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Old 11-06-2008, 08:25 PM   #1
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Default End of election barleywine celebration

Who is up for a barleywine celebration tomorrow - Friday 11-7-2208?

In celebration of the end of the election, no matter how you feel about the results, and as an act of solidarity as a band of brewers, I suggest we go out and get a bottle, or more if you wish, of our favorite Barleywine and toast all things barley! Invite a friend or drink alone in the dark, but lets put all this behind us and get back to the important things in life.

Who is in on this?


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Old 11-06-2008, 08:30 PM   #2
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Excellent idea! I will start with a sample of your so-far excellent 09-09-09 recipe (just checking SG, I swear!). I'm going to need to make a stop at the good beer store tonight, all I've got is Heavy Seas Below Decks.


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Old 11-06-2008, 08:32 PM   #3
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I'm so down for that, although I've never bought a commercial barley wine. Any suggestions I live in SoCal (if that helps)
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I am going to have to see what is available as well.
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A salute to no more crappy political ads on TV? Sounds good to me!
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I'm so down for that, although I've never bought a commercial barley wine. Any suggestions I live in SoCal (if that helps)
I would but an Old Foghorn (Anchor) if I could get it here. But Southern California must have a bunch of options.
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Not sure I'll be around in 2208, but I'll put it on the calendar

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But Southern California must have a bunch of options.

Oh we do, and its about the only reason I can tolerate living here! 72 degrees and sunny can kiss my snow loving A$$....haha I'm sure that will piss of someone whose frezzing his nuts of right now.
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Not sure I'll be around in 2208, but I'll put it on the calendar

Barleywine should be given time to age!

200 years might be pushing it however!
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