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Re: What do you pay for 24 beer

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Billy NY

11-17-2012 11:03:18

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Harpoon does brew some nice ones, its almost $20/ 12 pack now. I've been to the Windsor Vt brewery several times, have a friend up there in NH not far from it, we get growlers fresh from the brewery when he comes through. I've met and conversed with a one of the co-founders/partners its a great company, that makes an enjoyable product. The prices of their inputs has risen, end price to consumer has to rise, but people will always pay for a quality beer they love to drink, craft brewing is doing quite well because of it. The philosophy is a sound one for me, while I used to and occasionally still like to go out for one, I don't miss the crowds, drunks, belligerence, and stupidity, what I love is a tasty craft brew, and I'll indulge in 1 to 3 of them in most cases, the norm is one and that is satisfactory, hot summer weather employs a little bigger thirst, as does a social occasion, I don't like intoxication, I love the taste. I'll spend my $$$ what I like and enjoy it at home say 1 with a meal as a staple which is the average norm for me or a few with friends. Tonight it will be Harpoon Chocolate Stout in a frosty mug, desert in a glass LOL !!!! Great to see another Harpoon fan on YT, Cheers !!!!

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