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Belgium Visiting 4/26-5-11. Looking to set up a IP trade

Discussion in 'Europe' started by Alucard4, Apr 18, 2013.

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  1. Alucard4

    Alucard4 Initiate (142) Oct 1, 2010 California

    Hey guys I will be visiting Copenhagen 4/26-4/30, Antwerp 5/1-5/6, and Bruxelles 5/7-5/11. I have a few bottles to trade

    Churchill's Finest Hour 2013
    Chocolate Rain Batch 1
    Others possibly

    I am looking for a few beers that I have never had the fortune to try and at this point probably won't so here is the list

    Crianza
    Jean Chris Nomad
    Framboos
    50n4e
    Roze
    Blauw
    Drie Font 50th anniversary and Millennium
    LH12(I know huge long shot)
    Alexander Rodenbach(also looking for the glass)

    I'm not sure if either those bottles Interest anyone but I would love to try and work out a deal. I do have others I could offer up as well. Shoot me a message.

    Cheers
     
  2. Morningstorm

    Morningstorm Initiate (0) Jun 29, 2011 Netherlands

  3. beerpirates

    beerpirates Defender (676) May 4, 2010 Belgium
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    Good luck ,
    Most of the beers that you want are nearly impossible to get
    At de heeren van liedekercke they don't sell them anymore for take away ( roos sold out , blauw , crianza , rodenbach alexander ) but You can drink them there ( except roos )
    Blauw and crianza are 125 € to drink at de heeren
    LH 12 at chez moeder lambic fontainas , not for take away , to drink there for 250 € !! ( for a flat beer that dosn't even taste very good)
     
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  4. riko

    riko Aspirant (208) Jan 18, 2008 California
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    The nerve of these Americans and their trade proposals :stuck_out_tongue:
     
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  5. DStoked

    DStoked Aspirant (257) Sep 28, 2011 Ohio
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    I'm planning to go to De Heeren Van Liedekercke on my trip, but damn, €125 for a bottle is tough (€250 just nuts, wouldn't go there). There are actually 2 different prices on their site, so I'm a little confused which is correct.

    Thing is, they can't be much better than the more easily available Cantillon and DF stuff. But I do understand the thrill of drinking unobtanium. I'll have to figure out if I can stomach it.

    A 2010 review of Moeder Lambic Fontainas said they had Cantillon Pinot D'Aunis for €35. Don't know if that price has changed, but that seems like the best value of the bunch to me.
     
  6. Jwale73

    Jwale73 Poo-Bah (3,561) Aug 15, 2007 Rhode Island
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    Fointainas had Hommage and some vintage DF Oude Gueuze on their bottle list. Hommage was 50 euro if I recall.
     
  7. Alucard4

    Alucard4 Initiate (142) Oct 1, 2010 California

    Thanks guys for all the info and help. Looks like I will not be trading for or drinking Blauw or crianza as I just can't bring my self to spend $170 on a bottle of beer.

    Cheers
     
  8. Dennoman

    Dennoman Initiate (0) Aug 20, 2011 Belgium

    I saw the haves and wants, and I was like "lol".

    No offence to you specifically, but this is getting more and more ridiculous.
     
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  9. SStein

    SStein Zealot (509) Dec 26, 2012 Colorado
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    I want all of your aged whales, some of which aren't released in your country and I willing to try Bud Lime.
     
  10. DStoked

    DStoked Aspirant (257) Sep 28, 2011 Ohio
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    Dennoman, I'm coming to Belgium in 3 weeks, and I can't wait to find you and drink all your whales.
     
  11. mrkrispy

    mrkrispy Initiate (0) Apr 5, 2006 California


    I agree! How dare these tourists come to Belgium with their very rare, expensive, small batch craft beers trying to trade for other very rare, not very expensive, small batch craft beers! Insanity!
     
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  12. Alucard4

    Alucard4 Initiate (142) Oct 1, 2010 California


    LULZ I looked at your wants/gots and I have at least 30 of your wants but forgive me for not keeping my BA cellar list up to date and i am currently drinking this shelf turd. Stupid americans [​IMG]
     
  13. Dennoman

    Dennoman Initiate (0) Aug 20, 2011 Belgium

    I admit, I was a tad harsh :wink: I guess the grass is greener on the other side of the fence.

    That being said, they can all be had at the right places if you know them I suppose, but you'll fork out a lot of cash for them.

    LH12 is €180 instead of €250 I think, if that makes anyone feel remotely better.
     
  14. beerpirates

    beerpirates Defender (676) May 4, 2010 Belgium
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    6 weeks ago it was 250 € !
    That included a bottle of zwanze 2010 to start with and a starter ( plate with some cheese )
     
  15. Dennoman

    Dennoman Initiate (0) Aug 20, 2011 Belgium

    Wow, seriously? Price setting keeps getting worse and worse then.
     
  16. Brabander

    Brabander Initiate (0) Oct 10, 2009 Netherlands

    And that is why i say that that geuze is no beer for straight guys. A straight guy does not like to be f#cked...hahahaha.

    Thijs
     
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