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Discussion in 'Canada' started by hoptemologist, Nov 9, 2017.
At least it wasn't Dieu du Ciel.
That's ok. I never did find a beer of their's that I liked. So I won't miss it.
TTD is also invested in Godspeed..........not sure what this means for Bim......
I have not had much by Le Trou du Diable. It is not sold in New Hampshire.
Pretty much this. Plus quality went down a lot in the past 2 years. A lot of their beers came out overblended. Watered down a lot of them needed more time.
I guess, when you're trying to get your numbers up before you sell out, you over look the little things. Or everything...
Not sure if this is common knowledge but TdD had a working relationship with Cantillon. How will this be affected?
It's done. Another private importer (a wine one) took their place.
Fake news here, facts coming soon.
But it was on Facebook, it should be true...
Yikes! A bunch of their beers starting showing up in southern Germany about a month ago - I wonder if this will be impacted.
That sucks. They weren't my favorite brewery during my Montreal/Quebec trip but they were solid and available most places. Reminded me a lot of Deschutes.
Dunham as the distribution now. Apparently if you drive to the brewery bottles are for sale there.