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    Date Posted: Sun May 12 19:35:09 2013

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    Email: bcextra2009@gmail.com
    Date Posted: Tue Oct 9 15:42:45 2012

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    Date Posted: Mon Jul 18 19:38:10 2011

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    Date Posted: Tue Dec 1 00:10:58 2009

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    Email: wendy1tiki@aol.com
    Date Posted: Sun Nov 22 13:18:44 2009

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    Date Posted: Wed Oct 7 13:19:21 2009

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    Posted By: tha Dog
    Email: lokee901@aim.com
    Date Posted: Tue Sep 29 10:35:28 2009

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    Posted By: tom
    Email: labtek77@yahoo.com
    Date Posted: Wed Jun 3 19:18:00 2009

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    Email: labtek77@yahoo.com
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    Posted By: Bob Wood
    Email: bob71ca@sbcglobal.net
    Date Posted: Mon Apr 21 16:29:57 2008

    Yes, i'm dumping them! I sell German pewter itemssteins etc, so it never really made any sense to sell Beer Stein Books on my website. The Beer Stein Book - Kirsner - 3RD Edition - was 9.00 - now 7.95 The Mettlach Book - Kirsner - 4Th Edition - was 9.00 - now 3.95 Flat rate shipping .95 per order. Shipped the next day! Any questions, email or call 714545-3810 http://tradeshowpewter.com/beersteinbook.htm
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    Email: bob71ca@sbcglobal.net
    Date Posted: Mon Apr 21 16:26:37 2008

    Yes, i'm dumping them! I sell German pewter itemssteins etc, so it never really made any sense to sell Beer Stein Books on my website. The Beer Stein Book - Kirsner - 3RD Edition - was 9.00 - now 7.95 The Mettlach Book - Kirsner - 4Th Edition - was 9.00 - now 3.95 Flat rate shipping .95 per order. Shipped the next day! Any questions, email or call 714545-3810 http://tradeshowpewter.com/beersteinbook.htm
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    Date Posted: Mon Mar 17 15:55:39 2008

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    Email: bob71ca@sbcglobal.net
    Date Posted: Sat Jan 5 18:54:33 2008

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    Email: bob71ca@sbcglobal.net
    Date Posted: Sat Jan 5 18:51:35 2008

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    Date Posted: Fri Oct 12 19:32:55 2007

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    Posted By: Molly O.
    Email: OMolly75@yahoo.com
    Date Posted: Thu Oct 11 21:02:27 2007

    I hate paying eight bucks or more for a six-pack of “premium” beer that only traveled a few hundred miles to get to my glass. I hate having my pocket picked by second-rate American bathtub brewers who have somehow gotten hold of bottles to fill with their adulterant-laden sewer water. I hate going to a bar and hearing that the “imported” drafts cost twice as much as the domestics, only to find that the bar is classifying Blue Moon, Widmer, Sam Adams, etc in the import price range. But most of all, I hate seeing other people buying this crap in bulk. It’s being made right here in America, folks. It didn’t have to cross any oceans or national borders to get to your supermarket, and yet you’re paying well over a dollar per bottle. In the case of Dogfish Head, North Coast and Alaskan, you’re paying a lot more. I want you to help me make the price of American beer drop. It’s unfair and shameful that American beers are able to hold their own in the marketplace against imported classics that are cheaper and better. All you have to do is stop buying domestic beer unless it costs a dollar per bottle or less. Six dollars a six-pack is enough to pay for something that was bussed over from Golden, Colorado or Portland, Oregon. I’ll bet you have a brewery near enough to you to drive over and pick up your own beer, and it still costs as much as something from England or Germany. Well… I won’t pay it. Neither should you. If we keep the lines of communication open we can keep each other posted on the locations of reasonably-priced beers in our cities. That way we can all help each other find something good to drink that doesn’t cost a fortune. With any luck, American brewers will get the hint and lower their prices. At the very least, we’ll hurt them where it counts: in the big, fat bank accounts they’ve built by making you drink the swill they cooked up in their kitchen sink. I’ll start: At Lee’s Discount Liquor, Las Vegas, Spaten Optimator is going for .50 a 6-pack. At the Whole Foods in Henderson, Kulmbacher Eisbock costs about .50 a bottle. That’s really good when you consider that it’s 9.2% alcohol and that disgusting Sam Adams Triple Bock garbage costs .99 for an 11-oz bottle and tastes like filthy motor oil. 16-oz drafts at the Ellis Island Casino here in Las Vegas cost a dollar, and their Hefeweissen is pretty good. HOWEVER, at Dick’s Last Resort at the Excalibur casino, Sin City drafts cost somewhere between five and seven dollars. I was outraged, but I forgot the exact price. Last time I was in Clearwater, FL I heard the owner of the World of Beer say he was opening up an 800-beer bar in the Tampa area where everything costs the package price and not a penny more. Okay… your turn. Write me back and let me know where the good deals and the bad deals are near you. I’ll keep an open list. Write me at dodds_hi_skule_stoodint@hotmail.com. Butch T. The Robin Hood of beer
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    Date Posted: Sun Sep 9 14:43:50 2007

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    Email: freddy.gridelet@sgsi.ucl.ac.be
    Date Posted: Sun Jun 3 10:54:23 2007

    I am looking for an installation manual for a Century Brewery 10 barrel system. My friends bought this system that has been sitting in storage for a decade. Unfortunately, the installation manuals are missing. And, Century Brewery has gone out of business. Anyone out there have a manual for this system?
    Posted By: Cathy
    Email: cbarsukoff@yahoo.com
    Date Posted: Mon Jun 12 13:31:13 2006

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    Posted By: Ron and Shellie
    Email: soldierbraveantiques@yahoo.com
    Date Posted: Sun Jun 5 01:09:22 2005

    I saw Saloons Bars Cigar Stores at Jesus De La Luz, The Soap Plant, Wacko, all the same space or store on Hollywood Blvd near Vermont, basically East Hollywood, the funk soul zone. It's close to where my Dad grew up in Echo Park. As I'm getting older I'm getting more interested in history, history of my family and where they lived, how they lived. It's a pretty fun adventure. I know one of my Grandpa's favorite drinks was a hi-ball. He worked for the DWP, the Chinatown source. He designed piping and canal from Mono Lake watershead to Crowley Lake where it was send down the Owens Valley to LA. I'm an enviromentalist, my Grandpa died before the term was coined. My great uncle Harry Schade sold insurance to Chinatown businesses. Anyway, when I saw this book I saw the places my granpa and his friends hung out in, smoking, chewing drinking. I ordered this book mid December I haven't got it yet or an explanation why. Now I wish I bought it at the Soap Plant, a very cool place. My karma has bit me for not supporting my local business. AnyHow, I love beer wine, not so much liquor, tho I have some tequila once in a while. Cheers to you all and have a great adventure, it's the only one ya get! May you drink the beer you enjoy for the rest of your years! Ron
    Posted By: Ron Wilkinson
    Email: ronwilkinson50@aol.com
    Date Posted: Wed Jan 8 22:35:33 2003

    Hi, I'm trying to research beer and brewery culture the folks, not the yeast for a novel I'm writing that's set in a brewery. I'd be super appreciative if anyone could recommend books, articles and actual humans who'd be good resources for anecdotes, etc. Thanks, Paul Abercrombie
    Posted By: Paul Abercrombie
    Email: paber@tampabay.rr.com
    Date Posted: Thu Jan 18 18:08:37 2001

    Just bought American Beer Trucks by Donald Wood. What a cool book! There's nothing else out there like this, that I know of. Highly recommended.
    Posted By: Bill Carlisle
    Email: bcarlisle@earthlink.net
    Date Posted: Tue Nov 14 15:53:39 2000

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