Beer forgotten on vacation/after party

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  1. LostTraveler

    LostTraveler Initiate (0) Oct 28, 2011 Maine

    Just realized when I got back from vacation that I forgot a fresh growler of Edmund Fitzgerald in my parents refrigerator. I know almost everyone has had something similar happen to them. What is the bigest thing you forgot, lost had come up missing. Forgot something in a fridge, forgot something at a friends house after a party tasting, something come up missing in your luggage when flying?
     
  2. fujindemon74

    fujindemon74 Initiate (0) Nov 7, 2012 Pennsylvania

  3. AleWatcher

    AleWatcher Initiate (0) Jan 25, 2009 Illinois

    I went to a family party with the wife and kids and a few bottles of Cantillon.
    We were halfway home when I realized I'd forgotten to take 2 unopened bottles back with me...
    And I realized I left my wife there as well... It was quite the conundrum: going back to get my beer meant the wife would join us as well.

    Luckily it all worked out. I just called my aunt and asked that she watched the bottles and my wife for a few days so I could find time to get over there after work.
     
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  4. xxbillay

    xxbillay Initiate (0) May 31, 2012 New Jersey

    Left 5 or 6 cans of dales pale at a friends house last weekend. no big deal, since they won't go to waste.
     
  5. sandiego67

    sandiego67 Initiate (0) Feb 25, 2008 California

    I have left hundreds of gallons of processed beer in various receptacles over the years.
     
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