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Re: Cascade Brewing
« Reply #50 on: April 22, 2012, 09:14:36 AM »
Cascade is overrated. I do like them but not as much as everyone else seems to. All their sours have a chalky pez character.

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Re: Cascade Brewing
« Reply #51 on: April 22, 2012, 03:23:50 PM »
Cascade is overrated. I do like them but not as much as everyone else seems to. All their sours have a chalky pez character.

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Re: Cascade Brewing
« Reply #52 on: April 23, 2012, 12:36:48 AM »
Cascade is overrated. I do like them but not as much as everyone else seems to. All their sours have a chalky pez character.

I agree.  :unsure:

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Re: Cascade Brewing
« Reply #53 on: April 23, 2012, 05:59:39 AM »
Cascade is overrated. I do like them but not as much as everyone else seems to. All their sours have a chalky pez character.

I agree.  :unsure:



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Re: Cascade Brewing
« Reply #54 on: April 23, 2012, 08:23:55 AM »
Cascade is overrated. I do like them but not as much as everyone else seems to. All their sours have a chalky pez character.

I like them better than most american sours.
jolly pumpkin is my go to... good sours that age well.
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Re: Cascade Brewing
« Reply #55 on: April 23, 2012, 08:27:19 AM »
Cascade is overrated. I do like them but not as much as everyone else seems to. All their sours have a chalky pez character.

I like them better than most American sours.
jolly pumpkin is my go to... good sours that age well.

As much as I love jp they are one dimensional IMO
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Re: Cascade Brewing
« Reply #56 on: April 23, 2012, 11:41:57 AM »
Cascade is overrated. I do like them but not as much as everyone else seems to. All their sours have a chalky pez character.

I like them better than most American sours.
jolly pumpkin is my go to... good sours that age well.

As much as I love jp they are one dimensional IMO
Most sours strike me as one dimensional.  Tart flavor maybe with added fruit.   :shrug:
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Re: Cascade Brewing
« Reply #57 on: April 23, 2012, 01:13:50 PM »
The Vine and Blackberry are two of the best Sours I've ever had.
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Re: Cascade Brewing
« Reply #58 on: April 23, 2012, 03:23:52 PM »
Cascade is overrated. I do like them but not as much as everyone else seems to. All their sours have a chalky pez character.

I like them better than most American sours.
jolly pumpkin is my go to... good sours that age well.

As much as I love jp they are one dimensional IMO
Most sours strike me as one dimensional.  Tart flavor maybe with added fruit.   :shrug:
Have you tried Cuvee de Tomme? As complex as American sours get.

I put Jolly Pumpkin and Cascade on the same level.
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Re: Cascade Brewing
« Reply #59 on: April 23, 2012, 04:14:41 PM »
Cascade is overrated. I do like them but not as much as everyone else seems to. All their sours have a chalky pez character.

I like them better than most American sours.
jolly pumpkin is my go to... good sours that age well.

As much as I love jp they are one dimensional IMO
Most sours strike me as one dimensional.  Tart flavor maybe with added fruit.   :shrug:
Have you tried Cuvee de Tomme? As complex as American sours get.

I put Jolly Pumpkin and Cascade on the same level.
I had a small sample during Bracfest I believe.  I wouldn't seek it out because I try not to give any money to that guy.   :shrug:
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Re: Cascade Brewing
« Reply #60 on: April 23, 2012, 05:10:02 PM »
Cascade is overrated. I do like them but not as much as everyone else seems to. All their sours have a chalky pez character.

I like them better than most American sours.
jolly pumpkin is my go to... good sours that age well.

As much as I love jp they are one dimensional IMO
Most sours strike me as one dimensional.  Tart flavor maybe with added fruit.   :shrug:
Have you tried Cuvee de Tomme? As complex as American sours get.

I put Jolly Pumpkin and Cascade on the same level.
I had a small sample during Bracfest I believe.  I wouldn't seek it out because I try not to give any money to that guy.   :shrug:

:goodposting: :goodposting:  I like Cascade stuff.  I think Jolly Pumpkin generally sucks though.  I think the only beer I've liked of theirs was Biere de Mars. 
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Re: Cascade Brewing
« Reply #61 on: April 23, 2012, 05:16:39 PM »
Cascade is overrated. I do like them but not as much as everyone else seems to. All their sours have a chalky pez character.

I like them better than most American sours.
jolly pumpkin is my go to... good sours that age well.

As much as I love jp they are one dimensional IMO
Most sours strike me as one dimensional.  Tart flavor maybe with added fruit.   :shrug:
Have you tried Cuvee de Tomme? As complex as American sours get.

I put Jolly Pumpkin and Cascade on the same level.
I had a small sample during Bracfest I believe.  I wouldn't seek it out because I try not to give any money to that guy.   :shrug:

:goodposting: :goodposting:  I like Cascade stuff.  I think Jolly Pumpkin generally sucks though.  I think the only beer I've liked of theirs was Biere de Mars.

I don't mind JP's Bam in the summer is cool but I don't buy them much anymore... I just think they could be so much better than they are with the barrel program they have.
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Re: Cascade Brewing
« Reply #62 on: April 23, 2012, 05:48:52 PM »
Cascade is overrated. I do like them but not as much as everyone else seems to. All their sours have a chalky pez character.

I like them better than most American sours.
jolly pumpkin is my go to... good sours that age well.

As much as I love jp they are one dimensional IMO
Most sours strike me as one dimensional.  Tart flavor maybe with added fruit.   :shrug:
Have you tried Cuvee de Tomme? As complex as American sours get.

I put Jolly Pumpkin and Cascade on the same level.
I had a small sample during Bracfest I believe.  I wouldn't seek it out because I try not to give any money to that guy.   :shrug:

:goodposting: :goodposting:  I like Cascade stuff.  I think Jolly Pumpkin generally sucks though.  I think the only beer I've liked of theirs was Biere de Mars.

I don't mind JP's Bam in the summer is cool but I don't buy them much anymore... I just think they could be so much better than they are with the barrel program they have.
I only drink JP on draft.  Bottle prices are a bit high for me for what they are, but for 4 bucks a tulip I'll drink Oro de Calabaza all day long. 
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Re: Cascade Brewing
« Reply #63 on: April 23, 2012, 07:11:45 PM »
Cascade is overrated. I do like them but not as much as everyone else seems to. All their sours have a chalky pez character.

I like them better than most American sours.
jolly pumpkin is my go to... good sours that age well.

As much as I love jp they are one dimensional IMO
Most sours strike me as one dimensional.  Tart flavor maybe with added fruit.   :shrug:
Have you tried Cuvee de Tomme? As complex as American sours get.

I put Jolly Pumpkin and Cascade on the same level.
I had a small sample during Bracfest I believe.  I wouldn't seek it out because I try not to give any money to that guy.   :shrug:

:goodposting: :goodposting:  I like Cascade stuff.  I think Jolly Pumpkin generally sucks though.  I think the only beer I've liked of theirs was Biere de Mars.

I don't mind JP's Bam in the summer is cool but I don't buy them much anymore... I just think they could be so much better than they are with the barrel program they have.
I only drink JP on draft.  Bottle prices are a bit high for me for what they are, but for 4 bucks a tulip I'll drink Oro de Calabaza all day long.

I had a 2 yr old bottle last week and it was nice...
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Re: Cascade Brewing
« Reply #64 on: April 23, 2012, 08:24:17 PM »
Aged Oro De Calabaza, La Roja, and Firefly are all nice.

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Re: Cascade Brewing
« Reply #65 on: April 24, 2012, 01:27:34 AM »
Someone should start a Jolly Pumpkin thread so we can all talk about different Cascade beers.
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Re: Cascade Brewing
« Reply #66 on: April 24, 2012, 07:19:20 AM »
Someone should start a Jolly Pumpkin thread so we can all talk about different Cascade beers.

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Re: Cascade Brewing
« Reply #67 on: May 14, 2012, 10:37:54 PM »
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This week's Tap It Tuesday at 6pm is Live Red, a NW style sour red ale that was aged for four months in Bourbon barrels. Dark red wine, raisins and red grape skin aromas are noticed up front. Sweet red grapes and caramel with hints of hazelnuts roll across the palate. Bright red currants and cherries linger in the finish. There is no fruit or spicing in this beer, it's just a double red aged on oak. 6.5 % ABV, $6 per glass. 
 
Bottling update: we are very sorry to report that Figaro has been deemed not ready for release by our brewmaster. We only want the best for our sour fans, so we will release no beer before its time. This Thursday will still see the release of Sang Noir at 4:30 pm at the Cascade Brewing Barrel House. It will also be available on the internet that same day (click here). Sang Noir is a blend of red ales that were aged in oak and Bourbon barrels for 12 months before aging on fresh Bing and sour pie cherries for an additional six months. The cost is $21 per 750 ml bottle and there is no bottle limit.
 
As for the release of Figaro, stay tuned for an update in the weeks to come; we are coordinating with City Beer Store in San Francisco. 

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« Reply #68 on: May 15, 2012, 02:54:09 AM »
Rumor has it they are saving the Figaro release until I am there in about 3 weeks.  :ale:
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Re: Cascade Brewing
« Reply #69 on: June 05, 2012, 01:50:23 PM »
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Tonight's Tap It Tuesday Live from the Barrel series at 6pm is Spiced Red Apple. This Northwest sour style triple ale was barrel aged for 16 months in French oak. Aromas of deep, rich, red apple skins and light, sweet pepper notes are noticed up front. Sweet candy notes and apple skins on the palate lead to a light pepper and dry, sweet apple finish. A few of these just might have you bobbing for apples! 9.5% ABV, $6.50 glass. 
 
Coming this week to the Raccoon Lodge & the Barrel House is a limited draft only product, Barrel Aged Bruin. This Northwest style sour bruin ale was barrel aged for 18 months in French oak. Aromas of dark sweet malts, oak and spices are the first to be noticed.  Sweet, dark candy, port and hints of vanilla appear with each sip. Look for rich sherry, oak and dark fruit notes that linger at the end. 9% ABV, $7 Glass or $2 taster. 

Strawberry and Figaro bottles are coming along nicely and will be here before you know it - however, we don't have an exact date yet. When we do, you'll be the first to know! Apricot is tasting amazing as well, and the bottles will be here in late June.
 
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Re: Cascade Brewing
« Reply #70 on: July 31, 2012, 04:00:44 PM »
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Happy Tuesday, Cascade Fans!
 
Tonight's Tap It Tuesday live from the barrel series at 6pm is LIVE: Diesel #2. This barrel aged stout was brewed with chocolate and roasted malts, black strap molasses and dark Belgian candi sugar, then aged for nine months in Heaven Hill rye whiskey barrels on Bourbon vanilla beans and black mission figs. Dark sweet chocolate, coffee, Bourbon and molasses with hints of vanilla greet you in the nose. Notes of dark coffee and milk chocolate intermingle with the roasted malts and dark molasses to finish with a slight Bourbon heat and a lingering sweet dark chocolate flavor. 10% ABV, 50 IBUs,  $8 glass, $3 taster.
   
Figaro bottles should be ready sometime in August - this was a very limited run, so there will be no online sales for this beer; it will only be available at the Barrel House, the Raccoon Lodge, and the City Beer Store in San Francisco. When we have the date, we'll announce here and on Facebook/Twitter/Google+.
 
This week's specials include Fig Pesto Chevre Panini Madness, only $3 while supplies last! Layers of Mission figs sauteed in The Vine, smoked tomato pesto & goat cheese, panini pressed between a brioche bun until crisp; and a Pesto Alfredo Pasta Bowl, featuring fresh linguine tossed with bell peppers, zucchini, red onion & hand-crafted pesto alfredo sauce, topped with fresh basil & chopped roma tomato and served with ciabatta toast points ($5/$8 w/chicken). Soup this week is House Beer Cheese and Creamy Roasted Potato Garlic daily, and Clam Chowder starting Friday and running through the weekend while supplies last.

Have a great week - Servus! 

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Re: Cascade Brewing
« Reply #71 on: August 06, 2012, 04:30:48 PM »
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Ah, Monday, the start of another work week. At least you can look forward to Tap It Tuesday! This week's live from the barrel series is LIVE: Sour Wheat. This NW style sour wheat ale is one of our lightest offerings. Subtle aromas of honey and light, bright lemon are noticed up front. Soft malt and a sweet, lemony tartness in the initial taste give way to hints of oak in the finish. Multiple layers of sour dance around the palate all throughout this beer. 6.5% ABV, $6.5 glass.
 
Bottle update: we still have some Strawberry available, though it's going fast, as well as Sang Noir and The Vine. Figaro bottles are slated to be released before the end of August. Remember, Figaro will only be available at the Raccoon Lodge, the Barrel House and City Beer Store in San Francisco. There will be no online sales of this beer, the quantities are too limited.
 
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Re: Cascade Brewing
« Reply #72 on: November 01, 2012, 01:09:10 PM »
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Re: Cascade Brewing
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The Vine 2012 will be released this Thursday, Feb. 14th at 4:30 pm at the Barrel House, the Raccoon Lodge and online. Price is $20 per 750ml bottle. The Vine is a blend of Blond and Wheat ales that were barrel aged for up to 12 months before aging on fresh pressed white grape must for an additional three months. http://shop.cascadebrewingbarrelhouse.com/.

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Re: Cascade Brewing
« Reply #74 on: March 11, 2013, 09:53:14 PM »
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In bottle news, we are waiting patiently for the Bourbonic Plague to pass Brewmaster Ron's muster - it is aging nicely and labels are en route. Currently online, we have Vlad the Impaler ($30), Noyaux ($25 and not much left), The Vine ($20), Blueberry ($20), Apricot ($18) and Kriek ($18). Following is the definitive list of states that we can ship beer to: AZ, CA, CO, CT (sorry no dry towns or counties), DC, FL (sorry no dry towns or counties), GA, HI, ID, IL, IN, IA, KS, LA, ME, MD, MI, MN, MO, NE, NV, NH (except for Ellsworth, Millsfield, Monroe and Sharon), NM, NY, NC, ND, OH, OR, SC, TN, TX, VT, VA, WA, WV (certain zip codes not allowed), WI and WY. If you put an order on our shopping cart for a disallowed state, we will cancel the order and notify you. Our online site is available at: http://shop.cascadebrewingbarrelhouse.com.

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Re: Cascade Brewing
« Reply #75 on: March 11, 2013, 10:19:10 PM »
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In bottle news, we are waiting patiently for the Bourbonic Plague to pass Brewmaster Ron's muster - it is aging nicely and labels are en route. Currently online, we have Vlad the Impaler ($30), Noyaux ($25 and not much left), The Vine ($20), Blueberry ($20), Apricot ($18) and Kriek ($18). Following is the definitive list of states that we can ship beer to: AZ, CA, CO, CT (sorry no dry towns or counties), DC, FL (sorry no dry towns or counties), GA, HI, ID, IL, IN, IA, KS, LA, ME, MD, MI, MN, MO, NE, NV, NH (except for Ellsworth, Millsfield, Monroe and Sharon), NM, NY, NC, ND, OH, OR, SC, TN, TX, VT, VA, WA, WV (certain zip codes not allowed), WI and WY. If you put an order on our shopping cart for a disallowed state, we will cancel the order and notify you. Our online site is available at: http://shop.cascadebrewingbarrelhouse.com.
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Re: Cascade Brewing
« Reply #76 on: April 01, 2013, 12:10:46 AM »
just had a 2009 bottle of vlad the imp aler, very good... slow sipper.
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Re: Cascade Brewing
« Reply #77 on: April 04, 2013, 07:13:09 AM »
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Manhattan NW will be released this Thursday, April 4th at 4pm at the Barrel House. This is a blend of spiced Blond Quads that were aged in Bourbon barrels for up to 12 months before aging on cherries and noyaux for up to an additional 13 months. Price will be $30 with a limit of 4 bottles per person. In-house only (also available at Raccoon Lodge), NO online sales. It is a very small run and will likely be gone in a short amount of time.

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Re: Cascade Brewing
« Reply #78 on: July 09, 2013, 04:23:03 PM »
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BOTTLE RELEASES!


We will be holding the worldwide bottle & draft release of  2012 Figaro this Thursday, July 11 at 4:30pm PDT at the Barrel House, the Raccoon Lodge AND online. Price is $25 each, with a limit of 4 bottles per person. This NW style sour ale is a strong blond ale aged in Chardonnay barrels for 12 months, then additionally aged with dried white figs and lemon peel for up to 12 months. Aromas of sweet figs, golden raisins and citrus zest are noticed up front. Hints of white wine grapes, lemon peel and sweet figs roll across the palate, leading to crisp lemon tartness in the finish that leaves a lingering sweetness on the tongue. For online sales, visit
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We will be holding the worldwide bottle & draft release of 2012 Tangerine Dream NW next Thursday, July 18 at 4:30pm PDT at both the Barrel House and the Raccoon Lodge. Sorry, there are NO online sales for this beer. Price is $30 each, with a limit of 4 bottles per person. This easy drinking NW style sour spiced old ale was aged in rum barrels for 20 months with tangerine zest, then blended with our aged Apricot Ale. Sweet aromas of tangerine and rum are the first thing you notice as you draw your glass near. A quenching sweet citrus and rum spice take turns dancing on your palate. Rich rum spice and warmth lead to a lingering sweet tangerine finish. Most rum beers only go to 10, ours goes to 11!
 
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Re: Cascade Brewing
« Reply #79 on: November 20, 2013, 08:07:34 AM »
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Sang Noir 2012 will go on sale in bottles and on draft next Wednesday, Nov. 27th at 4:30pm PST. Bottles cost $25 with a 4 bottle max. Sang Noir WILL be available online; orders accepted as of 4:30pm next Wed, but won't be filled until Tuesday, Dec. 3. Draft price is $7.5 a glass or $2.5 a taster. This NW style sour ale is a blend of red and double red beers that were aged in Bourbon and Pinot Noir barrels for 12 to 24 months, then blended with barrel aged Bing and sour pie cherries. Rich, dark cherries, dark fruit, Bourbon and hints of leather greet you in the nose. Tart dark cherries, dark caramels and hints of Port on the palate lead to a bright, tart, dark cherry finish with lingering hints of oak and Bourbon.

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Re: Cascade Brewing
« Reply #80 on: November 22, 2013, 06:47:30 AM »


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Re: Cascade Brewing
« Reply #81 on: July 08, 2014, 10:00:31 PM »
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We are very sorry to report that at this time, we are suspending shipping our beer due to the legalities of sending beer across state lines. Our online store is currently closed. We will continue to work to address this issue, and keep you apprised of the situation if and when something changes. We value you as our customers and will continue to focus on brewing our world-class NW-Style sour ales. In the meantime, please enjoy our beers at the source.
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Re: Cascade Brewing
« Reply #82 on: September 16, 2014, 10:51:27 PM »
We will be releasing 750ml bottles of our Foudre Project #1 at 4: 30pm on Thursday Sept. 18th at the Barrel House and Raccoon Lodge. No bottle limits, no distribution at this time. $25 per bottle. Celebrate the commission of our new foudre (large oak tank) with this limited, first-run edition. Foudre Project #1 is a NW Style sour ale that is a blend of Triples aged in one of our foudre. Look for aromas of sweet candy, apple and subtle hints of citrus as you draw the glass near. Sweet candy and oak mingle on the palate and lead to a soft, round, sweet finish with a lingering oak note. 9.2% ABV. Also on draft.
 
We will be releasing 750ml bottles of Elderberry at 4:30pm on Thursday, Sept. 25th at the Barrel House and Raccoon Lodge.  No bottle limits, no distribution at this time. $22 per bottle.

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Re: Cascade Brewing
« Reply #83 on: February 04, 2016, 08:04:40 PM »
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Exciting news! We're working w/distributors to bring Cascade sours to the following states: DC, ME, MD, MI, OH, SC, TN, VA & WI, stay tuned!
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Re: Cascade Brewing
« Reply #84 on: February 04, 2016, 08:08:45 PM »
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Exciting news! We're working w/distributors to bring Cascade sours to the following states: DC, ME, MD, MI, OH, SC, TN, VA & WI, stay tuned!

Holy crap that is a lot of states.  I guess when your bottle is $30~$35 a bottle it tends to sit on the shelf longer.

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Re: Cascade Brewing
« Reply #85 on: February 04, 2016, 09:59:33 PM »
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Exciting news! We're working w/distributors to bring Cascade sours to the following states: DC, ME, MD, MI, OH, SC, TN, VA & WI, stay tuned!

Holy crap that is a lot of states.  I guess when your bottle is $30~$35 a bottle it tends to sit on the shelf longer.

That's kind of what I was thinking. Not sure how many high priced AWAs are flying off of WI shelves, but who knows. O'so and Funk Factory beers are hitting around $20 a pop and they seem to be doing pretty well I guess. But they are also local. And mainly brewery only releases.
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Re: Cascade Brewing
« Reply #86 on: February 10, 2016, 02:36:42 PM »
Yeah, I was excited when I first read the news, then remembered how much they cost usually.  Doubt I'll buy many.