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Mainly in the North East, but a friend of mine found it as far down as Georgia.
The IPA is great and the overall response from the beer community has been very favorable, the people who don't like it are in the minority.
Did some digging and found this mmm :)
Phew, thanks for coming through, guys, I was worried for a second there. Ballantine's Beer is it, thanks @jesskidden
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Hmmm, thanks for all the info!! I wonder if the new owners of Pabst will reformulate Ballantine XXX ale as well.
Yes, that’s Ballantine. And yes, I paid 40 dollars in shipping alone to have it sent from New Jersey to California :D
Hmmm, okay gotcha. Has anyone tried both beers?
Do both beers use hop oils in a similar way?
Haha, yup!! Here's a good one:
My only complaint about the new Ballantine IPA is the lack of rebus puzzles under the caps! Anyone know what I'm talking about?
I wonder how it stacks up against Bally IPA. I might have to go with Ballantine just because of the higher alcohol content. I prefer my IPA's 7%...
What about Ballantine IPA? They've been using hop oil since the relaunch last year
Anyone try SN's new Hophunter IPA? Supposedly uses hop oil à la Ballantine IPA
Haha, Ballantine ale, packed with pheromones!
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