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What rye did you purchase today? Fall/Winter '13


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If you can't find a taste at LB let me know (I've got one just opened) and I can hook you up.

I appreciate it. I've got plenty open to share, too. We can make an evening of it.

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Went looking for a bottle of SA Old Scout and when I couldn't get it came home with a SA Rye. Haven't had it. Disappointed and excited at the same time.

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Costo had a full palette of Lot 40 2022 for $53 tonight. First time seeing it anywhere. Had a nice pour and enjoyed it.

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Costo had a full palette of Lot 40 2022 for $53 tonight. First time seeing it anywhere. Had a nice pour and enjoyed it.

I can only hope that it shows up here.

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I was just lamenting the disappearance of Willett Rye in my area, and not having stocked up when I had the chance. Lo and behold, saw 4 bottles of the 4yr today which came home with me. Price went up a bit to the high $30's from the mid $30's, but such is the way of the whiskey world these days. Happy to have some backup now.

Also, with seemingly less supply and higher demand, I think the days of Willett Rye sitting on the shelves for extended periods of time are mostly over.

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WT101 1L of the new release. Starting to trickle around to more stores in KY. Label is a dead ringer for the 81 and you need to look twice to see the 101 markings.

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WT101 1L of the new release. Starting to trickle around to more stores in KY. Label is a dead ringer for the 81 and you need to look twice to see the 101 markings.

Will e interested in hearing any tasting notes vs the old 101.

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CEHT rye, found it at $64.99 or about $35 cheaper than anywhere else around here so had to open the wallet.

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After a few years absence from purchasing whiskey, I was down to only 2 bottles of rye (06 and 08 THH). Decided to try some of the newer stuff, so I got..

Dickel Rye

Ritt BIB DSP 354

Lot 40 2012 Release

WFE 4 year 110 proof

Jeffersons 10 year

Should be fun!

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CEHT rye, found it at $64.99 or about $35 cheaper than anywhere else around here so had to open the wallet.

Yeah, that is a great price! I can't remember where but recently saw a CEHT SB for that price. I think the most recent price for CEHT rye that I recall is $89.99. You are right, the price has really jumped recently in the Indy area.

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Picked up a WFE rye (4 yr) a couple of days ago. Glad to have it back in the bar and look forward to visiting it again soon.

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Picked up a WFE rye (4 yr) a couple of days ago. Glad to have it back in the bar and look forward to visiting it again soon.

One of my favorite ryes. I have never had the opportunity to try VWFRR but WFE is pretty good!

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One of my favorite ryes. I have never had the opportunity to try VWFRR but WFE is pretty good!

It's good, but not as good as the VW. Sadly, I did not score on the latter this year. Glass half full though, as there is plenty of good rye out there for us to enjoy!

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A redcap OO, bottled 1998 with the 4 year age statement. Nothing too special, but definitely going to be better than the current stuff.

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