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    Rye Roundtable

    I believe this discussion was posted earlier but the link is since dead and with so many newcomers to the board I thought there might be some renewed interest:

    http://74.125.95.132/search?q=cache:...&ct=clnk&gl=us
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    Re: Rye Roundtable

    That was a very educational read. Thanks for posting it.

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    Re: Rye Roundtable

    What a fantastic read, very enjoyable. Thanks so much for posting that, it made my night!

    Cheers!

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    Re: Rye Roundtable

    A very engaging read, looks like we might see more 6-7yo Ryes on the market in the next few years? This round table is probably where Beam got some extra inspiration for their RI(1)...

    It is no secret that I love that elixir of the gods, bourbon.

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    Re: Rye Roundtable

    fantastic read, thanks for sharing the link.
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    Re: Rye Roundtable

    great read, thanks for sharing.

    After reading this I went out to pick up a bottle of Michter's 3 year old Rye. ($26)

    adding to my Rye Collection

    WT 101
    Saz jr
    Saz 18
    Handy x3
    Rittenhouse BIB x2

    if only I could get my hands on Van Winkle's 13 yr old Rye... oh and Old Potrero.
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    Re: Rye Roundtable

    Old Potrero can be found up in Mass (a little spendy, but...) Which expressions are you looking for?
    Kevin

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    Re: Rye Roundtable

    That was a great read, thanks for posting that article.

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    Re: Rye Roundtable

    Quote Originally Posted by StraightBoston View Post
    Old Potrero can be found up in Mass (a little spendy, but...) Which expressions are you looking for?
    The Straight Rye Whiskey one. Where about in Mass? I used to go to West Springfield Mass (table and vine) for beer runs.
    -Kevin

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    Bourbon always did make me feel like a Giant.

 

 

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