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  1. Why Ballast Point Failed to Dominate the World – Read Beer
    April 17, 2019 @ 12:14 pm

    […] up baseball stadiums with Goose IPA and lining shelves with $7 sixpacks of their crafty offerings. I penned my thoughts a while back that either the market would catch up with Ballast Point on the abnormally high price or they would […]


  2. Tad
    August 3, 2016 @ 9:03 am

    I have also noticed that reg Sculpin has changed and not for the better. Still $14.99/6pack up in PNW.


  3. Daniel Drayne
    August 1, 2016 @ 8:47 pm

    I think that more malt character from sculpin could be because of the water in San Diego IS soooo bad for IPA’s. Sodium at 100ppm and Chloride at like 90ppm. Someone that works there can correct me but last time I asked (9ish months ago) they only treated water at the major production facility.


  4. Jessica McKean
    August 1, 2016 @ 12:20 pm

    From Craft to Crap. Just like I stated in the forum held a few months ago… once your brewery sells out you are not craft anymore. Your product will be diluted until you hate your job and your beer will be sold at Chili’s. Your parent company/conglomerate will take over shelf space and try to sell a shell of the original beer in the “Craft” tab in their portfolio of flavored river water. So craft brewers who want to remain craft brewers you better get out when you brewery sells out. You are just a cog in the wheel of a massive machine. And as they dilute craft beer they dilute real craft beer who isn’t dumbing down and cheapening out.


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