Discussion in 'Beer Travel, Events and Releases' started by pgh_penguins, Jun 13, 2014.
Zero bottles. Don't go.
In the interest of Bryan being able to walk across the street and get me one, I agree. It's probably already sold out
So you guys are telling me there's a chance?
I decided to take a pass on this and sleep off a hangover instead of driving up to Asheville. Seeing pics of the line, I'm glad I made that call.
Oh well, I won't get bottles, but at least I get to stand in line for 2 hrs on a Saturday morning to pay $1.50oz for draft.
I heard they didn't even keg any! Hence the higher bottle count than Jester King.
Gonna be lots of upset people in an hour or so lol.
That's cool. The last Abbey Collab is basically DDG, just not announced to keep the hype down. Don't want to much hype, ya know?
Around 150 people in line by 6AM. It's also in the mid 30's. Oh and our air quality is still in the code red level from the forest fires.
So 5+ hours in line + near freezing temps + possible emphysema + 3 bottle limit at $26/bottle plus tax for a raspberry sour that's comparable to a cheaper one sitting on their shelves =
Got here at 7am. # 171 out of 181 wristbands. Hooray beer
Bartender last night said they kegged 4 1/6 kegs. And it's really good. Real hype on this 1
When was angel of darkness last released.
Don't feel like doing my hw and trying to figure out
Asking for friend who looking to acquire
I'm not up to speed them. Any idea what going rate is money/trade wise?
I think it was like $20 a bottle I'm not sure I didn't go this year.
Bottles lasted a couple days...case limit.
Anyone going to try and grab these ? I'm planning on trying to be there on the 18th(Sat)
I'll save my enamel
A dig at RB I assume?
I'm intrigued. I really don't think either brewery's base beer for their sours is that mindblowing but both do a pretty good job with fruit when they don't hold back.