Green Flash to Build East Coast Brewery

Discussion in 'Beer News' started by Todd, Jun 27, 2012.

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  1. SteelersX

    SteelersX Disciple (369) Jan 30, 2011 New York
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    It used to be 10.99 a six and now 11.99 a four.
    Hope the price comes down.
     
  2. elNopalero

    elNopalero Poo-Bah (2,534) Oct 14, 2009 Texas
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    Here, here!

    I remember visiting a year or so ago and hearing about a group who was trying to get New Belgium to set up in Muskegon. This was way before they even started to distribute to Michigan.

    Still, as a Michigan transplant now living in CA I'd rather see Bells, Founders, Dark Horse, Shorts out here. Hometown bias perhaps?
     
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  3. dedrinker

    dedrinker Initiate (0) May 13, 2006 Kansas

    It better bring down the price of their beer or else so what, big deal.
     
  4. asustevo

    asustevo Initiate (0) Dec 9, 2011 North Carolina
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    Cough Cough Heady Topper Cough Cough
     
  5. modern

    modern Initiate (0) May 31, 2012 Ohio

    Beer you can buy vs. beer with no distribution, right? I mean, I get the impression that Heady Topper isn't just sitting on shelves at every bottle shop in your town and every other bar has it on tap. I'm kind of a noob, so I could certainly be wrong about their distribution, but isn't Heady Topper an example of what Green Flash is trying to prevent? The best beer that I cant drink? Who cares. Fresh and tasty Two Hearted is all over the place. Sounds like Green Flash will have some fresher beer in my town soon as well.

    If I am wrong about Heady Topper (and its really easy to obtain) please send me some. It sounds great.
     
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