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    Bourbonian of the Year 2006
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    Hey Jeff, NIce Brews

    Hey Jeff,
    Just wanted to say thanks for a wonderful afternoon snack on Saturday. We shared a couple of bottles of Jeff's IPA, briskly hopped with Centennial hops, I believe, and perfect for a warm day. The Stout was good too. A little atypical for the style, but went well with cheese, crackers, olives and fresh tomatoes. SWEET!!!!

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    Mr. Anal Retentive Bourbon Drinker
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    Re: Hey Jeff, NIce Brews

    I will 2nd that on the IPA, very tasty!

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    Re: Hey Jeff, NIce Brews

    It was the stout that I enjoyed, and very much. Well done.

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    Re: Hey Jeff, NIce Brews

    I may be the only middle-aged non-beer-drinker extant, but nonetheless enjoyed my taste of your IPA, too. Whether you wish to consider that a ringing, or (hand-)wringing, endorsement is up to you.

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    Re: Hey Jeff, NIce Brews

    IPA was excellent, Jeff. Thanks for sharing.

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    Re: Hey Jeff, NIce Brews

    Thanks Ed and everyone, I appreciate the kind words

    Homebrewing is a relatively new hobbie for me, but I am enjoying it immensly. Unexpectedly, I have learned a lot about the bourbon making process from it, especially in the all-grain brewing. I wish I had brought more, as it went early in the evening. I was hoping to try some of Bob's homebrew, was it there?

    I have found that the key to people enjoying my homebrew is waiting until they've had few rounds before bringing them out

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    Re: Hey Jeff, NIce Brews

    Jeff,

    I had planned to bring some of my homebrews, but on travelling day, I forgot to pack them! Maybe next time.

    Bob

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    Re: Hey Jeff, NIce Brews

    To All,
    I think we should hold a Pub Crawl/Homebrew event at the Sampler in the spring.
    We'd have to a get a van/driver.
    Bluegrass Brewing Company, Rich-O's Public House, Kentucky Ale......

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    Re: Hey Jeff, NIce Brews

    Ed,

    Sounds good. Did you read my reply regarding the Bourbon Barrel brew?

    Bob

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    Re: Hey Jeff, NIce Brews

    Bob,
    Yes, I read the review and shared some of the info with Matt, from Kenucky Ale, last night at Pazzo's. It was Oktoberfest and the Spaten was flowing. Ed, The Patty, Jeff, Leslie and some other beer folk were there.
    Matt says there may be some new products coming. They've expanded into a new market, South Dakota. (?????)
    Looking forward to what Chris Byrd might come up with. They didn't have the Bourbon Barrel on tap last night but did have Trois Pistoles. Nice!!
    Purchased a newly patented device, the Sudscreen, a drink coozy for pints. Its made of neoprene with a velcro closure. Keeps those pints cool (or warm) in the pub.
    Ed

 

 

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