Somewhere along their evolution, Canada grew up. They looked around at their situation and looked at ours and said, “Nah, let’s not.”
If you like having the choices and don’t want to lose the privilege of having options AND great, fun visits to local breweries, wineries, and distilleries, KEEP GOING BACK AND BUYING BOOZE.
We possess the technology, we have the pressing need. It’s time to live in the 21st century, folks.
You’re reading this now because, as with one other post, here, last week, this little gremlin popped up AGAIN, yesterday, looking for all the world like it was brand new.
If you want advice on your cholesterol level, do you go to a guy who repairs lawnmowers? You want advice about wine, go to somebody who knows wine.
This adulation of frat-boy tastes ignores a major FACT of the Craft Beer Phenomenon: we all went All In on craft beer because we wanted flavors – and not the same three that were all BudMillerCoorsPabst had to offer.
We’ll see what happens with NB. But one thing is an ironclad certainty: as long as brewery owners care more about raking in the $$$ than the relationship between themselves and their loyal fans, these sell-outs will continue.