Allagash Balaton & Cerise

Discussion in 'New England' started by alampear, Mar 3, 2012.

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  1. alampear

    alampear Initiate (109) Nov 4, 2008 Wisconsin

    Anyone know bottle counts, allotments, and bottle costs on these two?
     
  2. mclaughlindw4

    mclaughlindw4 Initiate (0) Jul 2, 2009 Maine

    I believe it was 250 of each? And it was 2/person and 15 each (plus tax).
     
  3. rpstevens

    rpstevens Initiate (0) Dec 31, 2008 New Hampshire

    If I am not mistaken, you could only buy two bottles per person when they were available. It wasn't two of each, you had to choose one of each, or two of a kind. I didn't get any, but I vaguely remember straffordmilitia telling me this when we drank the Balaton last week.
     
  4. mkabull

    mkabull Disciple (385) Nov 2, 2007 Massachusetts
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    It was a 1of each bottle limit. You may have been able to opt for 2 of one kind.
     
  5. Chowdahead

    Chowdahead Initiate (0) Jan 26, 2008 Maine

    I believe it was 250 Balaton and about 200 and change for Cerise since they sold a bottle of Cerise to the folks who showed up For Ghoulschip but had it sell out before their number was called so there was less Cerise. It was a one bottle per person limit for each or two of a kind as rpstevens said.
     
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