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Old 07-28-2006, 07:26 PM   #41
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maybe I should put mine in the freezer. All I've got right now is a few coldish Coronas leftover from last weekend.
You'll love it that way!
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Old 07-28-2006, 07:36 PM   #42
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Come have a drink here...maybe I can talk buckytom into coming over. I think he lives next door.
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Old 07-28-2006, 08:33 PM   #43
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Yep. Blueberry Mead. Good stuff!

(It oughtta be, with as many blueberries as I used in making it!!!)

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Old 07-29-2006, 09:53 AM   #44
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JOHN!!!!It's good to see you posting again!!!Drink of choice tonight will be determined by what's going on the grill!
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Old 07-31-2006, 12:43 AM   #45
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verablue, i will be there with bells on. gb, i'll keep a beach chair open for you.

this weekend, i was very tempted to open one of the bottles we've had in an ornate wrought iron bottle holder on a wall between the kitchen and living room. it was a choice of an '88 or a '91 ruffino riserva chianti. it's been kept at fairly cool room temps, but that's not exactly cellar. i have no idea how they have kept. i put a bottle of '98 coppolla blue label merlot next to it as a sacrificial bottle, in case i was tempted.

but i resisted, and had a few michelobs and a very potent, fruity chinese soju. amazing stuff.

cannot wait until october when a korean-american friend goes to his childhood home and brings back great sojus. last year was the chinese one, the year before were different types of korean sojus.
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Old 07-31-2006, 06:39 AM   #46
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verablue, i will be there with bells on. gb, i'll keep a beach chair open for you.

this weekend, i was very tempted to open one of the bottles we've had in an ornate wrought iron bottle holder on a wall between the kitchen and living room. it was a choice of an '88 or a '91 ruffino riserva chianti. it's been kept at fairly cool room temps, but that's not exactly cellar. i have no idea how they have kept. i put a bottle of '98 coppolla blue label merlot next to it as a sacrificial bottle, in case i was tempted.

but i resisted, and had a few michelobs and a very potent, fruity chinese soju. amazing stuff.

cannot wait until october when a korean-american friend goes to his childhood home and brings back great sojus. last year was the chinese one, the year before were different types of korean sojus.
What's a sojus??
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Old 07-31-2006, 07:11 AM   #47
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sojus is plural for soju, sort of like a korean sake.
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Old 07-31-2006, 08:22 AM   #48
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Should have stuck with mead all weekend.

Note to self, when adjusting CO2 lines to a keg, make sure one of the lines isn't resting across the tap handle in such a manner as to be able to open said handle and spill beer all over the bottom of the fridge when the line is moved...

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