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Old 03-11-2013, 12:21 AM   #1
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Default My haul from vermont

Well let me say I didn't find out about heady topper till after my order was in so that is first on the list on the next haul but I'm pretty happy with the loot on this trip. I got a growler of rousing root, single chair, and maple choc. Stout. 32 oz growler of Feast of Fools and then the two humdinger bottles graupel and belgo sutra. finally the spring mix 12 pack.


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Old 03-11-2013, 12:26 AM   #2
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Alchemist, Lawson's Finest Liquids, Hill Farmstead. Go to those places.


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Yea this summer I think we are going to try and make our way up there this summer or fall and plan to go to as many breweries as possible definitely alchemist no matter what
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Definitely do if you have the chance. Don't get me wrong I've drank a ton of magic hat in my day and enjoyed most of it. Just kind of moved on from their stuff at some point. I think the 3 breweries I listed are head and shoulders above anything else I've came across out east.
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Nice haul! I am one of the few people it seems that is not offended by magic hat beer.

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Alchemist, Lawson's Finest Liquids, Hill Farmstead. Go to those places.
Meh, people wouldn't have the same opinion of those places if they could actually get a hold of their beer.
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Also check out the Vermont Pub and brewery, switchback and trout river!
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Well got another hall from the great state of Vermont. Only 8 heady but I think they will be a usual bring back from now on lol.
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Nice!!

If your interested, I'd be happy to pay an additional "portage" fee for a couple 4 packs of Heady
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Ill keep you in mind what part of pa you from
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Fleetwood, it's in between Allentown and Reading.


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