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Old 08-12-2011, 01:16 PM   #1
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I have a lot of DFH Hellhound on my ale, squall IPA, and can get 120 (it's $30 a 4 pack) I'm looking to trade for some Russian River Pliny Elder/Younger, Blind Pig, any of their Belgians.

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Just buy a small swimming pool, throw everything in and mash it. Then open ferment in another swimming pool with all the yeast.
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Old 08-12-2011, 05:49 PM   #3
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Anyone have a surefire way of mailing brews?

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Old 08-12-2011, 05:56 PM   #5
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Yes.

Wrap them in bubble wrap, put them in a smallish box that the bottle(s) just fit in, with appropriate padding. Then put that box inside another box, with more padding. I have sent many, many bottles like that and never had one broken, despite damage to the boxes, etc.

I save and reuse those sheets of big air-filled plastic bubbles vendors like e.g. Amazon package their stuff with, as they save a LOT of weight (and shipping cost) over using something like foam peanuts, popcorn, or newspaper for packaging material.

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+1 Weirdboy. i sent 4 or 5 bottles recently to CA with paper and bubble wrap and it arrived unhurt.

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Sweet, that's what I'll do, thanks

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Don't know if it's just West Coast but Trader Joe's has a few of the RR bottles on the shelves at the moment. They don't seem to be selling all that well as it hits above the TJ customers price point. I think it was mostly Belgians, if it was Pliny I would have grabbed a few.

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Don't know if it's just West Coast but Trader Joe's has a few of the RR bottles on the shelves at the moment. They don't seem to be selling all that well as it hits above the TJ customers price point. I think it was mostly Belgians, if it was Pliny I would have grabbed a few.
Trader Joe's in Portland?
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I have a lot of DFH Hellhound on my ale, squall IPA, and can get 120 (it's $30 a 4 pack) I'm looking to trade for some Russian River Pliny Elder/Younger, Blind Pig, any of their Belgians.

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