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Old 12-12-2013, 02:46 AM   #1
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So I recently had a BC Barleywine and instantly fell in love. I am searching for a few more, as I have given a few if mine to a charity raffle before tasting them. I'm kinda just wondering what it would take to get a few more.

If you have some you would like to move, let me know what you are searching for and I'll see if I can make it happen! If it helps, I am in The Chicago suburbs. Thanks!

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So I recently had a BC Barleywine and instantly fell in love. I am searching for a few more, as I have given a few if mine to a charity raffle before tasting them. I'm kinda just wondering what it would take to get a few more. If you have some you would like to move, let me know what you are searching for and I'll see if I can make it happen! If it helps, I am in The Chicago suburbs. Thanks!
Which suburb? I'm in grayslake. What do you have to trade?
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I am in Tinley Park. I have a few good bottle shops down here that carry good stuff and a growing cellar of beers. Nothing SUPER special, but stuff I think might age well. I think there is some good stuff. I'll post the link in a sec. Anything in particular you are after?

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Here is the link to my cellaring stuff. I track it in a google spreadsheet, so I hope this works!

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AsXxkunXvG3ydFF2N1A4SnNzaV83Rjc3MG1Lcm8zd lE&usp=sharing

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I can get you 16 + 32oz growler fills of BCS BW very easily.

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I can get you 16 + 32oz growler fills of BCS BW very easily.
You are my hero.
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there were 3 pins that hit the area. I scooped atleast a half gallon from each keg lol. I know of one more that will most likely get tapped next week.

Draught is SOOOO smooth. might prefer it over bottles!
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there were 3 pins that hit the area. I scooped atleast a half gallon from each keg lol. I know of one more that will most likely get tapped next week.

Draught is SOOOO smooth. might prefer it over bottles!
I had an opportunity a few months back to get a free 1/6 barrel of 2012 BCS. I turned it down for a 1/2 barrel of Matilda. I love BCS, but can't drink it all the time. For me, there's a limit to how much 15% ABV beer I can drink. Plus I have a couple cases of 2012 and 2013 BCS in my cellar waiting to age.
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I had an opportunity a few months back to get a free 1/6 barrel of 2012 BCS. I turned it down for a 1/2 barrel of Matilda. I love BCS, but can't drink it all the time. For me, there's a limit to how much 15% ABV beer I can drink.
I'd hook up my Bowie bottler and just bottle the whole thing!!!
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