Bruery Wineification

Discussion in 'Beer Trading Help' started by dadavat, Oct 19, 2017.

  1. dadavat

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    How hard is this one to get? Would i be able to get one with local hops? I don't really hear too much about it. Any batch as long as they were all red wine grapes. I'm real into red wine grape beers and this one is at the top of my list.
     
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  2. preluderl

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    stakem you got any of these bad boys left?
     
  3. stakem

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    yes, multiples
    not sure which were red grapes though, all of them thus far?

    i can hook you up OP
     
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  4. preluderl

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    Don't say I never did nothin' for ya dadavat

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  5. dadavat

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    awesome, i'll send you a PM

    greatly appreciated! have you guys had this?
     
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  6. preluderl

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    I have not. I've always been a good bit more into their stouts than the sour stuff. Cause I'm about that #beetus life.
     
  7. stakem

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    Had what? Wineification/Vindictive or whatever its called now? Yeah...ive had every batch. They all are different in subtle ways. Ive enjoyed them because they are heavily BT forward with extra oak/vinous character. Some batches are better than others but I cant keep which is which straight in my head.

    Wut? Wineification isnt a sour, its black tuesday with a rediculous amount of grape must and different barrels
     
  8. preluderl

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    My bad. Shows how much I know about it... ha I thought it was an AWA.
     
  9. dadavat

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    yeah i was pretty sure it wasn't sour. i dont think i could handle an 18% sour beer.
     
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  10. preluderl

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    No one would make an 18% sour.




    Except maybe Draai Laag.
     
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  11. dadavat

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    don't give them any ideas
     
  12. The Ryan

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    Anyone have a Mother Funker? Asking for a friend
     
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  13. nhindian

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    Anyone have an Einers Folly?
     
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  14. stakem

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    Yes

    Unless my wife used the last bottle to make pickles
     
  15. stakem

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    And by pickles I mean poured the beer over cucumbers and watched them get destroyed like salt on a slug
     
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  16. Podunkparte

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    You realize this is a Bruery thread right?

    Hell, Roble Blanco was 15% and not an AWA, but tart nonetheless.
     
  17. wuntrikpony

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    Top 3 worst ever. That beer made me reevaluate my life.
     
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  18. Podunkparte

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    Huh, I actually kinda liked it.

    Wineification II though... undrinkable garbage IMO
     
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  19. franch

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    i also have these if anyone wants them i didn't read the thread thx

    oh stakem didn't you want my 100% cuir or something
     
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  20. stakem

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    cuir cotton and papiers, always and forever