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forcabrew 09-24-2011 01:07 PM

Looking for some New Belgium Beers
Im in CT and have been looking to try some of new belgiums brews. specifically looking for some fat tire and some bottles of their clutch beer. also would try whatever you would recommend from their brewery as i have never tried any of their brews. let me know what i kind get for you over here in CT and we can barter.


Nateo 09-24-2011 06:46 PM

La Folie and Le Terroir are good. I haven't tried their Clutch. Their regular 6-pack offerings are aggressively mediocre. For Colorado beer, Avery and Great Divide are way better, IMO.

forcabrew 09-24-2011 10:25 PM

havent had anything from avery but i agree great divide make some good brew

forcabrew 09-25-2011 02:44 PM

damn you New Belgium why arent you distributing to New England? i want to sample some of your sweet nectar

forcabrew 09-26-2011 11:52 PM

i have access to pretty much anything thats distributed in CT for an exchange.

Thomas Hooker Brewery
Calvary Brewing
New England Brewing
Southern Tier
Blue Point Brewery

Thundercougarfalconbird 09-28-2011 04:57 PM

I can get 6packs of Fat Tire and Ranger if you can get a nice bottle of southern teir(pumking,Iniquity)/dogfish(hellhound, worldwide,120, life and limb) I havent had

forcabrew 09-28-2011 05:08 PM

I would deffinately be able to get those beers for you but I was hoping to also get the clutch beer as I have a friend that is a huge fan of the band and. I wanted too suprise him with a bottlle. If you can get some of the clutch and fat tire ill get you those beers your looking for.

Fyi- pumpking is by far the best pumkin brew I've ever had. Southern teir makes some very tasty and unique flavored brews and you can never go wrong with anything from there

Srceenplay 09-28-2011 05:15 PM

They have a folly 12 pack out right now with fat tire, ranger, belgo, and hoptober in it. 3 of each.
Is it a pain in the ass to ship bottle beer? Never done it before.

forcabrew 09-28-2011 06:14 PM

I don't even know how to ship beer but I figured id cross that bridge when I got to it. Ill search the forums when I get home from work I think I have seen a few threads regarding shipping beer process

android 09-29-2011 02:37 AM

it's a pain in that you have to package the hell out of it. i have, in the past, done each beer individually wrapped in a gallon ziplock, followed by tons of bubble wrap to make damn sure it won't move or crush. there is a good sticky on this site about shipping beer. just make sure you don't strike up a conversation with the person at wherever you decide to ship it, it's not legal or permitted by any of the shipping options.

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