Hill Farmstead policy on eBaying and Ephraim launch

read 14005 times • 154 replies •

Thread Frozen
 
b3shine
beers 7397 º places 311 º 16:50 Tue 7/17/2012

Originally posted by adamjackson



 
Cletus
beers 6355 º places 233 º 17:14 Tue 7/17/2012

 
eaglefan538
beers 2982 º places 92 º 17:26 Tue 7/17/2012

When Mr. Hill starts philanthropically giving his beer away, then he can wax philosophical about its use. As long as it is sold for a dollar, those spending the dollars get to vote and final say. It is called commerce. What a pretentious.....

 
eaglefan538
beers 2982 º places 92 º 17:33 Tue 7/17/2012

Originally posted by TBone
Good that this is only there in America. In Europe we have less problems. We donít even know what that growler-thing is.


Yup, the monks at St Sixtus arenít of the same mold, whining about resale of their precious beers that they charge money for.

 
auddy5000
17:45 Tue 7/17/2012

For whatever itís worth, my take on the great Hill Farmstead beer scalping controversy bit.ly/NwE4EB

 
joet
admin
beers 2462 º places 101 º 18:30 Tue 7/17/2012

Originally posted by auddy5000
For whatever itís worth, my take on the great Hill Farmstead beer scalping controversy bit.ly/NwE4EB




good stuff

http://bit.ly/NwE4EB

 
blklab2007
beers 2111 º places 17 º 18:31 Tue 7/17/2012

Ah crap Adamís post was deleted... What did he say?

 
miketd
places 125 º 18:39 Tue 7/17/2012

Originally posted by blklab2007
Ah crap Adamís post was deleted... What did he say?



Something about a dog needing surgery...

 
b3shine
beers 7397 º places 311 º 18:43 Tue 7/17/2012

Originally posted by blklab2007
Ah crap Adamís post was deleted... What did he say?



Something about bringing swing tops and a funnel to the Ephraim release to violate the sanctity of beer. I think he used the term "deflower".

 
blklab2007
beers 2111 º places 17 º 19:01 Tue 7/17/2012

Originally posted by b3shine
Originally posted by blklab2007
Ah crap Adamís post was deleted... What did he say?



Something about bringing swing tops and a funnel to the Ephraim release to violate the sanctity of beer. I think he used the term "deflower".