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Old 05-28-2008   #1
 
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Fat Tire in Cans will be available 6/16

Skinny dip will prolly be next, will let you know. Cheers to green beers in cans. Happy river trips all. Here's the twelver:
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Any chance of a pre-release sample 12'er??
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That's cool. I'll have to bring a few on my next float trip so nobody can whine that all they can find in the cooler is the Pig's Eye or whatever I am drinking. It will be worth it just to shut them up.
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That's cool. I'll have to bring a few on my next float trip so nobody can whine that all they can find in the cooler is the Pig's Eye or whatever I am drinking. It will be worth it just to shut them up.
...and don't get me wrong, I love Fat Tire when I'm drinking one or two. When I drinking 18 it's something else.
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1554 and others

Where in the line up is 1554,Blue Paddle, Abbey or the other beligian stlye ales. Until then its PBR, Hamms and Olympia...
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More NB flavors in cans to come, hopefully Blue Paddle some day soon.
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Will the cans have western distribution?

Any idea if they intend to distribute it to those of us living in the PACNW?
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yes, the accounts will be somewhat limited to start (as with all states) but they are headed that way for sure, also by 6/16 I believe.
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I don't know about the cheaper stuff. It is so weak I find my self drinking twice and more then the amount I would drink of the heavier ales. It ends up costing more to drink the cheap stuff, so I will gladly take the stronger beer.
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Green beers?

I love the option of getting my favorite beers in a can (esp for river trips) but cans actually take much more energy to produce and about the same energy to recycle as bottles so I don't see the cans as "greener" than bottles. On the other hand cans are lighter which means less fuel is used for transport. We all know that NB is 100% wind powered but is the company that makes the cans wind powered? My props will go to the first brewery to start re-using their glass bottles. Even so NB continues to lead by example as an environmentally and socially responsible brewery...

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