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Old 01-20-2013, 05:24 PM   #111
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I have a dfh 120 2012 if you still wanna trade I would trade it for a marshal zhukovs


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Old 01-20-2013, 07:19 PM   #112
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I have a dfh 120 2012 if you still wanna trade I would trade it for a marshal zhukovs
We get dfh 120 here and I am not a big fan of their brews. Anything else to offer?


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Old 01-21-2013, 12:17 PM   #113
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You know, I cannot say I was a huge fan of this beer. Some people dig the cedar character and some don't. I am in the middle. The beer was done well, just not my favorite from them. I would love to see that beer on some white oak!
The brewers at CCB claimed the humidor was their IPA just on ceader(on th brewing network podcast). I really liked the beer but the white oak IPA is better. Do you still have some white oak? If you do I'm pretty sure we can work a deal.
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The brewers at CCB claimed the humidor was their IPA just on ceader(on th brewing network podcast). I really liked the beer but the white oak IPA is better. Do you still have some white oak? If you do I'm pretty sure we can work a deal.
Yep, I have an extra 4 pack of white oak. What are you thinking for trade? Lets throw another bomber in there to make it worth the shipping.
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I'm not familiar with Sucaba or if it will be bottled. (Never mind, just figured out that its renamed from the old Abacus) I'm friends with the local rep (brewery is 1.5hrs away) so ill hit him up and find out the details. I have or can get FW Parabola and Wookie Jack, and have a 16th anniversary left. Kern only bottles a few of their beers and only distributes locally. Their regular stout is delicious though. Their winter IPA is fantastic and I believe I have fresh a bottle. If not I can have one picked up for me in two weeks at the Citra release.
Don't know if you'd be interested, but I also have a few more Stone 15th anniversary Escondidian Black IPA left. I know all of the notes said to drink fresh, but I bought a case and opened a bottle every month or two and I think it's peaking about now.
I'm interested in anything local to you. I love IPA's, unique Pales, flagship beers, etc. the white oak intrigues me. If not this time, in the future.
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Yea I hate dfh really. The only two I like from them are 120 and Indian brown ale. I have a rogue xs imperial stout 2011, stone irs, stone enjoy by 2.15.13 ipa, founders breakfast stouts, bells expedition stout, stone mint choc stout colab, smuttynose big beer series Baltic porter and several other things if you're interested.
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Yep, I have an extra 4 pack of white oak. What are you thinking for trade? Lets throw another bomber in there to make it worth the shipping.

Let me talk to my beer friend we will come up with something
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I'm not familiar with Sucaba or if it will be bottled. (Never mind, just figured out that its renamed from the old Abacus) I'm friends with the local rep (brewery is 1.5hrs away) so ill hit him up and find out the details. I have or can get FW Parabola and Wookie Jack, and have a 16th anniversary left. Kern only bottles a few of their beers and only distributes locally. Their regular stout is delicious though. Their winter IPA is fantastic and I believe I have fresh a bottle. If not I can have one picked up for me in two weeks at the Citra release.
Don't know if you'd be interested, but I also have a few more Stone 15th anniversary Escondidian Black IPA left. I know all of the notes said to drink fresh, but I bought a case and opened a bottle every month or two and I think it's peaking about now.
I'm interested in anything local to you. I love IPA's, unique Pales, flagship beers, etc. the white oak intrigues me. If not this time, in the future.
The Sucaba really interests me along with the Kern. My last choice would be the black ipa from stone. Let me know what you are interested in.
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Let me talk to my beer friend we will come up with something
I have a pack of white oak sitting here with your name on it!
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Sucaba will be here as soon as its released. Kern does not bottle Class X, but I'm working on finding some Class V or getting some purchased for me at the release. Firestone is pretty easy for me to get as long as its not a seasonal release, then obviously I have to wait until its released.
I got fresh Pliny an Blind Pig today.


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