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Old 03-24-2009, 04:35 PM   #21
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how much is the utopias?

I believe the 2007 vintage was $130 per 24 ounce bottle. I have seen them on ebay for up to 4 hundred dollars each. I'm not sure when the next factory release will be.


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Old 05-04-2012, 03:18 PM   #22
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I just saw this yesterday for the first time. Good show I thought. I really love history, which is really why I got into mead making/drinking, in the first place.

Has anyone here used that mix of herbs (yarrow, etc.) in their beer instead of hops?


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Major fakeout, Creamy. I didn't see OP's date. So I checked out history channel, and wouldn't you know there's a Modern Marvels marathon on today. Hmm, that must be it. But wait it's not there. Oh, because this is a 3 year old thread.
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Major fakeout, Creamy. I didn't see OP's date. So I checked out history channel, and wouldn't you know there's a Modern Marvels marathon on today. Hmm, that must be it. But wait it's not there. Oh, because this is a 3 year old thread.
Got me too. Doh!
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I just saw this yesterday for the first time. Good show I thought. I really love history, which is really why I got into mead making/drinking, in the first place.

Has anyone here used that mix of herbs (yarrow, etc.) in their beer instead of hops?
By the way, I'm assuming your familiar with the term gruit and are asking about a specific mixture? Otherwise search gruit lol.


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