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My wife asked me what I wanted for Xmas last year (I can be a pain when it comes to presents as I'm not that fussed). Anyways, I stumbled across this.

https://www.beerhawk.co.uk/perfect-draft-bundles

When I saw it, I had to have it. Cold Beer on tap. We also have a micro brewery 5 minutes walk away from house, when I get a moment pop in and try whatever barman recommends.
Pricey! Does it also keep the mini keg cold?
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Pricey! Does it also keep the mini keg cold?
Yeap. Always 3 degrees.
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Whiskey guy myself. But if tops are being popped I like Stella. I avoid Budweiser products.

Maybe we need a whiskey thread.

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My favorite bier is Licher . . . but I can't get it in the States.

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Beer is nice but, for me, Bourbon is better. Bulleit is my basic go-to, Woodford Reserve a step up and the my top choices are Bull Run, Blanton's and W.L. Weller. Not adverse to single pot Irish Whiskey either, like Green Spot (a poor man's choice to avoid the outrageous cost of Pappy's Van Winkle). Cheers!
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Beer is nice but, for me, Bourbon is better. Bulleit is my basic go-to, Woodford Reserve a step up and the my top choices are Bull Run, Blanton's and W.L. Weller. Not adverse to single pot Irish Whiskey either, like Green Spot (a poor man's choice to avoid the outrageous cost of Pappy's Van Winkle). Cheers!
For Bourbon, Woodford Reserve is very nice. So is Blanton's. I've had a few shots of Pappy's but as nice as it is I wouldn't shell out the money for a full bottle. Angel's Envy is my favorite "average price Bourbon".

My drink of choice is Single Malt Scotch. (If you ever develop a taste for Scotch than Bourbon is almost too sweet.) I keep a spread sheet to track what I've tried and so far I have had 491 different Single Malts. My total count of all whiskies is 618. (I hardly ever drink gin or vodka so I don't track them.) (Quite a few distilleries in Scotland are now making gin.)

Yes, I know that it is stupid to keep a spread sheet of whiskey/whisky that you sample but I'm retired. I don't have much else to do with my time. I ride my motorcycle, drink my Scotch and play my guitar.

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