Discussion in 'Beer Releases' started by BottleCaps80, Jul 16, 2013.
For sure! Maybe Three Floyds could make The Truly Permanent Funeral (an IIIPA).
referencing a recent thread, i bet that "new zealand pils" is going to be a "game changer." a really well done pils with new zealand hops is a *great* idea. my money is on it being the standout of the pack.
ballast point should do something with hot peppers since they're so good at it.
three floyds... don't know, don't care; everything i've had from them has been great.
More updates on the Ninkasi collab for the Beer Camp series. It will be a milk coffee stout. Sound freaking awesome!
Hailing from Eugene, OR, Ninkasi knows a thing or two about a great cup of joe. Coffee and craft beer are regarded with near religious fervor in the Pacific Northwest, so it’s natural to combine them. Featuring coffee from the venerable Oregon roasting company Stumptown, this milk coffee stout is a play on a latte, the ubiquitous café-counter favorite.
Will these be distro'd by wholesalers that carry sierra nevada? For example, in my territory, Bell's and SN are carried by competing wholesalers - who's to carry the SN/Bell's porter?
I would assume that because this is Sierra Neveda's Beer Camp Across America that it would be ultimately be released via their distributors and not the guest brewerys
Omg I'm so excited I just found out about this so now I don't have to wait too long haha. Hope the distribution is pretty wide seems like it'd be hard to do that many great collabs and have it everywhere for a decent amount of time. Yet again they do have 2 breweries on each coast now. As does oskar blues so who knows
That's awesome! Excited to see how these turn out -- especially the FFF and BP collaborations. While it's unlikely to be that similar to Zombie Dust, will still be good to get an sort of FFF exposure out West.
Cigar City - Tropical Bock
Ninkasi - Milk/Coffee Stout
New Glarus - Bitter
Russian River - Belgian Blonde Ale
Victory - Alt Ale
Firestone - Pilsner
Bell's - Porter
Oskar Blues - IPA
3 Floyds - Pale Ale
Allagash - Belgian Pale Ale
Ballast Point - India Pale Lager
Asheville - ??
The first 5 are certain from their beer camp blog, the rest are my guesses from what's written on the box.
When exactly is this going to be available?
Mid July release.
So far away : ( I hope that Asheville is still doing a Scottish Ale.
Hit Costco's in Southern California (Carlsbad at least). $37 for 2 - 12 packs.
Well that's a bit earlier than expected. Better price than I expected to see, although noting that you purchased from Costco. I was expecting something on the order of $25-30/box.
interesting it showed up in Costco's. I thought it would have been a bit more specialty that that...
great now I have to call or goto 2-3 costco a in my area, Orange County, and try to find it.
I wonder how long before it'll appear in SC.
It won't even start shipping to SC for a few more weeks. The release for this is staggered due to the immense logistical difficulties of getting these into market. Also, we're hoping for beer to be in-stores as the Beer Camp festivals roll through the area.
Any idea if Iowa will see some?
It landed in New Mexico today.
Anyone seen this around Birmingham?
sf bay area too
Was told today BC 12pks will hit Charlotte Distribution on 7/21/14!
Any luck with your OC Costco hunt???
Not at the Garden Grove Costco as of today.
nope I'll post here when I get details.
As long as WV sees this before our tap takeover which we're doing (at my establishment anyway) aug 1. Cant imagine we'll get the kegs before the 12 packs but ya never know.
Its here in Arizona, $18.99 for the 12 pack at Total Wines.
That seems like a hell of a price
Big display at Whole Foods in Cupertino. $24.99 per box, with the commemorative DIPA bombers for $5.99. As always, thanks to Ken for keeping his products reasonably priced.
Hmm... Hadn't seen it in SoCal, but maybe they're waiting a little bit on it due to the event being here? Either way, will be on the lookout.
Not at the Redondo Beach total wine or whole foods.
Yay. Got my 12 pack at BeerCraft in Rohnert Park. $24.99
Not sure what to drink first!
Hit San Jose. The only bummer is that the THREE Floyd's pale ale wad bottled on May 15. Which is the oldest beer is the mix.
evolution hopefully but i would settle for cigar city colab
Got to Holiday Wine Cellar today.
Hoping to find one in Maryland!
Still damn good. I've only had a few of them. I read somewhere somebody saying that none of the beers were outstanding. My first sip proved that guy wrong. The Chico King is awesome
I hope this hits Texas soon
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