Red Poppy in OC

Discussion in 'Pacific' started by Tenchi221, Mar 24, 2012.

  1. Tenchi221

    Tenchi221 Feb 8, 2010 California
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    has anyone seen red poppy show up anywhere yet?
     
  2. ryno09

    ryno09 May 1, 2010 California

    For the 2012 batch, try before you buy.
     
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  3. Tenchi221

    Tenchi221 Feb 8, 2010 California
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    that doesnt exactly sound like a glowing review.. hehe.. i'll be sure to try one before purchasing in mass quantities
     
  4. unitmonster

    unitmonster May 17, 2011 California

    I believe most cities in Orange County get sewer water. Zing.
     
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  5. ahpark

    ahpark Dec 31, 2008 California

    Yeah, if you're gonna buy a bottle, you should probably do so with the intent of cellaring it for at least a few months.
     
  6. Tenchi221

    Tenchi221 Feb 8, 2010 California
    Subscriber Beer Trader

    i still have 4 2011.. maybe i should open one of those tomorrow to see how it's aged..
     
  7. pmarlowe

    pmarlowe Nov 27, 2010 District of Columbia
    Beer Trader

    Does the sewer smell fade with some age?

    I thought it smelled fine after about 10 horrible minutes.
     
  8. Tenchi221

    Tenchi221 Feb 8, 2010 California
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    lmao.. is it really that bad?
     
  9. SHODriver

    SHODriver Aug 13, 2010 Louisiana
    Beer Trader

    I guess this explains why the release kept getting pushed back. "Whims of the barrels" in this case must mean, "until we need the space or the nose improves."
     
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