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Damn it! Now there's another Scotch I've got to try. :sunglasses:
Scotch & Scotch. Aberlour Speyside Single Malt & McEwan's Scotch Ale.
Great combination these two. Whiskey, notes of vanilla, licorice, spices,...
Rather disappointing turn from Stone.
Not my idea of an IPA.
Notes of vanilla, coffee, dark chocolate, plums, raisins, toffee, molasses, bourbon, oak.
Holy shee-it! Going to grab...
My Gawd! This is a damn fine beer.
Last one before I catch 40 winks then off to my brothers to fry a turkey.
One of the joys of being single. :wink:
I picked up my 2020 bottle yesterday. Will check in.
Happy Thanksgiving. Another small pour of my 2019 Utopias.
I dare say, it's improved even more since I bought it last November. May even...
Monk's Cafe Flemish Sour Ale. Wow! This is a very good sour ale.
Now this.... is beer!
One to try before you die.
I'll have to look for it. That's the beer my dad brought home when I was a kid. I'd love to relive the memories.
Decided to go for a sour this am.
Nice and tart.
I haven't had Old Milwaukee in years. Didn't even know it was still around.
Another fine beer from Founders.
This is one of the better pumpkin beers I've had.
Glenmorangie & Dry Hopped Cream Ale.
This is one fine Scotch. Notes of caramel, vanilla, oak, sherry.
Since I work the graveyard shift, I don't usually drink coffee this time of the day. But what the hell.
A bit disappointed with this one. Seems more like a light beer to me. A bit bland.
Now I've got to choke down the rest of the 12-pack.
No, no. Just smash the piggy bank. :crazy_face:
Another excellent rye whiskey. Tastes of rye, clove, orange zest, oak.
The beer on the other hand was rather disappointing. Tastes like a...