So I was just at a bar in downtown Chicago last night......They had things like BCBS from '07/'08, Bramble, KH etc.. . . .Openly displayed and "showcased" behind the bar as well as in a corner on a shelf near the bar. . . . . The 12oz vintage BCBS bottles were unopened...So I asked for one. Bartender replies "those are for display only and we don't have anymore" My local Hyvee has a display of bottles, including KBS, yet they have NEVER ONCE received KBS (store just opened in the last year) . Showcasing bottles you don't have, have never sold, and never intend on selling. . . . .How do you guys feel about it???? Is it entertaining, and perhaps "reassuring" to see these types of displays?? Perhaps it shows the bar/shop knows what the whalez are? Perhaps bumping up their street cred ??? Or is just annoying and perhaps even IMMATURE??? To display bottles that you will never sell??