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Old 06-16-2011, 03:42 PM   #231
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Oh, yeah. Since I'll be in Chicago, anyone want me to pick up anything that's available in Illinois? Let me know and I'll see what I can do. Limit 1 six pack or 2 bombers per person. I'm not gonna go crazy looking for stuff, but Binny's usually has a decent selection.
What stuff is available in the area? Gumball Head? Bells Stuff? How is the pricing?
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Old 06-16-2011, 03:45 PM   #232
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The consensus is overwhelming, hurry!!!


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I actually sent her an e-mail telling her the Pale would be cool about 5 minutes after posting. I had to run out to swimming lessons for the son, so I knew we wouldn't be back until after 10. They are out of Great Western 2-row, so it was a no-brainer for me. This Friday was already set in motion last week, so I didn't want to push it back.

I hope to see as many of you as possible on Friday. Let's grill and drink so decent beer. I might even be able to get us a distillery tour when we go to corsair
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Old 06-16-2011, 03:59 PM   #233
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I hope to see as many of you as possible on Friday. Let's grill and drink so decent beer. I might even be able to get us a distillery tour when we go to corsair
Sweet!! My CAP is about a week early, but it's pretty tasty with only a week of lagering and carbing. I will also bring a growler of pale ale, and maybe a growler of a Red Hook esb clone, not wild about it, but it won't kill anyone.

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Old 06-16-2011, 04:46 PM   #234
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What stuff is available in the area? Gumball Head? Bells Stuff? How is the pricing?
Actually, I don't know. I don't even know where I would go to research that.
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I will PM you a list of some Bell's stuff I would like and a couple of other items I would be interested in.

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Actually, I don't know. I don't even know where I would go to research that.
Binny's has about ANYTHING you can think of. They did not have any of the Gumballhead at the 2 locations I was at in May, it could be seasonal though. They had plenty of Alpha King and Pride and Joy... Founder's; RyePA is readily available. Two Heart and Oberon from Bells. I grabbed some Big Sky; Moose Drool while I was there. Plenty of others like Great Lakes; Edmon Fitzgerald. Yeah, you name it..

http://www.binnys.com/beer/search
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If you like porters, Edmund Fitzgerald is tough to beat.


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Anyone who wants beer, let me know by PM what kind and how much, and paypal me before noon tomorrow. I'll refund whatever I don't end up spending. Also, I'm raising the limit to 5 six packs each; use your best judgment when it comes to bombers.

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I am headed to Ny so if any1 wants anything from Ny go to this site and http://cjoa.net/Jolly%20Farmer%20Online/allbeers.htm#L

their site is not too great but gives the brands they carry. send me an email as to anything anyone might be interested in and I can check for it. I am up there till monday so the sooner the better. also you guys can send me money via paypal also and I can refund the cash back. I will get an idea on prices friday nite and post on here.

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Been a long time and my tastes have changed considerably since I've had a beer in New York state...

Can I get 2 cases of the Ithaca DIPA, and 2 of the Saranac IIPA?

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