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Discussion in 'New England' started by MattOC, Apr 1, 2015.
Can line short right now.
Any word on how much King Julius was brewed?
I went yesterday and my cousin went 2 hours ago before release.
Go again! I went Thursday and again today. Ain't no Thang
Can line has been very short, but the wait for that 750 is very long!
how long? still debating making the trip
Will 750 king julius last the day?
I got there at 12:30 and there was no line for cans. 2 hr wait for bottles. We went to BT's and had lunch. Many, Many Julius cans to be seen. Got back to the House a little after 2:30, Lauren had my bottles all set. When I asked her what the limits were, she said 1 x 750pp due to it being a small batch so I'd guess brewed on the old system. At 1pp, I'd say it should make it through the day. I was person 140 at 12:30.
2 hour wait at 4 for growers and no can line. I doubt King would have made it to my fills if I waited. Took my Julius and made it home before would have possibly got growlers and am pretty happy with my decision
I did the same thing….i'm pretty happy to finally be able to try Julius!
What's TH charging for the cans?
It was $22 for the 6 cans
Yes, 16oz cans! Quite a bargain actually for this day and age - that would be about $5.00 if it came in a bomber at the same price per oz.
we're they warning of maybe running out?
king was still pouring strong when I left there at 6:10 and they didn't say anything about it running low
no warning of running out and they had enough for about 180 fills
it was more so the 2 hour wait and then 2 hour drive
Very jealous of all you who were able to go get some of that amazing stuff today. Enjoy!!
I got there at 4:15 and they told me it was a two hour wait for growlers. I waited, and it turned out that the wait was more like 1:20. And yes I got King Julius. My life feels complete now .
Maybe there will be a next time for King Julius.
I thought the wait may have been less but couldn't pull the trigger. Guess all my Julius will have to smooth my pain. Glad you or some. I bet it is phenomenal.
Oh wait there is no pain. I have plenty of Julius now.
Yeah I can't fault your decision. I very nearly did the same thing. I'm betting King Julius pops up again eventually.
Thx for the insight. Got there at 5:30. Out at 6:30 with king julius and some Julius cans.
I have a new schedule at work and it prohibits (as of now) a weekly Tree House trip. Kinda discouraging but its great that they are kicking out the classics right now. I'll get mine, eventually.
So...what are everybody's thoughts on how they released KJ and Julius Cans Saturday ?
I know "silent" releases weren't the norm at the old location, but after the fiasco that took place on Vagabond and C13 can day, I think they handled this as well as they could have.
Had they announced KJ/Julius prior to open, they would have had hundreds in line at open and parking would have been a mess. Even with the moderate limits, it would have been crazy.
What I saw was a very calm, organized day at the brewery even though they were very busy. My only complaint was I wish I could have gotten 2 KJ 750s or a couple more cans of Julius -- but by setting the limits they did, it guaranteed that anybody that went Saturday got a fair amount. It also left a little for Thursday, which I expect will have a larger than usual crowd for at open.
Great job guys!
I only wound up with Julius cans (I didn't want to wait 2 hours for King Julius growler fills) and they are tasting really good. I am extremely happy with my decision.
I wonder if the line for Thursday started already.
I generally don't care for silent releases, but I do agree that this one worked out nicely (easy to say when you scored a growler of King J). I got there around 4:45, was told it was a 2 hour wait, but was out by a little after 6, which was very cool. What was also nice, was that they had hinted that KJ was being brewed, so at least those that pay attention already were on the lookout for it.
Even with a silent release they had about 800 people buy cans of Julius.
That is a crazy thought. I imagine that if they did announce the release the cans would have sold out Saturday
The system seems to be working great for those that are relatively close or are willing to wait for limited amounts of beer. It is over 2 hours for me each way so I do not see myself making the trip in the near future. Can't justify that kind of trip for 6 cans and a growler or two. Not sure I would do it even for a case of Julius. Next time my travel plans bring me close, though, I will be there.
Can everything hoppy!!!! (Except small batch trials) Hell, can those too!!!
I'd do it for a case of Julius, or a case of really any Tree House. But we saw what happened when everyone had a few days notice that you could get a full case of Tree House IPAs: Madness! (OK, having Vagabond on at the same time didn't help matters...)
I wonder if even with their new production levels at full throttle they'll ever be able to pre-announce (or even sell!) Julius or Green cases. It's not like the novelty is going to wear off, and the demand is clearly currently there to clean them out in an evening if they set limits like that.
I did the same and was able to drink some tasty beer as well as receiving some whales in return via trades
I plan to drink all my Julius
I would go if I had other things to do in that general area (read, within an hour) but not round trip for a case of beer. Not when I can use the same time to head to VT and get a case of Heady plus a bunch of other stuff. Even better, when I can hit Portland for Swish or something of that nature. Plus there is Trillium that is just over an hour from me...Don't get me wrong, I love Treehouse stuff, but just too far to do on it's own...But...if anyone ever wants to trade some Treehouse cans for VT stuff then keep me in mind!
I traded with my neighbor. 2 cans of J......for some C14.
As far as I'm concerned, every week there's something special coming on. Either go or don't go. It's all good!
Happened to on a whim decide to hit a few breweries Saturday, one of them I didn't know much about but saw on the brewery map was TH. So we stopped there first, not having a clue anything was going on other than a normal Saturday. Holy cow, the growler line was a 2 hour wait due to King Julius and there was another line for cans of Julius that were coming off the canning line. Literally someone was loading them on a pallet right after they came off the line and another person was taking money for 6 at a time as fast as she could manage. Despite their best efforts the line stayed about 20 people deep with people cycling through about 1 per minute. Insane. It's an hour from me, I'll be back there soon.
@thedivebarworc: @TreeHouseBrewCo invades our taps Saturday! http://t.co/JIkmNT0mWx
Nate just posted in the help wanted forum looking for a Full Time Cellar Person.
Not that I'm at all qualified for the position, but this makes me super excited about the future of Tree House.