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FT: Chocolate Rain batch 1 and 2. ISO: Cantillon

Discussion in 'ISO:FT (Beer Only)' started by black13, Feb 23, 2012.

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  1. black13

    black13 Savant (420) Oregon Apr 11, 2010

    Started this one the day the old site crashed so I'll start it again. I can add to this if that's what's needed. Tops on the wants list are Blabaer and regular Cantillon, but I'm open. Shoot me a deal and lets get a trade going.
  2. If you can hold this, I am visiting the Cantillon Brewery in April, I can make it worth your while with some bangin extras
  3. Mar02x

    Mar02x Savant (330) Netherlands Aug 29, 2011

    I have Fou'foune, Mamouche, LP Geuze, St Lamvinus, Bruocsella, CuveƩ des Champions! and Lambik

    I do live overseas, so if you are still interested I hope to hear from you.
  4. redblacks75

    redblacks75 Savant (440) Iowa Oct 29, 2010

    I have the Classic Geuze, Kriek, Rose de Gambriuns, and Gueze.
  5. Just as a heads up there really isn't much in bottles at the brewery.
  6. I know, I've got Beermania, BeerPlanet, and a few buddies to see as well.

  7. brewseum

    brewseum Savant (285) Minnesota Nov 11, 2004

    00 Cantillon Gueze
    03 " " Gueze
    1997 Oud beersel gueze
    1998 Quelque Chose
    C&C La Folie #296
    1994 Cuvee Rene
    2003 Cantillon Gambrinus
    2003 Cantillon Lambic Bio
    1986 Lindemann's Kriek
  8. misterhops

    misterhops Aficionado (180) Ohio May 12, 2008

    Black, did you get my message from a few days ago? Cheers
  9. csano

    csano Initiate (0) Washington Sep 21, 2010

    If not the brewery, then where can they be found? Bottle shops around town?
  10. Honestly, the best stuff nowadays mostly comes and goes online. The stores themselves in the tourist-y cities don't stock anything too crazy for the most part, as it sells out quickly. You'll realistically find the same most common 5 or 6 styles at most stores, with the occasional Lou Pepe or what have you tossed in. The brewery just has the most recent releases, whatever they may be.

    The streets are unfortunately not lined with Fou Foune any more.
  11. For shame.
  12. drgarage

    drgarage Initiate (0) California Aug 19, 2008

    Paris is not a bad place to check, actually. One of the stores there at least recently got the entire line-up, and because France is far more of a wine country than a beer country, it actually sticks around.
  13. I guess, spent most of the time in brussels at beer bars and never looked to get anything to go. Moeder Lambic is a good spot for beers but a bit pricey and kind of a modern diner type feel. Plus watch your wallet.
  14. brewseum

    brewseum Savant (285) Minnesota Nov 11, 2004

    The thread where beers go to die.
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