When is a Trade not a Trade. Well the Cheeseman was giving me and my family a tour of Tampa BEER, and we had space in Car so John joined us. He turned up with Beers for me, i had beers for Him. Nothing was planned but i think we both walked away smiling. SO thank for Trade. But even more for Joining the Trip. It made an Awsome day even better
One-for-one, in-person trade. On his way from Delray Beach to Orlando, John was nice enough to hop off I-95 at the Vero Beach exit long enough to share a beer with me that he had with him: Tempest Saison Du Pomme Fresh Gooseberry. A very nice saison from Scotland. Thanks a lot, John.
Iíve always enjoyed sharing beer with John. This time we did an in person trade to go along with our meet up. Easy, low key, and very enjoyable trade along with good beers. Canít wait to get together again.
In person trade in Des Moines. I gave locals and he was generous in return. Innis & Gunn Rum Cask, Cortland Sunrise Coffee Stout, River Horse Belgian Freeze Winter Ale and Nepenthe Lotus Eater. He also gave me a growler of a smoked rye from Cricket Hill to share with the locals.
John came to my house this past weekend where we shared some brews on my patio and he hooked me up with a growler of Bent River Dry Hopped Pale Ale as well as a bottle of Crickett Hill Reserve Barlywine. Thanks John
Iíve been remiss in not leaving trade feedback on a couple of in person trades. Back in July, John & myself met at Marthaís Exchange had a few beers then he hooked me up with a growler of Forest & Main Lumaire, which turned out to be excellent.