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Geo. Newbern #531765 12/20/18 02:49 PM
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Originally Posted By: Geo. Newbern
...you guys pay too much for your liquor...Geo


I agree, Geo. Theres even a guy here who buys expensive British tomater stakes. Hell, they fall out of trees for free.

jOe, hand a bum a hundred around here to buy you booze you better have your Nikes on. Some of them are surprisingly quick.

From British royalty to suck muzzle first in that...


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John Roberts #531769 12/20/18 03:22 PM
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I try to stick with beer and wine. I like liquor well enough, maybe too much. Recent bottles of some good stuff include BV Clone 4, Justin Isosceles, BV George, and a small batch of Carol's from J.Lohr. I've been keen on a $20 Costco bottle of Black Stallion cab for a daily drink.

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Red GA clay. I been getting stuck in it all my life...Geo

Geo. Newbern #531772 12/20/18 03:40 PM
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Originally Posted By: Geo. Newbern
I'm like jOe's crackhead, you guys pay too much for your liquor...Geo

"Collector Whisky"? I'd just as soon collect dried butterbeans!


George the collector whiskeys are for drinking with my friends...check the bottle levels I don't have too many.

Plus the empty bottles will bring more than your butter beans.

Lonesome this was a crack head on a mission to see his dying mother.

Plus I ain't never shot me no crack head for a 100 bucks I'd probably took a pot shot at him if he ran.

Chuck H #531777 12/20/18 05:09 PM
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Chuck, if you ever see any, try a bottle of Prisoner cabernet blend. Best I ever tasted.

https://www.theprisonerwinecompany.com

SRH

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King Brown #531782 12/20/18 05:32 PM
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Originally Posted By: King Brown
Woodford Reserve is what American friends bring to me.

Interesting how many members are drinking Irish whiskEy.

Scotch is whisky.


I always keep a bottle of Writer's Tears for when I get a hankering for Irish. The rest is Whisky. A few more than a dozen in various states of disrepair. I hate it when the good bottles get down to less than half.

However, my everyday drink for the last several years, although it's not an every day occurrence, is Tequila, neat.

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John Roberts #531795 12/20/18 10:11 PM
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+1 on The Prisoner. Widely distributed and should not have to pay more than $40. Most grocery stores give another 10% off if you buy a half case or more. I heard from a friend who is a distributor in TX that it was in tight supply this past summer but I never noticed a shortage.

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Originally Posted By: Stan
Chuck, if you ever see any, try a bottle of Prisoner cabernet blend. Best I ever tasted.

https://www.theprisonerwinecompany.com

SRH


Stan,
They look to be another great Napa vinyard. There isn't much that gets grown in Napa that isn't great. Too expensive for the real estate to grow bad stuff. Some really great stuff coming out of the Paso Robles area now too, like Justin Isosceles.

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Chuck H #531803 12/21/18 07:10 AM
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Chuck'e...Kalafornia is a modern day Sod'um and Gonorea.

Truth is I hope I live long enough to see the Pacific ocean running up the Napa valley.

Go start your own thread about wine most men don't give a crap about no dam wine....or get on the phone in your wine closets.

Eye bet you be love'n on you some Mad Dog 20 20...

Wine is foe women and wine'oz

Beer is for horses and kids

Whiskey is for men.

Psssss...(I can't wait for the wine thread.. laugh they'll be some wining going on foe sho when I slip some Wildcat Whiskey in the Holy water)

John Roberts #531811 12/21/18 09:26 AM
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Damn, I haven't logged on in a few days and when I did, I saw this topic, and for a split second I wondered what I had done to piss people off enough that they started a thread about me....

Then I read it....

John Bourbon aka Mergus


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