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Old 12-11-2012, 09:39 AM   #5656
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REALLY? It's almost impossible to find not in big bottle round here?

Steve, did you try it?
Not yet. I'm probably going to pick up a bottle in a week or so and take it to a Christmas party to split with a couple guys.

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Old 12-11-2012, 10:40 AM   #5657
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Not yet. I'm probably going to pick up a bottle in a week or so and take it to a Christmas party to split with a couple guys.
You'll get one taste and wish you weren't sharing.
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You'll get one taste and wish you weren't sharing.
Perhaps...but now that I know where I can get it, I can always go back
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Old 12-11-2012, 02:32 PM   #5659
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Looks like the Westy 12 is getting a super limited one time only U.S. release tomorrow. Here's a list of places that will be getting them. None in Georgia....

Retail Locations For the Westvleteren XII Brick « US Westvleteren Trappist Ale Release

It's also gonna cost about 85 bucks. If I could get to one, I don't know how, but I'd find the 85 dollars. I cannot overstate how much I want to try this beer. No joke, I'd probably have one then save them and drink one ever 6 months...
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Old 12-11-2012, 06:23 PM   #5660
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I think a local liquor store has that here. They advertised an expensive 6 that was $99. I remember the W so it must of been the same. Not sure if I'm interested.
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There are three locations in San Diego...one of which is in a part of town not too far from my church...
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Old 12-11-2012, 07:29 PM   #5662
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Old 12-12-2012, 07:16 AM   #5663
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There are three locations in San Diego...one of which is in a part of town not too far from my church...
In a town like San Diego you'd have to get there at store opening. I envy you.
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Looks like the Westy 12 is getting a super limited one time only U.S. release tomorrow. Here's a list of places that will be getting them. None in Georgia....

Retail Locations For the Westvleteren XII Brick « US Westvleteren Trappist Ale Release

It's also gonna cost about 85 bucks. If I could get to one, I don't know how, but I'd find the 85 dollars. I cannot overstate how much I want to try this beer. No joke, I'd probably have one then save them and drink one ever 6 months...
Several places in NC that may have it...but I'm at work.

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In a town like San Diego you'd have to get there at store opening. I envy you.
Hmm...well that isn't going to happen, haha.
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Went to a new restaurant last night called The Salted Pig.. AMAZING! Anyways, besides the food, they have GREAT beer choices.

I had a Dogfish Head Raison D'Erte. Simply amazing.. brewed with green raisons and belgian yeast.. I highly suggest this brew to anyone wanting a spicy belgian (I think it was a dubbel)..
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It sounds like I need to try this Dogfish Head... I keep hearing about it. It's sold locally, so I think I'll give it a shot sometime. Any particular brews you all would suggest?
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I had a Dogfish Head Raison D'Erte. Simply amazing.. brewed with green raisons and belgian yeast.. I highly suggest this brew to anyone wanting a spicy belgian (I think it was a dubbel)..
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It sounds like I need to try this Dogfish Head... I keep hearing about it. It's sold locally, so I think I'll give it a shot sometime. Any particular brews you all would suggest?
If you dig hoppy beers...try the 60 Minute and the 90 Minute I.P.A.
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It sounds like I need to try this Dogfish Head... I keep hearing about it. It's sold locally, so I think I'll give it a shot sometime. Any particular brews you all would suggest?
Their Indian Brown is just fantastic.
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