Does whiskey go off after its been open for a bit?


#805

Picked up a bottle of this during the week. It’s gonna be a good weekend


#806

In that case may I recommend this. £6 for 2 litres.


#807

Green spot tonight.


#808

I envy you now


#809

Hitting the spot.


#810

Are you back in polska?


#811

This is fucking gorgeous


#812

Last Saturday


#813

I’m going to the game and shouting for ye, sure ye have the poty


#814

It is with great sadness… A truly lovely drop


#815

Where did you procure that, or was it a gift?


#816

Marks and Spencer!


#817

Didn’t know they had whiskey.


#818

They have a couple of own brand bottles- Highlands and Speyside. The Speyside is excellent. Everything else is other brands. Everything from Japan to the US.
Have you tried booker’s rye?. Jim murrays whiskey of 2017


#819

At $300 a bottle? That would be a no. You can’t even find it now, it’s all been snapped up apparently. My two locals BevMo and Total Wine haven’t had it for ages.


#820

Have you ever done any old bit of (legal) distilling? I have a somewhat large batch of home made wine that is not really that palatable, was thinking of investing in a still. Small batch of course.


#821

I’ll pay 300 for the right bottle, but there’s no way I’ll drink it. Cellulose, lignum, resin etc dissolved in vodka!


#822

No, did some brewing which worked out well.
What about a turbo still?


#823

I’m new to whiskey but I was thinking about distilling, aging etc. There doesn’t seem to be much to it.


#824

I’ll do a bit of research. I think some of the local wine making shops sell boilers and condensers but I’m not that familiar with it. Sure what could go wrong? Should I tell the missus or keep it secret?