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Mmmm... Beer: Traditional

A cache by rvstauff Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 08/26/2010
1.5 out of 5
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size:   micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

This cache is a simple traditional cache hidden in a most traditional way. Please roll the cache note and log around the provided pen tightly, band the papers as you found them, and close/replace the cache as you found it.

Mmmm… Beer: Traditional is one of a three-part series of beer-themed caches. Find the other two caches in the series ( "Mmmm... Beer: Multi" and "Mmmm... Beer: Unknown" ) and you may be qualified to be immortalized on the Brewmaster Hall of Fame! To qualify, you must:

1) Find all three Mmmm… Beer caches
2) Your “found it” logs cannot simply be a 4-letter acronym (like "TFTC")
3) Your “found it” logs cannot be a software default logging message (like "Sent from my mobile device")
4) Your "found it" logs cannot be an obvious copy/paste generic log (like "I found this with CacherX on a 100-cache run. Thanks to all that placed them.")
5) You must note in your final “found it” log that you are now a Brewmaster!

Please Note: ANY style "found it" log is welcome for these caches. If you choose to use the acronym, default, or copy/paste logs, that is fine! Just realize you will not be eligible for Hall of Fame induction. You may edit your non-qualifying logs any time after the initial submission if you wish to make a Hall of Fame run.

Soon after qualifying as a Brewmaster, your name will be on the Hall of Fame in the Mmmm… Beer: Unknown cache description.

Have fun. Please drink responsibly! Congrats to Therapaint, the FTFer!

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

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