It has been my experience that beer geeks are an "ale-centric" bunch. Rarely do I see demand for craft lagers that rivals demand for craft ales. Breweries, as you would imagine, answer the call for ales. Understandbly so. As such, most of what I see on craft-dedicated shelves when I go to my local bottle shops is 90% ales and 10% lagers. This is frustrating to a lager lover like me who wishes it was more 50/50, but I get it. Sure, there is always Prima Pils and Brooklyn Lager and there is occasionally SN Summerfest and SA Noble Pils. That's all fine and good, but it'd be nice to have even more variety (pause...first world problems in a MAJOR way....unpause). Long do I yearn for the day when I walk into a bottle shop and I have the choice of 23 different Czech Pils instead of 23 different IPA's. Anyway, I am curious what you all think. I have the tendency to think most BA's don't want more lagers, but maybe I am wrong. Your comments are appreciated. Salute!