Crayne - a - palooza: Benefit in Milwaukee WI

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  1. UWBadgerFan4Life

    UWBadgerFan4Life Defender (620) Jul 24, 2012 Wisconsin
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    This was mentioned in the Central Waters party thread but I thought it deserved it's own thread in case people weren't reading the 14 pages of that thread.

    There is a beer event going on as a fundraiser for Mr. Crayne at the Sugar Maple Tavern in Milwaukee, WI on Saturday Feb 2 from 2-6. There will be lots of beers on tap including CW 15 and Bolt Cutter. There will also be a silent auction for some rare bottles of beer. More details located at the facebook page. Please try to attend and support a good beer guy.

    https://www.facebook.com/events/228498943953617/
     
  2. JohnfromPurdue

    JohnfromPurdue Initiate (90) Apr 27, 2009 Wisconsin
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    Is there any schedule for when CW 15 might be tapped?
     
  3. UWBadgerFan4Life

    UWBadgerFan4Life Defender (620) Jul 24, 2012 Wisconsin
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    Not that I've heard. You could try calling the Sugar Maple Tavern to see if they know yet.
     
  4. ajzy

    ajzy Devotee (457) Jun 15, 2011 Wisconsin
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    looking forward to this! Im at Sugar Maple 5 days a week anyway, might as well drink for a good cause tomorrow :grinning:
     
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  5. Diotima

    Diotima Initiate (0) Jan 9, 2013 Wisconsin

    will be there.
     
  6. Diotima

    Diotima Initiate (0) Jan 9, 2013 Wisconsin

    this was a good event. I scored a 2012 bottle of abyss and my friend scored a bottle of king henry.
     
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  7. allouez86

    allouez86 Initiate (197) Jan 24, 2009 Wisconsin

    Couldn't make it. What was the beer list like aside from the bolt cutter and 1515?
     
  8. Diotima

    Diotima Initiate (0) Jan 9, 2013 Wisconsin

    i think it was just their normal taps, which are listed on the sugar maple site.
     
  9. ajzy

    ajzy Devotee (457) Jun 15, 2011 Wisconsin
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    there were a couple of other things they put on specially for the occasion I believe, i.e. 2011 Olde Gnarlywine
     
  10. jjheinrichs

    jjheinrichs Initiate (0) Apr 13, 2010 Wisconsin

    Anyone know if there's a list of what the silent auctions ended up at?
     
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  11. jakethesnake9z9z

    jakethesnake9z9z Initiate (179) Mar 5, 2009 Wisconsin
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    I would be pretty interested in seeing the final settling price for the Rare, 1414 + Fifteen, or for the BCBVS + BCBCS. Especially when the money is for a great cause too, I figured bidding would get up pretty high. When I left a couple hours before the end, I think all of those were at least $100... :slight_smile:
     
  12. ajzy

    ajzy Devotee (457) Jun 15, 2011 Wisconsin
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    I won the Rare--paid 135 for it:slight_frown:

    I keep telling myself it was for charity
     
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  13. tclang

    tclang Aspirant (200) Nov 11, 2011 Wisconsin
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    The 5 sets of CBS/Bolt Cutter went for $75-85 each. 1414/15 went for $115. I lost out on the BCBVS & BCBCS and The Bruery 4-pack and my last bid for each was $90.
     
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