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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.
"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"
not to worry - beer hype is real, and it believes in you.
fair enough, though i thought the futures sold out in an hour or something. most people are stuck paying the $30+.
well, my response to "why is ____ so expensive?" would be "because we can get away with charging that much." i wouldn't last a day.
i wouldn't. do i sound like someone that would do well in pr?
ya that was pretty cool.
so, any comments on bottle variation?
all matters of taste are subjective. and it's not that it was linked to, it was the fact that he came in here to do it in response to people who...
are you hyping your own beer? that's... just... sad.
i would probably have set them on fire. it gets cold in the mountains before sunrise.
lulz @ 50/50 brewer commenting on bottle variation. you know a lot about this, eh? ;)
o, i agree that barrel-aged beers cost more to produce. what is lost amongst all this chatter is how much more they cost per bottle to make. 2x?...
bcbs is a non-profit endeavor now? what was it in 2008 when it was $20 a 4-pack and gi was 100% craft?
lulz, the excuses you read on ba. let's...
poor people gonna poor and/or get in line at 3 am.
don't we have this already? just follow bcbs, bcbvs, ffac, v011, kh, etc. in the trading forum. beers already have tickers, in more ways than one.
and they'll both age equally well.
i know a handful of brewers that want to sell everything they make and then argue with anyone who criticizes flawed product. don't underestimate...
yeah, i'm not sure what comparison people are using.
an $18 six-pack = omgwtf! but it's 25 cents an ounce, $3 / drink.
an $18 bomber = no...