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  1. #1
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    Rye Candy

    Bit of a pun on words, but it works.

    The recent thread about the "top five", got me thinking with the responses about not seeing them, except on this sight. Yes, they are rare, and likely most of the great old eyes are virtuAlly extinct in the wild. The chance of finding one is rare, and if found, will likely be priced accordingly.

    So, I'd figured I would post a couple up from the collection, just as stated above for eye candy, for who doesn't like to see photos of great bottles?

































    There might be a couple more if I can dig them out of the crates. Getting had to keep track of where everything is. But then you get surprised when you discover it again!

    Any body remember the Binny's Willett wheater from a couple of years back? That may have to go into rotation soon.....

    B
    "Life is life and fun is fun, but it's all so quiet when the goldfish die."

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    Re: Rye Candy

    Thanks for sharing!
    #nowIfeellikeIneedtosmokeacigaretteandtakeacoldsho wer

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    Re: Rye Candy

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    Yes, I remember it well
    "Bottom line: sometimes things work out this way in life. It doesn't matter how well you've planned; you're just f**ked, and that's that" - The Boss

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    Re: Rye Candy

    Awesome seeing that eye candy. Awe the good 'old days when there was lots of old stock around. I love me some aged rye.

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    Re: Rye Candy

    Damn nice bottles, ever going to open any of them?
    Everyday my spirit seems to find its way to the bottom of a glass...... Don

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    Re: Rye Candy

    I love it! That's one of my favorite things here is seeing the stuff in people's collections that I'm sure I'll never own/try myself. Allows me to live vicariously through others!

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    Re: Rye Candy

    Nice. Love that Rathskeller.

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    Re: Rye Candy

    Quote Originally Posted by dSculptor View Post
    Damn nice bottles, ever going to open any of them?
    My thoughts exactly!

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    Re: Rye Candy

    Damn my nice pics as well as the older posts that you can access at the bottom of the page. Time for some rye orphan barrels.

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    Re: Rye Candy

    Quote Originally Posted by dSculptor View Post
    Damn nice bottles, ever going to open any of them?
    I do.

    My biggest problem is that try and limit what I have open to keep the misses happy, I just don't have room to store the amount of open it on the bar as some.

    I never thought I'd have the problem of too many bottles.

    B
    "Life is life and fun is fun, but it's all so quiet when the goldfish die."

 

 

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