La Terrible in beer stores?

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La Terrible in beer stores?

Postby Manul » Tue May 17, 2005 12:54 pm

I was browsing their site and I came across Terrible in 750ml for 7.95. Has anyone seen this one in stores yet?
If this is real, kudos to Mr. Sleeman.
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Unibroue 750's

Postby Mother G » Tue May 17, 2005 1:35 pm

A decision was made to list the followign at the Brampton Distribution Centre and select Beer Stores:

Terrible in 750 ml
Quelque Chose 500 ml
Fin du Monde 750 ml
Maudite 750 ml
Blanche de Chambly 750 ml

Sleeman received significant requests for these products and decided to make them available for general purchase.

Fin du Monde , Blanche and Maudite are also available in 341 x 6 at the Beer Store as well.

Due to unprecedented demand for the Unibroue Selection in Quebec their is inadequate inventory for Ontario for 2005.
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Re: Unibroue 750's

Postby GregClow » Tue May 17, 2005 1:38 pm

Mother G wrote:Quelque Chose 500 ml


:o

Awesome!
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Re: Unibroue 750's

Postby mds » Tue May 17, 2005 1:42 pm

GregClow wrote:
Mother G wrote:Quelque Chose 500 ml


:o

Awesome!


I wonder how much that will go for. I remember getting it in Quebec for ~$9.25 but in Arizona I bought it for $5.50 USD.
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Postby Cass » Tue May 17, 2005 2:21 pm

Whoa, cool. Hats off to Sleeman on this one. Now the question is: how do we find out which Beer Stores have them?
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Postby Steve Beaumont » Tue May 17, 2005 4:45 pm

Very good news indeed, that.

Because The Beer Store website is idiotic, you have to select a store first and then click a link to find out which brands they carry. And because I did just that, I now know that Terrible is stocked at the Bathurst Beer store.
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Postby Cass » Tue May 17, 2005 4:59 pm

What an incredibly un-user friendly method. No surpise coming from the beer store, though :P

It's also at the Dupont store according to the site.
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Re: Unibroue 750's

Postby Belgian » Wed May 18, 2005 1:57 pm

For those of us who require more than a single linear co-ordinate,

1) Dupont west of Bathurst at 500 Dupont Street, south side of street.
2) 452 Bathurst south of College (little italy) on west side near Kromer.

Mother G wrote:Fin du Monde , Blanche and Maudite are also available in 341 x 6 at the Beer Store as well..


Don't forget the lightly smoky Raftman, and the extremely nice port-like Trois Pistoles (their one big score in the RateBeer top 100, not that this should mean everything.)
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Postby Manul » Wed May 18, 2005 8:26 pm

It should...
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Postby Colin @ Canada » Wed May 18, 2005 10:57 pm

Theres also the beautiful full bodied blond ale Unibroue 10.
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Postby Gunny » Thu May 19, 2005 6:17 am

Academy_Colin wrote:Theres also the beautiful full bodied blond ale Unibroue 10.

You neglected to mention that there is, as far as I know, only one location in Ontario to enjoy "10". However, if you are in the Dayton, Ohio area apparently there is a boatload of it for about $5.95 USD per bottle. Almost worth the 12 hour round trip drive. 8)

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Postby GregClow » Thu May 19, 2005 8:48 am

Manul wrote:It should...


What should what?
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Postby Gunny » Thu May 19, 2005 10:36 am

GregClow wrote:
Manul wrote:It should...


What should what?


Mean something.... :o
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Postby Belgian » Thu May 19, 2005 11:06 am

Gunny wrote:
GregClow wrote:
Manul wrote:It should...


What should what?


Mean something.... :o


With respect Gunny, you are mis-quoting me - I said 'mean EVERYthing', ie. Beers in the top 100 may or may not qualify as YOUR or MY top 100 - hence ratings don't mean everything (especially with the quite natural trends, biases and conceits associated with the nice bunch of beer freaks on RateBeer, God love 'em.)

That said, Trois Pistoles deserved to be highly rated, and has garnered high respect given all Uni products are given more skepticism than actual Belgians or hard-to-get and expensive caché beers. My interpretation of some ratings anyhow!
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Postby Gunny » Thu May 19, 2005 11:55 am

Belgian wrote:
Gunny wrote:
GregClow wrote:
Manul wrote:It should...


What should what?


Mean something.... :o


With respect Gunny, you are mis-quoting me - I said 'mean EVERYthing', ie. Beers in the top 100 may or may not qualify as YOUR or MY top 100 - hence ratings don't mean everything (especially with the quite natural trends, biases and conceits associated with the nice bunch of beer freaks on RateBeer, God love 'em.)

That said, Trois Pistoles deserved to be highly rated, and has garnered high respect given all Uni products are given more skepticism than actual Belgians or hard-to-get and expensive caché beers. My interpretation of some ratings anyhow!


I was, in fact, not quoting you Belgian (not that you are not "quoteworthy" :wink: ). I was merely indicating that it should mean "something" if a Belgian style ale such as Trois Pistoles is held in such high regard on beer rating sites such as RateBeer.

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