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Old 05-30-2012, 05:10 PM   #1001
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GRAIN SHIPMENT ARRIVED!


Just so you know, it looks like we just received grain, so plan on Saturday pick up for sure.

I still need to hear from a couple of you about your refunds/etc. Please get back to me asap

There will be an email update if we run into any snags with order fulfillment.

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Old 05-30-2012, 05:24 PM   #1002
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Pliny is good but a bit over rated IMO. Every couple months a friend who lives out that way sends me beer mail. Next time I will have him send me a couple extra Pliny for you to try cidah. I do love Russian rivers funky and sour beers though.
I would REALLY like to try the russian rivers and Pliny. Have heard a lot about russian river sours etc. as well. If feasible I would love the opportunity. PM me and I can toss you some cash etc. as needed. If it is a PITA I will take an extra anything or two

I wanted to try the RR brews prior to doing my belgian specialty ale with the brett. But could not find any.
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Old 05-30-2012, 06:26 PM   #1003
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Cidah, I will talk to him about sending a second package. When you get some free time check out the Russian river website and let me know what your interested in. What I normally do is send him a package of east coast beers. We could probably work it out so he could just send the package to you. You could just send him some beers that he can't get.

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In the last package he sent me a couple green flash pallet wreckers. It's absolutely amazing! If you can get your hands on it you should def try it! I personally liked it more than Pliny.

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Cidah, I will talk to him about sending a second package. When you get some free time check out the Russian river website and let me know what your interested in. What I normally do is send him a package of east coast beers. We could probably work it out so he could just send the package to you. You could just send him some beers that he can't get.
Sounds good. Probably will look into it after the buy wraps up

If he has a wish list of brews from here please let me know. I know it will be really easy to fill up a box, about how many brews do you typically ship?

I will be sure to add the green flash pallet wreckers to my request list!
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I do about a dozen depending on bottle size. I've got a few bottles of Ithaca lebleu for him this time so probably less.

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I do about a dozen depending on bottle size. I've got a few bottles of Ithaca lebleu for him this time so probably less.
very cool. Will look forward to setting that up - thanks!

Ithaca lebleu looks like something I would love to try and my wife... would kill for
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The lebleu is fantastic! I got 2 cases when it was released this year. I traded away a bunch of it and have about 6 bottles left. If I decide to trade anymore your first in line. The problem being that they aren't brewing it again..... And my fiancé loves it!

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The lebleu is fantastic! I got 2 cases when it was released this year. I traded away a bunch of it and have about 6 bottles left. If I decide to trade anymore your first in line. The problem being that they aren't brewing it again..... And my fiancé loves it!
Drat!! It is probably not a very cost effective brew for them

Definitely keep me in mind if you do trade anymore. I see a long line of sours in my future. My wife likes the fruity tastes from belgians and sours but not from from apples beers or things like that. Just classic, beers that are super long to condition and finicky haha.
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Exactly how mine is..... The only beer she will drink at all Is sours. Have you and her tried rodenbach grand cru? My swmbo loves it.

Speaking of sours does anyone have a tried and true Flanders or Berliner weisse recipe?

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