Havent scored one of these yet. Grabbing 6 of each tomorrow though.jlabbate wrote:New triple dry hopped IPA from Other Half..Triple Cream..straight up fire
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Enjoy..you wont be disappoontedcarljwiii wrote:Havent scored one of these yet. Grabbing 6 of each tomorrow though.jlabbate wrote:New triple dry hopped IPA from Other Half..Triple Cream..straight up fire
Ooof. That peanut butter stout they put out on Friday is somethin' else. Really great stuff.Codeblue wrote:Made it to trillium but not tree house this time. Dialed in and pm dawn are so fuggin good.
On a side note, I'm having my bachelor party next weekend and this is our first stop (I'm gonna die): http://copenhagenbeerfest.com/beer
just an FYIrelentlesskevin wrote:Over carbed, but amazing!
Over the weekend we became aware of some incidents of Mexican Brunch bottles foaming when opened. We take any potential issues regarding quality seriously and so starting Monday morning we began investigating the issue to determine whether there was a problem. As with all our bottled and canned beers, Mexican Brunch went through a series of laboratory tests to detect any beer spoiling contaminants in the tank and once again in the package - all of which came back negative prior to its release.
Our first step was to re-run all those tests yesterday to confirm that the beer was negative—which it is. We also re-tested the carbonation levels in the bottles. The result was between 2.2-2.4 volumes of carbonation which is in the correct tolerance for this beer (Head High is carbonated at 2.5 volumes as a point of reference). We then proceeded to open a few cases of archived bottles that we save from each release that were from different points in the bottling run.
Our results mirrored what we are hearing in the market place. A large portion of our bottles were fine, but we did encounter some that foamed when opened. Since we ruled out contamination and over-carbonation, we then considered other causes of foaming in beer--specifically nucleation points.
After some research, we believe that the foaming in some bottles was caused by nucleation points which is attributed to the abundant amount of the specific spices we used in Mexican Brunch. As we got closer to the end of the bottling run more of the spice particulates that had settled to the bottom of the tank ended up in some of the bottles. Since we have no way of knowing which bottles or how many are impacted, we are issuing a full refund to anyone who purchased Mexican Brunch. We are not asking for the bottles back or that you discard them because there is no issue with the beer and the flavor should not be impacted. There is also no need to store them cold, but we do recommend that you chill the bottles down completely prior to opening and pour quickly into a glass once opened.
Since we opened in 2011 our focus has been on setting and maintaining a consistently high level of quality for all our beers. With this bottle release we didn’t met those high internal standards we set for ourselves. We are continuing to research this issue to prevent this problem in the future. If you have any questions at all please email us at email@example.com.
Very impressive customer service!jlabbate wrote:Since we have no way of knowing which bottles or how many are impacted, we are issuing a full refund to anyone who purchased Mexican Brunch. We are not asking for the bottles back or that you discard them because there is no issue with the beer and the flavor should not be impacted.