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 Post subject: Happy Canada Day
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 Post subject: Re: Happy Canada Day
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That reminds me, eh? It's aboot time I go down and grab me a half-rack of Kokanee's...

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That reminds me, eh? It's aboot time I go down and grab me a half-rack of Kokanee's...



That's funny. Years ago Costco here handled Kokanee but no further west. Whenever we'd head to the coast it always meant a trip to our nearby Costco to get 5-6 cases of the stuff for friends/family over there.

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 Post subject: Re: Happy Canada Day
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HoustonHawk82 wrote:
That reminds me, eh? It's aboot time I go down and grab me a half-rack of Kokanee's...



That's funny. Years ago Costco here handled Kokanee but no further west. Whenever we'd head to the coast it always meant a trip to our nearby Costco to get 5-6 cases of the stuff for friends/family over there.

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Kokanee was our "international" choice back in the day. Molson's too.

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 Post subject: Re: Happy Canada Day
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HoustonHawk82 wrote:
The Radish wrote:
HoustonHawk82 wrote:
That reminds me, eh? It's aboot time I go down and grab me a half-rack of Kokanee's...



That's funny. Years ago Costco here handled Kokanee but no further west. Whenever we'd head to the coast it always meant a trip to our nearby Costco to get 5-6 cases of the stuff for friends/family over there.

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Kokanee was our "international" choice back in the day. Molson's too.


Kokanee is STILL the most popular brew here in BC...just wish we could buy a 2 4 for under $40. Go Hawks


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