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Old 03-23-2013, 01:50 PM   #1
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Default iso: Bruery christmas, cuir and coton. ft:list

I am looking for the first 3 christmas releases. I may get 4 calling birds from another site. Also looking for cuir, and coton. And chocolate rain............ thanks
Here is my list www.cellarhq.com/cellar/javier25
Keep in mind, not everything is for trade, but with the right offer, who knows!

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Old 03-23-2013, 03:50 PM   #2
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Your gonna need moar walez bro. Better off on beeradvocate for this trade. GL.

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Thanks. I was told the same thing on ratebeer, so decided to post it here since I have done alot of trades here. I have something pending, but who knows, I may have to go there. Also, keep in mind, I am prepared to go 2 or 3 for 1, depending on what you want.

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Thank you. I may need all the luck I can get.

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I have a bruery cuir

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Thank you. Pm sent

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I know a place up north that has cuir for 30$ a bottle
gas would be extra on top of that of course =]
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I just got an email for this year's Chocolate Rain this morning. They are charging $40 per bottle for allocations. Just based on price alone it would take a pile of beer to make up the difference. I would probably trade one for a few 4-packs of Heady Topper, though.

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I know a place up north that has cuir for 30$ a bottle
gas would be extra on top of that of course =]
lemme know
Thank you, but I was able to trade for one. Would happily pay $30 for another though.
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