They bought a canning line and leased a warehouse to house their canning operation. All indications are they are moving toward having cans available on the regular at their Burlington waterfront location.First HF in cans and now this! Really hope this is a continuing trend for their beer!
Wait for the razzle to start...It looks like they sold out in about an hour this morning. I know Foam is good, but I wouldn't have imagined that a weekday release with less than 24hrs notice would sell out in 60 minutes. But I guess that is where craft beer is currently. Ugh.
It looks like they sold out in about an hour this morning. I know Foam is good, but I wouldn't have imagined that a weekday release with less than 24hrs notice would sell out in 60 minutes. But I guess that is where craft beer is currently. Ugh.
Feller at the bar serving me Pavement told me one of the band members reached out to them and said something complimentary (I forget the details now). But doesn't look like Malkmus and Co are going to start any litigation.The attorney in me can't help but think Foam is playing with fire with their beer names.
They posted today (Wednesday) around 4:30pm on their FB page that they still have 8 cases of Built to Spill remaining from the Tuesday 6pm release, so unless you have to get a whole case I wouldn't worry about getting in line too early.Any word on how the first Tuesday release went last night? I'll be there in two weeks for the Tuesday evening release and I'm curious how early folks lined up and such.
I haven't personally had any of the dots, but based on the opinions of people I trust I've heard similarly that there is a definite difference between the HOF beers and the Foam branded sours in terms of tartness.I cracked an Orange Dot the other night, and holy hell was that thing tart. I'm glad I had 2 other people helping out with the bottle, but even my short pour was tough to get down.
Is that normal for the Dots? This was my first one, and I was expecting something closer to the sours which I've had on multiple occasions in the tap room. Very surprised, to say the least.