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Old 06-25-2013, 12:55 PM   #111
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You guys are doing great so far. One member has shipped today.

Myself, ill be waiting till Thursday...new release this week in...gotta see if I can grab one for my recip.

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Old 06-25-2013, 04:19 PM   #112
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Just shipped mine out!
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Old 06-25-2013, 05:42 PM   #113
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Quick question. If the guidelines for the next swap were....one style only, not necessarily local, just something your recip couldnt get. Any size bottle, can, growler. Just a volume minimum.

How does something like that sound? For example, stouts and porters only...just tryingto gauge interest levels.

 
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Old 06-25-2013, 05:49 PM   #114
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if we do that lets make is IPA's! the only problem i see with that idea is everyone will want a different style haha like me already, but that would be fun whatever the style may be
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I think that would work ok as long as the style is announced up front so you know if you're interested when you sign up. I personally would prefer a variety, but that wouldn't preclude me from joining if I liked the style.
I also wouldn't mind doing a canned beer swap but that could be harder for some regions. .
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Quick question. If the guidelines for the next swap were....one style only, not necessarily local, just something your recip couldnt get. Any size bottle, can, growler. Just a volume minimum.

How does something like that sound? For example, stouts and porters only...just tryingto gauge interest levels.
I was hoping you'd do this.

Anything but IPA!

 
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Old 06-25-2013, 06:38 PM   #117
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I think that would work ok as long as the style is announced up front so you know if you're interested when you sign up. I personally would prefer a variety, but that wouldn't preclude me from joining if I liked the style.
I also wouldn't mind doing a canned beer swap but that could be harder for some regions. .
Oh it would definitely be announced in the guidelines for the swap. Probably even in the title, like this one was called bomber style.

Cans might make an appearance eventually...I really want to lol

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Old 06-25-2013, 06:39 PM   #118
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i would love to do cans!!
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I was hoping you'd do this.

Anything but IPA!
why you gotta do me like that haha
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You guys are doing great so far. One member has shipped today.

Myself, ill be waiting till Thursday...new release this week in...gotta see if I can grab one for my recip.
Hmmm id be curious to know what is being released this week in Il, PM me if you don't mind.
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