What are you drinking right now?

Discussion in 'Social Life, Food & Drink, Travel' started by VMan, Oct 25, 2006.

  1. tropics

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    you need to focus, man. bring a hip flask on one of your runs.
     
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    Not drinking, but made some Orgeat syrup from almond milk, orange flower water, almond extract, and sugar, and also Grenadine from Pom and syrup. I'll figure out some cocktails down the road for these.

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    Allagash Tripel Reserve
     
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    pinot grigio
     
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    Lakefront Brewery ESB
     
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    William Larue Weller - great wheat bourbon, strong notes of strawberries and honey, delicious
     
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    William Larue Weller - great wheat bourbon, strong notes of strawberries and honey, delicious

    Going to have to be on the lookout for this
     
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    Going to have to be on the lookout for this

    Its one of the Buffalo Trace Antique collection. Usually the second one to sell out after Stagg. Interestingly, there are far few bottles of WLW sent to market than Stagg.
     
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    Allagash Black
    Allagash Tripel Reserve
    Allagash Black is such a solidly good beer. I have some Allagash Tripel aging right now (it's been 8 months, probably going to open it up soon) and I've never tried it. Cannot wait. I remember Allagash black having tons of nuanced fruity notes that were uncommon in a stout but HIGHLY welcomed! Just had a stone IPA in the shower, as per tradition (when I finish a set of exams, beer in the shower. It definitely falls short, but almost approaches sex in terms of blissful abandon of worries.) Now I'm cracking a Sinha (Lion) Stout, 10AM! 2 Beers! [​IMG] I really want to try Ommegang (original, I've had 3 philosophers) this week while I'm in the US.
     
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    Finland is very good for Porter....and Russia also has some stuff I liked when I was there.....


    I am drinking mostly Mackeson's for Stout - Guinness is not a great traveler.....

    Have also been drinking Dubonnet but that is only because I was given an entire - aparantly aged case.....cheers





    www.superiorplanks.com
     
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    Allagash Black is such a solidly good beer. I have some Allagash Tripel aging right now (it's been 8 months, probably going to open it up soon) and I've never tried it. Cannot wait. I remember Allagash black having tons of nuanced fruity notes that were uncommon in a stout but HIGHLY welcomed!

    The black also had some cocoa notes if I'm not mistaken, especially in the finish.
     
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    The black also had some cocoa notes if I'm not mistaken, especially in the finish.
    I didn't take detailed notes on it... Shame. Hoping to have some more this week while I'm in the US. I'm opening up a bottle of Rodenbach Grand Cru tonight. I can't wait, it's going to be amazing, 750ml's of sour goodness all to myself :>>>
     
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    Pappy Van Winkle 15 year old all by its lonesome.. Great stuff..
     
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    Yamakazi 12

    then

    Westmalle Trappist Dubbel
     

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