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A sign you've gone overboard...

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Bourbon Boiler

When you see "Kentucky Bourbon BBQ Glaze" on a menu, and your first instinct is to wonder why it didn't say "Straight" or give an age statement and question it's quality. Turns out it was pretty good.

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oke&coke

Or how about wondering what label bourbon they used. What are they trying to hide here?

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squire

When you ask the barkeep how he makes a Manhattan before you sit down.

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GaryT

When you do the math and realize you have about a 6 year supply of whiskey, but are still rationalizing why you have to buy more bottles of something you already have (insert ECBP here). "But dear . . . you don't understand!"

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portwood
When you do the math and realize you have about a 6 year supply of whiskey, but are still rationalizing why you have to buy more bottles of something you already have ...

Guilty as charged.

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AaronWF

When going on a buying freeze means you stay away from the liquor store for a few days, at least.

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sutton

When $300 seems a reasonable amount to spend in a single hunt.

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Trey Manthey

When considering the storage of your whiskey collection most options don't pass muster on account of the weight limits per shelf.

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squire

When you start designing the label for the barrel you know you will eventually buy.

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oke&coke
When you start designing the label for the barrel you know you will eventually buy.

On that note how about when you consider making your own barrel of bourbon.

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Richnimrod

I really shouldn't comment on this thread, since I'm sure I have NOT YET gone 'Overboard'. :rolleyes:

I still have a couple slots empty on my shelves, and will have a few more when I drain a few low-fill bottles;..... BUT, I do foresee a day fairly soon, when the several hundred bottles I now have will no longer fit on those shelves with the several dozen more I'll probably add in the next few weex. If I decide on a room addition, then maybe, I'll be closing in on 'Overboard'.

....NAAAAAAW; everybody needs a little extra room from time to time, RIGHT? :shocked:

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TunnelTiger
When considering the storage of your whiskey collection most options don't pass muster on account of the weight limits per shelf.

until I read your post I forgot a couple months ago I got to searching the web and found a lot of sites that sell copper stills and all you need for start up. I have plenty of room in the basement but "the boss" had a real negative view on it when I subtely brought it up in conversation.

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GaryT
When considering the storage of your whiskey collection most options don't pass muster on account of the weight limits per shelf.

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Dannabis

When you occupy your "safe room" with the bunker stash.. priorities..

Any good Bourbon sauce recipes in here?

*goes off to search*

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OutlawSW

When u leave for vacation with everything packed in ur carry on but still bring an empty suitcase.....

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squire

When you no longer worry about running out of space and start planning an addition.

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B.B. Babington
When you no longer worry about running out of space and start planning an addition.
hum... now there's an idea.

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Harry in WashDC

When you sell off your power tools and give away your old fishing gear to free up shelf/basement/garage space for bottles.

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dSculptor

When you start working for whisky,rather than cash.....

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R-Savage

When you start to dedicate a room in your home as a home whiskey lounge. When you ask if a guest wants a whiskey and you break down by category, scotch, bourbon, Tennessee, American, canadian, Irish, Welsh, japanese, Indian, peated or non peated, single, blended, vatted, well... you get the idea.

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GAbiker
On 8/21/2013, 5:50:31, darylld911 said:

When you do the math and realize you have about a 6 year supply of whiskey, but are still rationalizing why you have to buy more bottles of something you already have (insert ECBP here). "But dear . . . you don't understand!"

Gary, are you really expecting us to believe you only have a 6 year supply of whiskey?  ;)   Or is that just what you're telling the better half?

 

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Darwin

When you have more than one of everything, even the ones you don't like.

 

 

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GaryT
12 hours ago, GAbiker said:

Gary, are you really expecting us to believe you only have a 6 year supply of whiskey?  ;)   Or is that just what you're telling the better half?

 

:lol:  That post was in 2013, which just shows how far I've come (or fallen?) since!  I think I've up'd my intake a bit, but right now I'd day I'm comfortably sitting on 8-9 yrs.  My better half . . . I try not to bring the topic up :)  Although whenever I come in with a bottle she asks if I recently discovered a shortage or . . . 

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Harry in WashDC
On ‎12‎/‎25‎/‎2015‎ ‎1‎:‎16‎:‎44‎, R-Savage said:

When you start to dedicate a room in your home as a home whiskey lounge. When you ask if a guest wants a whiskey and you break down by category, scotch, bourbon, Tennessee, American, canadian, Irish, Welsh, japanese, Indian, peated or non peated, single, blended, vatted, well... you get the idea.

That's weird.  I didn't see YOU at my house on Christmas Eve when I started asking what people wanted.

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bullitt

When friends and relatives stop asking you what you want for a present.

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