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Re: Access to BT Antique Collection and Pappy Collection

Unread postby gauze » Tue Sep 18, 2012 10:56 pm

hm it's only a 5 hour ride down to NJ ;)
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Re: Access to BT Antique Collection and Pappy Collection

Unread postby Roscoe » Thu Jan 17, 2013 5:46 pm

We, in NJ, are just receiving our allocation tomorrow. It is a bit disappointing though, I was expecting more. From the PO it looks like we will get 2 cases and 1 btl of 23, 2 cs and 2 btl of 20, 2 btls of 15, 2 cs and 1 btl of 12. No 10 at all. Plus, 2 cs and 1 btl of Stagg, 1 cs and 1btl of Handy, 1 cs and 1btl of Sazerac 18 and 4 btls of Sazerac 6 yr.

I reserve it for only our best customers (after I get mine of course) and never put it on the shelf. We have guys around here that will gobble up all they can and sell it on ebay, never to be seen again until the next release. They'll do the same with allocated beer.

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Re: Access to BT Antique Collection and Pappy Collection

Unread postby Bourbon Joe » Thu Jan 17, 2013 9:24 pm

Roscoe wrote:
We have guys around here that will gobble up all they can and sell it on ebay, never to be seen again until the next release.

Roscoe


Not anymore. No more liquor sales on E-Bay. I hope they rot with it.
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Re: Access to BT Antique Collection and Pappy Collection

Unread postby EllenJ » Sat Jan 19, 2013 6:51 pm

Bourbon Joe wrote:... No more liquor sales on E-Bay. I hope they rot with it.

It was the kids, Joe.
I would have done the same thing if there were an internet when I was seventeen.
So would you.
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Re: Access to BT Antique Collection and Pappy Collection

Unread postby Squire » Sun Jan 20, 2013 1:52 pm

An advantage(?) of growing up in a Dry State was since liquor was illegal for everyone the bootleggers would sell to anybody. Two weeks after I turned 15 and got my driver's license I drove to the bootlegger across the river and bought a fifth of J.W. Dant BIB. We all drank whisky until we finally turned 18 and could buy a beer.
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Re: Access to BT Antique Collection and Pappy Collection

Unread postby gauze » Wed Jan 23, 2013 11:15 am

pretty sure I'm never seeing pappy or stagg again. I didn't even see saz18 this year :/

everyone go back to drinking beer and vodka, please.
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