Troegs is canning!!

Discussion in 'Mid-Atlantic' started by psnydez86, Sep 11, 2013.

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  1. psnydez86

    psnydez86 Disciple (362) Jan 4, 2012 Pennsylvania
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    Just found out on twitter that in about a month perpetual and troegenator will be out in canS!!! I love it.
     
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  2. gregkoko

    gregkoko Initiate (69) Mar 12, 2010 New York
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    Perpetual in cans will be great
     
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  3. CurtFromHershey

    CurtFromHershey Devotee (476) Oct 4, 2012 Minnesota
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    These will frequently find their way into my face hole


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    looks like 4pks of troegenator and 12pks (maybe?) of perpetual
     
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  4. jageraholic

    jageraholic Disciple (369) Sep 16, 2009 Massachusetts
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    sounds awesome. hopefully they can nugget nectar too!
     
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  5. OptionParalysis

    OptionParalysis Initiate (0) Jul 12, 2013 New York
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    Awesome news. I love that more and more quality brews are finding their way into cans!
     
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  6. sahd-1

    sahd-1 Disciple (355) Jul 2, 2013 Illinois
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    Now, if they'd just start distributing to IL...
     
  7. jbdpsu82

    jbdpsu82 Disciple (397) Aug 28, 2012 Pennsylvania
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    They'll also be bottling 375mL corked and caged bottles of LaGrave in October. A lot of new things going on over at Troegs
     
  8. joeebbs

    joeebbs Initiate (0) Apr 29, 2009 Pennsylvania

    great news!
     
  9. DWheeler379

    DWheeler379 Aspirant (268) Jun 15, 2012 Colorado

    The bigger impact for me would be "Troeg's is expanding to North Carolina." They're in VA - only one more state south! I love Troeg's. Thanks for the info though. I will be bring back some 12ers at Thanksgiving when up in DC. Will get some DC Brau as well.
     
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  10. dieBlume

    dieBlume Initiate (0) Mar 18, 2013 Virginia

    So what you're saying is...when I go back to PA I'm going to have to buy some cans? I'm okay with this.
     
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  11. audioserf

    audioserf Aspirant (253) Sep 3, 2010 Connecticut

    Now all I need to happen is for them to expand to CT and also can Sunshine Pils and I will be the happiest man possible.
     
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  12. lovethebelgians

    lovethebelgians Initiate (176) Apr 25, 2013 Illinois

    real news for me would be that they'll distribute in the MW
     
  13. sweetwaterman

    sweetwaterman Initiate (0) Jan 27, 2005 North Carolina

    I''ll look forward to the HopBack Amber.
     
  14. TheNightwatchman

    TheNightwatchman Zealot (506) Mar 28, 2009 Pennsylvania

    Perpetual in cans? Sign me up! Troegenator in cans is pretty legit too.
     
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  15. regularjohn

    regularjohn Initiate (0) Feb 7, 2013 New Jersey

    oooooooh this is awesome, need some fresh nugget nectar in cans mmmmmmmmmmmm
     
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  16. vshay

    vshay Initiate (0) Jun 23, 2013 Pennsylvania

    Love Troeggs and its only a half hour away from me. Liking the idea of Perpetual in a can
     
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  17. braugon

    braugon Initiate (0) Mar 14, 2013 Connecticut

    sunshine cans next summer?? :cool:
     
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  18. Greenplastic615

    Greenplastic615 Disciple (395) Nov 4, 2008 Pennsylvania
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    Perpetual in cans is awesome. Perfect golf beer, now in a perfect format.
     
  19. LopeJuice

    LopeJuice Initiate (0) Aug 23, 2012 New York

    NN cans would be amazing!!
     
  20. imbrue001

    imbrue001 Aspirant (212) Aug 6, 2010 Pennsylvania

    whoa whoa, did you say 4-packs?
    fail.
     
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  21. bigfnjoe

    bigfnjoe Initiate (0) Oct 22, 2009 Pennsylvania

    The Troegenator 4-packs are of 16oz cans FWIW
     
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  22. dagimp

    dagimp Aspirant (268) Nov 18, 2008 Pennsylvania
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    Come on Victory, get with the program! I could live off of canned Prima!
     
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  23. DaveHack

    DaveHack Crusader (794) Mar 28, 2011 Pennsylvania
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    So what you're sayin' is we both like cans?
     
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  24. dieBlume

    dieBlume Initiate (0) Mar 18, 2013 Virginia

    You are correct my friend! I'm just sad that I didn't drink more Troegs when I was living in PA. Been to their brewery three times...all while under 21. So much fail.
     
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  25. alexsergio

    alexsergio Zealot (544) Mar 7, 2011 New York
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    why are folks clamoring for NN in cans?? no one is drinking it during beach/golf/lawn cutting season.

    do what you always do, pour your NN into an appropriate piece of glassware!!!

    perpetual in cans, thats a different story.
     
  26. PGH_Penguins

    PGH_Penguins Initiate (0) May 26, 2013 North Carolina
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    I'm in that boat, sad I didn't abuse the PA beer scene while I lived there. Now I just go back on holidays and try to stock up.

    Big fan of NN!
     
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  27. LMT

    LMT Initiate (0) Oct 15, 2009 Virginia

    If this is accurate, I might get back into shotgunning.

    Looking forward to some canned Troegs! They picked two of their more interesting brews to do it with.
     
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  28. stickboy1125

    stickboy1125 Initiate (0) Jan 28, 2012 Virginia

    Can't wait for Perpetual in cans, I was looking forward to Centennial cans but this beer is significantly better and will most likely be a couple $$ cheaper per 12.
     
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  29. dieBlume

    dieBlume Initiate (0) Mar 18, 2013 Virginia

    It sucks, doesn't it? I barely liked beer while living in PA. But I guess it isn't the worst thing ever since the closest place I could get beer was ONLY a distributor. As a poor college kid the only case I found myself buying was Yuengling. ;p
     
  30. bigfnjoe

    bigfnjoe Initiate (0) Oct 22, 2009 Pennsylvania


    Because I go on vacation in March every year and bring a case of NN with me. Sure would be great to bring cans and save room *and* be able to leave the damn room with it.

    Oh, and for those wondering about the Troegenator 16ozers?

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    1 pint, 16 fl oz
     
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  31. imbrue001

    imbrue001 Aspirant (212) Aug 6, 2010 Pennsylvania

    aka, 8 ounces less
     
  32. PGH_Penguins

    PGH_Penguins Initiate (0) May 26, 2013 North Carolina
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    Yup, I'm happy to see the laws are changing up there. Although, I'd like to see more bottle shops with better prices. I'm from Pittsburgh, and haven't found a selection like I have down here.
     
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  33. bigfnjoe

    bigfnjoe Initiate (0) Oct 22, 2009 Pennsylvania


    I'd assume the logic lies in the ABV. Two 12oz might be too many (yet seems doable), whereas one 16oz might be juuuuuuuuust right. Just a thought, not saying I'm pro or con in either direction.
     
  34. imbrue001

    imbrue001 Aspirant (212) Aug 6, 2010 Pennsylvania

    16oz may be just right. So ill take either a 5 pack or a 4-pack plus one mini 8 ouncer on top.
     
  35. CurtFromHershey

    CurtFromHershey Devotee (476) Oct 4, 2012 Minnesota
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    Troegs always seems like a bargain. I have no issue with a four pack of pounders vs a traditional sixer. Still going to be a well priced beer.
     
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