1. Andrew Smith
    June 24, 2018 @ 12:17 pm

    I completely disagree with the “time to retire” tone of the article. Arrogant Bastard did a great deal for the craft beer industry, opened doors and opened palates. Many newer, smaller craft brewers should be grateful at its creation and its successfully obnoxious tone. It’s not a “bro” beer at all. I know many women that have enjoyed it over the years. It’s an iconic part of the craft revolution. In a similar tone I’d say if it’s not for you, don’t drink it. It’s not my first choice by a long way, but a do pick one up about once every two months. I’d be truly saddened if it were no longer around.


  2. Left Coast Geek
    May 6, 2018 @ 7:04 pm

    the 22 oz bombers of Arrogant Bastard disappeared around these parts a month or two ago, and I’ve been missing them (getting mighty sick of all the fruity sours and yeasty cloudy sorta-IPA’s that pass for craft beer now), when boom, a couple days ago these 19.2 oz cans of the bastard showed up in my favorite market. problem is, i dislike cans, except perhaps for campouts and music festivals and such where glass isn’t appropriate.


  3. Thomas Truth
    April 2, 2018 @ 9:53 am

    It clearly was the assshole, Greg Koch, that wrote the post in question. He regularly posts and this was definitely him. He is not man enough to own up to it. See, he is super arrogant in real life and a complete dick. Nice move, DICKHEAD GREG KOCH. Everyone know’s he’s a dick. Now they should know he wrote this (definitely). There is no way anyone in marketing would write this. Greg is not funny at all and tried to be funny a seriously failed here. GREG, YOU ARE A DICK!


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