Founder's Imperial Stout has landed in CT.............

Discussion in 'New England' started by smutty33, Dec 21, 2012.

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  1. smutty33

    smutty33 Zealot (580) Jun 12, 2009 Connecticut
    Beer Trader

    A quick heads up:Stopped @ MO's in Fairfield yesterday and was shown a couple of cases of this magnificent brew bottled on 12/7/12.....$11.99-4pk.1st I've seen in the state.

    Cheers All........
  2. gamanley

    gamanley Initiate (0) Nov 19, 2009 Connecticut

    They had it at Amity in Woodbridge yesterday as well.
  3. NJOssie

    NJOssie Aspirant (210) Feb 28, 2012 New Jersey

    oops.. they aren't supposed to release yet. prepare for handslapping
  4. DrWangerBanger

    DrWangerBanger Initiate (0) Sep 9, 2010 Connecticut

    Yeah, Founders announced they'd be releasing the beer on the 1st or somewhere around there, so I was surprised to see it. Their mistake is our gain!
  5. Gmr75

    Gmr75 Aspirant (244) Apr 30, 2002 Connecticut
    Beer Trader

    It's around at a lot of places it seems. I picked up two 4-packs at Sav-Rite in North Haven. $11.99. Amity in Hamden had it for the same price. Both places also had IST from NEBCO (had to ask...), so I got 4 bottles of that as well. $6.99 a bottle at both places.
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