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    Default ATC Brewery Partner & Re Tweet

    I understand that the ATC gets 4.17 cents per can, but good grief.


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    Quote Originally Posted by rickb View Post
    I understand that the ATC gets 4.17 cents per can, but good grief.


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    Next up, ATC logo trailsize instant coffee packs?

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    Um... where can I find that????

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    No big deal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shelb View Post
    Um... where can I find that????
    Try this link.
    http://dbbrewingcompany.com/beers/find-our-beer/

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    It appears to be a temporary promotion that will end at the end of this month, so if you want to help out or add to your AT collection of stuff, go get some now.

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    I live pretty close to the brewery. Nice place.
    There are so many miles and so many mountains between here and there that it is hardly worth thinking about

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    I can't believe they lent their support to a beer that's only 4.7abv.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarcasm the elf View Post
    I can't believe they lent their support to a beer that's only 4.7abv.
    "The Horror."
    That's not real beer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarcasm the elf View Post
    I can't believe they lent their support to a beer that's only 4.7abv.
    Only an elf would think of it that way ........

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    Quote Originally Posted by LIhikers View Post
    Only an elf would think of it that way ........
    At least it's not burbon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chknfngrs View Post
    No big deal.
    Probably not with the current generation of ATC leadership.

    All organizations' cultures change, however.

    Small things done today -- like selling your logo to a craft brewer -- most definitely will impact how that culture evolves.

    Now, if ATC were to have gotten the Bissel Brothers Brewery (Portland, ME) to put the ATC on their Swish, I would have considered that a real coup...

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    I wonder if they get any proceeds off the Trail Magic beer sold each year at Nantahala Brewing Co. in Byson City? Be a lot cooler if they did...

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    Devils Backbone was bought out by InBev. Just fyi for those who care about who their craft beer is owned by.
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    Are people concerned about AT branded products in general or just beer? I have an AT logo on my DT socks. Any different?

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    Quote Originally Posted by somers515 View Post
    Devils Backbone was bought out by InBev. Just fyi for those who care about who their craft beer is owned by.
    Thanks for the head's up, I had assumed this was craft beer, not crafty beer.
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    So, it appears they canned it? If so, is there anyone out there that would be willing to pick one up and exchange it for an award winning beer out of Pigeon Hill Brewing Company from Muskegon, Michigan? (I can exchange it for any of the following: Walter Blondale, Walter Get's Buzzed, Renegade Double IPA, Oatmeal Cream Pie). Actually, let me know which two you want!

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    They've made a Weiss in the past and I'm guessing it's the same as this ATC brau. If Choosy Mom's choose Jif, I'll buy beer that tastes good. Their Vienna lager is my favorite, and shortly thereafter was their Azrael.

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    Saw no less than 12 of their trucker hats north of Harper's Ferry a few weeks ago, was told they were giving hats away at their basecamp just outside of Reid's Gap. InBev bedamned it's darn nice to have a good beer on a long hike. Seem hiker friendly too, what with letting hikers camp on their lawn

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    Quote Originally Posted by chknfngrs View Post
    Saw no less than 12 of their trucker hats north of Harper's Ferry a few weeks ago, was told they were giving hats away at their basecamp just outside of Reid's Gap. InBev bedamned it's darn nice to have a good beer on a long hike. Seem hiker friendly too, what with letting hikers camp on their lawn
    I'm wondering if this increase in marketing has anything to do with Ballast Point opening their East Coast Brewery in Daleville a few weeks ago. I like beers from both but would prefer Devils Backbone.

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