What are you drinking right now?

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

  1. J. Gatsby

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    Schlafly APA. Went on a brewery tour and had a bunch of Schlafly, a local St. Louis brewery. Solid afternoon
     


  2. james_timothy

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    Last Friday night: a (two, actually) Jones' Grimace. Rye, pedro ximenez sherry, lemon, ginger. And a sprig of thyme. Something like a rye, non-tomato bloody mary. Very, very, good.
     


  3. Huntsman

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    Zacapa.
     


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    Hudson Manhattan Rye
     


  5. oDD_LotS

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    Not feeling 100%, so I mixed up a heavy pour of Blanton's Single Barrel with a splash of orange juice and a scoop of Influenza Sorbet (orange, honey, bourbon, and cayenne) from Jeni's in Columbus.

    A little strange, but it's really good and it's kicking this cold's ass.
     


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    Last night: 3 Piny the Youngers, followed by 2 Black Maple Hill 16yo and 1 Scrimshaw Pilsner.
     


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  8. oDD_LotS

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    My wife and I both had looong days today, so no big dinner out (covered that Saturday), but I surprised her after work with a spread of vegetables, fruit, hummus, and a spinach dip she likes. Decided to pair it up with a bottle of Turnbull Viognier 2005. Hadn't remembered much about why I bought the wine, but I'm very glad I did. This is probably one of my favorites of the whites I've had in the past year. One of the few wines we've had lately that my wife and I both really liked.
     


  9. denning

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    2007 Eagle Rare 17
     


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    2007 Eagle Rare 17

    Good call. 07> 08, 09, 10
     


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    Just had my first Orval Trappist Ale. Good looking, nice carbonation, bit of a fruity smell, nice balanced taste, dry finish. Great brew[​IMG]
     


  12. impolyt_one

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    Drank a Lanson gold label last night.
     


  13. Szeph el raton

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    Sparkling wine and cough syrup. Awesome combination, after the second aperitif today I should be done.
     


  14. denning

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    Good call. 07> 08, 09, 10

    I have a 2010 Eagle Rare 17 as well. Is it worth cracking open prior to finishing the first bottle to compare them?
     


  15. james_timothy

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    Last night: Kermit Lynch's Cote du Rhone 2007. About as low key good wine as possible.
     


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