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So, I'm heading out to Grand Rapids and eventually Indianapolis for work this Monday on a four day trip. I'll have a rental car and will be making the drive down from Grand Rapids to Indianapolis on Wednesday and will be leaving out of there Thursday night. What breweries/shops should I try to visit? For reference, I have access to all the standard Founders/Bells/New Holland stuff down here in VA's distribution, but we don't get things like Jolly Pumpkin or Prarie. Never...
Late to the party, but that Balligator boot is absolutely incredible. Wish I wasn't saving for a honeymoon and still reeling from the ring purchase. Would love to own a pair of those beauties!
Thanks for the mention!This one has probably been posted previously, but I just had to put it up here again. Great deal on a killer pair of Ruby Shell Boots...http://www.styleforum.net/t/406029/carmina-ruby-shell-cordovan-balmoral-boots/0_50
Isn't the oude lambiek supposed to be flat/still? I thought that was pretty common with unblended lambics.I have a couple bottles of this, but have yet to pop one open, so I'm not quite sure as to how it is supposed to taste
Up for sale is an awesome pair of Herring Chestnut Leather and Tweed Wingtip Bluchers in a size 12F UK. I purchased these from their online site a while back, but they unfortunately do not fit me. Since they are currently residing in the US and since they have already been imported to the USA, this is a chance to pick up these awesome shoes without the hassle and expense of overseas importation (for you stateside folks at least). Purchase will include shoes, high-end trees...
That lizard is awesome. Rain or Simpson?
I'd consider going in for a walnut shell boot as well. The 13D and 12D experiments never worked out for me and the Daltons.
LOVE this beer. Nice!
I have definitely thought of doing the same and probably will. I have a pair of walnut Strand seconds that I adore, but would kill for a walnut Dalton that actually fits my foot. After owning a 13D and a 12D at separate times, it's become apparent that I would need a custom size for these boots. Unless the ebay gods smile down on me some magical day, it looks like my only hope is for AE to re-source the material.
Bon Chien is my favorite non-lambic sour beer and it's not even close. It's dry, very sour, and quite strong without being noticeably boozy. It also holds up and tastes great for years down the road. I have bottles dating back to 2006 in my closet, including a couple magnums. Just think of it as being similar to a good bottle of wine and the price will seem much less inflated to you. The craftsmanship that goes in to making it is completely worth the price and then some.
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