Available Utopia Close To Boston (2012-12-15)

Discussion in 'New England' started by nawset, Dec 15, 2012.

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  1. nawset

    nawset Initiate (148) Mar 19, 2011 New Hampshire

    Two hours ago, I stumbled upon two 2012 Utopia's at a bottle shop within 30 miles of Boston. I bought one. If interested in grabbing the second one, please PM me and I will let you know where it is. They were charging $199. Serious inquiries only. First come, first served.
  2. messrock

    messrock Initiate (174) Dec 9, 2010 Massachusetts

    So you went to Kappy's in Medford?
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  3. nawset

    nawset Initiate (148) Mar 19, 2011 New Hampshire

    Nope actually, it wasn't there but if it is known that they can be had close to Boston then this is no big deal. I thought there might be a scramble for it (thus the PM approach).
  4. LiquidCourage

    LiquidCourage Initiate (156) Nov 1, 2012 Rhode Island
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    Gasbarros in Attleboro had two bottles not to long ago. The $199 price tag makes them slow to move.
  5. Psychmusic

    Psychmusic Disciple (365) Jun 22, 2012 Connecticut
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    Utopias is pretty generally available and just sitting around most liquor stores in MA
  6. GoOSU

    GoOSU Initiate (166) Oct 6, 2006 Massachusetts
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    Supreme in Dorchester on Gallivan Blvd. has some

    ICCULIS Initiate (0) Mar 16, 2011 Massachusetts

    I know two places (Medford and Lynn) that have the current vintage on the shelf now. not too hard to find.....
  8. WeymouthMike

    WeymouthMike Devotee (455) Jun 22, 2004 Massachusetts
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    I agree and at a much cheaper price than $199
  9. commis

    commis Initiate (0) Jul 21, 2009 Massachusetts

    It's all over the place. I've seen it in more than a half dozen shops from Boston to Metrowest to the South Shore priced from $179-$199
    Sam spreads the wealth. .
  10. cbeer88

    cbeer88 Crusader (719) Sep 5, 2007 Massachusetts

    There are more stores with it than stores without it right now. And you really don't need to pay $199 if you look a bit.

    It's odd - I feel like the Boston market just doesn't really care about this beer relative to other areas of the country that go nuts for it where people pay $250/bottle. Yet we probably get more than anyone...
  11. iflah45

    iflah45 Aspirant (213) Jul 8, 2010 Massachusetts
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    Copeland Package in Quincy has em for 165 or 170. I can't remember exactly.
  12. nawset

    nawset Initiate (148) Mar 19, 2011 New Hampshire

    Wow. I had no idea. No longer feel like I scored. It it was on the same day that I picked up my Westy brick, a FW 16 and three four-packs of BCBS. Thought I was the luckiest man on earth.
  13. Psychmusic

    Psychmusic Disciple (365) Jun 22, 2012 Connecticut
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    Reading these forums I always end up spending more than I want to because when I see something billed as super limited I jump at it. Then I see it two weeks later for $5 less than I paid and I end up not liking it much anyway.
  14. KBrennan1000

    KBrennan1000 Initiate (0) Sep 20, 2010 Massachusetts

    Oh to have that kind of expendable income.
  15. Sourkehd

    Sourkehd Initiate (0) Dec 10, 2012 Massachusetts
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    There are two at my store. We also have a couple fruets and BCBS.
  16. nawset

    nawset Initiate (148) Mar 19, 2011 New Hampshire

    Had to sell a kidney and promise my wife that I would drink natty light until spring.
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