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Discussion in 'US - Northwest' started by madtowndmb1, Dec 15, 2012.

  1. madtowndmb1

    madtowndmb1 Savant (360) Wisconsin Oct 17, 2007

    Hey guys,
    I'm wondering if anyone made it today or is willing to go see if any larger format bottles of Adam are left. I'd pay for the bottle and shipping plus send a small box as a thank you. I've wanted one of these for over 5 years. Personnel Whale of mine

    Cheers,
    Kyle
     
  2. m4ttj0nes

    m4ttj0nes Aficionado (215) Oregon Feb 21, 2012

    I'm curious what was available and prices, stuck at work all day and I'm sure everything will be gone by the time I'm off.
     
  3. honkduh

    honkduh Savant (315) Oregon Jun 2, 2011

    The 12oz bottles:


    Fred from the wood 2008 $15.00
    Fred from the wood 2009 $18.00
    Matt 2010 $20.00
    Bourbon Fred 2011 don't remember price
    Bourbon Fred 2012 don't remember price
    Collage $12.00

    Big bottles don't remember but they're most likely sold out. I heard 2 bottles left of something or other and that was at 11:00
     
  4. Alan was tweeting earlier today that there weren't many people lining up for it.
     
  5. honkduh

    honkduh Savant (315) Oregon Jun 2, 2011

    Less than 20 people in there at 10:45
     
  6. madtowndmb1

    madtowndmb1 Savant (360) Wisconsin Oct 17, 2007

    $20 is steep for Matt but an awesome beer.
     
  7. There were no large formats of regular Adam. I don't remember everything, but they had magnums of Bourbon Fred from the Wood 2011, Michael 2012, some Doggie Claws and I think Fred from the Wood (though that was gone when I got there). And the idea of showing up later in the day- the sale was limited to only 10:30am-11:30a, despite the low turnout.
     
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  8. yojimbo1

    yojimbo1 Initiate (0) Kansas Feb 26, 2012

    Did you see the price on any of the magnums? Just curious. It seems like they are really only good for tastings but they definitely have a cool factor.
     
  9. ggfunk

    ggfunk Savant (280) Oregon Mar 29, 2010

    Magnums were 65-75 if I recall correctly.
     
  10. ellswrth

    ellswrth Savant (345) Oregon Oct 7, 2003

    Bourbon Fred 2011 was $10
    Bourbon Fred 2012 was $15

    The Magnums were:

    Michael 2012 $75
    Fred from the Wood 2009 $75
    Bourbon Fred 2011 $60
    Doggie Claws 2009 - $75
    Doggie Claws 2011 - $65
     
  11. blackcloud

    blackcloud Savant (385) Alaska Apr 28, 2012

    sigh... i remember buying 750ml bottles of fred and adam at trader joes on glisan for $5 in 2002.... ah, the good ole' days.....
     
  12. WagonCircler

    WagonCircler Savant (280) New York May 15, 2011

    If anyone wants to trade any of these beers...especially a Matt...inbox me!
     
  13. >_<. Is there somewhere I can go to see when these releases are happening? I just moved out near Seattle a few months ago and have been wanting to make the trip down, but I keep hearing about these things after they happen.
     
  14. boMD

    boMD Savant (315) Oregon Feb 8, 2009


    Hair of the Dog on Twitter and the Hair of the Dog group on Facebook are your best bets.
     
  15. boMD

    boMD Savant (315) Oregon Feb 8, 2009

    Per Alan, regarding Dave, on the Hair of the Dog Facebook group:

    "Next year for my 20th anniversary there will be a raffle, 6 people will get bottles for $10 each"
     
  16. yojimbo1

    yojimbo1 Initiate (0) Kansas Feb 26, 2012

    Maybe he's letting all of them go with all the proceeds going to charities over the next couple years before he brews more. I can dream, can't I?
     
  17. waltersrj

    waltersrj Initiate (0) Washington Dec 16, 2010

    So, 2000 tickets at $10 each. Looks like each Dave will contribute $3,333.33 to charity (if that's his plan). Can't wait to have an opportunity to buy some tickets! I'd be ecstatic to win obviously. I wonder if he will limit individual ticket sales?
     
  18. black13

    black13 Savant (395) Oregon Apr 11, 2010

    Why limit sales? The more tickets he sells the more money he gets to contribute to charity. It all goes to a great cause, regardless if one person chooses to buy a crazy amount of tickets.
     

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