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it was re-released in 2010 no? at the party?
this beer is a perfect storm of bad speculation on your part. past its peak, coming out again soon.
hill farmstead literally cannot be found on a map.
hell, sometimes the price you paid for the beer isn't included in $4$.
anyone think this thing is gonna be crowded?
i am pleased that, despite the obvious success of this event, firestone has chosen to keep it in ca.
ya... i posted a couple of times mentioning the guy who had 60+ bottles of ba abraxas (matthew r. - don't know his ba username). here's what...
"are you sure it wasn't aged. it gets oxidized with age"
"it wasn't aged"
"are you sure it wasn't fresh. it sucks fresh"
too late. bucky, uncle ben, and gwen stacy are the only 3 marvel comics characters that remain dead.
they're definitely not true scotsmen, i'll tell you that.
and, well played. you know what you did.
i better get a commission for that dialogue.
god, i loved that announcement.
"our membership club will cost $400 and will come with a dozen beers." - hill farmstead
not to worry - beer hype is real, and it believes in you.
what about the rest of my brethren!?!? who will think of haveuseenmyderp and the 2012s? i had to decline so long as a fellow californian went...
a large part of it is distribution. 12,000 bottles in one city isn’t the same as 12,000 bottles in 10 states - the scarcity factor. the other is...
why is it that the moment i piss someone off on ba, i turn into a girl with a crush? you take things too personally.
you don't have a trunk on your bike, you damn dirty hippie.
vanilla sucked anyway. send me cases of bramble and bcbs '12.
i think we'd all just settle for 1:1 with your shelf wales. or at least an upgrade to a chicken fajita pita.
beatification, which jump-started the entire goandpickitupformebro phenomenon, was spread surprisingly widely and generously across the us. in...