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Old 10-16-2013, 02:06 PM   #11
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You and I should talk when you do! I would love to try either one of those
Or maybe we could do a three way trade? I send GoldenShowerGladiator some Surly, he sends you Dark Lord and you send me,... Something?


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Old 10-16-2013, 02:12 PM   #12
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Or maybe we could do a three way trade? I send GoldenShowerGladiator some Surly, he sends you Dark Lord and you send me,... Something?
I'd be down for that...I'm in the Philly area and have access to some excellent brews. If the OP is up for it, what would you like?


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Geoffrey -

Don't give away my bottle of Darkness!!

BTW, looks like your package will be arriving today.

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Old 10-16-2013, 03:19 PM   #14
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Geoffrey - Don't give away my bottle of Darkness!! BTW, looks like your package will be arriving today. [/end hijack]
No worries, you're first in line, as it were.
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I'd be down for that...I'm in the Philly area and have access to some excellent brews. If the OP is up for it, what would you like?
I'm into big IPAs and barrel aged Belgians right now. You got anything like that?
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I'm into big IPAs and barrel aged Belgians right now. You got anything like that?
I certainly do...I have some stuff from Hawaii that is fairly fresh. Troegs, Weyerbacher Double Simcoe or Last Chance IPA. I can also get some Belgian stuff....are you talking doubles, triples, quads, strongs or blonds?
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I also have a few bottles of 120 min IPA as well
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Just a nice strong IPA would be nice. Not neccisarily a double. Lagunitas little sumpin sumpin is along the lines I'm thinking. Stuff from Troegs sounds good.
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Just a nice strong IPA would be nice. Not neccisarily a double. Lagunitas little sumpin sumpin is along the lines I'm thinking. Stuff from Troegs sounds good.
I can definitely arrange a nice box for you if this goes down.
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The weyerbacher beers both sound really nice. I'll forgo the 120min.


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