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    hello from nashville

    Since this is my first post, i'll start with what I think is an easy question. I have a 2010 bottle of george t stagg, but have a chance to puchase a bottle of 2011 gts or wlw. Which should I get?

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    Re: hello from nashville

    Both but if you can only get one get the WLW as you have already got a GTS.
    Normal is an illusion. What is normal to the spider, is chaos for the fly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rutterb View Post
    Since this is my first post, i'll start with what I think is an easy question. I have a 2010 bottle of george t stagg, but have a chance to puchase a bottle of 2011 gts or wlw. Which should I get?
    Both, keep the WLW and send me the Stagg for the helpful advice.

    All kidding aside, I would also recommend the WLW as you can compare a great rye bourbon to a great wheat bourbon. When I ever find Stagg in the wild I will do a side by side.

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    Re: hello from nashville

    thanks for the input. I believe that my next purchase will be the Stagg and the WLW. I feel pretty lucky as in I'm just getting into bourbon and I've found these bottles still on the shelf.

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    Re: hello from nashville

    I live in Murfreesboro. Where did you find Stagg around Nashville?

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    Re: hello from nashville

    Rutterb, if you wish to share that info with KYPayne, I strongly suggest you do it via PM, if you hope to continue to find items like Stagg on the shelf. The lurkers won't let it last long. And, I saw elsewhere that one of them is back.
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    Re: hello from nashville

    Yeah, can't disclose the location. Hope to score a bottle this fall for a Christmas gift for the owner of the deer lease where I hunt. I can say that the Vintage 17 I'm on right now is pretty darn good. Have not seen a lot of them around town, but did pick one up for $65 a couple weeks ago and have been very happy with it.

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    Re: hello from nashville

    Quote Originally Posted by smokinjoe View Post
    Rutterb, if you wish to share that info with KYPayne, I strongly suggest you do it via PM, if you hope to continue to find items like Stagg on the shelf. The lurkers won't let it last long. And, I saw elsewhere that one of them is back.

    Sound advice to all nebies and some not too newbies.
    Normal is an illusion. What is normal to the spider, is chaos for the fly.

 

 

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