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  1. #141
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    Re: Balcones - the End?

    Quote Originally Posted by Josh View Post
    I'm planning to step it up this week with a 9 part series on the the impact of using two row barley vs. six row barley in American whiskey production in the 1870s.
    Just remember Josh, it's not what you say that makes the biggest impact in the debate. It's using the most words to say it that is Trump! Repeat as necessary...
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    Re: Balcones - the End?

    Yes, the Harding rule. When the question was posed whether Warren G. Harding would make a suitable presidential candidate the Chairman of the nominating committee replied, "Of course, the man's a natural. He can speak eloquently at length and say absolutely nothing".
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  3. #143
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    Re: Balcones - the End?

    Quote Originally Posted by smokinjoe View Post
    Just remember Josh, it's not what you say that makes the biggest impact in the debate. It's using the most words to say it that is Trump! Repeat as necessary...
    Quote Originally Posted by squire View Post
    Yes, the Harding rule. When the question was posed whether Warren G. Harding would make a suitable presidential candidate the Chairman of the nominating committee replied, "Of course, the man's a natural. He can speak eloquently at length and say absolutely nothing".
    Indubitably!

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  4. #144
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    Re: Balcones - the End?

    Quote Originally Posted by TomH View Post
    It's here in Indianapolis...I may be wrong, but I would be surprised if you didn't walk right past it at whisky events you have attended.
    I don't think it is Tom. I've never seen a bottle. In fact, I was working with Denis at V&T to get distribution here but it fell through because their supply just can't meet demand as of now. Of course the new distillery and expansion should help this.
    Josh

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