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Old 04-02-2013, 11:09 PM   #11
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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.
Thanks, but I don't have access to heady topper.


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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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My two cents: I have all of the anniversary beers and all the Christmas beers (except PiaPT) so I know how difficult it is to track them down. I was lucky and bought most of them through RS.

You need to be prepared to offer up a significant amount of your cellar for Partridge in a Pear Tree - even moreso if you, like me, are going for a 100% barrel-aged vertical. Good luck.

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So far I have gotten a 2 turtle doves and a cuir. The barrel aged versions would be cool, but not a priority.

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Gonna let this thread rest for a little while. Thanks for looking! If you have these beers (partridge in a pear tree, 3 french hens, 4 calling birds, papier and coton) feel free to message me. I would hope to work something out. My cellar is growing faster than my damn bank account!



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