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Silva Stout & Sleepin’ with Shaggy Release Party

Discussion in 'Pacific' started by JustXBeer, Jan 3, 2013.

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  1. pmarlowe

    pmarlowe Nov 27, 2010 District of Columbia
    Beer Trader

    Anyone have insight as to why they kept Shaggy in barrels for 4 years? Seems like a very long time.

    I had it last year at the SDBW Silva Stout release and thought it was awesome, so I'm looking forward to trying it again.
     
  2. CommanderOfAwesome

    CommanderOfAwesome Aug 30, 2012 California

    Shame this beer is release party only. Would love to get my hands on one.
     
  3. queens1130

    queens1130 Nov 21, 2008 California
    Beer Trader

    In response to asking about bottle purchase post release event:

    "Due to the limited quantity available, we are not planning to release the bottles after the event. We plan to assess the remaining quantity after the event and we may do some small events later in the year, but nothing is planned as of yet. For now - the only way to secure a bottle would be to attend the event."

    This = sad panda :( bummer about having to work that day!
     
  4. Dchlocal

    Dchlocal Jun 1, 2011 California

    Anyone know what size bottles they are? 22 or 12 or 750ml?
     
  5. pmarlowe

    pmarlowe Nov 27, 2010 District of Columbia
    Beer Trader

    12oz.
     
  6. Chebyshev

    Chebyshev Mar 13, 2011 California

    Question for people who have already bought tickets:

    What form do the tickets come in? I would like to buy tickets for a friend who lives in SD, but I need to know if I can buy them for her or if I have to give her money to buy them herself.
     
  7. sandiego67

    sandiego67 Feb 25, 2008 California

    They have the name of the person who bought them on the ticket but I don't know if they are transferable.
     
  8. JustXBeer

    JustXBeer Nov 29, 2012 California
    Beer Trader

    The tickets for the Silva Stout & Sleepin’ with Shaggy Release Party only just states who paid for it. The Ticket is emailed to you in a .pdf from eventbrite.
     
  9. JustXBeer

    JustXBeer Nov 29, 2012 California
    Beer Trader

    Looks like Event Ticket w/ 4 pack Silva is more popular than Sleepin'
    [​IMG]
     
  10. buzze40

    buzze40 Mar 9, 2010 Illinois

    Confirm the previous note. NO bottles after the release!

    I emailed and heres the answer.....
    A special bottle release is planned for the Tasting Room in San Diego on Jan 28th. It is not being bottled to distribute. It will be (on rare occasion) served on draft at special events both in and out of San Diego. If you are able to make it to the event in San Diego – tickets are available via EventBrite right now, but are almost sold out!
     
  11. MacJenkins

    MacJenkins Feb 14, 2012 Michigan
    Beer Trader

    ISO: Sleepin w/ Shaggy 4 pack. Message me if interested.
     
  12. riko

    riko Jan 18, 2008 California
    Beer Trader

    So how was the party? How does the new Silva Stout compare the the last batch? How was Reepin with Raggy?
     
  13. ryno09

    ryno09 May 1, 2010 California

    I thought Silva is as good as the first release and Shaggy is awesome stuff. Food was no more than a snack, which I'm sure frustrated everyone there.
     
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  14. funkel81

    funkel81 Jan 23, 2011 Colorado
    Beer Trader

    the food part was crap...everything else was great, especially finding out that more beer was available to purchase than originally advertised.
     
  15. walterfredo

    walterfredo Nov 22, 2011 California
    Beer Trader

    how much were the 4-packs of Silva?
     
  16. funkel81

    funkel81 Jan 23, 2011 Colorado
    Beer Trader

    ~65 for the first 4-pack, 20 for each additional
     
  17. nanobrew

    nanobrew Dec 31, 2008 California


    really??? damnit, this was one of the main reasons I passed. Now that I know there were extras...ISO: Silva and Shaggy
     
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  18. rmaste6282

    rmaste6282 Apr 30, 2009 California
    Beer Trader

    Yes, I think we all agree that it was much more worth going with the additional 4 packs that were available for purchase.
     
  19. evilc

    evilc Jan 27, 2012 California

    What I am I missing with Shaggy? I thought it was average at best. So blah I only bought half my allocation. ( already promised some to traders )

    Silva I found nothing special either.

    What. Am. I. Missing?

    Am I the only one underwhelmed?

    All I have been drinking the past week is BCBS, Black Note, and BBPt5. Silva I found very thin and lacking in depth compared to the others I mentioned.
     
  20. KevSal

    KevSal Oct 17, 2010 California
    Beer Trader

    anyone with bottles coming up to sf beer week let em know, im looking to do an ip trade for 1 of each
     
  21. ehammond1

    ehammond1 Jul 4, 2008

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  22. jtmartino

    jtmartino Dec 11, 2010 California
    Beer Trader

    Sounds like Green Flash, all right :)


    But seriously, the 4 packs are awesome. I'm fucking tired of everyone releasing bombers - 12 oz 4 packs are the way to go.
     
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  23. tyrsis

    tyrsis Mar 13, 2009 California
    Beer Trader

    I'm not a big GF fan, but both of these beers are great.
     
  24. MacNCheese

    MacNCheese Dec 10, 2011 California

    You're a Level 10 BA Ticker. Just not tickertastic enough if it's not gone through hyped expectation trade phenomenia.
     
  25. evilc

    evilc Jan 27, 2012 California

    Nah, I die for Alpine and it's insanely easy to get =)

    Had high expectations when I traded for Dark Lord last year - was the worst stout I've ever had!
     
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  26. MacNCheese

    MacNCheese Dec 10, 2011 California

    You're still a Lvl 10, you send your wife & kids on Alpine beer runs, whose beer is impossible for others to get.
     
  27. evilc

    evilc Jan 27, 2012 California

    She muled the GF event last night, pregnant.

    Wife deployment to Alpine again soon!
     
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  28. queens1130

    queens1130 Nov 21, 2008 California
    Beer Trader

    Pregnant & muling, now that's love
     
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  29. jtmartino

    jtmartino Dec 11, 2010 California
    Beer Trader

    You know what else was in barrels that long? Idiot's Drool, and look what happened with that one.

    [​IMG]
     
  30. Sebowski

    Sebowski Jan 11, 2010 California
    Beer Trader

    I thought this Silva was one of the best BA Stouts I've ever had. So much smooth bourbon flavors. I was pissed about the food, but happy about the extra buy-in opportunities. Also happy for the free tasters of Silva, Shaggy, and Flanders, plus full pour buys of those as well.

    I ended up with A LOT of Silva and I don't plan on trading any of it. So happy to have such a great BA Stout in a small format bottle. The fact that it is better than Bourbon County, Central Waters, et al... is only a bonus.
     
  31. pinkgrenade

    pinkgrenade Aug 19, 2011 California
    Beer Trader

    they ran out of beers they were supposed to be pouring for the event only, and food... and again no vegetarian options. i guess the event coordinator understood there was some vegetarian out cry but then nothing was done about it...

    meh
     
  32. Sebowski

    Sebowski Jan 11, 2010 California
    Beer Trader

    The food part was a complete fail. Long ass line for an appetizer that was billed as a dinner option, then they run out of tortillas, and have nothing to offer non-red meat eaters. I just wish they would have posted the menu before hand so the 4 of us would have stopped and ate something on the way.

    But, I'll say again, being able to buy all that extra unexpected awesome Silva Stout made it all worth it.
     
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  33. evilc

    evilc Jan 27, 2012 California

    I didn't even punch my card for the food. Every time I thought about it, I looked at the long ass line that moved 1 person per 5 minutes. Glad to hear it was nothing special.

    Loved Flanders, wish I made that release.
     
  34. riko

    riko Jan 18, 2008 California
    Beer Trader

    Has there ever been an event at an SD brewery where the food wasn't a fail?
     
  35. KaslD

    KaslD Nov 25, 2012 California

    There was a vegetarian option. There was a vegetarian in front of me that got it. Think you had to ask and it wasnt advertised.

    Not that you really missed out on much anyways. But showing up 10 minutes early meant no line for me!
     
  36. pinkgrenade

    pinkgrenade Aug 19, 2011 California
    Beer Trader

    it was a small tortilla with beans on top of it. guess it was better than the last release where the salad was pre plated with the salmon on top of it!
     
  37. KaslD

    KaslD Nov 25, 2012 California

    Wow! Yea you think they would have a fully vegetarian option considering where we live. Im surprised they dont have a vegan option either. But either way it sucked!! Lol. They should just do away with food altogether since they cant even get 1 version of it right.
     
  38. grilledsquid

    grilledsquid Jul 10, 2009 California
    Beer Trader

    This thread supports what a few of us have been saying all along, which is, "just gimme the damn beer!"
     
  39. sandiego67

    sandiego67 Feb 25, 2008 California

    I agree for the most part. The only one that lived up to any hype was the Stone 12.12.12 party. Besides the 11 pairings, they had some other appetizers/dips/finger foods that were much better than their normal fare.

    The event was pricey but I am glad I shelled out.

    Also, the Pizza Port buses to the Charger and Padre games never disappoint. All the beer you can ingest, a great tailgate with tons of BBQ and other food along with a round trip ride. Great value.
     
  40. KaslD

    KaslD Nov 25, 2012 California

    what?!? How much is this?!?
     
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