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Jan 23 09 12:54 AM
Punished by fines and gouts
Jan 23 09 1:04 AM
buttered popcorn piss
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Moderator Thus Spoke Zarathustra
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you better call me sledgehammer
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Jan 23 09 11:20 AM
I love how karpis says 'thoses' with the true french canada stylezz
Jan 23 09 5:10 PM
good looks, looks good
05049 exp, fresh
I want one of those ten percenters, don't care what one, I'll figure out the shipping shit, i've shipped things to denmark, canada should be no
get me your address
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Jan 24 09 11:45 PM
Stern, but fair.
Jan 26 09 12:42 AM
By this time the black 211 had found a market in the NW which was large enough to continue to justify manufacturing it. Since the closing of the oly brewery
all black 211 40s are now made in irwindale ca and distributed in the NW.
Why black 211 cans randomnly pop up around the US is what I would be more interested in having explained.
The west coast OE was also a oly brewery product. I have no idea why the recipe was different but I believe it to be related to regional preferences, the
availablity of lower alcohol malts (sub 7%) in the NW is almost non-existant (mickey's is the only one I can think of that is not that hard to find). This
is also now produced in irwindale and I believe just something miller continued because it was already established and accepted. The NW also has quite high
liquor taxes which likely helps with the success of the comparitively cheap high alcohol malts.
This leaves me with no explination for why wc BB was discontinued though other than the fact that seattle was one of the biggest markets for the brew and
the city made it very hard for it to buy.
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