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Discussion in 'The Connoisseur' started by kiltie, Jan 14, 2009.
Well, not last night, but the other night it was Old Forester, neat.
Back in business not too long ago, they claim to be members of the original Rieger family but word on the street is otherwise. They have a nice place but I haven't tried their whiskey.
Last night, a Bloody Mary. Tonight, Four Roses and Ginger Ale.
After todays game a few Smithwick Irish Ales followed by several pours neat of Speyburn 10 yr old Single Malt Scotch at a new Celtic pub.
Hope those wheat beer coasters didn't affect the taste...
I didn't lick 'me or anything. I'll start collecting & sending them to you.
Bruichladdich Scottish Barley - The Classic Laddie with a bowl of "cavendish in the woods".
Angry Orchards and some Drive-By Truckers while enjoying the freshly mowed lawn out back.
Last night, with progress reports completed and it being Friday sounded like a good reason for a couple of Bulleit Bourbons and ginger ales.
Clyde May's Alabama style whiskey and a few Beck's. Finishing off the rest of the Beck's this evening
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"For $43 my friend lost his life." "Another one bites the dust"...& all that! Hope for a good sale this wk, I'm behind on replenishing my home bar!
I was gonna say! Living the dream.
Would love to have a home bar like that! I have a big old bolt cabinet where the pockets come out at an upward angle. I would love to incorporate that into a home bar & most diameter bottles will fit in the pockets, but the necks stick out too far. Too easy to get hit & broken open!
A couple of Negra Modelos on tap while out with family.
I like Modelo much more than their Pilsner, Especiale.
Tomorrow night Granite City taps their PBJ Ale which is a 6% ABV Brown Ale. When I first learned of it I thought "probably not for me". But being malty brown & not hoppy, & with with chocolate & peanuts with just a hint of Rasberry jelly, aged in a Rye cast I'm curious. Probably won't go for the tapping party but I will give it a try.
Tonight it was 2-Pulls & Laphroaig Islay Single Malt Scotch.
Hi, I used to live in Wichita with two Granite City restaurants. They both closed and I do miss it. OKC has a LOT of breweries now. None are close to following the German Beer Purity Law, but one called the Battered Boar stands out. They make a 8 to 10% Pancake and Syrup Stout, which does taste like pancakes and maple syrup.
Not a Brewpub but THE place in Wichita I remember was the Steak & Ale.
Yesterday, stopped into one cool in-a-Golden-Era-space bar - The Campbell - for a cocktail with the girlfriend. The lighting made it hard to get good pics. The first two pics are ours from yesterday. The next two are from the web and the link is to the bar's website where you can read a bit about its neat history and see more pics:
⇧ That's a French 75 on the left and Sidecar on the right
Enjoyed the link reading about the restoration & viewing the Gallery. Took the liberty of lightening up your two pics.
Here's one I need to make it a point to visit more often. Only reason I don't is the distance from home, but I was in the area today & stopped only to learn that weekdays this time of yr they don't open until 5:00 PM.
Established in 1842, O'Malley & Sons.
In honor of the life it's lived, Derbys & Top Hats should be required!
Great job on the pics - they look much better, thank you.
O'Malley's & Sons looks fantastic - where is it located?