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Discussion in 'US - Midwest' started by jampics2, Jan 1, 2016.
120 min and landed in Dayton!! Happy hunting everyone!
I second this. They usually put the "1 per family" sign on anything they get that they know will sell out quickly. Problem is they don't tell the cashiers and the customers abuse the rule. Case in point the Friday before Labor Day weekend they posted on twitter having Zombie Dust. They put about 5-6 cases right next to the register line with the 1 per family sign. About 90 minutes later they were sold out and I saw as least two different people by themselves walking out with at least a case each when I got there which meant me and others got nada.
Bodhi 9/12 batch hit shelves in Columbus today so I would say super fast distribution
120 Hit Cbus today as well...
Ran across a stack in Columbus today as well - there were no limits. I need to chill it ASAP and try it fresh.
Bodhi or 120? Big difference....
Stopped by Weiland's after work in Columbus. About two cases of 120 available, selling for $8.99/bottle. Crafted Drafts got some earlier today, but posted on Twitter that they all out for now.
I also grabbed Madtree's Blood Orange Psychopathy. I've only bought the normal version once or twice (b/c I thought it was average at best), but hopefully the infusion makes a stellar brew.
In addition to the obvious 120 minute, Stillwater On Fleek (13% abv) cans are also around
I saw this as well it's a solid brew dare I say bcbs like minus the bourbon
I heard about that ,people were pissed, I've been trying to land a bottle for a buddy as he's never had it but with people doing that it makes it difficult
Wow I can't believe it gets that kind of distribution to just suddenly appear in Ohio as soon as the cap is lifted.
Regardless, On Fleek is fucking phenomenal, despite the douchey ass name.
They should have just called it Fucking Phenomenal. It would be all gone....seriously, until I read your post I passed on it.
Bonus: the head brewer/owner at Casita Cerveceria (the brewery Stillwater collaborated with for On Fleek) is really a Hill Farmstead brewer that does his Casita stuff at Hill Farmstead.
120 min is drinking real nice right now definitely prefer it fresh over aged
So how much Bohdi is out there, and can it still be found?
You could have looked up about 25 posts and saw that it's pretty much gone, but that is probably too difficult.
I tried TORIS the Tyrant yesterday at Cappy's on draft. Really enjoyed it, very chewy and heavy as you would expect a beer of that ABV to be. However, at $12 a 10 oz pour, I was a little shocked, I figured it would be expensive, but ouch!
Also picked up a couple bottles of 120 Minute. That stuff is EVERYWHERE.
^^^Or you could look up 15 posts and see what I am actually referring to.
I am referring to the 9/12 batch so not sure what post you are referring to, but thanks for possibly misleading me!.
Hoppin' Frog keg prices are wild, man.
I stumbled upon a 4pk of bodhi at a giant eagle yeaterday.
Was it the 9/12 batch? Because I cannot find it anywhere and most stores are saying tomrrow or Friday..
Giant Eagle on Avery Muirfield NW Columbus had 9/12 batch last night
How often is it bottled?
bodhi has been like once a month or so so far.
Thanks, I ended up finding some at Giant E in Upper Arlington.
Bodhi. 120 Min... meh.
Cappy's definitely has one of the best selections in Cincy, plus they're the Hoof Hearted hookup for the area, but damn that place is expensive! For example, they are charging $12 more than some places for a growler fill of Vietnamese Speedway. If people are willing though, more power to them.
Growler fills of Vietnamese?! Holy fuck. Is this happening anywhere else in Ohio???
Andersons Market Toledo area has or had it also, not sure if still available
Vietnamese is on pretty frequently at Cappy's actually. Allegedly he bought a ton of kegs of it. It was on the other day when I was there. He also gets a lot of Hammerhead.
I don't buy growlers that often, but I rarely buy growlers of Imperial Stouts.
3 places in Cincy right now, just off the top of my head. I'm sure there are others.
I'd love to see that bill!
I rarely fill growlers either, but I could definitely go for Vietnamese, one of my all time faves.
I don't always fill growlers either. But when I do, I choose Dos XX.
We did half growler fills last year and we just got another keg of Vietnamese this week that we will be tapping for Cleveland Beer Week.
Looks like save-on in mentor has it also, https://twitter.com/SaveonMentor/status/774265008129802245, $39.99
Is anyone going to the Brewfest at Scioto Downs this Sunday?
The brewery list:
The Brew Brothers
Buckeye Lake Brewery
Barley’s Brewing Company
Four String Brewing Company
Little Fish Brewing Company
Cellar Dweller Brewery
Ill Mannered Brewing Company
Elevator Brewing Company
Columbus Brewing Company
North High Brewing
Zaftig Brewing Co
Blake's Hard Cider Co
Cristian Moerlein Brewing Co
Mt. Carmel Brewing Co
Anderson Valley Brewing Co
21st Amendment Brewery
Victory Brewing Co
Highland Brewing Co
Grove City Brewing Co.
Sweetwater Brewing Co.
Zauber Brewing Co.
Summit Brewing Co.
Kona Brewing Co.
New to Ohio:
Weyerbacher Sunday Mole Stout. I must've missed the news of this even being produced. As a Sunday Morning Stout fan, I'm pumped to take this for a ride!
Anyone know where this can be grabbed around Columbus? Sounds delicious.
I just got back from brewgrass and picked a few bottles of the sunday mole stout up while there. At first I thought they had a few cases of SMS which was shocking until I realized it was something totally different. Hadn't seen any mention of it anywhere before. Pretty excited to try it but it looks like it flew under the radar here too.
It is kind of weird this one is not barrel aged, considering "regular" Sunday Morning Stout is. I'm sure there are quite a few people getting the wrong idea about this.
I pretty much assumed it was SMS with chilis and cinnamon until I read the official description. That being said, I'd still like to see how it stacks up to the growing list of Mexican spiced stouts.