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Old 01-18-2013, 04:52 AM   #11
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So what are you wanting in return. The dfh 120 or something else because I did have a guy wanting to do a trade for two Pliny for my dfh 120 which is an even trade. So I'd be willing to do a two for one. I have two bottle of the 120 but am going to my beer store tomorrow to get my stone enoy by 2.15.13 ipa's tomorrow and he has four 120 left so just lemme know. Cheers!

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Old 01-18-2013, 04:54 AM   #12
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Do it. I don't think two Pliny's for a DFH 120 is a even trade because I pay close to $7 a pop, plus 30 minutes of driving each way, but go for it.

I picked up a 2.15.13 today. It's chilling right now. Odd coincidence.

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This guy said he had easy access to it and must get it at a lower cost so idk. Hope you enjoy the 2.15.13

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This guy said he had easy access to it and must get it at a lower cost so idk. Hope you enjoy the 2.15.13
Hope so too! I'm not typically into Stone brews. Yeah, they're good, but they match the price tag. The guy who sold me the 2.15.13 says his phone has been rining off the hook today with people trying to find it. I'd honestly never heard of it, and put up $8 to try it.

I expect, like most Stone brews, that it'll be worth it's price tag. However, I don't expect a mouthgasm.

Other than this Pliny, the only other California brew that I've had really strong feelings for was Old Rasputin, and that's because I had it on top at a Eureka bar just after my 21st birthday.
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I had two of the (OK three) of the Stone Enjoy By's last night and in my opinion, they are in the same class as Pliny and DFH120...easily. Absolutely friggin' delicious! I'm gonna go buy the rest of them today for the Niners game on Sunday!!

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Man I can't wait. I'm leaving in the next little bit to go pick up mine. I'm gonna drink all 6 of my 22ozers lol gonna be a gooooooood day!

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it is a 4.5 hour round trip from Marysville to Santa Rosa, and you can get Pliny by the case there from the brewery. i make the drive a few times a year from Portland, for you it should be your plans for tomorrow! take someone with you to drive home though, their sampler has between 15 and 19 beers on it usually, you won't be able to drive back home if you enjoy one.

if you are in davis it is only an hour and 20 minutes each way... even easier!

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it is a 4.5 hour round trip from Marysville to Santa Rosa, and you can get Pliny by the case there from the brewery. i make the drive a few times a year from Portland, for you it should be your plans for tomorrow! take someone with you to drive home though, their sampler has between 15 and 19 beers on it usually, you won't be able to drive back home if you enjoy one.

if you are in davis it is only an hour and 20 minutes each way... even easier!
Was in Fairfield yesterday, so I was less than an hour away. Didn't know I could pick up full cases there. -.-

Oh well. Live and learn.

Planning to do the Pliny clone once I get AG'd up.
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My store gets it on Mondays and Thursdays if they are getting it that week, if I get lucky and some comes in next week I will message you, just sent out my stock today in a trade or I would hit you up. Did a nice flight last year at a bar with elder, younger, blind pig, and 120 minute, would like to get that collection together and do one at home

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Sounds good man. Yea that would be a pretty awesome sample done together. Though the 120 is really a beast of another color

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