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I found this today and thought I would share and started to wonder what other spirit or other beverages might have fly fishing theme labels 

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12 minutes ago, James said:

Bourbon distilled in Washington state? Blasphemy! If it ain’t from Kentucky it’s not really bourbon.

Geez - not sure how my post ended up like a quote. Maybe I’ve had too much bourbon 🥃 already.

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I have a bottle of their Washington Wheat Whiskey. It's hard to find their Bourbon south of the Columbia.

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7 hours ago, James said:

I found this today and thought I would share

Do you want my shipping address? Thanks in advance for sharing! :)  found this on the internet and a lot of craft beers, I don't drink so can not tell if any of them  are "good". Always wondered why so many of you in the northwest where limiting out on steelhead.  steehead.jpg.09ce4210795bf8c45c12da2d8d17b280.jpg

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I bet they don't have that one in the PA State Stores.  Might have to make a trip to Delaware to see if they have at Total Wines.  I have a couple of beer bottles related to fishing.  One has a picture of a jumping trout.  I think it's called "Steelhead Ale", picked it up at Total Wines.  If I remember correctly it was a pretty decent ale.  My favorite one I do have a picture of.  Picked it up a fly fishing gathering near Lake Placid, a couple of Canadians attending had brought it.  It should resonate with anyone who fishes in the Northeast and Canada, and probably other parts of the country.

 

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Philly steelhead is pretty decent for sure it's fairly common here, that bottle looks like the same company that makes trader Joe's yearly vintage ale along with a few others they stock there Fin demond is excellent so is the TJ vintage and it's cheaper.

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Vicente

I was able to try it out last night for me it has just the right of sweetness with a taste of fruit peach and oak spice flavor and a bit of heat being higher in alcohol then most but it is a decent bourbon 

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Vicente

I like the labels and how they have them flipped for me a good Stout or brown ale works

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5 hours ago, James said:

Vicente

I like the labels and how they have them flipped for me a good Stout or brown ale works

 I like those too browns less often, i feel like it's one of the beers they often don't put much effort into. I generally prefer ipas when it's hot out.

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