DL '13

Discussion in 'Trade Talk' started by SournRare, Apr 11, 2013.

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  1. SournRare

    SournRare (0) Dec 2, 2012 Michigan

    I just saw 2 DL '13 (pre) trade for 2 Cherry Ryes.

    Are these the kinds of things DL can pull after DLD?....what does DL usually pull after DLD?

    I just didnt think '13 DL would pull Cherry Rye that's all.

    Cheers!
     
  2. abecall98

    abecall98 (0) Aug 11, 2007 California
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    Only fools pretrade for Dark Lord.
     
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  3. OakedCanuck

    OakedCanuck (0) Jun 23, 2009 Washington

    FTFY
     
  4. SubpoenaDeuces

    SubpoenaDeuces (0) Feb 3, 2011 California

    The resident authority on Darklord pretrades is Spottedzombie, he will arrive shortly.
     
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  5. stxSS07

    stxSS07 (0) Nov 23, 2010 Illinois

    Beaten to the punch by SubDoo.

    Sh#t.
     
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  6. Greenplastic615

    Greenplastic615 (0) Nov 4, 2008 Pennsylvania
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    Personally, I'd say DL for Cherry 1:1 is pretty fair. I much prefer Cherry to DL, but it's certainly not an unreasonable trade.
     
  7. ABisonEgo

    ABisonEgo (0) Jan 31, 2012 Illinois

    I dont know... ~2000 bottle count ever as opposed to 24,000 anually? Sounds like cherry wins. But as shown in the op, some people really love some dark lord
     
  8. Greenplastic615

    Greenplastic615 (0) Nov 4, 2008 Pennsylvania
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    Is the number for Cherry really that low? I thought it was more like 10k, but I never saw any kind of official bottle count so I was just guessing. If that's the case then I definitly agree with you.
     
  9. OddNotion

    OddNotion (0) Nov 1, 2009 New Jersey

    Where did you get bottle count on a Bourbon County beer? I have a hard time believing it was only 2,000 as GI has a pretty big footprint and it was not insanely hard to come by.
     
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  10. SubpoenaDeuces

    SubpoenaDeuces (0) Feb 3, 2011 California

    Cherry Rye vs. Darklord is like watching the school bully fight your abusive stepfather. You kinda just hope that they kill one another so you can live in peace.

    2000 bottles of Cherry? no way, if we are using November 2012 stats it was far less than that, 52 cases as I recall. On an unrelated note, people have been super dilligent because 337 people have listed it as a got, solid 17% of the bottles are up for trade.
     
  11. Greenplastic615

    Greenplastic615 (0) Nov 4, 2008 Pennsylvania
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    Yeah, I know of at least 4-5 places in PA that got a case (and another 1-2 places in NJ), and I can't believe that the Philly 'burbs would've gotten 10% of the overall allotment.
     
  12. ABisonEgo

    ABisonEgo (0) Jan 31, 2012 Illinois

    i have 8 bottles and my higest numbered bottle is early 1900's and i have 4 otheres in the 1800's!
     
  13. ABisonEgo

    ABisonEgo (0) Jan 31, 2012 Illinois

    i mean, that is the bottle number listed after the date, right!? or am i a complete idiot
     
  14. SubpoenaDeuces

    SubpoenaDeuces (0) Feb 3, 2011 California

    u good, there were 2010 bottles of Vanilla and Rare, and depending on the release 2010, 2011, and 2012 bottles of Coffee.

    :stuck_out_tongue:
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    :grimacing:
    :grimacing: :grimacing:
     
  15. Treebs

    Treebs (0) Apr 18, 2011 Illinois

    GI doesn't put bottle numbers on any of their beers. Rare is the only bottle that was numbered.
     
  16. CMB2012

    CMB2012 (0) Nov 26, 2008 Colorado

    I got confused about this when I first got King Henry. I think the numbers are just a time stamp or whatever. I had two with the same number.
     
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  17. aasher

    aasher (0) Jan 27, 2010 Indiana
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    Definitely more than 2,000 bottles of Cherry Rye. Indiana got around 20 cases. My store got two of them. Obviously Chicago got the bulk of it. Maybe Vav can chime in and say what Chicago got.
     
  18. jmarsh123

    jmarsh123 (0) Mar 31, 2010 Indiana
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    Definitely trades for less than that. I replied to that ISO within minutes and the OP had already received multiple responses.
     
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