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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by Alnamvet68, Sep 9, 2015.
John, you made the same choice Wednesday as I did Tuesday evening!
I don't drink very often any more. But when I do, it has to be a good beer that I enjoy. The Sam Adams always tastes good.
Agreed. I moved away from most lagers many years ago, but sometime in the past year (I think) I tried the Sam Adams Boston Lager on Vince's (@Prester John) recommendation and found it very enjoyable.
Youse guys are making me thirsty! And it's only 9:50 am.
Ahh ok that's quite a bit more expensive then for the Lagavulin.
That looks like a nice pub Barrett and just my sort of place. I've never been to Bath but it's the list so when I do I'll make for that place.
Surely you mean the very Very VERY HIGH rate of tax on alcohol...
Beer. It’s what’s for dinner.
Sometimes Jim Beam and ginger ale bring things together for a proper thoughtful moment. Ommmmm . . .
Yes indeed, the SCANDALOUSLY high rate on alcohol!!!
I've never been to Bath either, I was going to visit last year as I have a couple of friends down that way, but I didn't quite make it
Stuart my friend, you’re living large! I’m going to be in your neighborhood toward the end of February. I’m thinking about some good chili dogs and I’ll definitely have to have one of those caps!
Okay, so now it's TGIS ...
Based on previous posts on this page I feel out of place posting this, but I'll do it anyway.
While I'm primarily a beer guy, I can certainly appreciate a good bourbon. I spent a good bit of time in Jeffersonville, IN for work so spent my fair share of time on the bourbon trail.
I don't remember the last time I had beer in my house, but my cabinet is always stocked with some good bourbons. Stopped at a few places on the trail last spring. The Four Roses distillery had just released the Small Batch Select (which is only available in a handful of states now). I walked out with three bottles.
Evening, All. Cheers