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Discussion in 'Beer News & Releases' started by elohim, Aug 31, 2018.
I'll have to ask my distributor about this one. Sounds interesting, I'm rarely disappointed with Prairies stouts, so I'll be looking forward to giving this one a try.
Hmmmm....first it's Consider Yourself Hugged and now this. Which part of "Artisan" is using artificial flavors/ingredients? What a bunch of bull! Especially when you charge $10 for a 12 oz bottle. It better be all real ingredients. Didn't buy any CYH and won't be buying this either. They should've used Newman O's instead.
Is this a non-BA Stuft? I say wait and throw it all in barrels.
Let's go back in time and imagine Girl Scout Cookie Samoas with Extra Chocolate Nibs with Artisinal Costa Rican Roasted Coffee Stout with Organic Vanilla. I know that these beers are more subtle than they sound, but they sound terrible...to me......All of them basically. Give me Young's Oatmeal Stout once again and I'd be a happy camper.
What, a prarie stout without spices or barrel aging!? Is it still gonna be 10-15 dollars a bottle? The beer sounds good, but if I see any it'll be priced up there with fine art.
blame shelton for that, not prairie
Is that their distributor? I'm not familiar... either way their prices are too much for me, although the couple beers I've tried have been good. Of course, quality should be expected without exorbitant costs imo.
yeah shelton handles distro for prairie most states with a few exceptions. MN is one--they independently distro to MN and bottles are significantly lower in cost
If this makes it to MN (which I assume it will) I'll pick up multiple bottles.
Was unaware that Prairie is more expensive elsewhere. $10/single isn't ideal, but since they arrived here, I've bought plenty. They've earned my trust by churning out amazing stouts consistently.
Too bad they're not distributing the BBA version of this.
ya how can you call a beer artisan that uses, as a flavoring, some artificial crap cookie? Hack job that pretty much spells the end of buying Prairie for me
I think Oreos are delicious. Artificial or not. I even like Double Stuff. There, I said it. Although, the Trader Joe's "Joe Joes" are also tasty.
I'd try this beer if by some miracle we see distro of it. Shelton makes Prairie distro so erratic, at least by me.
I only eat double stuff oreos. If this was released a decade ago traders and whale hunters would have cleared this off the shelf an hour off the truck. We have come a long way. Doubt I would buy this but if it costs less than $10 a pop and there aren't any new fest beers on the shelf by then who knows.
When this was a Prairie Dawg release people went crazy. Now it's not and it's crap. I'm personally happy that Prairie is doing something like this for national distro and even happy that it's NOT BBA. I feel like that would've overpowered a lot of goodness in this.
The Prairie Dawg release was in fact BBA though. Also despite the lack of enthusiasm from some people here I doubt this beer is going to sit on the shelves like some of the more widely available Prairie stuff often does. Personally I agree with you though this not being BBA makes me more likely to try it.
Cool, more for us. Guess it depends on your definition of artificial, but the ingredient list for Oreos looks non-artificial to me; sugar, flour, oil, cocoa, corn syrup, baking soda, corn starch, salt, soy lecithin, vanillin, and chocolate. One could argue on the vanillin, but it is simply the exact chemicals found in vanilla that gives it the familiar flavor, so if that's bad, better stay away from real vanilla too.
I can only imagine what that filter looked after words
Well I stand corrected. These are not an artificial product. I still don't see anything artisinal about high fructose corn syrup or soy lecithin, not to mention canola oil. I hope you all enjoy this bizarre...cross branding? or whatever it is supposed to be. Why not just make a stout conditioned on chocolate and vanilla? I can't for the life of me understand why a brewery that demands premium pricing would cheapen their brand this way
A lot of breweries have used chocolate and vanilla, so I suppose they just want to be different. You mention cross-branding - wonder if they have any business arrangement - or if they're even using "real" Oreos. If they don't specifically mention Oreos, they could use a knock-off or just some of the ingredients. Would that be cheapening the brand?
Well considering that the beer name includes the name 'oreo', undoubtedly trademarked, and the original post shows pallets of oreo cookie pieces so I would say there is some kind of official relationship. I can see the value of attempting to differentiate from the mass of chocolate/vanilla stouts (although I would think that Prairie's well earned reputation for flavored stouts would provide plenty of market excitement). And yes, if they used some knock off brand of oreo it would definitely cheapen the Prairie brand. Maybe if they had partnered with some 'higher end' sandwich cookie or if they had used some of the ingredients and named it something like 'double dunk chocolate creme cookie stout' they could have had a nice little product and their reputation fully intact. Imagine your favorite sour ale maker producing a kriek using cherry flavored blow-pops or some other cheap cherry like product.