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Hunahpu vs Cherry Rye

Discussion in 'Beer Trading Talk' started by Naterobsnyk4, Mar 16, 2013.

  1. Naterobsnyk4

    Naterobsnyk4 Jan 25, 2012 New York

    Genuinely curious about the trade value of these two vs each other.

    Obviously huna was a brewery only release and cherry rye was distributed rather vastly.

    Saw quite a few ISO:FT with these two on each side of things.
  2. 7clutch

    7clutch Sep 14, 2012 Florida
    Beer Trader

    From those I spoke to, it sounds like the most common Huna trade has been for the cherry (which of course is the obvious conclusion from your comment). For those of us who stayed late at the Huna release, we could get basically as much as we could haul back to our vehicles (or, as in my case, as much as we could afford). So I guess that offsets the brewery only release thing and the thin albeit vast distribution of the cherry. And then Huna is incredible and although I haven't had the cherry I've heard it's amazing from those whose palates I trust, so it sounds like a trade both parties would be pleased with.
  3. MykelJH

    MykelJH Aug 3, 2011 California

    I think this trade is becoming tougher by the day
  4. yeahnatenelson

    yeahnatenelson Feb 8, 2010 Illinois
    Beer Trader

    Einstein died before he could calculate the Huna-ChurryRye constant. I don't think you'll find an accurate estimate from the peanut gallery here.
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  5. cavedave

    cavedave Mar 12, 2009 New York
    Beer Trader

    I can tell you taste wise Huna has it all over Cherry. Value is no longer dependent on taste nowadays, though, so this may not be relevant
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  6. gpawned

    gpawned Jun 5, 2012 Illinois
    Beer Trader

    I've seen some ISO:FTs for these two beers (in both directions). This one all comes down to finding the right person.
    woodchopper likes this.
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