had it a few times in a local restaurant before dinner. Enjoyed the pour w a few rocks. It's ok but never wowed enough to buy.
Happy it's taking up their shelf space not...
Welcome, Mike! There is a lot to learn and a lot of very knowledgable posters on this board. You will find it is a very accommodating and inclusive group as well.
Welcome fellow Hoosier! Check the "Bourbon Social" thread for the Indy get together on May 11 if you are interested.