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Old 01-31-2006, 07:25 PM   #11
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The Goose Island and Boulevard both run about $8 per six. The Schlafly isn't available in Arkansas, but I'm close to Missouri and go there to get it. Schlafly runs between $6 and $7 per six, and the Goose Island/Boulevard will be about a buck cheaper per six in Missouri as well. Figure 10% for tax. Let me know what kinds you want on the Schlafly, because I should call ahead to make sure they have it and get them to hold it for me.

I definitely want a full pack each of the 90 and 120, and I'd be willing to take all of the 60 minute, but 3 of those should do me if you were wanting to try it.


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Old 01-31-2006, 08:35 PM   #12
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The Goose Island and Boulevard both run about $8 per six. The Schlafly isn't available in Arkansas, but I'm close to Missouri and go there to get it. Schlafly runs between $6 and $7 per six, and the Goose Island/Boulevard will be about a buck cheaper per six in Missouri as well. Figure 10% for tax. Let me know what kinds you want on the Schlafly, because I should call ahead to make sure they have it and get them to hold it for me.

I definitely want a full pack each of the 90 and 120, and I'd be willing to take all of the 60 minute, but 3 of those should do me if you were wanting to try it.
This sounds fun! Might have to push the issue with Rhoobarb a little.....

Regarding the DFH 60--make sure you drink that before the 90. You'll never want to go back.


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I definitely want a full pack each of the 90 and 120, and I'd be willing to take all of the 60 minute, but 3 of those should do me if you were wanting to try it.
What about Raison D'Etre...you interested in that.

Speaking of which, Dude, didn't you have a recipe for Raison D'Etre?
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Hell I'm interested in all of it.

The Chicory Stout sounds really good, too, but I'd probably only want a few bottles of it.
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What about Raison D'Etre...you interested in that.

Speaking of which, Dude, didn't you have a recipe for Raison D'Etre?
Have you tried the Raison D'Etre? If so, what is it like? I almost bought it yesterday but went with the 60 minute IPA. Here in Richmond the 60 is $8.69 a 6 pack, 90 is the same price for a 4 pack. The 60 is sooooo good. I was looking for the Richbrau IPA (I'm too lazy to drive to the brewery) but ended up going with the DFH 60 instead.
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I live next to St. Louis and love Schlafly. I need to clone their hefewizen soon.


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