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post #5071 of 6980
shipping costs are killer with beer. it's like two bombers for a case
post #5072 of 6980
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Originally Posted by indesertum View Post

shipping costs are killer with beer. it's like two bombers for a case

Its worse when you buy online then trade and send your own box with fedex imo. I usually ship out 12-pints/bombers to chi for 18 bucks from boston.
post #5073 of 6980
Galt. Karma for pestering me last month.

Good thing it was on Amex bruh
post #5074 of 6980
just drank upright brewing captian beefheart.

Made with charred beef hearts

from their site

"Captain Beefheart is a collaborative brew between Jason McAdam of Burnside Brewing and Alex Ganum of Upright, both of whom can be described as meat enthusiasts. The idea behind Captain Beefheart was to create a complex beverage with savory flavors rooted in the kitchen. We started with a malty copper colored base and added Turkish bay leaf, long pepper, and sixty pounds of charred beef hearts to the kettle boil. Rounding it all out was a fermentation carried out by a soft finishing Scottish ale yeast. The beer drinks with pleasant aromatics from the spices and has a light minerality accentuated by the pound of salt also thrown in the kettle. 5.85%"
post #5075 of 6980
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Originally Posted by eglbc View Post

just drank upright brewing captian beefheart.

Made with charred beef hearts

from their site

"Captain Beefheart is a collaborative brew between Jason McAdam of Burnside Brewing and Alex Ganum of Upright, both of whom can be described as meat enthusiasts. The idea behind Captain Beefheart was to create a complex beverage with savory flavors rooted in the kitchen. We started with a malty copper colored base and added Turkish bay leaf, long pepper, and sixty pounds of charred beef hearts to the kettle boil. Rounding it all out was a fermentation carried out by a soft finishing Scottish ale yeast. The beer drinks with pleasant aromatics from the spices and has a light minerality accentuated by the pound of salt also thrown in the kettle. 5.85%"

 

eek.gif  That sounds like one of the most unique beers I have ever heard of.  I'll have to try and track that down.  How was it?

post #5076 of 6980
That sounds like a prank.
post #5077 of 6980

It doesn't sound right to me. That much protein floating around in the mix would wreak havoc.

post #5078 of 6980
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Galt. Karma for pestering me last month.

Good thing it was on Amex bruh

indeed - and now they've overcharged me by 5 bucks. what a fucking joke
post #5079 of 6980
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Originally Posted by munchausen View Post

That sounds like a prank.

 

A google search of "Captain Beefheart Beer" returns some legitimate looking results.

post #5080 of 6980
Beer was quite delicious. I would certainly recommend.
Wasnt overtly beefy, just a nice savory flavor, like a post roast meal aftertaste?
post #5081 of 6980
the fucking nerve of this company (letspour.com)...following up on my previous post here:

- 1/29 Order ships
- 1/30 My refund is $5 short, so I email them
- 1/31 They email me back, confirming that they made a mistake in issuing the refund. They then have the gall to ask if I want the refund issued as a credit to my account with them - no, I want it back on my credit card!
post #5082 of 6980
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Originally Posted by JohnGalt View Post

the fucking nerve of this company (letspour.com)...following up on my previous post here:

- 1/29 Order ships
- 1/30 My refund is $5 short, so I email them
- 1/31 They email me back, confirming that they made a mistake in issuing the refund. They then have the gall to ask if I want the refund issued as a credit to my account with them - no, I want it back on my credit card!

whoa bruh
post #5083 of 6980
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Originally Posted by JohnGalt View Post

the fucking nerve of this company (letspour.com)...following up on my previous post here:

- 1/29 Order ships
- 1/30 My refund is $5 short, so I email them
- 1/31 They email me back, confirming that they made a mistake in issuing the refund. They then have the gall to ask if I want the refund issued as a credit to my account with them - no, I want it back on my credit card!

 

 

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Originally Posted by ChicagoMediaMan View Post


whoa bruh

 

 

I keep thinking there's space for an online marketplace for craft beer. Hopefully someone can manage better than these guys.

post #5084 of 6980
Target had mr beer kits for $10

Soon I will have my own 2 gallons of budweiser knockoff to enjoy!
post #5085 of 6980

 

 

(OK, I'm saving that for another night).

 

Slowly drinking a Bourbon County (Goose Island) 2012 - after the InBev takeover. Still delicious.

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