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Thread: Beverages and Blades - Traditional of Course

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    Don't drink alcohol but I do enjoy a nice Peach Tea paired with a 2015 Forum knife or a Fruit Punch paired with a Northfield 25 EO in stag.

    RANDY

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    Last edited by Vaporstang; 02-15-2016 at 12:12 AM.

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    Some great pics here I had a Dry January - stupidest thing I've done in ages! I've not really drunk much since, but I decided to treat myself to a special beer the other day, a nice complex Yorkshire 'Stingo', in my new favourite Leeds bar.



    Brass Castle's Wallop is a strong dark old ale made in a traditional Yorkshire 'Stingo' style. With the addition of dark treacle it's then aged for 6 months in whisky, bourbon & brandy barrels before being blended and bottled.

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    From an outing yesterday,
    Beckerhead #24

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    Vaporstang- who made those knives they are gorgeous!!!!!

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    Five roses


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    Trying to power through the dreary, rain-soaked afternoon with a triple shot of espresso and a sharp little friend.


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    Quote Originally Posted by zolthar View Post
    Beer and a 25. I approve of this picture



    Coffee in an old James Guy mug I inherited, with last years pioneer which I have really been enjoying recently.

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    looking for older GEC 25 barlows and jacks, especially Northfield 2012 models

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    TSAR.... Nice lil friend. May I ask his pedigree?

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    Dads knife, dads favorite

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    Quote Originally Posted by RickT57 View Post
    TSAR.... Nice lil friend. May I ask his pedigree?
    It's a relatively recent one, just a 2000s Case mini-copperhead with the typical boring clip+pen blade configuration. I love the handles on that one but admittedly I'm on the hunt for one with a Wharnie master. Sure is a handy knife, slimmer and longer than a peanut, pairs well with straight-edge blades...

    Here's another angle, next to a #75 stockman for size comparison:



    Mugging for the camera:


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    Thank you! Very svelt. Curvy and slim at the same time. I like slim. Thin is in!

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    JW Green Label after a long day.


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    Quote Originally Posted by pmew View Post
    Beer and a 25. I approve of this picture
    Paul
    Thanks!

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    Made a trip to Total Wine today and picked up a few different beers to sample!

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    The wife and I had a couple of big bull calves out at the ranch that needed to be steers. They were not gonna wait till April when we'll do our spring works and the rest of our calves. They'd of been too big by then.



    This was afterwards. Not to worry, I had a beer.



    So'd our buddy that did the cutting while we roped. Ya got to take care of the help.

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    Cracked open this 2014 Anchor after a long day at work-

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