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Cherry Rye for RR Sours

Discussion in 'Beer Trading Talk' started by BobCobb, Feb 12, 2013.

  1. BobCobb

    BobCobb Jul 10, 2012 Illinois
    Beer Trader

    Non-BA friend asked me to set up a trade for his Cherry Rye. He's looking for Pliny, Supplication and Temptation - probably just 1 of each. I'm not a sours fan at all so I don't really follow the latter two. Assuming $4$ is met with good shelf beers, is this legitimate?

    Thanks.
     
  2. evilcatfish

    evilcatfish May 11, 2012 Missouri
    Beer Trader

    You can probably just order them online fairly easy, and he won't have to give up his Cherry Rye. Just sayin
     
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  3. Johnnyramirez

    Johnnyramirez Nov 17, 2012 California

    Your inbox will be full really quick. That said. If he asks for 1 of each it comes out to roughly $30.
     
  4. ArrogantB

    ArrogantB Jun 9, 2006 Colorado
    Beer Trader

    Batch 004 Temptation came out four years ago and anyone who still has one isn't dumb enough to give it up for a Cherry Rye, c'mon man.
     
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  5. ArrogantB

    ArrogantB Jun 9, 2006 Colorado
    Beer Trader

    I drank one three weeks ago from the case I bought in 09 and its held up well but its really not stunning, that beer peaked in the summer of 2010.
     
  6. Azrael

    Azrael Jan 9, 2013

    Wow. To think I was considering getting into trading.... I don't think I want to anymore.
     
  7. Azrael

    Azrael Jan 9, 2013

    I don't think my old beer (like Temptation '04) would land anything good.
     
  8. ArrogantB

    ArrogantB Jun 9, 2006 Colorado
    Beer Trader

    But I'm not from California..Its fine if you disagree but did you actually drink one in the summer of 2010? Better yet have you been drinking down a case steadily since release because I have.
     
  9. ArrogantB

    ArrogantB Jun 9, 2006 Colorado
    Beer Trader

    It's just the typical Midwest vs California rivalry.
     
  10. Azrael

    Azrael Jan 9, 2013

    Were they still on shelves or was it a cellar sale? I didn't realize you could buy them at any time in SF. I thought they were gone from shelves for a few years. My mistake.
     
  11. Arbitrator

    Arbitrator Nov 26, 2008 California

    No, you had it right. It was a cellar sale at the T25 release with a limited number of bottles. They ran out before I got any.

    My advice to you is not to get into trading.
     
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  12. 7clutch

    7clutch Sep 14, 2012 Florida
    Beer Trader

    Here comes themind with an offer in 5...4...3...2....

    ^^Just expect to have to go over $4$ ;)
     
  13. Johnnyramirez

    Johnnyramirez Nov 17, 2012 California

    It's near impossible for him to get a case of Supplication. So 1:1 sounds right

    Plus it's aged 15 months in Pinot Noir barrels! Yum!
     
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  14. SpdKilz

    SpdKilz Jan 8, 2009 Illinois
    Beer Trader

    Coincidentally I have had around 10 bottles of B4 since it's release and I for one still think it is drinking amazing (having opened one less than a month ago). I have always preferred Temptation with some age on it though. Different palates I suppose :)
     
  15. ArrogantB

    ArrogantB Jun 9, 2006 Colorado
    Beer Trader

    And this is why I dislike most traders. A four year old vintage beer being sold in one city at one bar for one day in limited quantities is pretty much a shelf beer just like the beer that was just released to multiple stores in multiple states. I guess anything Bottleworks releases is a shelf beer too. FT: Cherry Rye ISO: Deviation or NB Bottleworks 10.
     
  16. ArrogantB

    ArrogantB Jun 9, 2006 Colorado
    Beer Trader

    It is indeed still good but my experience with numerous batches of Temptation tells me it peaks at one year.
     
  17. mattafett

    mattafett Mar 9, 2009 Iowa

    No rivalry, we are worlds better! ;)
     
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