There is a very interesting story blowing up in Columbus at the moment. Last night a photo surfaced of any employee from local beer shop, Savor Growl, purchasing all of Giant Eagle grocery store's Hopslam, over $1,800 worth. Shortly afterwards, Savor Growl announced via social media that they will be selling more Hopslam starting Monday, notably at inflated prices of $3.99 per bottle (likely because they had to purchase the Hopslam at retail instead of wholesale).There is a thread on reddit that is being updated here: http://www.reddit.com/r/ColumbusBee...guy_works_at_savor_growl_and_just_tried_to/At around 6pm on Saturday, Savor released a statement trying to sidestep the issue stating that an employee might have purchased the $1,800 worth of Hopslam, but it was for personal consumption and not done under their name. Likely hoping to dodge the bullet. It's fascinating, yet sad, that a local beer shop would try to create more scarcity and then try to price gouge the local community. It's not only underhanded, but hurts the local craft beer community. Really hoping this gets sorted out and Bell's sends a strong message that these ILLEGAL tactics won't be tolerated.