Release Stone Enjoy By 04.01.13

Discussion in 'Beer News & Releases' started by shamrock071521, Feb 15, 2013.

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  1. AJ01923

    AJ01923 Devotee (414) Jan 1, 2013 Massachusetts
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    Where did you grab it in MA? My local shops were sold out.
  2. redelephantdane

    redelephantdane Initiate (0) Jan 23, 2006 North Carolina

    We got it here in NC. Really good, I'm glad more DIPA's are being brewed in this direction instead of the sugar and alcohol bombs of late.
  3. WestCoastBrew2

    WestCoastBrew2 Initiate (0) Dec 24, 2011 Vermont

    i just had the 4-1-13 and was let down after remembering the 12-21-12 batch. The 4-1-13 seemed way to Piney with not nearly as much nose as I remember from the 12-21-12. Anyone else feel this way?
  4. imduffman

    imduffman Initiate (0) Oct 22, 2012 Ohio

    Still have some available in Oxford, OH
  5. El_Guapo

    El_Guapo Initiate (0) Feb 19, 2013 California

    If you are still looking for it in the Danville/San Ramon part of the San Francisco East Bay, the Danville BevMo has about 3 cases stacked up near the first cash register. I now have enough to last me to 4/1/13. Cheers!
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  6. Hoptimus-Prime

    Hoptimus-Prime Disciple (339) Dec 7, 2012 North Carolina
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    12.99 in Moyock NC, they are fucking rheeming people lol
  7. Dag87

    Dag87 Initiate (0) Dec 18, 2012 California
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    Got to get me some of these....
  8. TychoNDC

    TychoNDC Disciple (389) Jan 7, 2013 Colorado
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    Found this today out on LI (Suffolk County out on the North Shore). Very excited to give it a try as I was not expecting it to be available.
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  9. Obsidian

    Obsidian Aspirant (214) Dec 9, 2012 California

    All Stone stores in California are doing growler fills of 04.20.13 on Monday.
  10. 19etz55

    19etz55 Disciple (320) Aug 12, 2007 New Jersey

    What about Jersey (NJ)? We love our beer here! That's no 4.01 joke!
  11. Fahz

    Fahz Disciple (314) May 31, 2012 New York
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    Picked up two bottles yesterday had one tonight - I am happy I found it and had a chance to enjoy one, thought it was very good!
  12. Thads324

    Thads324 Initiate (0) Jan 21, 2010 Connecticut

    Am I the only one who was underwhelmed by this beer?
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  13. Trilogy31

    Trilogy31 Initiate (0) Jan 13, 2011 California

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  14. SaintBenedict

    SaintBenedict Initiate (167) Nov 10, 2009 Pennsylvania

    Had this the other night, followed by a Sucks. While the Enjoy By was delicious, I think it spoiled my taste buds. Afterwards, the Sucks seemed to lack the juicy fruitiness that I had come to expect from it; instead, it seemed much more grainy. In any case, that doesn't take anything away from Enjoy By—tasty beer.
  15. OTB

    OTB Disciple (383) Sep 2, 2011 California

    WOW, I just LOVE it when I see Saratoga Springs pop up on this board. Though my family moved to So Cal in 1963 everyone on both sides our family are from Saratoga. Very cool.

  16. RyFikes

    RyFikes Initiate (0) Jan 3, 2013 New York

    Consumer Beverage has it too!
  17. Zurich

    Zurich Initiate (27) Sep 4, 2012 New York
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    just discovered a bunch of this at Khim's on Myrtle in Brooklyn. There were at least 4-5 bottles, not sure on the price. Khim's tends to be expensive in general, but in case anyone was looking, thought I'd mention it. Last day to grab it before it goes bad! :wink:
  18. APB

    APB Initiate (0) Dec 15, 2012 Nebraska

    Enjoy 4/20 fresh growler sent from fellow BA VegasHopHead. First glass ever and after just taking a sip I plan to try to always have this in my fridge, definitely in my top 3
  19. Crispy25

    Crispy25 Initiate (0) Jun 28, 2012 California

    I just picked up a 4/1 and it was damn damn good!
  20. nc41

    nc41 Meyvn (1,439) Sep 25, 2008 North Carolina
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    Nice twist on an IPA, loved it.
  21. fmccormi

    fmccormi Meyvn (1,287) Oct 24, 2010 California
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    Nope. I thought it was pretty solid (really good, actually) but it just didn't have the chutzpah I was expecting it to. All these hyped-up (D)IPAs anymore have all flavoring / aroma hops and such low bitterness. Fresh Finestkind is 5x as bitter as Enjoy By.
  22. GoGators

    GoGators Crusader (735) Aug 5, 2010 New Jersey
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    I loved it but find it puzzling how everyone complains about Lag Sucks moving to 32oz bottles and what it will do to the price, yet everyone is happy to be paying the equivalent of $20 or more for what would be a 6 pack of Enjoy By.
    Let's start the movement to get this in 12oz bottles. I am not greedy, 4 or 6 packs will do.
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  23. Thads324

    Thads324 Initiate (0) Jan 21, 2010 Connecticut

    Agreed! Fresh finest kind is one of the most underrated beers around. I just got a lot of muddled hops and oniony grass from enjoy by, both times i had it, both on tap and out of the bottle.
    I'll take ghandi-bot any day
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  24. fmccormi

    fmccormi Meyvn (1,287) Oct 24, 2010 California
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    Mm. Fresh Gandhi-Bot really is something special. Although, it drops off more quickly than a lot of others, I've found. And even it isn't that bitter, compared to some others. But, much more bitter than Enjoy By.
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