Are these bottles with December 2015 and January 2016 bottling dates popping up all around the country or just here in the Northeast? I've dropped anywhere between $12 and $15 on a number of CS fruited sours only to find that the fruit was practically nonexistent and the beer tasted something more akin to red wine vinegar than a beer of any sort. L'Brett D'Raspberry was a perfect example of this. I've had many a sour ale over the past 10-plus years of beer nerding, but this was simply battery acid in a bottle. So, my question is: Is CS sitting on these bottles purposefully? If so, frankly they should allow their customers to decide whether or not they want to age their beers, especially fruited sours. Or, are the distributors responsible for this? Either way, I'd like to see CS try to put an end to this practice.