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Originally Posted by canvasback
Brent, going to try that marinade.

Let me know what you think. A flank steak will work too, but it's not fatty enough to be optimal.


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For a very full-flavored, yet smooth bourbon you should try Clyde Mays 6yr 110 proof. It's based om MGP's 60/36/4 mash bill.

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I don't really appreciate a Scotch that smells/tastes of a peat bog. You will argue that I cannot appreciate the 'good stuff'! I personally vote for Fireball--Proof I guess that there is no accounting for taste?


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I am in no way an expert on whiskey but to my taste Four Roses Single Barrel is mighty fine.

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1800 Anejo.
No scotch or Bourbon for me.


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One bourbon,one scotch and one beer

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I’m no connoisseur like Steve Voss is, but my everyday favorites are:
Alaskan Amber (beer)
Old Forester 100 proof
The Balvenie 12
Famous Grouse


When I’m feeling fancy:

Edradour Old Calendonia 12

Glenmorangie LaSanta

Don Julio 70

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Perhaps sacrilege to some, but I really enjoy Drambuie after a cold day of hunting. For scotch I keep it simple with Famous Grouse. A good German lager on a hot day as well.
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Torture, as l can no-longer enjoy many of my past favorites (the lingering aftereffects of Lyme's). Pure corn whisky is still an option (Baby Blue) as are other spirits (rum, tequila, vodka, etc.). Oh well...vino with a good meal, port with desert.

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Not sure why anyone would care about what I like, but here goes.

Bourbon don't like it very much

Scotch On a hunting trip I like a cheap one [maybe with a bit of smoke] like Old Smuggler. Must have with ice and water in those plastic Motel glasses

Rye In Canada, and now available here, Wiser's is great. Add Pendelton to the list, too My favorite at home.

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