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  1. weezell

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    Ezra Brooks bourbon...

    "the weez"...
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    I'm chewing on some Knob Creek.

    Ubi Ignis Est?
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    Sweet Tea

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    I bought a Stone Brewery Variety 12 Pack............... That shit is GOOOOOOD & STROOOONG!!........

    "We are the music makers, and we are the dreamers of the dream..."
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    Modelo, smoking Baileys Front Porch

    Nowhere in the world will such a brotherly feeling of confidence be experienced as amongst those who sit together smoking their pipes
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    Jameson's. lots of it.

    Beefeater, I've been to their brewery..... it's even better than you can imagine.

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  7. pagan

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    Dos Equis smoking Frog Morton

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    Glenfiddich and a bowl of SPC plum pudding.

    And little Sir John and the nut brown bowl proved the strongest man at last
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  9. weezell

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    E&J XO Brandy...

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  10. ophiuchus

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    Iced tea tonight.

    (Tomorrow night ... I'll let you know. )

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    Well, gee, folks, I ended up not drinking anything stronger than Mt. Dew Throwback on the rocks all weekend (quelle horreur!).

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  12. pagan

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    Rolling Rock smoking Royal Yacht

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  13. weezell

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    Ezra Brooks And Sam Adams Lager..WOOOHOOOO....

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    Old Forrester.......what else?!!!!!

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    Old Forrester.......what else?!!!!!

    86 or 100?

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    Landlord.

    Education is important, but motorbikes is importanter.
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    Uncle Val's Botanical Gin........ Neat, yes, Neato............

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  18. mayfair70

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    Double shot of Everclear in dark grape juice with a splash of lemon juice on ice.

    The secret of life is honesty and fair dealing. If you can fake that, you’ve got it made. -Groucho Marx
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    Hophouse 13 lager

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    Reyka vodka on rocks with lemon.

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    Makers Mark smoking Boswell's English

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  22. ashdigger

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    Not enough

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  23. pagan

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    Rolling Rock smoking Briarworks Country Lawyer

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    Erasing the day with some Resin double IPA from Sixpoint. Wooooooooooooooo!

    ~seanMoses~
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    Narragansett Del's Shandy.

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    Reyka Vodka and ice and a lemon wedge.

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    Basil Hayden's - just an easy sipping bourbon to wash the shitty day away.

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    Bushmill Black

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    Back to my "Go to drink" Old Forrester on ice.

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    Makers Mark smoking McConnel's Mature

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    Dos Equis smoking Baker Street

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  32. moses

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    Elysian's Space Dust IPA

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  33. pagan

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    Having a few Miller's smoking Moonshine Pipes Mason Jar in a Cob

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    P&G Tips black iced tea with Frog Morton Cellar in a Jerry Perry 2002 slightly bent poker carved in Mountain Laurel, my first artisanal pipe

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    My wife made me a fresh peach smoothy with ice chips to go with go with Sutliff Lord Nelson in a Sav Oscar Lucite 315 KS prince

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    I would love to say my barely cracked open bottle of Johnny Walker Double Black, but will probably stick to Orange Bliss Tea. I don't have the tummy for drinking anymore, and at 60 my MD says my liver is cool, so I intend to keep it that way... for a while

    Be that as it may, it probably never was...
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  37. cosmicbobo

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    Weezell!! I grew up on Ezra Brooks. Didn't know they still made that. Was Medley Brothers way back when. I first met Big Ben Medley when I was knee high. Wonderful man and family!

    Been more of a Heaven Hill fan the last decade or two. Was made a KY Colonel a few years ago. Took my wife to KY on our honeymoon to the Bourbon Museum in Bardstown and endless driving by the tobacco fields. So beautiful.

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  38. bluegrasspipe

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    Drinking my American wheat all grain home brew, delicious..

    For tho' at my simile many may joke,
    Man is but a pipe—and his life but smoke.
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    Found a bottle of Lagavilin 16 stuck in the back of my cabinet with a couple of good drinks left in it. So that's what I'm having. What a nice surprise.

    Posted 2 years ago #
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    Looks like the thread is a little stale, I'll bite!

    Basil Hayden's Bourbon! I might have a little shot of Laphroaig's Scotch...we'll see.

    Posted 1 year ago #
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    @eltics Laphroaig is always a great way to cap the night.

    It's early here so I'm sipping on some gin with frozen cubes of grapefruit juice. My wife and neighbor friend squeezed a ton of them last year and froze the juice in ice cube trays. Cools off the drink without watering it down too much.

    Smoking some firestorm in an old savinelli bulldog

    Posted 1 year ago #
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    Old Forrester on the rocks.

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    Having two fingers of Rock Hill Farms Bourbon while cleaning pipes with some Tito's.

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    @azpipe.

    I'll have to give the frozen grapefruit juice and gin a try, sounds pretty good! Not sure if my wife would fresh squeeze them for me though....she doesn't like me that much! Lol

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    Tito's on the rocks.

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    Triple distilled shine straight from the jar.

    Damnation seize my soul if I give you quarters, or take any from you.
    -Edward Teach
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    Dry martini.

    Not the sweet, new grass with flowers is this harvesting of mine;
    Not the upland clover bloom...
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    I didn't get to it the other night, but I finally broke out the Laphroiag tonight. Nice way to wind down the day.

    Posted 1 year ago #
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    glass of wine

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  50. pipestud

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    Sweet tea.

    Pipestud
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    Ezra Brooks bourbon/ Pabst Blue Ribbon chaser...

    Posted 1 year ago #
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    A variety of native Lactuca with white flowers. Not for the uninitiated. Lawdy Miss Clawdy!

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    4 Roses.

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    Still 4 Roses.

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    I don't know about everyone, but I am having a second 'one-a-day'. That is Rum and Coke.

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    Embark America Heirloom cider. New York State. Fruity and acidic.

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    Jameson Caskmates. Been drinking islay whiskys lately, this is a nice change, very different without the peaty smokiness, but pairs well with dunhill 965.

    Never take counsel of your fears.
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    It's a Laphroaig night for me with some aged C&D Interlude at the moment. Probably some McClelland VA's later with more Laphroaig.

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    Smoking Samuel Gawith St. James Flake in my Northern Briars Stack Dublin, drinking a gin gimlet.

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    Michters small batch bourbon with a bowl of Back Down South.

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    Sam Adams Lager and a shot of Ezra Brooks on the side...

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    Jim Beam and lemon juice, methinks.

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    JIm Beam Black.

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    Ezra Brooks bourbon/ Pabst Blue Ribbon chaser...

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    Oronoco Rum with a twist of lime. Have a cold snap here, and needed something tropical.

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    Old Forrester rocks.

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    Saranac Pumpkin Ale. This has been my “go to” or compare all others to for years...long before the pumpkin spice craze! I look for it every year, mostly successful, sometimes not! My wife was able to find some this year at a local Kroger, super excited. Lol

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    I will drink this tonight:

    Dream

    VS
    REality

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    Reyka On ice with a lemon wedge.

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    Was able to score a bottle of George T Stagg for retail the other day. Enjoying a pour of it now, neat with a couple drops of water. Man, definitely a top 3 bourbon for me.

    Finding any of the Buffalo Trace Antique Collection around here is impossible.

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