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Troegs Nugget Nectar in Colorado?? (Denver)

Discussion in 'US - Mountain' started by tecknojoe, Feb 15, 2013.

  1. tecknojoe

    tecknojoe Initiate (15) Feb 15, 2013

    Please God someone tell me where I can get Nugget Nectar in Denver. Otherwise I'll have to order online and pay $21 per 6 pack (shipped). I don't want to do that, because I'm going to need a hell of a lot more than 6
     
  2. heyduke

    heyduke Aficionado (170) Colorado Jan 14, 2011

    We don't get it here!
     
  3. quine

    quine Savant (260) Colorado Feb 15, 2011

    Last I heard, Troegs only distributes to states within a three hour drive of their brewery.
     
  4. joshclauss

    joshclauss Savant (315) Colorado Oct 31, 2010

    Yeah, Nugget Nectar really falls off after 4 hours, that's prolly why.
     
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  5. tecknojoe

    tecknojoe Initiate (15) Feb 15, 2013

    I'm kinda new here, can you elaborate? Or is that pure sarcasm?
     
  6. Hoppy beers start going downhill as soon they leave the fermenter. If you're not drinking it before it hits a bottle it's already too late
     
  7. tecknojoe

    tecknojoe Initiate (15) Feb 15, 2013

    So the quality is degraded if it's not fresh. But that would mean that any bottle you buy at a liquor store would be piss poor in quality, right?

    I don't get it, I've had some damn good ales and IPAs that I know don't fly off the shelves. Most anything from stone tastes great to me and that's not exactly brewed down the street...
     
  8. joshclauss

    joshclauss Savant (315) Colorado Oct 31, 2010

    We're being facetious...everyone knows that Pliny is the only beer that you don't want to drink after 4 hours.
     
  9. Yeah Pliny is basically a barleywine by the time it hits shelves
     
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