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  1. Snowflake
    January 8, 2019 @ 2:12 pm

    In this scandalous scenario, bottles causing beer to sour would not change beer still in barrels released later. Something doesn’t add up there. Also, several brewers and assistant brewers? Post on the glass door says one.

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  2. Lauren Apernathy
    January 7, 2019 @ 9:23 pm

    Glassdoor for employee’s view? Really? What exactly would the Half Pint expect employees who have been terminated to be
    – all sunshine and rainbows? Of course they’re going to whine and dish what they perceive to be dirt. Yawn.

    Personally, publications such as yours relish in the hardship of hard working people. I am so tired and frankly, bored to death of stories like this – where the writer feels the need to exploit a business’ hardship then direct readers to a ‘review’ website of all things. Ridiculous.

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    • Ian
      January 8, 2019 @ 10:22 am

      Actually Lauren, if you read the reviews the employees were not “whining”, they state that boss is a bit all over the place and looking for success in a book rather then from results that worked in the past and got them established. Do what works for you, not what the book says…get it?

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      • admin
        January 8, 2019 @ 10:30 am

        “Lauren” is a known spammer on our site from San Diego.

  3. Kevin Prates
    January 7, 2019 @ 6:38 pm

    Not surprised, I’ll guess ABInBev are the ones pulling the strings and Ben is just a puppet. Sell your soul for big money. Support Craft Brewing!

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  4. Jonathan Doe
    January 7, 2019 @ 3:18 pm

    “While there was nothing shared that was controversial or scandalous.”

    I would call knowingly letting soured barrel aged beer go into the market and then pretend that the beer is not infected or sour pretty scandalous. This is especially bad too as the soured beer in question was the re-released to paying Barrel Roll members as a “different beer”. Would you like to know why the beer was initially soured? All the 750 ml bottles used to bottle Laval and all Laval variants were stored at Hangar 24 Craft Brewing’s sour facility. The beer itself was tasted, before bottling, by several brewers and assistant brewers who immediately knew that it was not up to Hangar 24 Craft Brewing’s true-to-brand specifications for Laval. If this action is not scandalous, I would say it is grossly amateur at best.

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