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  1. easong
    January 28, 2018 @ 9:43 am

    In the beginning, there were a bunch of malty craft beers.
    Then one day Vinnie came along, and there was dry hoppy ale, and there was a hop explosion.
    Back in the day, Green Flash made THE iconic San Diego west coast IPA.
    Since then every small brewer in San Diego has made at least a decent representative of the style.
    How you can get killer good IPA from ME to HI.
    Across the land regular pub beer fans, especially IPA lovers, are passing over “flagship” taps in favor of something new.
    Here in the SF Bay Area this means you put up too many day-to-day handles of the same old same old, the dedicated crowd will gently start phasing you out, spreading the word about new taprooms what have the hottest rotating selections.
    This means for pub owners, manage more kegs, keep them moving, and constantly update your tap list online.
    Not every old school beer bar owner is going to be up to this.
    For them, there is Green Flash, and several other independent craft brands — not to mention the growing list that has already been assimilated by Borg.

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  2. Alvin Mullins
    January 16, 2018 @ 2:24 pm

    Its a shame that their beer especially the Cellar 3 offerings are so good. I toured that brewery and spoke to their cellar master and the other employees there and they were very gracious in answering all my questions. That being said, I always felt like they had Stone-envy without the products to back up their aspirations.

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