Ontario Founders coming to Ontario

Discussion in 'Canada' started by daryk77, Feb 20, 2013.

  1. daryk77

    daryk77 Jun 16, 2005 District of Columbia
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  2. Sammy

    Sammy Dec 1, 2003 Ontario (Canada)

    Yes, Pino confirms Centennial in the warehouse now, and that other Founders have already been tested in the "labs of science that protect us at the LCBO".
     
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  3. TheSevenDuffs

    TheSevenDuffs Jan 20, 2010 Ontario (Canada)
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    I wouldn't hold my breath waiting for any of the seasonal releases to show up in the near future, but I wouldn't be surprised to see the Pale Ale, Porter, Red's Rye or Dirty Bastard arrive in the coming months.
     
  4. FEUO

    FEUO Jul 24, 2012 Ontario (Canada)

    This reminds me of Brooklyn and Southern Tier.
    I still hate the LCBO. But easier access to anything craft I'll take.
     
  5. liamt07

    liamt07 Jul 26, 2009 Ontario (Canada)
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    Red's Rye isn't year round anymore in bottles. It's now in their limited release category (ala Imperial Stout). Sucks because it's one of their best!
     
  6. tbeckett

    tbeckett May 17, 2009 Ontario (Canada)
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    Did anybody LOL at Dirty Bastard in the LCBO? I mean come on.
     
  7. Electros

    Electros Feb 20, 2007 Ontario (Canada)
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    I can only imagine the price tag for this...
     
  8. Sammy

    Sammy Dec 1, 2003 Ontario (Canada)

    same or lower than in most US states, as LCBO is the largest buyer in the world
     
  9. tbeckett

    tbeckett May 17, 2009 Ontario (Canada)
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    Why do we pay $13.55 for a 6 of Brooklyn Lager then?
     
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  10. Electros

    Electros Feb 20, 2007 Ontario (Canada)
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    Ummm... what? Really? Yeah... it is 10.50$ in NYS, it isn't going to be less, it isn't going to be the same. You can bank on this being 14 - 16$.
     
  11. peensteen

    peensteen Apr 3, 2010 Ontario (Canada)
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    It will be around 13 or so....same as our locals
     
  12. JeanPaul

    JeanPaul May 1, 2012 Ontario (Canada)

    Pretty much. If Samuel Adams products are $7.99 at Wegmans in Buffalo and $13.60 here and Founders is $10.50 there then.........LCBO minimum price point rules.

    Obviously when it comes in if you see it then back up a truck, if you are a fan, cause it wont stick around long. If you dont live in the GTA then you gotta hope your main store gets more than 4 - 6 packs.

    PS I think northyorksammy was being sarcastic, at least I hope so....
     
  13. Sammy

    Sammy Dec 1, 2003 Ontario (Canada)

    PS I think northyorksammy was being sarcastic, at least I hope so....

    here I go again
    should be good pricing on next Founders' (multiple beers) they bring in
     
  14. CanuckRover

    CanuckRover Jul 10, 2007 Ontario (Canada)

    Errr this sounds like a general list, so not really any reason to get twitchy about it (though I'm sure some will).

    And Sammy's right, it will be a reasonable price. Are folks expecting an import to be cheaper than the country of origin?
     
  15. FEUO

    FEUO Jul 24, 2012 Ontario (Canada)

    Folks, we're talking about a couple extra bucks a sixer for brews from one of the best breweries in the world.
    Skip Timmy's for a day and pony up for Founders.
     
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  16. papat444

    papat444 Dec 28, 2006 Quebec (Canada)
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    Agreed but i'd skip Timmy's for more than a day ;)
     
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