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Old 12-10-2009, 02:47 AM   #1
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So I am thinking of buying a case of st. bernardus abt 12 because I am absolutely crazy about it and I can get a good deal on a case. I was thinking of buying a case and laying it down for a few years. I was just wondering what the general opinion is on laying down something like this. The alcohol content is 10.5 and we are talking about a Belgian Quad. I just want to have something to break out at special occasions over the next couple of years. Thanks for the advice.

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