Site Jack's Abby Framinghammers

Discussion in 'Support & Suggestions' started by RichD, Apr 9, 2014.

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  1. RichD

    RichD Champion (805) Mar 18, 2012 Rhode Island
    Beer Trader

    I was looking through Jack's Abby's catalog on this site and noticed that the coffee and vanilla framinghammer variants each have 2 separate beers listed for them.

    I figured this is minor and they can be merged, but I thought I would get the attention of someone who can do this.
  2. MattOC

    MattOC Aspirant (205) Jan 13, 2013 Massachusetts
    Beer Trader

    I believe you can submit a change request. If you go to the specific page of the beer there is an "Update" button. Click that and "Submit a Change" comes up. Then you select the reason/option and provide info. If you look at the Vanilla Barrel-Aged Framinghammer page it is listed in the Notes/Commercial Description as "DUPLICATE." Not sure why it remains listed.
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  3. dbrauneis

    dbrauneis Site Editor (5,781) Dec 8, 2007 North Carolina
    Subscriber Beer Trader

    My guess is that because it takes manual effort to merge the sets of reviews from one to the other - so they mark one as duplicate to discourage it from getting additional reviews and will merge the data at a later time (when they are not quite as busy with the site redesign).
  4. MattOC

    MattOC Aspirant (205) Jan 13, 2013 Massachusetts
    Beer Trader

    Thanks for the input. I wasn't questioning their effort or anything else. I was merely passing along info I thought would be helpful to the OP.
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