Might I suggest a spring swap?
Due to the overdue need for a swap, (sorry for dropping the ball during the winter:-)), can I suggest a springtime May beer swap?
Rules are the same as before, 4-6 bottles, homebrew, cider, mead, wine, and optional local favorites. Feedback and discussions welcome.
I will say deadline for sign up is Sunday May 13th, I will anounce the pairings shortly thereafter, then deadline to ship is May 24th.
If you want to be in, just post in this thread "I'm in" and you wil be paired.
I'll start. I am in like Flynn
Can't resist. I'm in.
What, just the five of us? C'mon people! Trust me, you want in on this!
Yeah, dudes, this is good stuff.
I still have some garam masala Begian IPA, some orange infused black IPA on vanilla, and a slight chance I may be bottling the 4 year kriek project soon.
Possibly an oaked RIS, and an oaked old ale as well.
I've bottled my signiture Cranberry Cider, and a dry sparkling cider that I hope should be sparkled by shipping deadline. Also have access to a plethera of north east New England microbreweries that are likely difficult to find south of Connecticut or West of Vermont. Cider's are wine level drinks, and you'd be getting 750 ml bottles, I didn't have time for 12 ozers this year!
I abashed! Ruralbrew? Andrew? Where is everybody? Is no one brewing these days? Couplebeers?
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I'm leery to commit at this point. With Big Brew Day this Saturday and softball starting in addition to not brewing quite as often my finished beer quantities are down a bit and most of what is around are lagers that are still a month or two out.
Well I can't say I don't feel you. The middle of winter brew swap that never happened I wanted to participate but didn't have anything bottled worth drinking. Just a case or two of that winter brew I sent you and the fussal alcohols in that are so hot I think it's only good for making beer bread. Oh well.
I would like to participate, but I am kind of short on beer at the moment. Having a hard time to find the ambition to get out and brew, but if I don't soon, it is going to be a pretty dry summer around here. I have 5 bottles left of an all extract amber that turned out pretty good, I could save a couple bottles of them and fill in with some local beers.
I am not sure if there is anything out this way anyone would want to try, but if that would work count me in.
If you include some of your own brew, sounds good.
If you're in, you're in.
Two days left to sign up, so far there are only six of us (I'm assuming ruralbrew is in though he posted with something of a question mark) If you didn't participate in the last one you should try it out, it's pretty great!
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