My wife was trying to find me a bottle today and said she tried 3 different stores in the Des Moines area, all were either out or had not received their shipment yet. Betting it is going to be hard to find in the metro area for a few months unless you have some connections or were on a waiting list.
Yeah, from what I can gather every city in Iowa has it except the Des Moines metro. I dont quite understand that.
Everywhere I called is either getting some in tomorrow or Friday, or in a month.
Yet the rest of Iowa already has their's. I dont get it.
Quite a few metro stores received some yesterday...they are sold out.
hummm...forgive my ignorance, but does this mean Shorty's will have Templeton on tap (ongoing?) . Never heard of such a thing. Maybe just a gimmic for the releasee of the current batch? [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jWqED5VA788]YouTube - Templeton Rye - Barrel of whiskey at Shorty's[/ame]
I tried 6 stores today from Dahl's to Hy-Vee to Fareway and they either had sold out our were receiving shipments Thrus. I stopped at the Dahl's in Johnston 2 times today (11 and 12:30) and the shipment hadn't arrived yet. I called at 4:00 and they said their shipment came in at ~1:15 and sold out in 25min. I'm on a waiting list at one of the Hy-Vee's but I'm not holding my breath. Hard find in the Des Moines metro area.
You can have it Fast, Cheap, Reliable.....Please pick TWO!
The stuff in stores tastes like crap, I still prefer getting mine with duct tape on the bottle cap. It's actually aged right, about 7-12 yrs. Stuff in stores up till this year were only aged 3-4 years.
That rug really tied the room together, did it not dude?
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