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re: Whiskey/Bourbon/Scotch appreciation thread Volume II - Dr Beardface
Got some new, interesting single malts. New to MS at least. Amrut is an Indian whiskey with these new finishes. Sullivan Cove is from Australia and consistently gets some really good reviews. [img]http://i.imgur.com/EcsobZ9h.jpg[/img]...
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re: Whiskey/Bourbon/Scotch appreciation thread Volume II - Dr Beardface
Gotta get Unc to keep you in dat loop...
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re: Whiskey/Bourbon/Scotch appreciation thread Volume II - Dr Beardface
His cuts are top notch. His sausage is great as well. Smoked a Wagyu brisket from him that was amazing :drool:...
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re: Whiskey/Bourbon/Scotch appreciation thread Volume II - Dr Beardface
[img]http://i.imgur.com/UJZyvsvh.jpg[/img] Happy New Year indeed...
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re: Whiskey/Bourbon/Scotch appreciation thread Volume II - Dr Beardface
[img]http://i.imgur.com/8cp0t87h.jpg[/img] [img]http://i.imgur.com/h8qjfNth.jpg[/img] Dat dark juice tho :drool:...
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re: Whiskey/Bourbon/Scotch appreciation thread Volume II - Dr Beardface
Completely unrelated to the raffle drama, but... PSA: Lincoln Road got two new Smooth Ambler barrels in (both 11 year). Get em before they're all gone...
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re: Whiskey/Bourbon/Scotch appreciation thread Volume II - Dr Beardface
[quote]I'm glad you have all of those bottles because I once showed your stash pic from the old thread to my wife to justify my collection. She hasnt said a word since then.[/quote] I've done the same thing with my wife by showing NOLAGT's collection :lol: Unfortunately, a lot of the local...
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re: Whiskey/Bourbon/Scotch appreciation thread Volume II - Dr Beardface
[quote]Nope. Found that place when traveling up to visit a buddy in Memphis. They had all 10 recipes. Will be stopping by there again next time I pass through. Wish I would have bought more.[/quote] Good deal. Yeah, they usually make some great picks. They've been making great picks since before ...
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re: Whiskey/Bourbon/Scotch appreciation thread Volume II - Dr Beardface
[quote]Taxing Tiger[/quote] Are you around the Jackson area? Noticed the bottle from Wine and Spirits in the Quarter....
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re: Whiskey/Bourbon/Scotch appreciation thread Volume II - Dr Beardface
Been a while fellas. Too much work and not enough play makes me a dull boy, but makes the bank account happier :lol: I know a lot of y'all have had the Lincoln Road barrel picks. If you were lucky enough to get some of his recent Russells Reserve pick, it was listed as a top ten whiskey for the w...
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re: Wagyu brisket on a Yoder pellet smoker - Dr Beardface
[quote]weskarl[/quote] What's your favorite rub for brisket. I keep trying different combinations and such to try to find the right balance. I liked this last combo, but always open for new suggestions....
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re: Wagyu brisket on a Yoder pellet smoker - Dr Beardface
Used a combination of Butcher Prime Steak rub and Dizzy Pig Spicy Cow Lick. I usually leave a bit more of a fat cap on the flat, but this one they had trimmed that part for me and got a little aggressive. Point had way better marbling but the flat had more than a prime would have. I trimmed ...
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re: Wagyu brisket on a Yoder pellet smoker - Dr Beardface
[quote]Went by there the other night when we were eating at bill's but it was closed. It looked pretty sweet inside. [/quote] Best steak around at Bills :drool:...
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re: Wagyu brisket on a Yoder pellet smoker - Dr Beardface
[quote]Which model Yoder do you have?[/quote] Yoder YS640. Love it. Very versatile and well built...
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re: Wagyu brisket on a Yoder pellet smoker - Dr Beardface
[quote]Where did you pick up the meat, beard?[/quote] The Flora Butcher. He has some great stuff there...
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re: Wagyu brisket on a Yoder pellet smoker - Dr Beardface
[quote]I love that cutting board[/quote] Thanks. It's a Proteak board. Got it on Amazon. I think I'm going to get another soon with the juice channel for the messier cuts. ...
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re: Wagyu brisket on a Yoder pellet smoker - Dr Beardface
It was about a 12 pounder. Definitely not something for everyday eating. Apparently a lot of the competition guys have started using Wagyu to increase their chances of winning. ...
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re: Wagyu brisket on a Yoder pellet smoker - Dr Beardface
Ha ha. It wasn't cheap but it wasn't crazy expensive either. It was $12 per pound...
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re: Wagyu brisket on a Yoder pellet smoker - Dr Beardface
[quote]And now I'm starving. Thanks.[/quote] :lol: Figured it was better to post around lunchtime so folks can fill their cravings and hunger :cheers:...
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Wagyu brisket on a Yoder pellet smoker - Dr Beardface
After I was able to practice with a few choice and prime briskets, I tried my hand at a Wagyu packer brisket recently on my Yoder pellet smoker. I started the temperature at about 205 and left it there for about 10 hours then brought it up to 225 for the rest of the cook. I split the flat and point ...
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