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Discussion in 'Cellaring / Aging Beer' started by SpdKilz, Jan 16, 2013.
Ah, you tied me!
344 bottle of gueuze and lambic from the usual: Drie Fonteinen, Hanssens, Girardin, Cantillon, Tilquin, DeCam. All my favorites in different ways.
I think I have a lambic problem...
20 Cantillons and 10 Fantomes. My wallet isn't as fat as some here
14 from Firestone Walker covering their proprietor's reserve series.
Something like 6 or 7 cases of HOTD. By number of bottles it's the winner by far. By volume, The Bruery and Block 15 might give it some competition, although I think HOTD still leads there.
Only one 15"? Your escalade can fit 3 more without even having to spit on it.
It's a work in progress bro... how many subs you got in your Ecsalade?
I have a 1985 Fiero with a boombox in the passenger seat. Stackin loons in the cellar comes first bro.
Notchback or Fastback?
Notchback, Fastback wasn't made til 86'.
I don't have a very extensive cellar by any means, but I find myself supporting my local breweries more than rushing out to load up my cellar with all of the "rare" releases that hit the area. Out of curiosity last night, I checked my cellar and found that 14 of the 27 bottles in my cellar were various Hardywood Park beers. Partly because they're local and partly because they make great stuff. Another dozen or so in the fridge, and half of those are Hardywood as well. Gotta support the locals, especially when the stuff they make is so good.
3 cases of HotD (12 oz), (3) magnums, and (1) 3L...so roughly 76 bottles.
I don't have shit on some of y'all and I thought *I* was a mental patient......
Just to clarify, are those empty or full bottles? Also, is it the Escalade or the subwoofer that sits on 32s?
Not nearly enough. *jonesing*
2 cases Dark Horse
2 cases of Zombie dust
Right now I have 3 cases of Terrapin Wake-n-Bake & a couple Terrapin Liquid Blisses as well as 10 big bottles of various Cigar City offerings.
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