Being a beer freak for over 20 years in the USA, i am dismayed by the ever shrinking shelf space for the old traditional import beers. Sure I tink riht now is a great tome for craft beer..but i feel sad that i can no longer go to my local beer store and buy Fullers London Porter or Gouden Carolus Tripel etc..but i can get a flood of hazy IPAs from little breweries in California or Colorado for twice the price. Its disheartening t think new Beer Advocates wont really get the full range of the traditional beers I had ..one of my favorite places had a whole section of such beers refrigerated 5 years ago..now its the 2 bottom shelves for German/Belgian/British beers..the rest been taken by the bloody hazies or gluten free ( this is Oregon). I understand there is way more profit to be made in a $5 16 oz can of a no name brewery hazy than a $4.50 500 ml bottle of Andechs Dopplebock..but its so sad. Is this just an Oregon thing or is this everywhere?