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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.
    Hoping you have a sense of humor too!

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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.
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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.
    Hoping you have a sense of humor too!

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    Made painkillers last night: rum, oj, pineapple juice, coconut cream, nutmeg.
    They're good but pretty sweet, so I can only have one.

    Then martinis: gordons gin, lionel dry vermouth, stirred, (2:1), olive and onion.

    I'm interested in other vermouths. Any recommendations?

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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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    MCMM 2020: Who Wants Some Cheese?

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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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    Today was recycling day. I'm gonna hafta tap the brakes.

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    I made a classic negroni last night (my first ever taste of Campari that I recall). It was probably the worst food-or-drink I'v ever had, and I will gladly eat anything and usually enjoy it. How are these so popular!?

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    I had a Negroni at Bavette’s in Chicago that shook my world. Easily in my top 3 drinks of choice. Other two being a double Old Fashioned with either Woodinville or Knob Creek Rye and any type of brass monkey with a citrus IPA


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    Quote Originally Posted by Grand Valley Zag View Post
    Made painkillers last night: rum, oj, pineapple juice, coconut cream, nutmeg.
    They're good but pretty sweet, so I can only have one.

    Then martinis: gordons gin, lionel dry vermouth, stirred, (2:1), olive and onion.

    I'm interested in other vermouths. Any recommendations?
    just noticed this. I meant Bombay. weird that my brain did that. I havent had gortdons in a minute.

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    I've been trying to support the local brewerys. Going with a Spokane brew today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kitzbuel View Post
    Kitz most beautiful bottle of fine booze I've ever seen/ I might start drinkin again.....lol.NOT

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    sidecars with courvoisier last night. very nice; similar to a classic 'rita.

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    This weekend I had the following and recommend all of these beers:

    Reuben's You Are Not Alone - hazy double IPA
    Reuben's Triple Crush - hazy triple IPA
    Fremont Head Full of Dynamite - hazy IPA
    Acorn All Together - hazy IPA
    Acorn Why Am I Sticky - IPA
    Bring back the OCC

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grand Valley Zag View Post
    I made a classic negroni last night (my first ever taste of Campari that I recall). It was probably the worst food-or-drink I'v ever had, and I will gladly eat anything and usually enjoy it. How are these so popular!?
    I first had one about two years ago and thought it was horrid. Trust me when I say it's an acquired taste but rapidly moved up the line to be one of my favorite drinks. It's just such a marked transition to something more bitter from the traditional cocktail. I also like the bouldevardier (sp?) adaptation with bourbon.

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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 willandi View Post
    This needs to be on Sesame Street.
    Then the kids can see.....


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    Quote Originally Posted by zagfan24 View Post
    I first had one about two years ago and thought it was horrid. Trust me when I say it's an acquired taste but rapidly moved up the line to be one of my favorite drinks. It's just such a marked transition to something more bitter from the traditional cocktail. I also like the bouldevardier (sp?) adaptation with bourbon.
    The bitterness definitely had something to do with it. I like black coffee, hoppy IPAs, and a dash of bitters in cocktails, but this was on another level.

    It was a little too sweet for me as well though. Maybe I'll try it again, but with less of the vermouth and way less of the Campari.

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