Cascade Tangerine Dream

Discussion in 'Northwest' started by mnbearsfan, Aug 30, 2013.

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  1. mnbearsfan

    mnbearsfan Aspirant (249) Dec 25, 2009 Minnesota
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    This still at Cascade?
     
  2. ramnuts

    ramnuts Initiate (0) Feb 16, 2009 Oregon

  3. mnbearsfan

    mnbearsfan Aspirant (249) Dec 25, 2009 Minnesota
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    Lookiing for bottles. Cannot buy those online
     
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  4. honkduh

    honkduh Aspirant (263) Jun 2, 2011 Oregon
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  5. ramnuts

    ramnuts Initiate (0) Feb 16, 2009 Oregon

    Incredible. :wink:
     
  6. crusian

    crusian Crusader (743) May 14, 2010 Oregon
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    is it just me or are cascade bottles getting more and more expensive. $30 seems ridiculous. I thought $25 was when they hit that.
     
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  7. oregonskibum

    oregonskibum Zealot (523) Mar 14, 2009 Oregon

    Prices have been too high for a while now. Its why there are still bottles available from releases early in the year. What I don't understand is why they put 4-bottle limits on a beer that's been available at the barrel room for 4 or 5 months. What purpose does a limit serve when the beer isn't selling?
     
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  8. John_M

    John_M Moderator (5,627) Oct 25, 2003 Oregon
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    Artificial scarcity? That's the only thing I can think of, whenever I stop by and still see bottles of Manhattan available (was orginally told they did not expect this beer to be available for more than a couple months).

    I know that the assumption I make when I see a 4 bottle limit is that I need to buy some soon before they run out. Maybe that helps to drive sales?

    I do know this... they're pretty serious about the 4 bottle limit. I was picking up a purchase for some friends of mine back East, and the combined order included 5 bottles of Tangerine Dream. The bartender would absolutely not make an exception for me (even though I was buying roughly $500 of beer), even though she readily acknowledged that I could come back later that afternoon, or later that week and just pick up some more then.

    Shrug. It is what it is I guess.
     
  9. DimensionX

    DimensionX Initiate (0) Oct 1, 2010 Oregon

    Bottles are 20-30 each because there are still people that will go in and drop 500$. I'm sure they would rather sell 30$ bottles over 6 months than the same number of 15$ bottles in one day.
     
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  10. Bitterbill

    Bitterbill Poo-Bah (5,226) Sep 14, 2002 Wyoming
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    I did but from an online store.
     
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