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Old 2nd July 2011, 02:19 AM   #381
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Bulleit Bourbon.

I'm a sour-mash man myself (raised 45min south of Lynchburg), but I find this Bourbon extremely drinkable.
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...I think tomorrow I might buy some Stone Ruination!
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Old 2nd July 2011, 02:23 AM   #383
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Summer ales are usually too girly for me, I like the bitter IPA's, they used to be shipped on the seas to india, after all. Arrrrr... I think tomorrow I might buy some Stone Ruination!
This is a farmhouse style though, a lot of yeast flavor to enjoy, a wonderful, though low ABV, (4.6%) beer
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This is a farmhouse style though, a lot of yeast flavor to enjoy, a wonderful, though low ABV, (4.6%) beer
There's a definite time for those beers. Stone Levitation is a nice lighter beer.
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Bulleit Bourbon.

I'm a sour-mash man myself (raised 45min south of Lynchburg), but I find this Bourbon extremely drinkable.
I rarely find myself in the mood for Bourbon, but I have tried Bulleit and was quite impressed. My test for Bourbon is simple. Pour 1 shot over ice, add ~4OZ of water....the only way to enjoy good Bourbon.
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My test for Bourbon is simple. Pour 1 shot over ice, add ~4OZ of water....the only way to enjoy good Bourbon.
That's a water test, not a Bourbon test.

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From New Zealand, and pretty darn good. Im into white whine, and keep my eye open for Sauvignon Blanc's. This one is knida mild, meaning not sharp, which is find by me.
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Yes! Old Speckled Hen is excellent, one of my faves.
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