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    Wink COVID Beverage Thread

    Let’s do this!

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    Pizza Port Swami IPA, followed up with a small glass of Fernet


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    Henry's in the can because I have to stretch my money.
    It's not funny.

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    Tonight - blue moon

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    Hitting Tavour stash...

    French Toast Imperial Stout by Hubbard's Cave out of the Chicago metro area.

    Second of two that I had. Yes... it tastes like french toast.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LongIslandZagFan View Post
    Hitting Tavour stash...

    French Toast Imperial Stout by Hubbard's Cave out of the Chicago metro area.

    Second of two that I had. Yes... it tastes like french toast.
    With maple syrup? 'Cause I had some amazing maple syrup flavored stuff at a local watering hole last year.
    It's not funny.

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    Knob Creek Rye Whiskey...probably had too much already lol


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    I like really like the Freemont head full of dynamite series. I have the last two in the fridge waiting for a nice day off. The knob creek rye is also a great .

    I'm trying 3 new from 10barrel along with the apocalypse.

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    Cab, Merlot, Zinfandel a little Pinot alot of bourbon,Rye splash of Canadian whiskey and a cerveza or six!

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    Boozy 11% Sweet and Malty, but perhaps a bit too much alcohol? Curious as to how this would taste after aging.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Malastein View Post

    Boozy 11% Sweet and Malty, but perhaps a bit too much alcohol? Curious as to how this would taste after aging.
    I'm sure it would age well. Aging seems to round the high and low tones. What makes it fun is to try the same year of a specific beer as it ages. Some will fall off while others really improve. The higher alcohol beers seem to age better for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by White lightning View Post
    I'm sure it would age well. Aging seems to round the high and low tones. What makes it fun is to try the same year of a specific beer as it ages. Some will fall off while others really improve. The higher alcohol beers seem to age better for me.

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    cellared properly they age extremely well. If you have a spot in your house that holds steady at around 60-65F... although you could venture up to lows 70s... with little daylight. Then drop a bottle or 6 there. Mark them... they’ll likely improve steadily over the next few years. Stouts, especially imperials like this, can be cellared and will continue to evolve for upwards of 5-7 years. After about 7 they’ll slowly start to degrade.
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    Quote Originally Posted by White lightning View Post
    I like really like the Freemont head full of dynamite series. I have the last two in the fridge waiting for a nice day off. The knob creek rye is also a great .

    I'm trying 3 new from 10barrel along with the apocalypse.

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    Got that case the other day, really enjoyed the Profuse Juice.

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    Box wine and a mason jar

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    Henry Weinhardts in a can. 18 pack at Rite Aide for 10 bucks

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    Quote Originally Posted by SunDevilGolfZag View Post
    Henry Weinhardts in a can. 18 pack at Rite Aide for 10 bucks
    Yep. It's 11 here because we are closer to the brewery.
    It's not funny.

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    I'm vaping bleach. Then I grind up and snort a line of hydroxychloroquine.

    I'm gonna head that Corona Virus off at the pass. I would like to thanks the folks over at "Fox and Friends" for the heads up.
    I miss Mike Hart

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    Quote Originally Posted by MickMick View Post
    I'm vaping bleach. Then I grind up and snort a line of hydroxychloroquine.

    I'm gonna head that Corona Virus off at the pass. I would like to thanks the folks over at "Fox and Friends" for the heads up.
    It's not funny.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MickMick View Post
    I'm vaping bleach. Then I grind up and snort a line of hydroxychloroquine.

    I'm gonna head that Corona Virus off at the pass. I would like to thanks the folks over at "Fox and Friends" for the heads up.


    Then this happened.

    https://www.detroitnews.com/story/ne...ry/3025907001/

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    Quote Originally Posted by SunDevilGolfZag View Post
    Henry Weinhardts in a can. 18 pack at Rite Aide for 10 bucks
    That's a screaming deal, dude. I pay more than that for Coors' Original I think.

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    Going to the dark side today. Founders imperial stout .

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    'I found it is the small everyday deeds of ordinary folk that keep the darkness at bay… small acts of kindness and love.'
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    I took the long way to Holy Mountain today and had a beer along the way on Snoqualmie Pass.



    At Holy Mountain I picked up Infinite Visions IPA and a crowler of Sins of Memphisto IPA



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    A glass of Merlot, four nights running. For the price, H3 Merlot is not a bad buy. I have been a wine member of various boutique (and more expensive than I’d like) wineries. I love the distinctness of each, but for a high production wine, it doesn’t taste mass produced. And you’re supporting a Washington biz.

    For that matter, Indian Wells and CSM Canoe Ridge Merlots aren’t bad bets either.

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