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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by JLeòdhas, Jan 23, 2013.

  1. JLeòdhas

    JLeòdhas Alba gu bràth!!

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    Wild Turkey and Jameson for me. I have tried others and always come back to these two. As for beer, Guinness, Yuengling and Sam Adams.
     
  2. Kilrain

    Kilrain Señor Member

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    Maker's Mark, Maker's Mark 46, Bulleit Bourbon.
     

  3. Goodrich

    Goodrich Like a Sir

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    Yuengling, Sierra Nevada - (Porter or Stout), Smithwick's
     
  4. bigchuck83

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    Jim Beam black label and Wild turkey rare breed for me until i find a better Bourbon, keep meaning to try eagle rare single barrel.
     
  5. MtBaldy

    MtBaldy Obie Wan, RIP

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    Lagavulin 16 yo single malt scotch
    Laphroaig Quarter Cask single malt scotch
    Macallan 18 yo single malt scotch
    Ron Zacapa Solera 23 yo rum
    Rhum Barbancourt Estate Reserve 15 yo old rum
    Pyrat XO Reserve 15 yo rum

    Mostly neat with a little water for the scotch. On the rocks for the rum sometimes with just a splash of Diet Coke.
     
  6. IQof1

    IQof1

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    Johnny Walker Black and Double Black with sprite or coke.
     
  7. Dubble-Tapper

    Dubble-Tapper

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    Boodles Gin and tonic
    Maker's mark and seven up
    Absolut Vodka and seven up
     
  9. GlockGammy

    GlockGammy I

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    Grabbrass

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    Knob Creek when I'm splurgin', Evan Williams when I'm not (or if there's a mixer involved).
     
  11. Gregg702

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    Grand Marnier, and if I am feeling fancy, 150 year anniversary Grand Marnier.
     
  12. lumbermill

    lumbermill

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    Just got a bottle of Bookers. One of the best Bourbons I have ever tasted. Kind of vanilla and leather. As for beer it's whatever is being given away at the brewery I work at. This month it's Winter Lager and Boston Lager.


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  13. Gregg702

    Gregg702 Gold Member

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    I assume you work for Sam Adams.
     
  14. MrGlock21

    MrGlock21

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    Lots of good stuff out there for 40 + bucks. I'm not picky.

    In the economic range nothing beats Ezra Brooks or Sobieski for my taste. I guess these two are "my" spirits on the lower shelves readily available.

    I do love Slivovitz from Croatia and Serbia. Here is an interesting link about fermentation and destillation...

    http://slivovice.org/slivovice.html
     
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  15. lumbermill

    lumbermill

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    Yes I do work for Sam Adams. Please don't hold that against me!


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  16. Gonzoso

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    I love jack daniels. I like it straight or with coke. I dig the oak flavor of it. I like trees, what can I say:)

    Other than that I dig good beer. No swill like coors or anything. I love a cold Yeungling on a hot day. Lager is my staple beer.
     
  17. klt1986

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    Wild Turkey 101 and Stolichnaya Vodka are the ones I buy the most.
     
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    stevelyn NRA Life Member

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    Moonshine...yes actual moonshine from the Appalachian regions of North Carolina. This stuff is cut for sipping. Great on the rocks or mixed with your favorite fruit juice..

    When I'm among friends kettle one, ciroc, don Julio, or makers mark. Just depending on what everyone else is drinking.

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  20. Grabbrass

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    Hey, I think that's awesome! When can we expect to see regular old cases of Boston Lager back at Sam's Club? Back in the early fall at my local Sam's the plain cases of Boston Lager (28 bottles) were replaced by cases of Octoberfest (24 bottles). Great, I thought, as I do enjoy S.A. Octoberfest. Then, in November the "Winter Classics" assortment cases showed up. Okay, I thought, but can we get some regular beer back in here too? I don't really need anything with chocolate flavor in it. So I waited. And last week, finally, the Winter Classics were replaced by ... "Spring Thaw" assortment cases. :upeyes:

    I just want beer. 28 bottles of it at a time. Yes, I can buy it elsewhere, but at a higher price. And if I gotta do that, I buy Beck's or St. Pauli.