fredo wrote:Blantons is the schit.
john38103 wrote:fredo wrote:Blantons is the schit.
Blanton's is great. Aside from the real good shit like that I usually shy away from the Bourbon and rye and head more towards the Irish whiskeys because I'm a bit of a sissy. Anyone ever try Knappogue Castle? It's a single malt Irish Whiskey. I'm a big fan. They're a smaller distillery and they vary slightly by vintage (they have a date on the bottle like wine). I get their cheaper bottle (aged 10 or 12 years) and it's worth looking for.
Codeblue wrote:Don't patronize me ya weirdo.
ceevee wrote:Just got back from San Diego, where I got to sample some fine local brews. Green Flash Imperial IPA was already one of my favorites, but on tap...damn. Other ones I'd recommend include: Alesmith X & Alesmith Wee Heavy, Lost Abbey Devotion & Lost Abbey Judgement Day, Ballast Point Sculpin IPA, and perhaps my newest favorite:
Port Brewing's Hop 15.
mistersmith wrote:Deads, you're drinking the aged Jameson? Put a few ice cubes in. Give it a few minutes...right around the time sweat shows up on the glass you should be good. The water "opens it up" and you'll get the full flavor. Don't feel like you need to stir or mix it or anything. Most super-complicated tasting note stuff is absolute horse manure, but the right amount of water in some whiskey can help.
But the real only rule of drinking whiskey/whiskey/scotch/bourbon/rye is...however the eff you like it is the proper way to drink it.
fnord wrote:If you like something, for the love of dog don't share it with EB.
itsdug wrote:Ballast Point Sculpin IPA is good stuff!
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