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November 04, 2011

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On Long Island this beer is almost always $9.99 a six pack which makes it even better IMO. Plus kudos to Southern Tier for dating their bottles with born on dates. Most hoppy beers fade fast so it is nice to know how old your beer is before you commit to the purchase. Ithaca dates Flower Power as well I believe.

I LOVE THIS BEER. IT IS ONE OF MY FAVORITE BEERS EVER. THAT IS ALL.

Dan- I couldn't agree more about the bottle dating. I can find out from any retailer exactly how fresh my Southern Tier is, and as you said, that's key with many styles including IPA. Breweries that don't bother to date their product (with the exception of the very small micros and nanos who are turning over their beer too quickly for it to matter) are taking a huge risk that the consumer will taste a poor representation of the brew they worked so hard to make.

Mark- I, TOO, CALL UPON THE EXPRESSIVE POWER OF CAPS LOCK TO CONVEY MY LOVE FOR THIS BEER.

IF I COULD LIKE YOUR POST I WOULD. HENCE, WE ARE NOT ON FACEBOOK.

I HAD THE SAME IMPULSE WITH YOURS. AND THEN REALIZED WE WERE NOT ON FACEBOOK. THEN I TRIED TO RETWEET. SETTLING FOR TYPEPAD FISTPOUND

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