I live in Bethlehem, PA about an hour north of Philly and I have always been able to get all Bell's beers without a problem. Within the last year, Bell's popularity has quadrupled! It's just strange to me I suppose because Bell's has always been readily available, including Hopslam. Hell, I couldn't even burn through kegs of Two-Hearted (another great Bell's beer) at the last bar I worked at as fast as I would have liked, because people didn't really know what Bell's was all about perhaps. Now you are limited to one case at disributors and bottle shops even less. This brewery has been around for quite a while and Hopslam is by no means a new beer to the market. So my question is, where did this all come from? Has Bell's expanded their distribution rights to more states? I was talking to a rep for my local distributor and we were talking about how crazy it has been last year and this year with people hunting down Bell's. On one occasion a guy drove down from Maine just for one case!!! My predicition is when Oberon comes out this season it will be gone very quickly. Perhaps it is just the hop head craze that has taken this industry by storm and that is why Hopslam, because it is chalk full of hop flavor and very delicious, is so heavily on demand...Thoughts?