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Old 05-10-2009, 11:52 PM   #11
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Well, I went to York and everyone wussed out (even my friend Dan)...

That's OK I spent my time at Cobblestones trying to finish up their Yuengling Porter...


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Old 05-11-2009, 01:15 AM   #12
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Went there and loved the festival. I entered a sour cherry stout into the comp and I guess it didn't make the cut. I will be making the same again when our cherry trees are producing late jun into July. Had a blast!


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Well, I went to York and everyone wussed out (even my friend Dan)...

That's OK I spent my time at Cobblestones trying to finish up their Yuengling Porter...
Sorry Bill, it turned out to be a very busy week! Next time your in town I'll buy you one at Cobblestone's.
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Went there and loved the festival. I entered a sour cherry stout into the comp and I guess it didn't make the cut. I will be making the same again when our cherry trees are producing late jun into July. Had a blast!
Yes it was a great fest, I got to enjoy the 2nd show after running the comp during the 1st show. It was a long and fun day. Thanks for entering your beer, comps are a good way to get feedback on your beer. I look forward to next years fest and comp. I'm probably going to plan a camping trip right down the road from the faire grounds this summer. With all the craft shops I can get my wife to go along for the day while I enjoy some brews at the pub. Seems to be the only way I can get her interested in going to anything beer related.
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Sorry Bill, it turned out to be a very busy week! Next time your in town I'll buy you one at Cobblestone's.
Only 1...oh, yeah, you're married...
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