Plenty there to keep me happy. It looks like a nice watering hole.
It was a great place in the 1980's and 1990's, especially during the war. Business started to lag after the army and police forces were cut, gangs proliferated, and crime rose. By the time we sold the bar (after owning it for 19 years), we were still making a profit, but it was no longer worth it.
It was Barry "Ballad of the Green Berets" Sadler's watering hole.
Originally Posted by vryhpyammoadded
I’m a big fan but been too busy as of late to enjoy it much. I did try my first Speyburn recently; good stuff, nice flavor and a bite to it. It went well with a soggy, cold night in the mountains by fire in some ancient leaky abandoned cabin eating trout, rice, veggies and sourdough. I got my first hangover in years though which made for a rough time up the trail the next morning. Nothing a little dip in a cold mountin stream couldn't cure later on.
I've bought a couple bottles of Speyburn in the last year or two, and liked it.
Buenos Aires in body, the beautiful and green Sharon in my heart
Originally Posted by Archaon
TT, u can get them for much cheaper here in Sweden, i got the 1st and 2 edition and will oppen them for an HP tasting i will hold here in July along with Hjärta, Thor and 2 single casks from independent bottlers.