I spotted a stack of 12 packs (probably two dozen) of FW Union Jack this past weekend, canned late May 2018. What is the mentality behind this? Do they really think there is a market for year old IPAs? Such a waste of space and once-good beer. I pointed it out to the beer guy on the floor and he said "Oh, I'll have to talk to someone about that". (I'm sure he will) No wonder companies like FW are eating the shit right now: you can't even find their packaged flagship beers fresh if you try. I honestly can't remember the last time I've seen Pivo pils that wasn't 11 months old. Meanwhile, I stupidly grabbed a 12 pack of Narragansett Fresh Catch, sitting right next to the new summer arrivals that just came in. Opened the pack and it was brewed June 2018. What a dumbass I am for shopping there. Fuck Total Wine and their elephant graveyard of a beer aisle. That is all.