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  1. #1
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    It was an S-W kind of Monday...

    Spend about 3 hours hunting on Monday... Wow.

    2 750ml WSR from '88, one even has the box.
    4 375ml WSR from '88
    16 200ml WSR from '88
    Rebel Yell 750ml and 375ml from the early-mid 80s. The label says "Especially for the Deep South". 90 proof
    ER101 New Orleans 1.75L
    WT 86.6 proof from '86.
    Ezra Brooks Rare Old 7 year from '84 90 proof
    Dickel BHC bottling
    Yellowstone from '90, 86 proof, just to try.

    And let me tell you.. they were CHEAP!
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    Re: It was an S-W kind of Monday...

    Quote Originally Posted by sgtgto View Post
    Spend about 3 hours hunting on Monday.
    I've said it before and I'll say it again, it sure beats watching TV!
    ovh

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    Re: It was an S-W kind of Monday...

    If there weren't so many alcoholics in my buying area, there might be stuff like that left on shelves here as well. I used to work for the bar Seacrets in Ocean City, MD (please nobody tell me you love that place, it's such a touron trap, thank god I don't work there anymore).

    One fourth of July they had over $1,000,000 in liquor sales alone.

    The Reason:

    I've got a feeling they don't charge $12 for a shot of rail bourbon and a glass of water in Jamaica.

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    Re: It was an S-W kind of Monday...

    Quote Originally Posted by sgtgto View Post
    Spend about 3 hours hunting on Monday... Wow.

    2 750ml WSR from '88, one even has the box.
    4 375ml WSR from '88
    16 200ml WSR from '88
    Rebel Yell 750ml and 375ml from the early-mid 80s. The label says "Especially for the Deep South". 90 proof
    ER101 New Orleans 1.75L
    WT 86.6 proof from '86.
    Ezra Brooks Rare Old 7 year from '84 90 proof
    Dickel BHC bottling
    Yellowstone from '90, 86 proof, just to try.

    And let me tell you.. they were CHEAP!
    Nice haul. I'm especially digging your ER101 and your WT.
    "I distrust a man who says 'when.' He's got to be careful not to drink too much, because he's not to be trusted when he does." Sydney Greenstreet

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    Re: It was an S-W kind of Monday...

    Nice work Jake...which one is my birthday gift?
    You can find me in chat most nights on days ending with the letter y!

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    Re: It was an S-W kind of Monday...

    Ahh old WSR & ER101.

    Good job. That RY is SW?
    ~Robert BTOTY #2 2009

    GBS Member - 2011 Indoctrination

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    Re: It was an S-W kind of Monday...

    Quote Originally Posted by sgtgto View Post
    Spend about 3 hours hunting on Monday... Wow.

    2 750ml WSR from '88, one even has the box.
    4 375ml WSR from '88
    16 200ml WSR from '88
    Rebel Yell 750ml and 375ml from the early-mid 80s. The label says "Especially for the Deep South". 90 proof
    ER101 New Orleans 1.75L
    WT 86.6 proof from '86.
    Ezra Brooks Rare Old 7 year from '84 90 proof
    Dickel BHC bottling
    Yellowstone from '90, 86 proof, just to try.

    And let me tell you.. they were CHEAP!
    Looks like you are from Seattle - You found this in WA state????

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    Re: It was an S-W kind of Monday...

    Quote Originally Posted by wadewood View Post
    Looks like you are from Seattle - You found this in WA state????
    I was going to ask the very same question. I can't believe Seattle has those dusties sitting on the shelves.
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    Re: It was an S-W kind of Monday...

    Quote Originally Posted by ggilbertva View Post
    I was going to ask the very same question. I can't believe Seattle has those dusties sitting on the shelves.
    Trust me - If it does, they appeared out of the state liquor warehouses in the past 2 years since I moved away.

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    Re: It was an S-W kind of Monday...

    He was in the deep south...
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