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Wed May 02, 2012 10:22 am

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Wed May 02, 2012 11:54 am

sidewaysscott wrote:
fredo wrote:Yup. There certainly are Colette 6-ers.
yup. just purchased a sixer. three deep already. good fudge. kinda spendy @ $10 something a sixer. but could have just became one of my official summer beers. Like orange soda is the official summer soda, but i don't drink soda.
$10 for a sixer is pretty normal in these parts. When we had DFH, it was $14 a sixer. Rouge typically runs you $12, so does Anchor Steam brews. Bigfoot ale was $13 a sixer. Think it has to do with high taxes in TN on alcohol. Having said that, I'd gladly pay $10 for Colette.
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Wed May 02, 2012 11:56 am

yeah, those are steep prices. I didn't obviously have a prob with spending $10 for the sixer. Just a little higher than i typically spend.
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Wed May 02, 2012 11:59 am

Man I want to go to Colorado and drink a lot of beer.
...I'm trying to convince the wife to do it this summer. We can camp and couch surf to save money that can go towards my alcoholism! But she isn't seeing it.
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Can you ebay beer? I know a lot of people stand in line for hours for some of the bruery's (yes we are clever in CA about our brewery names) rarer limited stuff and put it on ebay, but I always thought of it as illegal
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jwoods wrote:Can you ebay beer? I know a lot of people stand in line for hours for some of the bruery's (yes we are clever in CA about our brewery names) rarer limited stuff and put it on ebay, but I always thought of it as illegal
yeah. you just have to state on the listing that it's not for consumption, yadda yadda, and ship via ups or fedex, not the usps (for now).
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Fri May 04, 2012 1:17 am

sidewaysscott wrote:
jwoods wrote:Can you ebay beer? I know a lot of people stand in line for hours for some of the bruery's (yes we are clever in CA about our brewery names) rarer limited stuff and put it on ebay, but I always thought of it as illegal
yeah. you just have to state on the listing that it's not for consumption, yadda yadda, and ship via ups or fedex, not the usps (for now).

the more you know :pint:
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Fri May 04, 2012 3:49 am

daviddelgadoh wrote:Man I want to go to Colorado and drink a lot of beer.
...I'm trying to convince the wife to do it this summer. We can camp and couch surf to save money that can go towards my alcoholism! But she isn't seeing it.
Wives seldom appreciate the finer things in life.
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:shock:
wouldn't have a clue, but damn!
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Sun May 06, 2012 10:20 am

Seems like a crazy price for 1 bottle of a lambic, but people on beer boards do seem to be willing to offer crazy amounts of rare bottles for it, could well be legit :o

I've had to reign back my beer collecting/drinking to keep funds for limited paper, but even when I was heavily into it I refused to pay anything above £15 for a bottle, and that was extremely rare cases.
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Sun May 06, 2012 8:50 pm

Coloradans. What's the best seasonal brew out right now? Coming out to Denver in a couple of weeks and plan to do some sampling.
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Sun May 06, 2012 9:33 pm

South Carolinans: Same question, what is good in your hood. Columbia area?
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Mon May 07, 2012 7:16 am

FroDawg wrote:Coloradans. What's the best seasonal brew out right now? Coming out to Denver in a couple of weeks and plan to do some sampling.
Go to the Cheeky Monk. :pint:
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