Discussion in 'Beer Travel, Events and Releases' started by drgarage, Oct 1, 2013.
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Russian River just added Beatification, draft and bottles, to the coming soon board...
I noticed that last night. Super excited about this. Although when I looked at the board, it only said bottles. They doing draft as well this time?
It said both Beatification and Beatification 375, so I made an assumption...
AWESOME. I AM EXCITED.
Nice little tap takeover at Mad Dog tomorrow...
dammit. stupid grad school classes getting in the way of stuff that gets me blasted.
Perhaps every 3rd batch is has 750s...
Events with a frequency of 1 have very large error bars.
Seeing as Cable Car is releasing in 2 weeks, what is the release like? Do I gotta go line up really early/night before? Limit 1? Do they have it on draft? I've tried finding details and can't online. How was last years release?
What are you talking about, willis?
Cable Car...October 17th in both Toronado's per Toronado SD's twitter.
EDIT: Toronadosd announced date. Tomme essentially confirmed when someone asked when they'd go on sale in SF
Well, the last time they sold Cable Car people just lined up at the time of sale and got their bottles, it was pretty easy. But that was announced the day of, this one will likely be a tad more complicated.
Last year it was totally silent, 2-bottle-limit release. They did two waves, about a week apart. This year, Toronado sent out an email (which I received) confirming the date. I'm assuming it will be worse with the advance notice.
Alternate, fully viable models I propose:
Every positive power of 3th batch is 750s
Every Mersenne prime-th batch is 750s
Every even hexagonal number divided by 2th batch is 750s
Every (n+2)!, n<0 th batch is 750s
I dunno. Where are the batch 1, 2, and 5 750s?
Though, there were two batches called "1"...
Maybe it's in order of Pi digits? 3, then 14, then 15...
The only batch in 750's is 3. There are sort of two 1 patches, 1 and pH1.
He's aware. Just some math-dork humor.