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  1. #551
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    Quote Originally Posted by yeahman View Post
    First day of fall G&T at Gulch Distillers in Helena. Gin, house tonic, angostura bitters. Damn tasty.
    Well that looks lovely. I’ll have to give it a go.

    It’s nearly time to hang up the G&T for the season here, but man, what a summer it’s been.


    Quote Originally Posted by riser3 View Post
    Good God, is nothing sacred?!?! Labor day came and went and you're still drinking G&T?!?! Let me guess, you're wearing white too?!?!

    That looks good.
    White jeans, sundresses, warm weather and sunshine still in effect here (can’t stop, won’t stop at some arbitrary calendar date), thus, it’s still G&T season. Barely.

    I did move to Negronis for a while last weekend before doing some Oktoberfest.
    I still call it The Jake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BmillsSkier View Post
    Well that looks lovely. I’ll have to give it a go.

    It’s nearly time to hang up the G&T for the season here, but man, what a summer it’s been.




    White jeans, sundresses, warm weather and sunshine still in effect here (can’t stop, won’t stop at some arbitrary calendar date), thus, it’s still G&T season. Barely.

    I did move to Negronis for a while last weekend before doing some Oktoberfest.
    Clearly a man for all seasons. Well done sir!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BmillsSkier View Post
    Well that looks lovely. Iíll have to give it a go.

    Itís nearly time to hang up the G&T for the season here, but man, what a summer itís been.




    White jeans, sundresses, warm weather and sunshine still in effect here (canít stop, wonít stop at some arbitrary calendar date), thus, itís still G&T season. Barely.

    I did move to Negronis for a while last weekend before doing some Oktoberfest.
    Negronis always get a few weeks during shoulder seasons before making the full move to brown liquor for the winter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by garyfromterrace View Post
    Clearly a man for all seasons. Well done sir!
    I try, thanks Gary.



    Quote Originally Posted by JimmyCarter View Post
    Negronis always get a few weeks during shoulder seasons before making the full move to brown liquor for the winter.
    This is the way. Weíve had a couple fires outside so far this month, but still not brown water season just yet. G&Ts on the other hand go fantastic with the late summer burn. Negronis worked last weekend.
    I still call it The Jake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BmillsSkier View Post
    White jeans, sundresses,...
    Check out BMills decolletage!
    Is that your casual Friday outfit?

    I believe Norseman may have ushered out the G&T season here in style. You'd have to ask him.

    Now that the rains have returned after a scorchfest of a summer, I for one have turned back to the brown waters of my forebears. But I as well dabbled in a negroni as the clouds came in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buster Highmen View Post
    Check out BMills decolletage!
    Is that your casual Friday outfit?

    I believe Norseman may have ushered out the G&T season here in style. You'd have to ask him.

    Now that the rains have returned after a scorchfest of a summer, I for one have turned back to the brown waters of my forebears. But I as well dabbled in a negroni as the clouds came in.
    Hey, if you got it, flaunt it.
    I still call it The Jake.

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    Well allrighty then.

    I _was_ wondering bout the response lag. Check your router.

    Bah-b-queing now in between the freshets. But it's a wee dram tonight.
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    It went from high 80s and humid to low 70s today at the drop of a hat.

    Sunny, but suddenly, almost instinctively, I found myself reaching for the Woodford instead of the Beefeater.

    I'll monitor the situation closely to be sure.
    I still call it The Jake.

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    Raise a glass to the orbits, rotations, gravity wells and arcs of time and dumb.
    w0000t.

    (searing hot red crypto peppers courtesy of Norseman)

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    Can do. That looks lovely.
    I still call it The Jake.

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    'twas tasty.
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    Without gettin too off kilter here, what's the stock you're cookin with there?
    I still call it The Jake.

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    The marinade was the usual compl333tly random choice of bottles from the side of the cooktop.
    They're never the same.

    I know there was Marukan sweetened rice wine vinegar, garlic powder, salt, Vermont maple syrup, Trader Joe's Carolina Barbeque Sauce, some old pinot noir, pickle juice, toasted sesame oil, ground pepper, homemade raspberry jam.

    At least.

    I marinate the stuff for 4 hours or so, skewer it up, grill it, then deskewer into the pan of marinade and let that simmer on the grill for a couple of minutes. Somewhere in there I had a snort of Dalwhinnie. Then killed the remnants of a Newton chard before wading through a bit of Carneros Pinot with dinner.

    Have a few last green beans in olive oil with.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buster Highmen View Post
    The marinade was the usual compl333tly random choice of bottles from the side of the cooktop.
    They're never the same.

    I know there was Marukan sweetened rice wine vinegar, garlic powder, salt, Vermont maple syrup, Trader Joe's Carolina Barbeque Sauce, some old pinot noir, pickle juice, toasted sesame oil, ground pepper, homemade raspberry jam.

    At least.

    I marinate the stuff for 4 hours or so, skewer it up, grill it, then deskewer into the pan of marinade and let that simmer on the grill for a couple of minutes. Somewhere in there I had a snort of Dalwhinnie. Then killed the remnants of a Newton chard before wading through a bit of Carneros Pinot with dinner.

    Have a few last green beans in olive oil with.
    Gentleman and a chef.

    That's all.
    I still call it The Jake.

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    Warmed back up, looks like that was fake-fall.

    Happy Friday.

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    I still call it The Jake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BmillsSkier View Post
    Warmed back up, looks like that was fake-fall.

    Happy Friday.

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    Strong work. Even for after labor day.

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    Summers last gasp induced an abberation, a transgression, a contravention: a last Zirbenz encrusted G&T as the sun lay low in that weird angled autumn amber light.

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    #dreamshack sheathed lurking in the weeds.
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    Lovely
    I still call it The Jake.

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