Founders imp stout and breakfast stout and dark horse plead the fifth in twin cities

Discussion in 'Midwest' started by wisconsinbeer1, Jun 4, 2012.

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  1. wisconsinbeer1

    wisconsinbeer1 Aspirant (206) Nov 11, 2004 Wisconsin
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    Wondering if anybody has seen any of these on the eastern side of the twin cities or western wi lately. Thanks.
     
  2. wuuin

    wuuin Initiate (145) May 16, 2007 Minnesota

    I would be extremely shocked (and extremely jealous) if you located some Founders Imperial Stout or Breakfast Stout.
     
  3. TomClem

    TomClem Initiate (8) Mar 7, 2012 Nebraska
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    Founders Imp Stout is on their release calendar for January.
    Breakfast stout is Sept - Dec. I'd doubt there would be any hanging on a lonely shelf anymore.
    Good luck with your hunt.
     
  4. minnesotaryan

    minnesotaryan Initiate (0) Dec 27, 2010 Minnesota

    I have several singles of the imp stout and plead the 5th I could be willing to trade
     
  5. wisconsinbeer1

    wisconsinbeer1 Aspirant (206) Nov 11, 2004 Wisconsin
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    Thanks for all the help and offers but I was actually able to track down a couple stores where I can find some of each of those I was looking for still. Really appreciate it though.
     
  6. wuuin

    wuuin Initiate (145) May 16, 2007 Minnesota

    name names!
     
  7. Cyclone8

    Cyclone8 Devotee (415) Oct 19, 2011 Minnesota
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    Heritage has a ton of Pt5.
     
  8. Steasy66

    Steasy66 Disciple (336) Feb 23, 2012 Minnesota
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    As mentioned, Heritage has a lifetime supply of Pt5. I also saw some singles of Breakfast Stout there last week but they are probably gone by now.
     
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