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Discussion in 'Beer Releases' started by Jason, Jan 12, 2013.
Ha, that's hilarious! CT a 'state'. You're such a card.
Well they charge me state taxes. Who should I complain to?
I am going to tweet Stone every day. That is my small part to play in getting Enjoy By into CT.
Heading out tonight to Capones in Norristown,PA to pick up my reserved bottle and have one on tap - just tapped today!
Just got a case, putting one in fridge now, was lucky to score a bottle of 11-9-12, cant wait to see how this one compairs.
Just picked up a bottle today on the way home from work. They had a bunch but only allowed one per customer.
Any of this floating around Los Angeles or specifically the San Fernando Valley?
Apparently you can get bottles and growlers at the Stone store in Pasadena, but otherwise it won't be seen around town.
how is it this time around? cant wait to get my hands on it soon, its a top 5 DIPA for me without question
Just got this in Pittsburgh today. A 6 day old beer. Really aromatic and really tasty.
Drinking my 2nd in 2x days and no joke, this is the real deal.
Filled my growler (plus the 2 max bottles) at the Oceanside store yesterday. [PS: Why do you fools live in poopholes like PA when you could live in beautiful SoCal and drink the best beers in the world every damn day? Not hatin'.... educatin'.] And I have the day off, so figured it would be a good day to crush this superfresh growler (slowly, responsibly). Enjoyby for breakfast = Nirvana. And this may be the best batch yet. Slightly more booziness than past iterations, but TONS of complex hoppy flavor notes. Absolutely delicious.
BUTT LOADS. Cheers
I said the same thing w/ the release of the Mint Choc. Imp.Stout recently.
Has anyone spotted this in Phoenix yet? And which stores?
I picked up a few bottles last night at the Stone Company Store in South Park (San Diego). Definitely one of my more favorite tasting IPA's to come out of Stone. Great job!
Stone is in CT, just not with the special one-offs. My understanding, and someone please correct me if Im wrong, is it's due to CT's restrictive product licensing regs. CT doesnt license a brewery as a whole, allowing them to buy one license and bring in whatever they produce, but rather they require a brewery to license (and pay licensure fees) for each and every single product a brewery wants to bring in. It's a lot of red tape that keeps special unique offerings out of the state. (shields up)
We just got these in my store. Im shocked at the price point; 5.99!!!!
I picked up 2 bottles. Cannot effin' wait to crack one open tonight!!