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1370rod

01-23-2014 17:32:40




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Had to make a quick trip to Omaha, Nebr. Wanted a evening refreshment so the packaging of this beer got me to give it a try. Well it is not my cup a tea as for the taste but it did give us something to talk about, LOL. Rod.




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Dale in Nw Wa

01-24-2014 16:21:21




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 Re: 80 acres and a Farmall! in reply to 1370rod, 01-23-2014 17:32:40  
Well one thing the Hopps that are in that stuff more than likley came from Yakama Wa area big business there. I hauled the hopp poles down to that area for a while very interesting.



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OliverNate

01-24-2014 15:46:33




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 Re: 80 acres and a Farmall! in reply to 1370rod, 01-23-2014 17:32:40  
the one bar in Winthrop recently started selling that, was gona grab a case just to see what it taste like



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RGMartin

01-24-2014 15:01:05




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 Re: 80 acres and a Farmall! in reply to 1370rod, 01-23-2014 17:32:40  
Angry Orchard hard cider has what looks like a DO on one of the bottles. I think it was the "traditional dry" variety. Only problem is that the tractor was green.



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nitram148

01-24-2014 06:21:55




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 Re: 80 acres and a Farmall! in reply to j.wallen, 01-23-2014 17:32:40  
Boulevard makes some really good beer, but I prefer there regular wheat beer. It's made in Kansas City, MO. It is really popular in the Kansas/Missouri/eastern Nebraska area. I think they were bought out by a Belgian company not to long ago.



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casecollectorsc

01-23-2014 19:22:18




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 Re: 80 acres and a Farmall! in reply to 1370rod, 01-23-2014 17:32:40  
Got Boulevard beer glasses here, logo only, no Farmall. Wife and I got them in a little bar in Menno SD.



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d.borcher

01-23-2014 18:25:40




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 Re: 80 acres and a Farmall! in reply to 1370rod, 01-23-2014 17:32:40  
Quick trip to Omaha where do ya call home rod?



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1370rod

01-23-2014 18:30:42




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 Re: 80 acres and a Farmall! in reply to d.borcher, 01-23-2014 18:25:40  
SW MN, left there Wednesday, had blizzard conditions again when we got back to MN. Rod.



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d.borcher

01-23-2014 19:06:33




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 Re: 80 acres and a Farmall! in reply to 1370rod, 01-23-2014 18:30:42  
I am just south of Omaha by 50 miles



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wilson ind

01-24-2014 14:50:53




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 Re: 80 acres and a Farmall! in reply to d.borcher, 01-23-2014 19:06:33  
I just bought a fixed front axel out west (Idaho). Fellow can bring it to York neb first of june. Any possibly I could pay one of you fellows to bring it to Indiana or interstate 80 in Illinois should you be going to shows or whatever. Isn"t there a case convention in Greenville ill this summer?



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