FT: Cascade Elderberry x12 ISO: Vintage Lambic

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FT: Cascade Elderberry x12 ISO: Vintage Lambic

Postby gnr234 » Tue Mar 07, 2017 4:39 pm

FT: Cascade Elderberry + Cash
ISO: Vintage Lambic 750s

I am open to trading a few bottles but I would much rather trade bottle(s) + cash on my end for a nice vintage

I already have lots of 2015, 2016, etc. Cantillon, Hansenns, Tilquin, Etc.

Looking for old 3F geuze or kriek, old loons (fou, LPG, LPK, Vigneronne, possibly other grape blends)

DM me, I am picky about beer but reasonable about trade values :)
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Re: FT: Cascade Elderberry x12 ISO: Vintage Lambic

Postby BakaGaijin » Tue Mar 07, 2017 5:31 pm

US shelf turd for vintage lambic?

Bonne Chance!
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Re: FT: Cascade Elderberry x12 ISO: Vintage Lambic

Postby atomeyes » Sat Mar 11, 2017 12:49 pm

gnr234 wrote:FT: Cascade Elderberry + Cash
ISO: Vintage Lambic 750s

I am open to trading a few bottles but I would much rather trade bottle(s) + cash on my end for a nice vintage

I already have lots of 2015, 2016, etc. Cantillon, Hansenns, Tilquin, Etc.

Looking for old 3F geuze or kriek, old loons (fou, LPG, LPK, Vigneronne, possibly other grape blends)

DM me, I am picky about beer but reasonable about trade values :)


i have a Cantillon lambic bio x 750 mL

a 1 for 12 trade sound reasonable to you?

i also have a bottle of 2016 Carignan. you might want to define what a loon is. Lou Pepe and Vigneronne ain't loons, sir.
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Re: FT: Cascade Elderberry x12 ISO: Vintage Lambic

Postby matgor » Sun Mar 12, 2017 8:03 pm

Hmm call me dense but if Lou Pepe's and vigneronne aren't loons then what are?
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Re: FT: Cascade Elderberry x12 ISO: Vintage Lambic

Postby DeMarco » Mon Mar 13, 2017 9:51 am

Pretty sure north americans call all Cantillon beers "loons" since they probably don't know how to pronounce Cantillon.

Maybe you're confusing the word loons with whalez, bro.
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Re: FT: Cascade Elderberry x12 ISO: Vintage Lambic

Postby Craig » Mon Mar 13, 2017 9:53 am

Cantillon, rhymes with Pantaloons? :lol:
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Re: FT: Cascade Elderberry x12 ISO: Vintage Lambic

Postby iguenard » Tue Mar 14, 2017 5:17 am

It stems from an old Beer Advocate post from a trade-rapey troll that used to call them Cantiloon out of ignorance.

Was entertaining, and somehow the term stuck or years.

#TheMoreYouKnow :)
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Re: FT: Cascade Elderberry x12 ISO: Vintage Lambic

Postby atomeyes » Tue Mar 14, 2017 9:22 am

matgor wrote:Hmm call me dense but if Lou Pepe's and vigneronne aren't loons then what are?

*rolls up beer snob sleeves*

the fact that i have a Carignan in my house should answer your question and stop further questions.
a cease and desist, if you will.
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Re: FT: Cascade Elderberry x12 ISO: Vintage Lambic

Postby Craig » Tue Mar 14, 2017 10:29 am

I have a number of questions.
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Re: FT: Cascade Elderberry x12 ISO: Vintage Lambic

Postby liamt07 » Tue Mar 14, 2017 1:15 pm

FT: An LCBO beer and some cash.

ISO: Something you probably worked much harder to procure

Beer trading in 2017, folks.
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Re: FT: Cascade Elderberry x12 ISO: Vintage Lambic

Postby matgor » Tue Mar 14, 2017 8:04 pm

atomeyes wrote:
matgor wrote:Hmm call me dense but if Lou Pepe's and vigneronne aren't loons then what are?

*rolls up beer snob sleeves*

the fact that i have a Carignan in my house should answer your question and stop further questions.
a cease and desist, if you will.


Well now I'm really confused.....if I understand what you are saying the bottle of Carignan at your house is a "loon" but the lpf,lpk and fou at mine aren't. If those bottles were at your house would they be "loons"? Now they are older bottles not new ones like your 2016, does that matter?

What about the blabaer that one of the previous posters has at his house...is that a "loon"?

Any insight would be greatly appreciated.
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Re: FT: Cascade Elderberry x12 ISO: Vintage Lambic

Postby atomeyes » Wed Mar 15, 2017 9:04 am

matgor wrote:
atomeyes wrote:
matgor wrote:Hmm call me dense but if Lou Pepe's and vigneronne aren't loons then what are?

*rolls up beer snob sleeves*

the fact that i have a Carignan in my house should answer your question and stop further questions.
a cease and desist, if you will.


Well now I'm really confused.....if I understand what you are saying the bottle of Carignan at your house is a "loon" but the lpf,lpk and fou at mine aren't. If those bottles were at your house would they be "loons"? Now they are older bottles not new ones like your 2016, does that matter?

What about the blabaer that one of the previous posters has at his house...is that a "loon"?

Any insight would be greatly appreciated.


no one posted a Blaeber. but yes, Blaeber is a loon. released on 1 day in a limited release. definition of loon.
the Lou Pepe series can all be purchased in early fall at the brewery. 2 years ago, i came home with 3 LP Frambois. i've come home with 6 FouFoune.
i wouldn't even call those whales, but they're great beer.
Carignan is an at-brewery bottle made in limited quantities. that, the vin jaune, the d'anis, the gewurtzraminer...different degrees of loons.

my label's a white computer print-out generic label. again, not meant for sale.

and no, not a brag attempt here. just explaining a bit how things at Cantillon work and the lambic availability.
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Re: FT: Cascade Elderberry x12 ISO: Vintage Lambic

Postby distr0 » Wed Mar 15, 2017 4:00 pm

WTF is going on here. 'loon is a bad abbreviation of Cantillon. All Cantillons are loons. All not-cantillons are not loons. EOF
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Re: FT: Cascade Elderberry x12 ISO: Vintage Lambic

Postby atomeyes » Thu Mar 16, 2017 7:27 am

distr0 wrote:WTF is going on here. 'loon is a bad abbreviation of Cantillon. All Cantillons are loons. All not-cantillons are not loons. EOF

now, most people talk about loons and whales and not in reference to Cantillon slang.
so you making the trade? yes or no
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Re: FT: Cascade Elderberry x12 ISO: Vintage Lambic

Postby Craig » Thu Mar 16, 2017 8:12 am

Nobody talks in terms of loons meaning non-Cantillon.

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