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Against The Grain now in MN?

Discussion in 'Midwest' started by MNPikey, Apr 23, 2014.

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  1. MNPikey

    MNPikey Devotee (407) Feb 27, 2011 Minnesota
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    Didn't know this was happening.

    Saw on Twitter today that a couple places got 35K in. Hopefully Bo and Luke will be here in the future?
     
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  2. doner24

    doner24 Initiate (89) Apr 16, 2013 Minnesota
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    That would be killer.
     
  3. Mplsmetro57

    Mplsmetro57 Aspirant (280) Jan 30, 2013 Minnesota
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    Falls Liquor had 35K as of yesterday afternoon.
     
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  4. Ol_Johnny_Skippelwicky

    Ol_Johnny_Skippelwicky Aspirant (275) Feb 13, 2013 Minnesota
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  5. evilcatfish

    evilcatfish Defender (622) May 11, 2012 Missouri
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    Missouri just got Against the Grain not long ago as well. Their bottles are pricey but the beer is good.

    Oh, and I wouldn't count on seeing any Bo and Luke
     
  6. maximum12

    maximum12 Poo-Bah (3,528) Jan 21, 2008 Minnesota
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    Yeah, jazzed to see them, then saw the $14 price tag for a 7% milk stout bomber...add it to the list of silly-expensive beers I'll pass on.
     
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  7. SipIt

    SipIt Aspirant (231) Jul 18, 2013 Minnesota
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    I grabbed a bottle to try, albeit I have no idea what I paid. If it's not below $10, I'd for sure pass as I didn't think it was anything special. In fact, I'd grab 6pk of Bell's Double Cream or upgrade big time with a growler of Dangerous Mans Chocolate Milk Stout.
     
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  8. nograz

    nograz Disciple (342) Oct 30, 2013 Minnesota
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    Picked up a Citra Ass Down and a 35K today. Drinking the Citra Ass Down right now and it is good. Bought it because I have been on a citra kick recently since drinking Sue and Fantasy Factory, but it just is not that same. That being said, I would buy it again. Not sure what I paid for it, anyone know what Princeton's is charging?
     
  9. mothman

    mothman Poo-Bah (5,876) Jun 21, 2007 Minnesota
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    I saw citra ass down at lake wine and checked the price since it wasn't listed. It rang up at $15 so I put it back and grabbed some off color apex predator (which is tasty btw).
     
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