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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by fernz18, Dec 26, 2012.
I wish all the children in the world would join hands and sing
I wish Kuhnhenn would send me a mixed case of beers so I can try their stuff
I wish the evil AB-Inbev would make sure more of the BCBS variants came to StL, and that you could get cups full of it at Cardinals games
I wish Three Floyd's would distribute Dark Lord so I could finally have an opportunity try to it.
I wish Yuengling would distribute to New England... but seriously, we've been asking for it for years.
I wish Troegs would put their beers in cans. Actually all breweries. And I wish Arrogant Bastard was avail in 12 ouncers.
I wish every Brewery would pay me to drink their beer.
I wish FFF's would stop burning down so all BA's get a chance to complain about it.
I wish every brewery in the US would distribute to my neighborhood grocery store.
I wish the US Beer market would reach equilibrium.
I wish Bent River (local, no distribution) would think outside the box a little and brew something other than what they've been brewing for the last ten years. Oh yeah, down with bombers and 750's I want black tuesday in 4 packs.
I called all my kids into the room and made them hold hands and sing after reading this.
Damn, I thought you were serious
I wish Troegs would make Nugget Nectar year round, and Cigar City would distribute to PA.
I wish Big Bad Baptist was better.
^^^ I concur!!!
DFH beat them to it!
And I heard Short's might be doing a Reindeer Road-Apple Ale.
I wish Maine brewery would bottle in 4 packs
I wish your avatar pic was available year 'round.
I really, really wish I could order some good ol' Heady straight from Alchemist. Minus the Zombie Dust I drank a week or two ago, no IPA has really scratched that itch for me..
Yeah, I hope it's really Englishy--you know, on the sweeter side.
I wish HOTD would distribute to Illinois. No surprise there...
I wish Westvleteren would release ALL their beers in a pack with two of each and two glasses for less than $100
i wish I had a trading partner for a Fresh Zombie basket in return for Fresh Pliny!
I wish some Beer Companies in Maine would (allegedly) keep their Pliny clone recipe the same when they move to Freeport. Do what's right.
I wish breweries were allowed to sell directly to retailers, thus removing 35% of the price we pay as consumers.
I wish cigar city made every day hunahpu day.
I wish every brewery would give me free beer
I wish Cigar City and New Belgium were available in New York
Youre not really missing out that much on new belgium.
I wish Three Floyds would distribute to NYC
I wish every brewery would offer hiqh quality bourbon barrel aged stouts and barleywines for < $20\4pk
and high quality ipa's for < $10\6pk
They're talking about doing it next year
I wish alchemist would re-release lucious for the holidays every year. Cheers
Ii wish Lawson's would distribute to my house. I also wish InBev would close.
I wish The Bruery would bottle Humulus Lager and release Chocolate Rain and Black Tuesday year round.
Lawsons, yes....no more goose island? The thought alone saddens me
I wish Alpine Brewing would rent out my basement to brew Nelson, and pay me by running a draft line of the aforementioned brew to a tap next to my bed...
GI could go back to being their own place.
, and send me more BCBS
I wish Great Lakes would release a bomber of barrel aged blackout stout to my area. It's good to drink a true big stout from time to time that doesn't have An abundance of coffee or chocolate. It's a good change of pace for this stout guy. I also wish Stone brewing co would decide to make this years vertical epic(12.12.12.) a regular in the month of December. Man that stuff was killer. My final wish would be for the great Belgian breweries like fantome, d'achouffe, and st bernardus would make their brews available here In my area. It'd be nice to have the option of some of those strong dark Noel ales and dark saisons at Christmas time
I wish ALL breweries would put ALL beers in the 12 oz. format.
You really think that the mark-up that distributors add to the final cost of beer is pure profit? That they don't have the typical business overhead costs (fuel, trucks, labor, warehousing, etc) and that those cost would then have to be borne by the self-distributing brewery? And, in most cases, the self-distributing brewery would not be as efficient as a multi-brand wholesaler so it might cost them MORE to distribute the beer?
Lots of states allow breweries to self-distribute and beer is not appreciably cheaper in those states, or from those S/D breweries. And many breweries in those states still choose to go with an outside distribution deal outside their immediate region of the state and/or once their barrelage reaches a certain size.