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So we've got a craft retailer chain with some dubious practices, a(n) (apparently) terrible Massachusetts brewery stirring the pot and not paying...
A beer store can carry whoever they feel like, but this definitely leaves potential for some shady pay-to-play tactics.
They hopefully made enough of this that it actually gets sold as 6-packs and not split up into 1-2 bottle limits at every store.
A. Per Founders, all they're barrel aged releases next year will be in 750's AND 4-packs of 12- oz bottles.
B. Considering most stores allocate...
I don't see how this is any different than the Mocha IPA that Stone released earlier this year, but I suppose the 'Enjoy By" tag will help it sell...
This is popping up in 6-packs round these parts which is a nice change of pace from the bomber.
This seems a bit unlikely considering whom they were just acquired by. Also, considering that most of the 'hop flavor' comes from...
I was there last week, and they still had plenty.
It's only part of their IPA variety pack. Nothing like paying for 9 beers you don't want for 3 beers you do.
Two (three?) better words. Hi-Lo Lounge.
If you can make the drive over to Athens, it looks like Creature Comforts will be doing an IPA release at the brewery that weekend.
I would generally agree with this sentiment, but, dammit, go buy some 12th of Never. It's been the most reliable occupant of my fridge since its...
It's definitely possible they intend to flood a smaller number of states. Only time will tell.
I've been told (by a distributor) that the Bourbon County line will be much more limited this year, as in, it won't be available in nearly as many...
Wicked Weed is doing bottle service of this delightful beer at the Funkatorium right now.
The only time 'Tank 7' should be consumed old is when it's called 'Saison Brett.'
My only concern with Barleywine stems to when it was put in barrels. Did the make that decision after confirming that regular definitely had...
I mean, how can anyone NOT love this hazy, hoppy OJ!?
...oh wait, that's Oberon. Carry on.
Totally forgot about Jack of the Wood, that should be perfect. Thanks for the help!
So Stone's idea of four styles is two IPAs and two dark beers with almost the same ABV? o_O
...that being said, I'll definitely be picking this up.