Franconia Beer Message Board

Posted by Mark Andersen on 2020-05-19 05:50:17
I'm not sure if even understand it myself or can explain it but I guess it has something to do with us being a much more mobile/transient, less attentive, less tradition based culture than Franconia.  Loads of new breweries.  All of them feel obligated to have at least 10 or so different beers on tap with most of them being extreme otherwise they'll lose the interest of their consumers.  Constant changing of styles and experimentation.  And yet as hard as all these "craft" breweries try to be different I don't think they realize just how alike they all really are.  I swear they even play the same annoying musical soundtracks in their taprooms.  That's the dark side of it.  On the bright side some really great breweries and beers do emerge out of all of this.  Like Allagash in Maine for example and I've been really enjoying their beers lately.
                           Heinzlein by Barry Roy Taylor on  2020-05-20 03:01:43
                             Heinzlein by Barm on  2020-05-20 16:00:10
                             Heinzlein by Mark Andersen on  2020-05-20 19:23:25
                               Heinzlein by Barry Roy Taylor on  2020-05-21 01:01:49
                               Heinzlein by Barry Roy Taylor on  2020-05-21 02:44:48
                                 Heinzlein by Barm on  2020-05-22 13:16:52
                                   Heinzlein by FredW on  2020-05-22 13:18:56
                                     Heinzlein by Barm on  2020-05-23 05:40:19
                                       Heinzlein by Barm on  2020-05-23 08:12:41
                                         Heinzlein by FredW on  2020-05-23 08:49:54
                                           Heinzlein is bottom fermented by Uncle Jimbo on  2020-05-30 12:00:37
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