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Old 01-22-2012, 06:02 PM   #29
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Do they still make Ripple, Is Kesslers close enough to count.
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My urologist told me to knock off all the wine and just have one beer a day, so I'm doing what he says.

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Old 01-23-2012, 03:13 PM   #31
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I'm with Dunner... Yuengling the oldest and biggest "US" beer maker is my favorite !!!! I do my part everyday!!!!! Peace... D
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I used to be partial to Johannesburg Riesling from Chalet Debonne' in Madison Ohio...
I go there whenever we're in the Geneva area. Between Debonne', Ferrante & Old Firehouse, I'm covered.

Although, I'm pretty lucky. Less than 10 miles from my house, a local vineyard opened up a winery. They use their own grapes (not shipped in) to make their wines. So not only do I buy USA, I buy local!

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Old 01-23-2012, 04:16 PM   #33
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To those who enjoy a glass of wine..and those who don't and are always seen with a bottle of water in their hand.

As Ben Franklin said:
In wine there is wisdom,
In beer there is freedom,
In water there is bacteria.
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And in rum there is a good time. After consuming alot DW says I get smarter!
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I can tell when you haven't been drinking. :2funny"
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Can I count micro-brew beer. Great Lakes, Blue Moon, Magic Hat...Would rather pay a little more for quality suds...
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We got a category for Cider and whiskey? Cause I'll do my part for that . Wife's the one that drinks the wine .
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DW just dumped a bottle that someone brought to the house awhile back. Some kind of red wine but tasted like stale gas. It was kind of a wine tasting thing only I did't swirl it around my cheek before I spit it out.
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I try to do my part with wine. I find it makes a good degreaser for my gray tank. Pour a couple of bottles down and let it swish around a while.

I keep the Crown Royal plant in business by giving them as much business as I can. Helping our NAFTA neighbors you know. I also try to keep our international relations with Scotland on good terms by consuming as much Drambuie as possible.

Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and California always seem to have water shortages, so I try to help them out by drinking as little water as possible.

It's a tough life trying to help others all the time, but I'm willing to sacrifice for the common good.
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Drinkin leads to spillin, spillin leads to cleanin, cleanin get's ya thirsty and well......
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I was in Kansas at a KOA went to the store saw a bottle of Merlot with a Kansas label on it when I went to pay for it, I said I'll try this Kansas wine she said the label is made in Kansas the wine comes from Santa Rosa California. just can't get away from good California wine
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I was in Kansas at a KOA went to the store saw a bottle of Merlot with a Kansas label on it when I went to pay for it, I said I'll try this Kansas wine she said the label is made in Kansas the wine comes from Santa Rosa California. just can't get away from good California wine
Sure ya can, ya come to Oregon and drink "Better Oregon Wine" .

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SIP 47- Dawn and I visit Sake One & the Montinore Winery
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