The Bruery is closing Provisions

Discussion in 'Pacific' started by sandiego67, Jan 7, 2013.

  1. domtronzero

    domtronzero Aug 18, 2007 California

    Exactly. Furthermore, they were not offering discounts on their own branding because they can just move it to the tasting room and sell it there. Why would they sell things from the cellar at that "event" when they can just move them to the tasting room as well?
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  2. thedirtyname

    thedirtyname Dec 7, 2012 California

    Sorry, not seeing an edit post option. To clarify, there were plenty of bottles of those two types of Eclipses left.
  3. evilc

    evilc Jan 27, 2012 California

    I don't what his profit margin is, but I'd buy 2x more beer from him if he lowered his prices 25%.
  4. Vanlingleipa

    Vanlingleipa May 19, 2011 California
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    Just a bunch of beer dudes standing around shooting the shyte, m'man. No need to get dick-bent about it.
  5. jtmartino

    jtmartino Dec 11, 2010 California
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    That's usually the problem right there. ;)
  6. Vanlingleipa

    Vanlingleipa May 19, 2011 California
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    Look at the positive side - at least it keeps us from posting
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  7. 2beerdogs

    2beerdogs Jan 31, 2005 California
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    Long gone, like within an hour of opening yesterday.:(
  8. Earlycsquid

    Earlycsquid Jan 7, 2013 California
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    Pretty much everything has been picked over after opening today.
  9. Rollzroyce21

    Rollzroyce21 Oct 24, 2009 California
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    Yeah, not much there.. unless you love affligem or alaskan smoked porter
  10. 3rdto1st

    3rdto1st Dec 1, 2011 California

    Saw a lot of people complaining on Facebook about the closing. Some were saying they were not renewing RS or were getting a "refund" The Bruery isn't seriously giving refunds to people for a membership just because Provisions closed, are they?
  11. Xul

    Xul May 18, 2008 California

    That makes zero sense, considering people had to renew their RS membership before 01/01/13, and the closing of Provisions wasn't announced until after the 1st. It looks like the person who mentioned refunds was just making fun of the people saying they won't renew, and as far as people saying they're not renewing...they either already paid for 2013, or hadn't renewed anyway.
  12. Earlycsquid

    Earlycsquid Jan 7, 2013 California
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    I think of FB the provisions store profile actually responded to one person who wanted a refund by saying they could get one if they contacted them.

    So yeah, I guess some are actually getting refunded... or at least threatening to do so because of this.
  13. nanobrew

    nanobrew Dec 31, 2008 California

    It is weird to me that someone would want a refund due to provisions closing. The only benefit is that provisions might be closer for someone, otherwise they keep all of the perks and benefits. It is not as if Provisions closing changes the main purpose of the RS at all. In all honesty, I agree with the Bruery in issuing refunds. Typically the people who are quick to bitch and moan are some of the worse and cheapest customers. Just make them happy by giving them their money back so they can shut up and move on.
  14. Earlycsquid

    Earlycsquid Jan 7, 2013 California
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    I concur. The tasting room isn't more than 10 minutes away from that and since they moved RS pick ups, you'd have to go to the tasting room anyway.

    I guess the perk they must have been more interested in was the % in the provisions flight area? Cause there was no discount on anything not-bruery related at provisions with RS. And I'm sure all the bottles that were on the shelf from the Bruery will still be able to purchase at tasting room for consumption off site.
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