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Bundaberg ginger brew & JW black. The ginger beer is a bit sweet, added a dash of cider vinegar (no lemons/limes), and some real ginger. Anyway, ginger beer + blended Scotch is pretty damn delicious!
Thinking about setting up a batch of it too. Have you added the toasted chips last time? Wild Turkey 101 should be fine, right?
Alright, I'll put my Crooked Staves in the fridge tomorrow.
It really depends on the type of beer. Some benefit, some don't. Especially if there's aromatics in the beer, like vanilla or cocoa, those notes can die relatively quickly, afaik. I'd suggest heading over to the beer thread. hc etc are far more knowledgeable. If you have several bottles of the same beer stashed away, it can be fun to have one every 6 months/a year or so to notice the progress. Abbey style ales and barley wine sound good for cellaring. Five years might be...
Opening a bottle of Alesmith's Wee Heavy Scotch Ale now. Cellared for another 1.5 years.
New Kate Tempest album (Let Them Eat Chaos). https://open.spotify.com/album/20IHNtzCY3uYpWolidiIDb New Yann Tiersen album (EUSA). https://open.spotify.com/album/6Bfs9fgDTAdlsEFBQWpA0p Jeanne Added - Be Sensational. https://open.spotify.com/album/2uGNdWo5NVTavku6yc7zoD
Hazan's rice & smothered cabbage soup.
Rick & Morty tribute (based on https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7vN_PEmeKb0 ): nsfw, and actually happened IRL. http://imgur.com/a/skffp
https://open.spotify.com/track/0qG1teoBvooRo7Z5Z8edCk Edit: And I've just learned from the YT comments that it's Tony Allen on the drums!
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