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Recently Sampled Beers
These are some of the beers recently reviewed by the BrewPalace staff along with their official rating.
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August 21, 2013
Brewpalace.com has been down for a few weeks but looks like I have most of it up and running now. Had some hardware problems and had to re-install the OS a few times. After that I was dreading getting IIS working again, but turned out to be easier than I recall for some reason. Anyway, still have to get the reporting feature working and the database refresh too. Better hurry as I've had some good beers of late.
February 2, 2013
I've lawys found it interesting over the years - a long running battle between Rogue and Same Admas for who has the most bottles. Since probably the late 90's they have been neck and neck. As it stands now, it's still neck and neck - Sam Adams at 54 and Rogue at 53. Rogue could be tied, but there is no way I'm trying their Rogue Voodoo Doughnut Bacon Maple Ale.
January 5, 2013
Well closed out 2012 with some solid numbers - nothing great. 121 bottles and 111 beers. The astonishing thing is that the average alcohol % checked in at 8.3% for the whole year. Now the year did have a very special 32% beer called Tactical Nuclear Penguin, but that wasn't the main factor here. December was crazy, checking in at 9.7% over 11 beers. Also keep in mind that Budweiser is only 5.2%. Things are getting awesome!
December 21, 2012
The Reports link in the main menu on the left is operating again after a long absence. I gave up trying to get Oracle BI 11g to actually work correctly. Nothing during the upgrade went right so to hell with it. Play around with it some; its pretty sweet.
August 30, 2012
I've been meaning to mention this for a while: Many brewers out there are ripping their best and most loyal fans off. How? They piss in a bottle, make a tiny bit of it, and charge $15 or more for one bottle. I'm sorry, but for $15 are you telling me your raison-peache-avacado-bourbon-aztec beer is really better than an $11 bottle of Duvel? Really?
These companies ass rape their loyal fans, knowing they will buy whatever they put into a bottle and damned near any price. The worst offender of this is the Lost Abbey Brewery down here in the San Diego area. A spin-off from Port brewing, these guys make horribly bad Belgian beers and will have no problem charging you $17 for a 12oz bottle. All because it has a cork and some foil. Despicable.
The latest one I'd like to call out is from an otherwise highly regarded brewer - New Belgium. Their Lips of Faith 2012 Sour Brown ale has admittedly a very small base of fans who like the Belgian sour style of beer. But for this abomination they charge $15 for one 22oz bottle? Gimme a break.
Stop screwing your customers guys. Its not good for Business.
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