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Old 08-04-2007, 02:45 AM   #21
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Hey guys, I know this is an old thread, but I just saw it. Anyway, I spent a couple months working at LBC back when it first opened, shoveling grains and such. I sent a note to the brewmaster with a link to this thread. I'll let you know if he gets back to me.

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Old 08-04-2007, 03:03 PM   #22
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I had some left hand milk stout sunday . I would rate this beer a 50 out of 50 .
one of the best beers ever !!
I had a sampler case of Left Hand brews that included the milk stout and that was some good stuff. The Black Jack Porter was pretty tasty too and I enjoyed that more than their milk stout.

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Just wanted to tell you guys that I too am done with this beer. I live in southern New Jersey, which isn't that far from Lancaster, and I picked up a 6 pack of the Milk Stout last week. I drank one and it tasted sour. I drank another one and it tasted the same. I went to drink the third one and the freaking cap wasn't even properly on so their was no carbonation. I just tossed the rest of them. What a shame.
..I agree, when you get a good one it is a tasty beer. Shame I won't buy it again either.

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Hey guys, I know this is an old thread, but I just saw it. Anyway, I spent a couple months working at LBC back when it first opened, shoveling grains and such. I sent a note to the brewmaster with a link to this thread. I'll let you know if he gets back to me.

FWIW, I never received any follow up from LBC on my original email. If they do read this thread, they should note there is obviously enough of an issue to require some follow up on the condition of their beer when it reaches consumers. These days there is such an abundance of choice when it comes to craft beer (heck even PA craft beer alone) that I would be hard pressed to roll the dice on any of their product.
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