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  1. Mer Valdez
    September 11, 2015 @ 8:16 pm

    This is now the trend, not the anomaly. Sure, big corporate doesn’t have to mean a change in quality, but be certain as more breweries fall big corporate tactics in the field will make a change felt sooner than later. We’re steadily heading to a point where breweries with no chance of a buyout will shudder, and those that do will more often than not opt for the check. (which is their right after all.) Whether or not you think this is a good or bad thing – or right or wrong thing – will depend on your perspective. But hey, as long as the big boys can fill those tap lineups, quality beer can be enjoyed by all! (as long as those mandated Blue Moon and Shock Top handles are still rocking!)

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  2. hugomarink
    September 10, 2015 @ 1:32 pm

    Saint Archer Mosaic IPA is one of the best I’ve had. And their regular IPA is solid as well. I will keep buying these beers if they keep up the quality. I don’t think being bought out by a big corporation means things need to change for the worse.

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  3. Kevin Augustine
    September 10, 2015 @ 1:13 pm

    Another brewery I will now stay away from

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