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#151 Post by Moy Emrick »

and if anyone if ever looking to trade or buy, I have an extensive cellar that I would be willing to open up.

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#152 Post by Jorge Henriquez »

I can vouch for Moy. He's a friend and somewhat good guy. He helped get John Liotta a nice little assortment of Hill Farmstead.
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#153 Post by Brad B a l l i n g e r »

With the release of Surly Abrasive next week, I'm will to send to whoever would like some. Comes in 16-ounce 4-pack cans.
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#154 Post by TimF »

Brian G r a f s t r o m wrote:Not that he needs another endorsement, but I just completed a trade with T1m F@1tsch, and T1m was excellent for his part. Good communication. tracking number. excellent packaging.

trade with confidence.

Thanks, Tim!
Thumbs up also to Brian G on a successful trade!
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#155 Post by Brad B a l l i n g e r »

Thanks, Jorge!
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#156 Post by Jorge Henriquez »

Glad you got them Brad. Let me know your thoughts later on.
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#157 Post by Jorge Henriquez »

Thank you Mr. Brad B! Arrived in perfect conditions!
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#158 Post by c fu »

Jorge Henriquez wrote:Thank you Mr. Brad B! Arrived in perfect conditions!
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what kind of conditions? what was the weather like? [snort.gif]
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#159 Post by Jorge Henriquez »

C Fu wrote:
Jorge Henriquez wrote:Thank you Mr. Brad B! Arrived in perfect conditions!
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what kind of conditions? what was the weather like? [snort.gif]
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#160 Post by Chris Kurzner »

So if I were to want to trade with someone do I need to go to CC? Having a little trouble following this thread.

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#161 Post by Jorge Henriquez »

Chris,

Most transactions occur via PM after someone posts an offer (usually here or start a new thread). No issues going through CC if you feel it's more logical.
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#162 Post by Chris Kurzner »

Thanks, Jorge. Just getting started in my journey into the craft beer scene. Have been focusing mostly on local (TX) breweries but have enjoyed the Deschutes, Ballast Point, and Sierra Nevada offerings that have made their way here. Hoping to find some folks who might like to try some of the stuff here that isn't available out of TX in return for similar stuff in their neighborhoods.

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#163 Post by Jorge Henriquez »

Start a post offering what you have available and what you'd like to get. I'm sure you'll get some interest.
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#164 Post by Chris Kurzner »

OK Jorge, I'll give it a shot.

For those in NorCal (or on West Coast I guess) I'm interested in trying some Russian River beers. Additionally, I'm open to just about anything that will help me learn more about new regions and styles (from anywhere). Need help figuring out what to try so I'm pretty open.

On my end we have some pretty good local brews here in the Dallas area, such as Peticolas, Deep Ellum, Community, Lakewood, and Revolver. I'd need to pick up some stuff locally but can put together a nice care package if anyone would like to try any of these.

Some local suggestions would include Lakewood Temptress, Peticolas Velvet Hammer, Community Mosaic, Deep Ellum IPA.

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#165 Post by ariamali hart »

Chris Kurzner wrote:OK Jorge, I'll give it a shot.

For those in NorCal (or on West Coast I guess) I'm interested in trying some Russian River beers. Additionally, I'm open to just about anything that will help me learn more about new regions and styles (from anywhere). Need help figuring out what to try so I'm pretty open.

On my end we have some pretty good local brews here in the Dallas area, such as Peticolas, Deep Ellum, Community, Lakewood, and Revolver. I'd need to pick up some stuff locally but can put together a nice care package if anyone would like to try any of these.

Some local suggestions would include Lakewood Temptress, Peticolas Velvet Hammer, Community Mosaic, Deep Ellum IPA.
i have 3 cases of pliny (2/24/15 bottling) i could send... but between a couple cases i set aside for me, 4 cases of heady, and various others, i have too much beer to drink. i would prefer whiskey, rye and bourbon if you have any.

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#166 Post by Chris Kurzner »

Thanks. I'll send you a PM. I don't collect whiskey so I'd need some guidance on what I might acquire to send. I do have plenty of wine shippers so getting it to you would not be a problem.

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#167 Post by c fu »

Chris Kurzner wrote:Thanks. I'll send you a PM. I don't collect whiskey so I'd need some guidance on what I might acquire to send. I do have plenty of wine shippers so getting it to you would not be a problem.
there's no whiskey out there that couldn't be easily found in CA that is worth trading for pliny the elder. PTE trade value is basically for other timed release beers around the US (like heady topper, sip of sunshine etc).

If you want to send me a box, shipping label, I'll send you 4 btls with a receipt for the purchase and just pay me back the cost. There's a store next to my office that has a 4 btl limit and they get in PTE every other week. PM me.
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#168 Post by Moy Emrick »

William Segui wrote:I'd be into this. I can always use more eyes when trying to get more BCBS!
I love my BCBS!!! I have plenty if you're interested.
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#169 Post by Chris Kurzner »

Shout out and thanks to Charlie for shipping me some Pliny The Elder to try. It did not disappoint. Brought it over to my wife's niece's house for their daughter's birthday party. Her husband is a home brewer. You should have seen how big his eyes got when I said I brought along something to share while watching the Masters!

Both bottles (the other two were shared with my former colleague) were shared among us and his friends who are all way more into craft beer than I could ever be; it was a great treat.

Thank you, sir!!!

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#170 Post by c fu »

Chris Kurzner wrote:Shout out and thanks to Charlie for shipping me some Pliny The Elder to try. It did not disappoint. Brought it over to my wife's niece's house for their daughter's birthday party. Her husband is a home brewer. You should have seen how big his eyes got when I said I brought along something to share while watching the Masters!

Both bottles (the other two were shared with my former colleague) were shared among us and his friends who are all way more into craft beer than I could ever be; it was a great treat.

Thank you, sir!!!
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#171 Post by JimmyGillingham »

At this point it probably does not need to be said, but do not hesitate to trade with Charlie. I have had a number of good trades with him recently. Always super easy to deal with, good packaging, and most important, he knows his beer.

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#172 Post by c fu »

same too Jimmy. He's good too. See you can trust attorneys
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#173 Post by AlbertH »

Sadly here in Houston I cannot find any Pliny the Elder or Heady Topper to open and share with some cicerone (and other beer/wine enthusiast) friends.

Would be more than happy to pay well for a case (or any) of either than a member on here has. Alternatively, I'm happy to send over some of the nice brews from Houston based St. Arnolds Brewery. May even be able to secure some of the smaller releases they do at different times of the year :)

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#174 Post by BRhoades »

A big shout out to Greg McCarthy. Greg and I dont really trade per se', as much as we just send each other beers we think the other will like. He's generous as can be, packages his beers perfectly and always keeps me in the loop when something great from the New England/East Coast region is released.

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#175 Post by GMcCarthy »

BRhoades wrote:A big shout out to Greg McCarthy. Greg and I dont really trade per se', as much as we just send each other beers we think the other will like. He's generous as can be, packages his beers perfectly and always keeps me in the loop when something great from the New England/East Coast region is released.

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#176 Post by J. Schenck »

yeah if anyone is interested in buying beer, trading beer, or trading wine for beer:
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#177 Post by Brian Zamkotowicz »

Guys if this thread was labeled Beer Trading AND Feedback I would have looked at it a lot sooner. Very cool, seems a lot more laid back then BA. I always have access to Carton or Kane (who should start canning in the next few weeks) if anyone needs.

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#178 Post by Eric FW »

Any Chicago area folks wanna help me out with a bottle or two of Rare?

I can offer up all the VA-distro goodness you'd want, Hardywood Trickery, GBS (and Variants) Brothers Resolute (and variants), or some of the finest crowlered IPAs from The Answer.

Also have some non-VA sours and stouts in my cellar that I could part with, Cantillon, Black Tuesday, BB Abominable, etc...
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#179 Post by Alan Eden »

Dont know if this reasonable or not but im proposing the following

One of each of the following 2015 Bcbs bottles

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Looking for a bottle of Stagg
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#180 Post by c fu »

Alan Eden wrote:Dont know if this reasonable or not but im proposing the following

One of each of the following 2015 Bcbs bottles

Rare
Coffee
Rye

Looking for a bottle of Stagg
Prob Not gonna happen. Looking At $300-350 worth of beer for $500 in bourbon.
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#181 Post by Alan Eden »

Im open to offers

4r limited maybe, macallan 18 or rare, try me i wont bite
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#182 Post by james l moleberg »

Alan Eden wrote:Dont know if this reasonable or not but im proposing the following

One of each of the following 2015 Bcbs bottles

Rare
Coffee
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Looking for a bottle of Stagg
would do a willett 13 year barrel 8130 for the 3. (127.2 proof). they run about $300-325/bottle

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#183 Post by Don Echevarria »

Anyone have any feedback on Elmer Lee?
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#184 Post by TBurklow »

Don Echev wrote:Anyone have any feedback on Elmer Lee?

Elmer T Lee is delicious! Very smooth aromaticaly pleasing bourbon. Only problem is as soon as it hits the shelves here in StL, it doesn't sit for long...although it is more accessible than most of the rare bourbon that never sees a shelf.
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#185 Post by Scott Butler »

More feedback kudos for C Fu, scored a few bottles of beer I was dying to get my hands on. Thanks Charlie!
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#186 Post by Alan Eden »

Anyone trading ?

lets get some movement

I have Founders KBS and BCBS ( most bottlings ) to trade, looking for other imperial stouts or bourbon

Thanks
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#187 Post by TimF »

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#188 Post by MBerto »

I need some Chicago area beers. Nothing particularly fancy, just some basic offerings from Half Acre, Revolution, and Three Floyds (or similar). I have access...Minnesota beers. Let me know what can be arranged. Thanks.
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#189 Post by Kevin Stine »

I bought some Goose Island Bourbon County Barrel Stout from Pat Burton and had a great experience.
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#190 Post by Kevin Stine »

I just picked up some Three Floyds that are available for trade. Prefer Barrel Aged Imperial Stouts.

4 pack Gumballhead
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#191 Post by davidlown »

If anyone would like bourbon county stout I have one bottle of 2016 and one bottle of 2015 to trade.

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#192 Post by Erik Rachwalski »

Anyone in northeast.. Looking for 2 fresh 4 packs of Heady Topper for sis-in-law's birthday... I can do Chicago area brews for trade (Half Acre, Revolution, Pipeworks, etc), vino or cash...

PM if you can help me out, thank you
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#193 Post by Scott Butler »

Thanks to Paul Mills for finding me some KBS, much appreciated!
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#194 Post by Andrew Sch »

I have access to cigar city and funky Buddha releases. Currently have some last snow, muy Bonita, nib smuggler, wide awake. Looking for some Pliny the elder or some New England style IPAs.

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#195 Post by Andy G »

Hoping to get my hands on Pliny if anyone has. Girlfriend's dad has been searching for it for a while but impossible to find on the East Coast.

Am in Vermont at the moment and snagged a 4 pack of Lawson's Sip of Sunshine if such a trade would be appealing. Note all the Lawson's was in the cooler when purchased none was available at room temperature
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#196 Post by jhemming »

Not a trader but have reaped the benefits of a friend who does. I'm looking to return the favor, so curious if anyone is up for a few trades. Would love to grab some
monkish but open to other hard to find West Coast and MidWest offerings. Easy access to Trillium plus plenty in my cellar as well as Alchemist and other NE breweries, though TH is hard for me at the moment to find the time to head out.

Shoot me a PM with any interest.

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#197 Post by Dennis Atick »

Any body got any Aslin or Veil Brewing to trade or sell?
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#198 Post by B Thorne »

I'm looking for Minnesota trader with access to Surly. I've relocated to east cost and can't find their distribution anywhere around here. Would work out some sort of favorable trade. Thanks!
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#199 Post by JeromeHan »

Moy Emrick wrote: January 12th, 2015, 9:22 pm and if anyone if ever looking to trade or buy, I have an extensive cellar that I would be willing to open up.

https://www.cellarhq.com/cellars/bcbsslayer
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#200 Post by Steven King »

Man, this thread......love it. Im a bourbon and beer guy. Buy lots from Dennis, easy transactions. This seems to fall somewhere between wine talk and commerce corner, mixed together. I just got back from Brooklyn on a BeerCation, recommended by Justin Bonner, if you can find Evil Twins Houston IPA, find it. Amazing beer by Jeppe, could be my beer of the year. Grimm FinBack ET and OH are killin it. Looking forward to future trades here. Cheers

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