Duckworth's 12/07/2013

Discussion in 'South-Atlantic' started by kell50, Dec 7, 2013.

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  1. kell50

    kell50 Champion (827) Jul 25, 2007 North Carolina

    Anyone else attending tomorrow? And if so, what are you planning on bringing to the bottle share?

    I'll be there with a 2011 Sexual Chocolate and a few other Imperials Stouts to share.

    Saturday, December 7th @ 11:00 am

    Doors open at 11am for a bottle share and a delicious pancake breakfast featuring Event Horizon Maple Syrup or Fresh Berry Compote with Hefe-Weizen Reduction. Flights of 2013 Event Horizon, 2012 Event Horizon, 2013 Lindley Park, and 2012 Lindley Park will also be available. Sampler Paddles will be $10.

    2013 Event Horizon bottles* will go on sale at 12pm - First come first serve, so be sure to get here early! Bottle price is $15 (limit 4 per person). *While supplies last.

    Additional Bottles* Available for Purchase:
    2012 Event Horizon (Limit 1 per person).
    2013 Lindley Park (Limit 2 per person).
    2012 Daniel Boone (Limit 1 per person).
    *While supplies last.

    Also Featuring On Draft:
    Event Horizon 2013 Cask
    Event Horizon 2013
    Event Horizon 2012
    Lindley Park 2013
    Lindley Park 2012
  2. abb610

    abb610 Disciple (307) Oct 14, 2010 North Carolina
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    Kentucky Ryed Chicken
    Broooo doooo
    Chasin freshies
  3. abb610

    abb610 Disciple (307) Oct 14, 2010 North Carolina
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    War mullet
    Pineapple bling
  4. scott10010

    scott10010 Initiate (48) Nov 21, 2011 North Carolina
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    I'll be there. Bringing an Eclipse Rye, a Parabola and a couple other things. Not sure what yet.
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