Discussion in 'US - Pacific' started by jawzman, Jan 9, 2013.
Thanks for your help, will be in the SF area and want to scoop some up.
When it's on shelves, it's usually around $15.
It is currently not on shelves anywhere that I know of.
No Parabola left that I know of, but you can sack up and buy some Anniversary beer. It's still around, and quite a bit more expensive ($22-25 I've seen.)
Or, double up and grab some Eclipse ($30/bottle.)
There are places that still have it but charge a outrageous amount for it. I know of walnut liquorette having some for $25.
Yeah, you're best bet is waiting a few months, I believe it comes out in May. If you must have one now someone will probably IP you for it, people around here have plenty.
If you're okay with plunking down $30 for a bottle of Eclipse, I see no problem with buying Parabola for $25 at some random store that's marking it up.
It's just a better beer, period.
Have you had the Elijah 18 and 20? They are really tasty...I haven't had side-by-side with Eclipse, but they are more worth the $30 than the other varieties IMO (although I haven't tried them all.)
When will we see a Hyperbola or an Ellipse? And if we do, what sort of beers will they be?
They'll taste conical.
How badass would it be if they released it in 4-packs this next release?
That would be pretty badass.
You'd be surprised. Check out your nearby whole foods and ask the beer dude. I had luck getting bottles at around $14.99 in the past during non parabola season
Yeah, it's funny what they might be holding in the back just for the heck of it.
That IS pretty baddass!
Just like what they did with double jack. That would be freaking sweet!
Speaking of double jack, when the hell are we going to see some fresh packs!? I still have Auguest and September around my area
I looked at a bottle (bomber) the other day that was dated October. So, there's that, at least.
I know there are probably stores in more remote areas that have Parabola still, and Sucaba/Abacus - but which ones are they? I know one of them but its over 3 hrs drive from the bay area.
Or because they don't want every Tom Dick or Harry to grab it off of the shelf because they heard its good.
Some beer guys are like Jack Black in High Fidelity and if they don't deem you worthy of ____ beer, they're "out of stock". I chatted a local WF beer buyer up one day when picking up some DDBA for a trade and after a few minutes he offered that he had Parabola, Dissident and Abyss in the back.
My bill was a lot higher than I anticipated!
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