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    Victory Dark Intrigue

    Had one of these last night, mmmmmmm

    It's their Storm King stout aged in bourbon barrels, 750ml bottle, pricey but worth it!

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    It's great stuff.
    Went to the release a while back, and grabbed a case.
    Not sure what you're paying, but it's about $14/bottle around here, which isn't too bad.
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    The Storm King stout is good I can only imagine if they bourbon barrel aged it, would make it even better. The golden monkey is one of the first craft beers i had. It knocked me on my ass, and i loved it.Will have to try to find some of these bad boys
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    I'm a victory fan. I haven't tried this one yet though. Adding it to the list
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    I just had a glass of regular storm king on Saturday at a great craft beer pub in downtown Long Beach called "Congregation Ale House". I bet the oak would do wonders to mellow the beer out a bit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Klurejr View Post
    I just had a glass of regular storm king on Saturday at a great craft beer pub in downtown Long Beach called "Congregation Ale House". I bet the oak would do wonders to mellow the beer out a bit.
    Yeah the storm king is a bitter stout, usually prefer something a little smoother unless I'm in the mood for an IPA. The Dark intrigue still had that bite but with a nice bourbon finish to it, bet it would mellow out if you let the beer age for a year or so, might have to try that.

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    Do you guys/gals reside in the area? And if so where are you purchasing it?

    I havent seen it at the Brewery or Wegmans, but I've been dieing to try it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by theHoff View Post
    Do you guys/gals reside in the area? And if so where are you purchasing it?

    I havent seen it at the Brewery or Wegmans, but I've been dieing to try it!
    I'm less than 30 minutes from the brewery, and got a case during the release, they sold out at the brewery that day.
    The Wegman's in Nazareth had some a few weeks back, but I am not sure anymore.

    Where are you located?
    You can check Capone's in Norristown, Blue Dog in Chalfont/Lansdale, or maybe Ortino's North. Abe's in Bethlehem may have some still, or even Interstate Market/Deli in Easton.

    Worst case, shoot me a PM...I have a few bottles left, and can help you out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JFryauff View Post
    I'm less than 30 minutes from the brewery, and got a case during the release, they sold out at the brewery that day.
    The Wegman's in Nazareth had some a few weeks back, but I am not sure anymore.

    Where are you located?
    You can check Capone's in Norristown, Blue Dog in Chalfont/Lansdale, or maybe Ortino's North. Abe's in Bethlehem may have some still, or even Interstate Market/Deli in Easton.

    Worst case, shoot me a PM...I have a few bottles left, and can help you out.
    Im in West Chester. I'll keep an eye out and might make the trip to the Wegmans in Norristown. I wish the Wegmans in Downingtown or Malvern had it but I havent seen it yet!

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    Quote Originally Posted by theHoff View Post
    Im in West Chester. I'll keep an eye out and might make the trip to the Wegmans in Norristown. I wish the Wegmans in Downingtown or Malvern had it but I havent seen it yet!
    I'd check Whole Foods KoP & Devon as well.
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