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Tue Dec 22, 2015 3:47 pm

lujborg wrote:godddamn. this fudge is drymounting phenomenal. goddamn is it drymounting good
Have you ever had abraxas? You'd soon forget about this beer afterwards... :pint:
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PLUSH wrote:For better news, go here. http://tenemu.com/news/ab-inbev-purchas ... ge/12/2015
I mentioned this on the last page. Can hardly call it better news.
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I was just starting to love the BB Farmhouse brewery too :x
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Tue Dec 22, 2015 4:16 pm

sidewaysscott wrote:
PLUSH wrote:For better news, go here. http://tenemu.com/news/ab-inbev-purchas ... ge/12/2015
I mentioned this on the last page. Can hardly call it better news.
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Tue Dec 22, 2015 4:23 pm

The only possible upside to this is better distribution. If I can start getting Breckenridge in TN, I'd be happy. Just don't ruin the beer, please. We get plenty of mediocre beer already.
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Tue Dec 22, 2015 4:34 pm

ColonelCash wrote:The only possible upside to this is better distribution. If I can start getting Breckenridge in TN, I'd be happy. Just don't ruin the beer, please. We get plenty of mediocre beer already.
In a perfect world the distribution wouldn't sacrifice any taste. Unfortunately, we don't live in a perfect world :neutral:
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Tue Dec 22, 2015 5:18 pm

hardly ever buy breckenridge. just picked up their 25th anniversary beer cause it sounded like it has potential. otherwise, cant name the last one i snagged from them. 72 imperial, maybe?

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Sue just isn't the same beer it used to be... I'm over the 4 pack bottles. Hopefully the cans are an improvement.
Cans are definitely an improvement over the last batch of bottles.....id give it another chance :pint:
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lsmith55 wrote:
lujborg wrote:godddamn. this fudge is drymounting phenomenal. goddamn is it drymounting good
Have you ever had abraxas? You'd soon forget about this beer afterwards... :pint:

Not really into the imperials, but thanks for the rec. love the sweet creaminess of the milk stouts!
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ColonelCash wrote:The only possible upside to this is better distribution. If I can start getting Breckenridge in TN, I'd be happy. Just don't ruin the beer, please. We get plenty of mediocre beer already.

I'm pretty sure they aren't buying all these breweries because of their commitment to quality
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some xmas beer@ work :pint:
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Wed Dec 23, 2015 3:45 pm

Terrapin is hit or miss with me. Hope this is good!
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lujborg wrote:godddamn. this fudge is drymounting phenomenal. goddamn is it drymounting good
It really is! And, keep an eye out for Prairie Christmas Bomb, which might be even better, and Abraxas, which is even better than that.
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Wed Dec 23, 2015 7:46 pm

Man, that is some shitty news about Breckenridge. Beer wasn't fabulous but...
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