Moving a Cellar...

Discussion in 'Cellaring Beer' started by EFaden, Jan 13, 2018.

  1. EFaden

    EFaden

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    Anyone ever move a cellar?

    I am going to be moving during the summer. I know movers can't take beer, not that I would trust them with it... and my car can't fit it all. I thought about renting a uhaul or something, but am worried it will get too hot.

    Thoughts?
     
  2. tosh

    tosh

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    I would agree that you should take it with you.

    Leaving it behind would be crazy.
     
  3. Brubaker

    Brubaker Triple Double Diamond Platinum Club Member Contributor

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    This is not a difficult thing. Put your beer in boxes. Put your boxes in a vehicle of some sort. Maneuver said vehicle from point A to point B. Remove the boxes from the vehicle and carry them inside point B. Remove beer from boxes. Go on living.
     
  4. rrrjjj

    rrrjjj

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    Leave it behind for the next guy
     
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  5. tikk

    tikk

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    You can rent my van if you need be.
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    You can't see it, but I have a bitchin painting on the side and a mattress in the back. I'm just not going anywhere near Rochester with it. The Erie canal flooding would be an upgrade on that city.
     
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  6. trickytunadicky

    trickytunadicky

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    Christ I am never moving.
     
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  7. sherm1016

    sherm1016

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    Movers can take beer. It’s a personal possession. If they refuse to, they’re assholes, and you should get different movers. Also, they are insured, although probably only to the purchase price of the bottle. No secondary market bullshit. You’ll have to be forthcoming with the contents though. Just go to the packy and get a bunch of boxes to put your beer in. I’d wrap in paper - packing paper (like you’d wrap glasses or dishes in) is dirt cheap at Home Depot or OfficeMax.

    Also, get an avatar.
     
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  8. pmoney

    pmoney

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    Start drinking.