Sixpoint 3 Beans

Discussion in 'Mid-Atlantic' started by mymrnngjckt, Jan 17, 2013.

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  1. mymrnngjckt

    mymrnngjckt Devotee (431) Jul 10, 2006 Pennsylvania
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    Has anyone seen cans of this around in SEPA? If so, where and what was the price point?
  2. gregkoko

    gregkoko Initiate (69) Mar 12, 2010 New York
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    Hits distribution next week. It'll most likely be the same price point as every other Sixpoint 4pk
  3. MisterBisco

    MisterBisco Disciple (383) Feb 18, 2009 New York
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    Hasn't even hit Whole Foods in Manhattan as of today, and they are usually at the front of the line.
  4. Retail1LO

    Retail1LO Initiate (0) May 4, 2011 Pennsylvania

    I love Resin, but really haven't been thrilled with anything else. I want this beer to be so good. lol I love coffee in beer.
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  5. shinmemkuf

    shinmemkuf Initiate (115) Jan 8, 2013 New York

    Saw it at Beer Table Pantry this evening in Grand Central Terminal but couldnt bring myself to pay $6 a can knowing that it would be at least half that if I just waited to find it in 4 packs
  6. marcopolo12345

    marcopolo12345 Initiate (0) Feb 7, 2010 Texas

    I'm drinking one right now, got it at the supermarket (I'm in Flatbush). I don't like the idea of chocolate or coffee in beer, I only bought it because it was cold and I'm sick of Bengali, also I like to get drunk an 3 Beans is 10% in a 12 oz can. I kind of like it, and like I said, I usually don't go for this stuff, so if you do, you'll prolly like it. My fav so far is Resin, but it's hard to find
  7. ThirstyFace

    ThirstyFace Initiate (0) Jan 11, 2013 New York

    It's amazing and gives FBS a run for its money
  8. templar316

    templar316 Initiate (0) Apr 6, 2007 Pennsylvania

    Got a case at Shangy's for $65.
  9. jmdrpi

    jmdrpi Poo-Bah (4,002) Dec 11, 2008 Pennsylvania

    Picked up a single can to try at the Blue Dog in Lansdale. $3.50 or something like that.
  10. neas

    neas Initiate (0) Oct 18, 2011 Pennsylvania

    Saw 4 packs at beer heaven tonight. In the cooler.
  11. Beerisheaven

    Beerisheaven Devotee (463) Dec 5, 2007 Pennsylvania

    There are a bazillion sinsillion better beers with coffee and chocolate infusion. I found this one to be underwhelming at best.
  12. cosmicevan

    cosmicevan Poo-Bah (3,166) Dec 13, 2009 New York
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    i dug it but didn't find it to be mind blowing. there has been a lot of chatter about it, so i was pretty excited. it is good, especially if you dig coffee beers with that gourmet coffee flavor. i wasn't disappointed because it was good and i understand the chatter since it is very different for sixpoint. definitely worth a taste if you dig coffee/chocolate beers
  13. vande

    vande Champion (800) Jan 26, 2007 Illinois

    Just got it in out here...something like $12/4pk... Looks interesting...
  14. PhillyTapFinder

    PhillyTapFinder Initiate (23) May 21, 2012 Pennsylvania

    Drafts just hit Philly. Was on at Perch and Time as of last night. In my opinion, this could be Sixpoint's best beer. Big coffee flavor; no sign of the 10%. I really enjoyed it.
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  15. HokiesandBeer

    HokiesandBeer Initiate (0) Jan 10, 2013 Pennsylvania
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    Saw cans of it at The Bottle Shoppe in Ardmore yesterday.
  16. ThirstyFace

    ThirstyFace Initiate (0) Jan 11, 2013 New York

    Don't ever let anyone tell you that you are repetitive.
  17. DIPAfiend

    DIPAfiend Initiate (0) Mar 2, 2011 New York
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    Sixpoint= Suxpoint
  18. dcolatriano

    dcolatriano Disciple (325) Nov 19, 2003 Pennsylvania

    Had some at WF Devon. It's a great beer !
  19. bkov33

    bkov33 Initiate (176) Dec 5, 2007 New Jersey

    not a fan, took me awhile to finish off the can. Wish i could of only bought one can instead of the 4pack
  20. dborginis

    dborginis Disciple (307) Jul 9, 2008 Pennsylvania
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    Was $14 for a 4 pack at Whole foods, so a little higher than Resin (usually $10).
  21. axeman9182

    axeman9182 Initiate (0) Aug 5, 2009 New Jersey
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    Picked up a few cans of this, and my reaction after the first one was that it's decent but not great. It's got a potent raw coffee bean flavor to it, and I didn't pick up much in the way of chocolate. The 10% is well hidden though.
  22. Steeeve

    Steeeve Initiate (0) Nov 16, 2010 Pennsylvania

    I was going to buy this at Whole Foods PM. The price wasn't marked but I assumed it was around the same as Resin which I believe is only $7.99. They rang it up at $14.99. I was astonished. Why on earth would anyone pay such an exorbitant price? Nevermind that inaccurate and/or nonexistent price tags are my biggest beef with Whole Foods.
  23. dborginis

    dborginis Disciple (307) Jul 9, 2008 Pennsylvania
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    It's a coffee imperial stout aged on oak. Seems about right to me. WF Devon was $1 cheaper.
  24. ShanePB

    ShanePB Poo-Bah (1,630) Sep 6, 2010 Pennsylvania
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    I paid $13.99/4-pack at WF Devon. $3.50 a can really isn't bad....

    For a 10% ABV, coffee/chocolate beer aged on oak, the price isn't too crazy, IMO.
  25. beano37

    beano37 Initiate (0) Feb 11, 2013 New York

    Best Market In Huntington Station NY(long Island) has 4 paks for $10.99 Will try some this weekend I think
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