They are all repeating what they told themselves when they sold out!
If i am on the fence between 2 beers and one has the bottle and the other doesn't, i am going with the beer that shows the bottle.
And if the one with the bottle tastes like crap? What then?
There is a lot of bad craft beer out there. That doesn't mean I want to see good ones go down the tubes but a label isn't going to solve this issue.
This might be a little bit off topic but notion that because I am a small brewery = I make bad beer is offensive to me.
I have heard it first time last year by owner of Summit Brewing. He said if small brewery does not have expensive lab, then we are making bad beer.
At that time I took it as a cheap shot at us to say that bigger brewers are making better quality beers then smaller brewers.
If you like my beer or do not like my beer is matter of personal preference.
How financially successful my beers are is matter of marketing and branding offer.
Just because you do not like my beer, it does not mean my beer is bad quality.
So bring it back home. The BA mark of independent brewery does not guarantee that you will like the beer nor it will tell you how commercially viable this brand is.
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