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Old 02-27-2014, 02:00 PM   #11
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It was free to you $25 covers shipping and puts money in you pocket

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Old 02-27-2014, 02:03 PM   #12
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I was just looking at something like that in northern brewers latest mag. I'd be interested if I had room yo store it lol. Too much beer stuff as it is...
Thats why Im not keeping it haha I dont need to start learning a new hobby right now.

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Shipping is $11-$15 dollars. At $40 shipped, you are still getting a good deal. I would do $25 and you pay shipping, but Im not going to be low balled
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Probably best. I have a ton of beer junk. If you do, I'd take it. Good luck with your trade man.

There'd be someone at the Laurence brewers club that would want to make cheese.

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Probably best. I have a ton of beer junk. If you do, I'd take it. Good luck with your trade man.

There'd be someone at the Laurence brewers club that would want to make cheese.
Thanks, if I do end up coming your way and still have it, I will Pm you.
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