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Which craft breweries need to shrink?

Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by otispdriftwood, Dec 6, 2012.

  1. Cugabuh

    Cugabuh Aficionado (220) Massachusetts Dec 6, 2012 Verified

    Fair point I shouldn't have stated that part. My major focus was the point revolving around their TV show. My beer manager and I were talking, and we both agreed, DFH is not bad a brewery. It's just...they're the brewery everyone finds first when they think they're SO into craft brews. After they find a decent liquor store with a solid selection, they realize there is so much more in this wonderful world of craft beer! Months later DFH is just totally forgotten.

    Man...you're making me want to take back my comment entirely. Perhaps DFH is exactly what this world needs. A good transition brewery for beer drinkers.
  2. colforbin73

    colforbin73 Savant (320) California Mar 30, 2010

    that beer was probably very fresh... i am in cali and that is about when i saw it in stores.
  3. czfreeman

    czfreeman Savant (465) California May 22, 2007

    I love it! Slamming on DFH, Stone, etc..the craft brewers that need to revamp there brewing philosophy and focus due to someones less-than-average review.
    Sorry..but I haven't tried any beers from your mega-successful breweries yet?
    please invite me to the next barrel release
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  4. these threads just keep getting dumber...
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