Real Ale/Surly/Three Floyds Blakkr

Discussion in 'Midwest' started by jera1350, Dec 16, 2013.

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  1. billhelm

    billhelm Disciple (358) Feb 9, 2011 Minnesota
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    It doesn't appear to be flying off the shelves at most of my regular stops. I think the price point deterred people from the start.
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  2. jera1350

    jera1350 Poo-Bah (2,172) Dec 15, 2007 Minnesota

    I think most places have gotten a second shipment at this point.
  3. evilgenius1917

    evilgenius1917 Initiate (158) Feb 16, 2009 Minnesota

    Hey, I know you!
  4. XmnwildX12

    XmnwildX12 Meyvn (1,430) Nov 12, 2010 Minnesota
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    I got FFF version last night and have the Real Ales version coming tomorrow, can't wait to compare them.
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  5. billhelm

    billhelm Disciple (358) Feb 9, 2011 Minnesota
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    Yeah, but even before then, except for a few spots it did not sell out right away.
  6. PieOhMy

    PieOhMy Devotee (415) Feb 23, 2013 Minnesota

    I'm with you on this. The first can I liked quite a bit. Second can was less enjoyable. By the third can (these were all on different nights, mind you) I started to think this brew actually kind of sucks.
  7. ZepHead80

    ZepHead80 Initiate (0) Mar 7, 2013 Illinois

    It's delicious!!! Had it today. 10% FFF will be bombers not sure on price. However, if you can find on draft as I did... It's worth trying even if your not a fan of the style.
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