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REBEL YELL

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Post Tue Nov 22, 2005 6:36 pm

Posts: 60
Location: vicksburg ms usa
:P :P BREWSKI YOU HAVE GOOD TASTE IN WHISKEY!
GOT A BUDDY OF MINE THAT COOKS HIS OWN. I BET HIS
WOULD RUN IN A FLATHEAD BUT IT WOULD EAT THE
SHELLAC OFF OF A CORK FLOAT. WAS IN NASHVILLE AND
KNOXVILLE A COUPLE MONTHS AGO. THERE'S A RESTAURANT IN
KNOXVILLE CALLED QUAKER STEAK AND LUBE THAT WAS
ONCE AN OLD SERVICE STATION. HANGING FROM THE CEILING
IS 1924 INDIAN. EVERY THURSDAY IS BIKE NIGHT AND THE
PARKING LOT IS FULL. MOSTLY EVOS, BUELL,GOLD WINGS,ETC.
HAVE A SAFE AND HAPPY THANKSGIVING EVERYONE.[/b]

Post Wed Nov 30, 2005 2:03 pm

Posts: 919
Location: RENO,NV. U.S.A.
Thanks for the responses,just went to the local liguor store,they had 5 bottles on the shelf a $9.50 a bottle. BREWSKI

Post Wed Nov 30, 2005 10:08 pm

Posts: 1538
Mineral Spirits are much cheaper !!! :lol:

Post Thu Dec 01, 2005 11:19 am

Posts: 2399
Location: atascadero cal usa
yea but they dont taste as good and i doubt you could drink the whole bottle without puking

Post Thu Dec 01, 2005 12:37 pm

Posts: 180
Location: Nashville, TN USA

Mike,
Was it worth having a second bottle?

Post Thu Dec 01, 2005 12:47 pm

Posts: 919
Location: RENO,NV. U.S.A.
Mike,I will have to check,I should of asked;but didn't,to see if they stock it on a regular basis. I will check ASAP,the next time I go into town!. REGARDS BREWSKI

Post Thu Dec 01, 2005 11:28 pm

Posts: 2399
Location: atascadero cal usa
YES VERY MUCH SO BUT I'M NOT GOING TO LET YOU GIVE IT TO ME FOR FREE LIKE DON FORCED ME TOO
DAMN IT DON I'M GONNA GET YOU BACK FOR THAT ONE WHEN YOU LEAST EXPECT IT

Post Fri Dec 02, 2005 5:30 pm

Posts: 20
Location: Canada
I don't care much for whiskey itself, but I am very partial to a whiskey based stuff called FIREBALL, anyone down that way ever try it? It's got a strong cinnamon flavour, and a friend has referred to it as "bikers breathmint"

Post Sat Dec 03, 2005 10:02 pm

Posts: 180
Location: Nashville, TN USA

Sounds alot like "Hotdamn". An ex-old lady (shovelhead rider) used to buy 100 little bottles at a time and bring it everywhere. I'll stick to flatheads and whiskey myself.

Post Tue Dec 13, 2005 1:18 pm

Posts: 2399
Location: atascadero cal usa
ok johnny
thanx for the bottle it will go to good use
my wifes not real happy with you guys sending me this stuff its so good i drink it till i almost fall down
once again thanx
now i gotta figure out how to pay you back too

Post Tue Dec 13, 2005 4:01 pm

Posts: 604
Location: Largo, Fl

Well since the stuff is readily available around here and I an a Bourbon Drinker I finally tried the stuff and I still say Ezra Brooks is both better and cheaper! If ya'll are Bourbon drinkers ya'll should really try the stuff! And the top is a cork instead of a screw-on so it's kinda nostalgic also! But REAL GOOD !!!!!!!!!

Post Tue Dec 13, 2005 8:43 pm

Posts: 180
Location: Nashville, TN USA

Hey !!!!!
That was supposed to go under the tree.
I hope it brightens up your holidays and that your wife doesn't accuse me of contributing to your delinquency.
As far as payback.......If you knew how much I've learned from you on this forum, you'd accuse me of grand theft.
Enjoy man.
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Post Tue Dec 13, 2005 10:16 pm

Posts: 2399
Location: atascadero cal usa
early times is also very good and tastes very simular i think the rebel yell is just a tad sweeter in taste

i appreciate the good words johnny that i've been able to pass on some of the stuff i beat my head against the wall on in the past
i've learned quite a bit here myself

Post Wed Dec 14, 2005 8:07 pm

Posts: 217
Location: Palo Alto, CA
I quite like the Noah's Mill and Bookers bottlings - though they're both + or - the 60% alc. mark (63 I think for the Noah's?). Someone mentioned Ezra Brooks - very nice - and how about some of the Evan Williams releases? These babies slip down so easily you can be hammered before you realise it!
Also have really enjoyed Maker's Mark Black and Gold (yum! NB different to the VIP), neither of which they seem to make anymore...

Now you've got me going...just noone mention single malts or vino of the red variety and I might be able to restrain myself! :D

One of the blessings/curses of having to entertain customers - got to sample drams of 30yo Laproaig and 37yo Bowmore the other day...mother's milk.

Post Thu Dec 15, 2005 1:26 pm

Posts: 919
Location: RENO,NV. U.S.A.
SCOOT!, you're supposed to share!. Let me know if you run out of RY. When I can't get RY,the second choice is WILD TURKEY (101) or YUKON JACK. BREWSKI

Post Sat Dec 17, 2005 9:49 pm

Posts: 2399
Location: atascadero cal usa
TRY SOME EARLY TIMES BREW ALSO MAKERS MARK IS GOOD STUFF TOO

Post Wed Dec 21, 2005 7:33 pm

Posts: 919
Location: RENO,NV. U.S.A.
I was @ the liquor store the other day,there is some shit called " OLE WEILLER";the same people that bottle RY,this shit is 107 octane;a little pricey -I think I'm going to have to try it. BREWSKI

Post Fri Dec 06, 2013 5:58 pm
don User avatar

Posts: 573
Location: Spokane WA USA
I'm still looking for Bonded Beam, But Total Wine and more Stocks 1.75 liter bottles of Rebel Yell, So i bought one.
Seems Bonded Beam is export only.
don

Post Thu Jan 02, 2014 8:31 pm

Posts: 349
Location: Champaign-Urbana, IL
Binny's sells it mail order at $12.99 a bottle ...

http://www.binnys.com/spirits/Rebel_Yel ... 96951.html

If they will ship to your state.

Mark

Post Tue Jan 07, 2014 10:20 am

Posts: 140
Location: USA
Hey Brewski , you gotta try some Apple pie Moonshine,really tasty,I like mine ice cold. Good luck on your quest. :D :D

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