ACBF: Session Preference?

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  1. jtads122

    jtads122 Initiate (128) Feb 11, 2014 Massachusetts
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    For those who have been to multiple ACBF sessions, do you have a preference of which session is the best? When I attend festivals, I usually try to get tickets for the Saturday night sessions. Sometimes it seems the brewers run out of their top brews by this session though. Has anyone experienced this with the ABCF?
     
  2. BaneThunderwolf

    BaneThunderwolf Initiate (0) May 31, 2008 Massachusetts

    I can think of a couple of at least one ACBF where there's been something rare that's run out on the first session. While the brewers are encouraged to ration beers to last over all sessions, not all of them do so.
     
  3. BobberBrewer

    BobberBrewer Initiate (0) Mar 27, 2012 Massachusetts

    I agree. First sessions are best in my opinion- the brewers are fresh and haven't answered the same questions 100 times, the beer is generally all there. Not like you're really going to miss that much by coming to a later session, but if you had free reign to pick I'd think first is the best.
     
  4. Ericness

    Ericness Initiate (182) Nov 21, 2012 Massachusetts

    I always prefer the first Saturday one. No rush to get there after work and you've spent a nice spring/summer afternoon day drinking in style.
     
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