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Old 08-19-2012, 06:53 PM   #1
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Looking to taste some interesting homebrew, particularly English & Scottish styles. The following are bottles I would be sending out.

King of the North - Scotch Ale - 8.5% abv
Brewed with 10 different malts & utilized a flameout boil-down addition.

Direwolf - American IPA - 6.0% abv
Apollo & Simcoe hops in the boil and dry hop w/ 10% Flaked Rye.

Mother of Dragons - Milk Stout - 7.75% abv
Big Maris Otter based milk stout with flaked oats.


Looking for stuff like English IPA, ESB, English Porters, Brown Ales, and Barleywines, Scottish Ales, etc.. I wouldnt object to American IPAs as well. Message me!


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Old 08-19-2012, 07:00 PM   #2
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Huh.. I've just grabbed a sack of MO for my British isles lineup - a kettle caramelized 80/-, an Irish red, an English pale ale. I also have an oaked 11% wee heavy that's around 9 months old. I'm not going to be ready to swap for a couple months but I'd definitely like to.


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Yeah absolutely! I have the Scotch Ale in bottles right now & it will obviously still be good in a few months, as well as the Milk Stout. The American IPA won't but I will likely have something fresh to replace it. Just keep me updated
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Im interested. Let me look at my supply and see what i have
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I got a robust porter, pale ale with nelson saviogn, and am bottling a barley wine that has been ageing about 10 months in secondary


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