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    Quote Originally Posted by flyhi2cfar View Post
    ....the cab; not the single malt scotch stuff! I like the blended Canadian whisky's..."like a box of chocolates" ol'e Forest would say.

    I'm enjoying from out in Oregon, a Hood River Distillers premium brand called PENDLETON.... that made the Salem Rally run smooth!

    And it's helping the New Year filter in nicely... I use it as a decoy to Kentucky Burbon & Caribbean rum's!

    Travel'n John
    Happy New Year from the Great Pacific Northwet!

    If'n ya like that Pendleton, you might like to try Forty Creek.

    Cheers!
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    My wife and I are sitting at home baby sitting our Grand Dog for the kids. We are having our first ever glass of Pink Champagne while waiting for the New Year.
    I hope everyone has the best year ever !




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    I was lucky enough to have a friend give me some Heady Topper from the Alchemist. Happy New Year indeed!
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    High West blended whiskey from Utah, yes Utah.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pjjj3386 View Post
    I was lucky enough to have a friend give me some Heddy Topper from the Alchemist. Happy New Year indeed!
    You hophead, you.
    Noyce!

    Some Oso Hopdinger for reward after another round of shoveling.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffd View Post
    High West blended whiskey from Utah, yes Utah.
    Yup, Utah...go figure!

    High West distillery has a fine product line...DAMHIK!
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    Quote Originally Posted by pjjj3386 View Post
    I was lucky enough to have a friend give me some Heddy Topper from the Alchemist. Happy New Year indeed!
    The Heddy Topper is sweet liquid gold. Found this Limbo IPA from Long Trail ain't bad either. DSCF3404.jpg
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    going to the grill to do a couple of filet cuts and bringing 3 fingers of Knob Creek over 4 ice cubes--- great grilling weather in S. FLA

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    Ho, a song by the fire;
    Pass the pipes, pass the bowl.
    Ho, a song by the fire
    With a skoal, with a skoal.
    Ho, a song by the fire;
    Pass the pipes with a skoal,
    For the wolf-wind is wailing at the doorways,
    And the snow drifts deep along the road,
    And the ice gnomes are marching from their Norways,
    And the great white cold walks abroad.

    But, here by the fire, we defy frost and storm;
    Ha, ha we are warm, and we have our heart's desire.
    For here, we're good fellows, and the beechwood and the bellows;
    And the cup is at the lip in the pledge of fellowship.
    Oh, here by the fire, we defy frost and storm;
    Ha, ha, we are warm, and we have our heart's desire.
    For here we're good fellows, and the beechwood and the bellows.
    And the cup is at the lip in the pledge of fellowship,
    Of fellowship

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    Pinch and lemon lime seltzer, as if you hadn't noticed. Skoal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by swessels View Post
    going to the grill to do a couple of filet cuts and bringing 3 fingers of Knob Creek over 4 ice cubes--- great grilling weather in S. FLA
    Now there's a man who knows his Bourbon, and knows how to drink it!

    Cheers!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 8ninety8 View Post
    Pinch and lemon lime seltzer, as if you hadn't noticed. Skoal.
    What's "Pinch"?? They call that the blended Scotch most of us know as "Dimple" in some parts of the world.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EMSimon View Post
    What's "Pinch"?? They call that the blended Scotch most of us know as "Dimple" in some parts of the world.
    Used to sample this back when I sampled

    PINCH.jpg

    Also made by Haig I believe

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    Blatantly copied from some Whisky site:


    The story of Pinch, the fourth largest blended Deluxe Scotch whisky in the world, is reflected in the spirit of over 350 years` of whisky distilling and blending experience. When farmer/distiller Robert Haig was summoned before the church elders in 1655 for operating his still on the Sabbath (Sunday), this marked the earliest documented reference to a distillery company still operating today.
    The art and craft of whisky distilling were passed down through generations of the Haig family dynasty, and Robert`s descendants operated distilleries in Scotland, England and Ireland. One of them, John Haig, opened a distillery in 1824 at Cameronbridge in the fertile and historical Kingdom of Fife, which lies across the Firth of Forth from Edinburgh. Around 1870, his son John was the first Haig to use the newly developed practice of blending. The deep understanding of product and their long tradition of whisky making was realized, to perfection, in the early 1890s with the creation of Pinch.

    This deluxe blend of exceptional distinction is found in the world`s most exclusive bars and elegant homes, enjoyed by those who appreciate rare quality. Pinch is the perfect international companion when friends meet in smart surroundings. In recognition of the consistent high quality of Pinch, the whisky was awarded a gold medal in 1987 in the Deluxe blended whisky category of the International Wine and Spirit competition.

    Pinch is distinguished even further by its famous triangular, dimpled bottle wrapped in wire net. (The blend is known as The Dimple in markets outside the United States.) The whisky has been bottled in this attractive container since its creation, with the hand-applied wire mesh originally designed to prevent the cork from coming out during export shipments through rough seas. The Pinch `decanter,` after the precious contents have been enjoyed, has been put to decorative use around the world. To protect its exclusive use, the Pinch bottle was the first bottle to be patented in the United States, in 1958.

    It is a fitting and unique container for a whisky that has no equals.

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    Got the shoveling done so it's beer o'clock.
    Porters featured today.


    O'so Night Train
    Oatmeal Porter that really wants to be a stout.

    And Rogue Ales Mocha Porter
    A perennial favorite.

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