I had a nice visit to Arbor Brewing in Ann Arbor, MI with my family today. I ordered the Buzzsaw IPA with lunch and enjoyed it quite a bit. The bartender said that I had probably finished the keg, and they did not have another one until next week. After eating I inquired about a six of Buzzsaw to go, and two of the bartenders warned me against it, telling me that it was completely different than the keg version (which they called the "real" Buzzsaw) and that they do not like the six-pack version. They cited recent hop shortages and that to brew the bottled version they had to use different hops that completely changed the beer. Thankfully they had enough in the keg for a growler. I guess I don't go out enough to be able to compare bottle to keg of some of the things I drink regularly, but it seemed like either they had a demand to fill, they tried something that did not work, or they compromised their product and after talking so much with them (including a nice tour with my oldest son) they felt bad about passing off an inferior product. Has anyone found this at other breweries? Is this common? What do you all think?