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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by jmgrub, Jun 6, 2013.
Yup, these guys too
and lets not forget these guys
US legal Standards of Identity for Distilled Spirits
the serious point is: spelling Scottish distilled beverages "whiskey" is always wrong.
Spelling Irish distilled beverages "whiskey" is always correct.
Spelling the American equivalent beverage "whiskey" may be wrong. Except when it's right. So... now you know.
Think about that one some more...
For the most part if the country doesn't have an "e" in the name then they make whisky.
If they have an "e" then it is a whiskey.
Clearly the Maker's Mark and Balcones people were drunk when they made those labels
Cant remember the beer but saw one the other day where part of the label said "Body: Meduim"
So am I/my camera that drunk or am I the only one to notice this?
What are we supposed to be noticing...?
I bet even with the extra "l" it's still delicious.
They misspelled salt. It says "sallt" with 2 Ls. Took me a minute and I had to enlarge the picture
Are you looking at the Coriander and Salt part? Not familiar with the Gose style?
What you talkin about willis?
I didn't notice it before, but I am thirsty for a Gose now.
Stop all this Westbrook Gose talk, I traded for a 12-pack last week and I'm making a huge effort to not drink all of them in one sitting.
Nice edit. I'm still claiming victory on this one though. Haha
I believe it's, "Whad ju talkin 'bout, Willis?"...
You just can't find good hellp nowadays.
The Victory is all yours good sir lol Good catch btw.
Where to begin...
Exactly what does it take to get a camera drunk?
Do you really think you're the only one who got drunk drinking beer?
How many beers does it take to make a beer take a selfie?
All joking aside, that is a good catch!