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BayouBengal
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Where are you that you can't get this? I assume out of state?


Yeah, but not by much. I just want some Irish Channel Stout on draught.






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TreyAnastasio
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Yuengling (I want a cheap beach/pool beer)


It is no different from Bud Heavy. The only difference is yuengling dyes their beer to make people think it is a heavier, dark beer.






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If you could pick three breweries that do not currently distribute where you live, what three would you like to see come to your market?

Bell's
Bell's
and Bell's.

Seriously, it would probably be
Bell's
Lakefront
and maybe New Glarus






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Vinnie's desk that showed a 100000 barrel expansion facility.....just sayin.
perhaps, but that may still only help to fulfill their CA, OR, CO demand

then they go into Chicago

then Texas if anything else is left






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It is no different from Bud Heavy. The only difference is yuengling dyes their beer to make people think it is a heavier, dark beer.


Their Lord Chesterfield Ale is solid.






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TreyAnastasio
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I was talking about the Lager. Dont think I have ever had one of those. English Ale?





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BayouBengal
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I was talking about the Lager. Dont think I have ever had one of those. English Ale?


It's harder to find. It's actually got a hop taste. It's nothing like an IPA by any means but I'm not a hop head so it hits the balance I like.

And yeah I know their Lager and light lager aren't really all that different from Bud but I'd rather buy a case of Yuengling Light to take out on the lake than a case of Bud Light.






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Salmon
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I havn't seen NOLA in NELA.


Yeah Shreveport just got NOLA beers a couple of months ago






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BayouBengal
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Yeah Shreveport just got NOLA beers a couple of months ago


It's been in Port City for a while. I've had it at Bear's over a year ago.






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DEANintheYAY
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Vinnie's desk that showed a 100000 barrel expansion facility.....just sayin.
perhaps, but that may still only help to fulfill their CA, OR, CO demand

then they go into Chicago

then Texas if anything else is left


To be honest its not as ubiquitous as you would think even here in SF. They could--if they wanted to--send a ton more beer to California. Also, as you alluded to their presence in CO could easily be increased.






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LSUballs
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I've seen it on tap up here but not in bottles. Plenty of that crappy Bayou Teche to be had though. And Tin Roof.





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Salmon
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It's been in Port City for a while. I've had it at Bear's over a year ago.


yeah I guess the blonde and brown have been up here for at least a year, but Hopitoulas has definitely only been up here for a few months






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Vidic
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Cigar City
DFH
I have no idea if Firestone Walker would be realistic in AL but that would be nice
More Jester King?(I see bottles here and there but I would love thier full lineup)






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tetu
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quote:
try to be somewhat realistic

didn't see this.

New answer

Cigar City
Terrapin
Dogfish Head






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Tiger Ryno
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Bell's
Cigar City
Terrapin

Those are my realistic ones....I'm hoping we get firestone walker here in Houston within the next year since Dallas/Austin is already getting it. Will have founders soon as well.






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Salmon
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More Jester King?(I see bottles here and there but I would love thier full lineup)


wait...y'all get Jester King bottles in Alabama?






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wait...y'all get Jester King bottles in Alabama?
yes they do...






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Dannunzio
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yes they do...

Wow. I didn't know that either.






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tetu
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wait...y'all get Jester King bottles in Alabama
when Alabama had all their law changes, they started distribution as a sort of celebration.

They distribute to 7 states and none border tx. It's very erratic.





Rumors say they will be in LA before long.



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And I'm surprised no one has yet to say DFH for LA. I assume it is bound to happen soon...hopefully.


Nothing as of yet. However, i did see they are building a new brewery. So maybe?

I like DFH, but i'm not a fan of some of their ancient ales. They get points for creativity, but the flavors aren't good, from the ones i've had.






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