Did Southern Tier stop brewing a few beers?

Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by Shmuffalo, Feb 19, 2013.

  1. Shmuffalo

    Shmuffalo Feb 26, 2012 Pennsylvania
    Beer Trader

    I've noticed on their website that Jahva, Mokah, Oat, Gemini and Oak Aged Pumking are no longer listed. Are these beers being put to the backburner (no pun intended) or are they just not listed anymore?

  2. TwelveOunces

    TwelveOunces Nov 7, 2011 Kentucky

    Good question. I am waiting this years Gemeni release. There is bottle of my local store bottled last january... hopefully they didnt quit making it.
  3. Mavajo

    Mavajo Feb 10, 2007 Georgia

    That'd be a bummer if Mokah was gone -- great beer.

    Jahva and Oat are no big loss, IMO.
  4. Nectar

    Nectar Jan 17, 2013 New Jersey

    Talking with a rep from a distributor yesterday, it seems that Mokah, Jahva, Oat, and he said rumors that Choklat may be on the way out.

    If Choklat is discontinued but Creme Brulee remains, I give up all hope for ST
  5. DNICE555

    DNICE555 Aug 13, 2008 Connecticut
    Beer Trader

    Agreed! If they get rid of Choklat I'd be very dissapointed. Their 2X IPA is pretty good though. Love the oak aged pumpking as well. Great flavor like the Pumpking but a little more subtle with some nice oak flavor.
  6. Mavajo

    Mavajo Feb 10, 2007 Georgia

    I can't fathom why they would even consider discontinuing Choklat. I really hope your rep is misinformed.
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  7. Duff27

    Duff27 Feb 10, 2010 Illinois
    Beer Trader

    Oh well.
  8. MrDanno96

    MrDanno96 Aug 26, 2009 Ohio

    Oak-Aged Pumking on cask is a religious experience.
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