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  1. Jason Stinnett
    August 25, 2012 @ 8:20 am

    Apparently the two commenters above read, but failed to comprehend Mr. Rue’s statement. Finding an effective revenue mechanism to brew beers that would otherwise not be financially viable is not the same as creating a false shortage. I frown at almost any beer that costs more than $10 a bottle unless there’s a good reason for it and I am frequently pleased with such purchases I make from The Bruery. If you don’t like The Bruery’s beer or don’t want to pay what it costs, exercise your power as a consumer and simply don’t buy it. And if you need to provide a negative comment try to make some sense instead of throwing some Fox Newsian populist line of nonsense on a message board.


  2. Bob
    August 24, 2012 @ 4:54 am

    Crap like this is going to be the downfall of Craft Beer. Pandering directly to the Ratebeer and Beeradvocate trader wonks.
    Here’s an idea…why not just brew beer in quantities so that everyone can try them?
    Oh…yea, thats right…then you can’t charge $25-$40 a bottle for them. And then there’s no HYPE!
    False shortage or created shortage is not helping anything other than their bottom line.


  3. beers 99%
    August 23, 2012 @ 3:16 pm

    I wish my daddy gave me money to be a dick… Beers 1% class, Patrick Rue, the Mitt Romney of suds.


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