ISO Pappy Van Winkle Bourbon

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  • Fully intended to spend my extra budget for September adopting a baby rhino tonight for World Rhino Day when I got home, but then there was an hour and 45 minute wait to pick up my new iPhone despite pre paying and making a reservation to pick it up. Instead of waiting I went in to my local liquor shop across the street from the apple store for a cheap Malbec and some Jack & Coke and stumbled across a Pappy 15 from the 2016 release. Not really interested in cash but would trade for a couple posters. If anyone is interested and has a 96 from Rome, Istanbul, Prague, Innsbruck or 97 Oakland or 98 Mansfield or 05 Easy Street then PM me.
  • Scotch people, recently tried Belvenie for the first time. Smooth! 
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  • Fully intended to spend my extra budget for September adopting a baby rhino tonight for World Rhino Day when I got home, but then there was an hour and 45 minute wait to pick up my new iPhone despite pre paying and making a reservation to pick it up. Instead of waiting I went in to my local liquor shop across the street from the apple store for a cheap Malbec and some Jack & Coke and stumbled across a Pappy 15 from the 2016 release. Not really interested in cash but would trade for a couple posters. If anyone is interested and has a 96 from Rome, Istanbul, Prague, Innsbruck or 97 Oakland or 98 Mansfield or 05 Easy Street then PM me.
    That's a nice stumble!
  • Best stumble ever!
  • And I did end up adopting a baby rhino anyway. This is Nandi who is currently at the Fundimvelo Thula Thula rhino orphanage in South Africa after her mom was poached. Hoping my small donation eventually allows her to grow up strong enough to be reintroduced in to the wild.
  • And I did end up adopting a baby rhino anyway. This is Nandi who is currently at the Fundimvelo Thula Thula rhino orphanage in South Africa after her mom was poached. Hoping my small donation eventually allows her to grow up strong enough to be reintroduced in to the wild.
    re sell that bottle and you'll have an even better donation.
  • KL119975KL119975 Charleston, WVPosts: 104
    @BRAIN0FJAY are you still petitioning for Morgantown to get a show?
    I am petioning for a show in West Virginia, however I would prefer Charleston. The Charleston Civic Center is undergoing a multi-million dollar renovation and should be quite the place once complete. Here's a link to the 25-year Old Rip. Retails for the very affordable $1800. http://www.gobourbon.com/25-year-old-van-winkle-bourbon-released-spring/
    Sound is horrible in the Charleston Civic Center, renovations are mostly of the outside. Nothing really changing in the arena. Have you had Pecan Moonshine? 

  • DavidDDavidD Posts: 1,371
    Nice score on the pappy and congrats on the baby rhino
  • DavidDDavidD Posts: 1,371
    Scotch people, recently tried Belvenie for the first time. Smooth! 
    Belvine is great. If you have a chance try the double wood and the Caribbean cast.
    Delicious!!!
  • Get_RightGet_Right Posts: 9,920
    Scotch people, recently tried Belvenie for the first time. Smooth! 
    The Belvenie Caribbean Cask  is incredible.

  • buck502000buck502000 Birthplace of GIBSON guitarPosts: 7,319
    I spoke with the shop guy last night, drawing for this year in December.
    Cork-Eddie-17 Chicago 1&2-16 Miami-16 Ft. Lauderdale-16 New York City(Colbert,Sound Check,Show)-15 Moline-14 Detroit-14 Amsterdam 1&2-14 Chicago-13 Noblesville-10 Grand Rapids-06 Grand Rapids-04 Auburn Hills-00 Auburn Hills-98 Toledo-96

    Life is hard, that's why no one survives

  • CopperTomCopperTom Posts: 1,450
    How much do these sell for on the secondary market?
  • tempo_n_groovetempo_n_groove Posts: 10,201
    CopperTom said:
    How much do these sell for on the secondary market?
    Too much, lol.

  • rgambsrgambs Posts: 9,539
    Balvenie is a little sweet for my taste, but it is damn smooth! 
    Aberlour is my favorite!
    Monkey Driven, Call this Living?
  • CopperTomCopperTom Posts: 1,450
    These are up for lottery next week in PA

    • Sazerac Rye 18 Year, 90 Proof: 39 bottles including 30 for individual consumers and 9 for licensees
    • Eagle Rare 17 Year 90 Proof: 69 bottles including 52 for individual consumers and 17 for licensees
    • George T. Stagg 129.2 Proof: 165 bottles including 124 for individual consumers and 41 for licensees
    • William L. Weller 128.2 Proof: 192 bottles including 144 for individual consumers and 48 for licensees
    • Thomas H. Handy 127.2 Proof: 407 bottles including 306 for individual consumers and 101 for licensees
    Any good?
  • cmaliszecmalisze Posts: 1,767
    These are the Buffalo Trace Antique Collection. Very good!
  • BRAIN0FJAYBRAIN0FJAY Charleston, WV Posts: 823
    CopperTom said:
    These are up for lottery next week in PA

    • Sazerac Rye 18 Year, 90 Proof: 39 bottles including 30 for individual consumers and 9 for licensees
    • Eagle Rare 17 Year 90 Proof: 69 bottles including 52 for individual consumers and 17 for licensees
    • George T. Stagg 129.2 Proof: 165 bottles including 124 for individual consumers and 41 for licensees
    • William L. Weller 128.2 Proof: 192 bottles including 144 for individual consumers and 48 for licensees
    • Thomas H. Handy 127.2 Proof: 407 bottles including 306 for individual consumers and 101 for licensees
    Any good?
    Yup.  Good juice, particularly the three bourbons.   I'm hoping to land an ER17 before all is said and done this bourbon season.  Good luck, should you enter the lotto.
    ...So much talk it makes no sense at all...
  • BRAIN0FJAYBRAIN0FJAY Charleston, WV Posts: 823
    Nice.  Real nice.  Any chance you'd part with a ORVW25 sample...trade/sell/whatever?  On a more realistic note, I will be in Lexington this weekend for the Foos.  I hope to do some shopping and find a frame for my Ames Whiskey poster...hoping to find something made out of barrel staves or similar.  Anyway, nice little setup you have there.  Cheers!
    ...So much talk it makes no sense at all...
  • DavidDDavidD Posts: 1,371
    ^^^ WOW! Nice score on that 25 yo.
     I’ll take a sample as well lol. 

  • RS151862RS151862 Pittsburgh, PAPosts: 1,776
    CopperTom said:
    These are up for lottery next week in PA

    • Sazerac Rye 18 Year, 90 Proof: 39 bottles including 30 for individual consumers and 9 for licensees
    • Eagle Rare 17 Year 90 Proof: 69 bottles including 52 for individual consumers and 17 for licensees
    • George T. Stagg 129.2 Proof: 165 bottles including 124 for individual consumers and 41 for licensees
    • William L. Weller 128.2 Proof: 192 bottles including 144 for individual consumers and 48 for licensees
    • Thomas H. Handy 127.2 Proof: 407 bottles including 306 for individual consumers and 101 for licensees
    Any good?
    Just got notified I won a bottle of the George T. Stagg!! First lottery win.
    Pittsburgh 1998 • Pittsburgh 2006 • 2012 Isle Of Wight Festival • 2012 Made In America Festival • Baltimore 2013 • Seattle 2013 •
    St. Paul 2014 • Mexico City 2015 • Philadelphia II 2016 • Ottawa 2016
  • tempo_n_groovetempo_n_groove Posts: 10,201
    RS151862 said:
    CopperTom said:
    These are up for lottery next week in PA

    • Sazerac Rye 18 Year, 90 Proof: 39 bottles including 30 for individual consumers and 9 for licensees
    • Eagle Rare 17 Year 90 Proof: 69 bottles including 52 for individual consumers and 17 for licensees
    • George T. Stagg 129.2 Proof: 165 bottles including 124 for individual consumers and 41 for licensees
    • William L. Weller 128.2 Proof: 192 bottles including 144 for individual consumers and 48 for licensees
    • Thomas H. Handy 127.2 Proof: 407 bottles including 306 for individual consumers and 101 for licensees
    Any good?
    Just got notified I won a bottle of the George T. Stagg!! First lottery win.
    Congrats!  If you won then it's not that rare so drink up!!!
  • RS151862RS151862 Pittsburgh, PAPosts: 1,776
    edited October 24
    RS151862 said:
    CopperTom said:
    These are up for lottery next week in PA

    • Sazerac Rye 18 Year, 90 Proof: 39 bottles including 30 for individual consumers and 9 for licensees
    • Eagle Rare 17 Year 90 Proof: 69 bottles including 52 for individual consumers and 17 for licensees
    • George T. Stagg 129.2 Proof: 165 bottles including 124 for individual consumers and 41 for licensees
    • William L. Weller 128.2 Proof: 192 bottles including 144 for individual consumers and 48 for licensees
    • Thomas H. Handy 127.2 Proof: 407 bottles including 306 for individual consumers and 101 for licensees
    Any good?
    Just got notified I won a bottle of the George T. Stagg!! First lottery win.
    Congrats!  If you won then it's not that rare so drink up!!!
    Me and 7 other friends have been going on a golf trip to Myrtle every year for around 15 years. 3 of us do this lottery every year, and have agreed to crack any winners in Myrtle. So I have to wait a bit to try it. 
    Post edited by RS151862 on
    Pittsburgh 1998 • Pittsburgh 2006 • 2012 Isle Of Wight Festival • 2012 Made In America Festival • Baltimore 2013 • Seattle 2013 •
    St. Paul 2014 • Mexico City 2015 • Philadelphia II 2016 • Ottawa 2016
  • tempo_n_groovetempo_n_groove Posts: 10,201
    RS151862 said:
    RS151862 said:
    CopperTom said:
    These are up for lottery next week in PA

    • Sazerac Rye 18 Year, 90 Proof: 39 bottles including 30 for individual consumers and 9 for licensees
    • Eagle Rare 17 Year 90 Proof: 69 bottles including 52 for individual consumers and 17 for licensees
    • George T. Stagg 129.2 Proof: 165 bottles including 124 for individual consumers and 41 for licensees
    • William L. Weller 128.2 Proof: 192 bottles including 144 for individual consumers and 48 for licensees
    • Thomas H. Handy 127.2 Proof: 407 bottles including 306 for individual consumers and 101 for licensees
    Any good?
    Just got notified I won a bottle of the George T. Stagg!! First lottery win.
    Congrats!  If you won then it's not that rare so drink up!!!
    Me and 7 other friends have been going on a golf trip to Myrtle every year for around 15 years. 3 of is do this lottery every year and have agreed to crack any winners in Myrtle, so I have to wait a bit to try it. 
    NICE, that's how you do it.

    I've made the decision at this point of my life where if I can buy it or purchase it for a reasonable price I'll buy it and drink it.
  • RS151862RS151862 Pittsburgh, PAPosts: 1,776
    RS151862 said:
    RS151862 said:
    CopperTom said:
    These are up for lottery next week in PA

    • Sazerac Rye 18 Year, 90 Proof: 39 bottles including 30 for individual consumers and 9 for licensees
    • Eagle Rare 17 Year 90 Proof: 69 bottles including 52 for individual consumers and 17 for licensees
    • George T. Stagg 129.2 Proof: 165 bottles including 124 for individual consumers and 41 for licensees
    • William L. Weller 128.2 Proof: 192 bottles including 144 for individual consumers and 48 for licensees
    • Thomas H. Handy 127.2 Proof: 407 bottles including 306 for individual consumers and 101 for licensees
    Any good?
    Just got notified I won a bottle of the George T. Stagg!! First lottery win.
    Congrats!  If you won then it's not that rare so drink up!!!
    Me and 7 other friends have been going on a golf trip to Myrtle every year for around 15 years. 3 of is do this lottery every year and have agreed to crack any winners in Myrtle, so I have to wait a bit to try it. 
    NICE, that's how you do it.

    I've made the decision at this point of my life where if I can buy it or purchase it for a reasonable price I'll buy it and drink it.
    Im with you, I drink it. No need to collect it or resell it. 
    Pittsburgh 1998 • Pittsburgh 2006 • 2012 Isle Of Wight Festival • 2012 Made In America Festival • Baltimore 2013 • Seattle 2013 •
    St. Paul 2014 • Mexico City 2015 • Philadelphia II 2016 • Ottawa 2016
  • tempo_n_groovetempo_n_groove Posts: 10,201
    RS151862 said:
    RS151862 said:
    RS151862 said:
    CopperTom said:
    These are up for lottery next week in PA

    • Sazerac Rye 18 Year, 90 Proof: 39 bottles including 30 for individual consumers and 9 for licensees
    • Eagle Rare 17 Year 90 Proof: 69 bottles including 52 for individual consumers and 17 for licensees
    • George T. Stagg 129.2 Proof: 165 bottles including 124 for individual consumers and 41 for licensees
    • William L. Weller 128.2 Proof: 192 bottles including 144 for individual consumers and 48 for licensees
    • Thomas H. Handy 127.2 Proof: 407 bottles including 306 for individual consumers and 101 for licensees
    Any good?
    Just got notified I won a bottle of the George T. Stagg!! First lottery win.
    Congrats!  If you won then it's not that rare so drink up!!!
    Me and 7 other friends have been going on a golf trip to Myrtle every year for around 15 years. 3 of is do this lottery every year and have agreed to crack any winners in Myrtle, so I have to wait a bit to try it. 
    NICE, that's how you do it.

    I've made the decision at this point of my life where if I can buy it or purchase it for a reasonable price I'll buy it and drink it.
    Im with you, I drink it. No need to collect it or resell it. 
    I did sell my 20yo pappy.  It was more of a trade though.  I got beer and records and he got the Pappy.  Win/win.

    Next bottle I'll be inclined to keep if I get for retail!.
  • BRAIN0FJAYBRAIN0FJAY Charleston, WV Posts: 823
    RS151862 said:
    CopperTom said:
    These are up for lottery next week in PA

    • Sazerac Rye 18 Year, 90 Proof: 39 bottles including 30 for individual consumers and 9 for licensees
    • Eagle Rare 17 Year 90 Proof: 69 bottles including 52 for individual consumers and 17 for licensees
    • George T. Stagg 129.2 Proof: 165 bottles including 124 for individual consumers and 41 for licensees
    • William L. Weller 128.2 Proof: 192 bottles including 144 for individual consumers and 48 for licensees
    • Thomas H. Handy 127.2 Proof: 407 bottles including 306 for individual consumers and 101 for licensees
    Any good?
    Just got notified I won a bottle of the George T. Stagg!! First lottery win.
    Nice!  I picked up two GTS in KY last weekend.  It is delightful.
    ...So much talk it makes no sense at all...
  • buck502000buck502000 Birthplace of GIBSON guitarPosts: 7,319
    I figured since this has kinda turned into the drinking thread here are a few local brews I am enjoying.


    Cork-Eddie-17 Chicago 1&2-16 Miami-16 Ft. Lauderdale-16 New York City(Colbert,Sound Check,Show)-15 Moline-14 Detroit-14 Amsterdam 1&2-14 Chicago-13 Noblesville-10 Grand Rapids-06 Grand Rapids-04 Auburn Hills-00 Auburn Hills-98 Toledo-96

    Life is hard, that's why no one survives

  • BRAIN0FJAYBRAIN0FJAY Charleston, WV Posts: 823
    I figured since this has kinda turned into the drinking thread here are a few local brews I am enjoying.


    Heard good things about the M-43...
    ...So much talk it makes no sense at all...
  • mwplummwplum Posts: 1,037
    Nice.  Real nice.  Any chance you'd part with a ORVW25 sample...trade/sell/whatever?  On a more realistic note, I will be in Lexington this weekend for the Foos.  I hope to do some shopping and find a frame for my Ames Whiskey poster...hoping to find something made out of barrel staves or similar.  Anyway, nice little setup you have there.  Cheers!
    Holy smokes! How did you get the ORVW25?
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