Wachusett coming to CT

Discussion in 'New England' started by CTBeerPope, Feb 27, 2013.

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  1. CTBeerPope

    CTBeerPope Aspirant (239) Jan 30, 2012 Connecticut
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    Found out yesterday Wachusett will be coming to CT soon but only in certain counties. I know this won't excite some but just letting you guys know. When I know the exact counties ill post . Distro will be CBG.
     
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  2. smutty33

    smutty33 Zealot (522) Jun 12, 2009 Connecticut
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    Nice.........:)

    Larry!!!

    Cheers
     
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  3. jbertsch

    jbertsch Meyvn (1,039) Dec 14, 2008 Massachusetts

    Enjoy. I think Wachusett is an under unappreciated brewery. I think the reason why many geeks may not consider them among their top favorite local craft is because their flagship is a blueberry beer so that's what's first associated with them (and geeks don't seem to gravitate towards blueberry beers). However, if you go past that, they have some very enjoyable stuff. Even beyond Larry. For starters, I think fresh Green Monstah is really delicious, and their milk stout is super tasty.
     
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  4. audioserf

    audioserf Aspirant (253) Sep 3, 2010 Connecticut

    I've only had Green Monstah IPA (visiting family in MA for Thanksgiving) and I enjoyed it a lot. I'll buy it once it gets to CT. :)
     
  5. slangtruth

    slangtruth Initiate (197) Jan 8, 2012 Massachusetts

    Lucky CT. Trade ya for NEBCO :cool:
     
  6. woosterbill

    woosterbill Poo-Bah (2,591) Apr 6, 2009 Kentucky
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    Tell that to everyone ISO Blabaer, KBE, Cascade Blueberry, LeBleu, etc, etc.
     
  7. jbertsch

    jbertsch Meyvn (1,039) Dec 14, 2008 Massachusetts

    Wasn't referring to wild ales and such...just blueberry beers like the ones made by wachusett, sea dog, newport storm, etc
     
  8. woosterbill

    woosterbill Poo-Bah (2,591) Apr 6, 2009 Kentucky
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    Oh, I'm well aware, and just felt like being a sardonic jerk for the moment. The bigger point is that BAs hate ALL non-sour fruit beers, not just blueberry ones.
     
  9. xanok

    xanok Disciple (367) Aug 13, 2009 Connecticut
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    I love Shipyard Smashed Blueberry and I question the palate of anyone that doesn't.
     
  10. kinopio

    kinopio Disciple (310) Apr 30, 2009 Massachusetts
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    I like plenty of non sour fruit beers. Looking at DFH alone you've got Black and Blue, Aprihop, and Festina Peche. All good beers in my eyes. If I'm stuck at a bar with limited craft I'll order a Raspberry UFO over a regular UFO every time.
     
  11. RMoeNay

    RMoeNay Initiate (0) Sep 22, 2010 Connecticut

    So individuals like fruit beers... But as a whole Woosterbill is correct, if you consider the majority of Fruit-Beers and their respective reviews (assuming sub 4.0 as the standard of 'doesn't like').

    Edit- and I mean non-sour Fruit beers....
     
  12. bootdown21

    bootdown21 Devotee (419) May 14, 2009 Connecticut
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    Just picked up a bottle of Larry in CT (Simsbury Liquor Depot) for $5.29. Best By 7/19/2013.
     
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  13. xanok

    xanok Disciple (367) Aug 13, 2009 Connecticut
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    Pretty cool. Does anyone know how far out the bottles are dated?
     
  14. TheLostGringo

    TheLostGringo Initiate (0) Dec 7, 2011 Connecticut
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    Would agree in general, some exceptions like New Glarus
     
  15. Pahn

    Pahn Meyvn (1,448) Dec 2, 2009 New York
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    wachusett in general: meh, might pick up some.

    if you're lucky enough to have a fresh larry source: big score.
     
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