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Old 01-08-2010, 11:54 PM   #81
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There is often a trend to dislike the popular and successful....be it a beer, an athalete, an actor, a company etc.

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SNPA is an excellent beer, as are most all of thier other beers.


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Old 01-09-2010, 01:20 PM   #82
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Yeah, but I think it's safe to say that they are only trying to play catch-up and regain market share lost the craft beer industry. Without that motivation they would be happy to provide you with nothing but Coors Light.
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And you know this how? And you know Sierra Nevada is different, how?
I saw the movie Beer Wars for the first time last night. They make a pretty good argument that the BMC's produce multiple nearly indistinguishable products for the purpose of dominating shelf space. The intent is to force out the small breweries. Youíre right. I canít say that Sierra Nevada wouldnít do the same thing if they had the resources, but they donít.

The question isnít how I would know this, but how you would not. Observation and commons sense go a long way.


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Old 01-09-2010, 01:30 PM   #83
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My brother-in-law brought me back a few SNPA a week before christmas from his trip to San Diego. My first time drinking one.
Great beer IMO.
I now have some reminder of a taste to compare my own and that of others to.
My next brew will be a clone that followed the clone I did last week. I love it.
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We should be standing on the shoulders of giants, not taking a crap on them.
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We should be standing on the shoulders of giants, not taking a crap on them.
But if we don't stand on their shoulders we could not crap on a giant (Unless we had a helicopter or something)


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