Monday, January 30, 2012

Chocolate Ale Tapping List

As Boulevard Chocolate Ale starts to roll out today in Kansas City, I thought I'd try to keep a comprehensive list of all the restaurants and bars that will be tapping Chocolate Ale and when. I plan to update this as more information rolls in, so keep checking back if you are looking for a specific bar or restaurant and don't see it on here yet. List is in alphabetical order.

UPDATE: Central States Beverage has posted a list of all Missouri and Kansas accounts that are receiving Chocolate Ale kegs. Visit their Facebook page to see a full, comprehensive list.


810 Zone (Leawood) - Tapping Wednesday, 2/1

All Star Pizza and Pub - On tap now

Barley's Brewhaus 119th - Tapping Tuesday, 1/31

Barley's Brewhaus Shawnee - Tapping Wednesday, 2/1

Beer Kitchen - Tapping Tuesday, 1/31 at 4 PM

Blue Moose Overland Park - Tapping Wednesday, 2/1

Blue Moose Prairie Village - Tapping Wednesday, 2/1

Blue Moose Topeka - Tapping Wednesday, 2/1

The Brew Top (NKC) - On tap now

Charlie Hooper's - Tapping Tuesday, 1/31

Dempsey's (Lawrence) - On tap now

Foundry - Tapping Tuesday, 1/31

Flying Saucer - Tapping Tuesday, 1/31

Governor Stumpy's - On tap now

La Bodega (Leawood) - Tapping Thursday, 2/2

Lew's - On tap now

Longbranch Steakhouse and Pizza - Tapping Tuesday, 1/31 at  4 PM


Martin City Brewing Company - On tap now

O' Dowds - On tap now

The Rieger Hotel Grill & Exchange - TBA

RJ's Bob-Be-Que Shack - Tapping Wednesday, 2/1 around 6 PM

Smokehouse BBQ (Zona Rosa) - Tapping Monday, 1/30 at 4 PM

Waldo Pizza - Tapping Friday, 2/3

The Well - On tap now

If anyone knows of any other locations that aren't listed above, add them in the comments below and I'll be sure to update the list.

102 comments:

  1. Do you have a sense for when it will be available in stores?

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  2. I think tomorrow, Andrea. It's available in the outlying areas now (Lawrence and others).

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  3. Andrea, it will be available in stores tomorrow. Chances are, there will be quite the mob of people out to get it tomorrow, so you'll have to be quick. One of the Lawrence Cork & Barrel stores just sold out 2 cases in 7 minutes.

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  4. Thanks for the info! So... I should probably take a day off work, or hire my unemployed neighbor to get in line for me? Or are any stores letting you preorder?

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  5. Can someone explain to me the logic behind 3 bottle and even 4 bottle limits on these type of releases? I would think a 1 bottle limit would bring more customers to your store. I rarely if ever go into a liquor store and buy only the beer I came in for. Perhaps in the minority?

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  6. Hoopers and Foundry are tapping on Tuesday.

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  7. @Andrea, no stores I know of have done pre-orders, just first come, first served. Your unemployed friend may come in handy!

    @Anonymous 1 - I was a little thrown off by the 3 bottle limit as well, my assumption was that most places would do a 1 bottle limit for this, MAYBE 2.

    @Anonymous 2 - Thanks for the heads up, just updated the list!

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  8. The Cork and Barrel on 23rd and Iowa is also sold out now. I was lucky enough to stop in at lunch and grab a bottle as well as some Green Flash Le Freak, but it seemed like a lot of people were stopping in exclusively for Chocolate Ale. I have to wonder if people are just buying it up with intention of reselling it.

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  9. Try grocery stores instead of liquor stores if you want to pre-order. I'm on a list at HyVee in Liberty, and they were more than happy to take my name down. (I also scored Black Butte XXIII and The Abyss there, so it's well worth the trip.)

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    1. Just called...their list is full!

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  10. Gomers in Lenexa are taking names down. Don't know if that guarantees you a bottle or not. Maybe to call and tell people it's in? Not sure. Didn't ask.

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  11. Just called Gomers in midtown, and they told me they have a list 500 names long, and there's no way they will get that many bottles in!

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  12. Beer Kitchen just announced a tapping tomorrow - http://beerkc.blogspot.com/2012/01/chocopocalypse-13112.html

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  13. 801 chophouse, town center.

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  14. Just added Beer Kitchen. Is the keg at 801 Chophouse already tapped?

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  15. governor stumpy's has it on tap now as well
    https://www.facebook.com/governorstumpys?sk=wall

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  16. RJ's Bob-Be-Que Shack in Mission, KS will be tapping their keg on 2/1 around 6:00 pm

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  17. It will be available at 8 different bars/restaurants in Lawrence, 7 of which I am sure of: Dempseys, Burger Stand, 6 Mile Tavern, Pachamamas, Mariscos, Yacht Club, and Saints Pub

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  18. so pretty much everywhere who gets boulevard is getting some and it will probably be around for a few weeks? got it.

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  19. Nananana im at Martin City Brewing company and we're drinkimg it right now sucka's ! 4:54 pm Monday evening ....

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  20. O'Dowd's on the plaza has it now.

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  21. Labodega Leawood tapping Thursday!

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  22. Barley's on Midland is tapping on Wednesday

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  23. Foundry is tapping at 4:00 tomorrow, as well!

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  24. Longbranch Steak and Pizza at 9095 Metcalf is tapping there Chocolate Ale tomorrow at 4 pm.

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  25. CSBEV just put a full list of Kansas & Missouri accounts getting Chocolate Ale in Kegs on their Facebook Page!
    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Central-States-Beverage/164414606913252?ref=tn_tnmn

    They are listed on FB under Central States Beverage

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  26. Quintons 75th & Wornall has it.

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  27. I'm glad all you suckers love this beer. Leaves more of the good stuff for me to enjoy.

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  29. "suckers" ... I have always heard that from Budweiser/Miller/{InsertCheapPilsneresqueLightBeerBrand} drinkers

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  30. As previously discussed, Gomer's midtown is a no-go unless you reserved. Just snagged a bottle from World Market in Westport. Driver said next stops are Berbiglias. Thought he'd be at the one on Main around 11:30am.

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  31. They tapped it at Gram&Dun yesterday. So good. I missed out last year.

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  32. Aaaaand, the truck stalking begins

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  33. At 10:15, HyVee on Barry Rd had several cases left. (1) per person. $10.99. HyVee on Englewood in KCMO will get it at 4pm today.

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  34. ""suckers" ... I have always heard that from Budweiser/Miller/{InsertCheapPilsneresqueLightBeerBrand} drinkers"

    The difference is there's enough of that crap to pour down the drain and no one will miss it. I just feel like Chocolate Ale is a complete novelty. I'm happy it gets craft brewing more notice, but Chocolate Ale doesn't stand up to some of Boulevard's other limited releases like Saison-Brett, Bourbon Barrel Quad, Imperial Stout, and even unlimited ones like Tank 7 and The Sixth Glass. I bought the limited ones on that list without problems last year, but for this Chocolate flavored stuff you have to get on a list? I'll admit I bought a Chocolate Ale this morning, but it's mostly to see if I was completely off base last year, or if they tweaked the recipe. Maybe I'm wrong and everyone else is right, but among my friends that like craft beer and brew their own, none of us thought it was that great.

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  35. I'm pretty sure nobody is out there claiming that this is Boulevard's best offering. There's not always a direct correlation between something being popular and how good it is. It's not a bad beer though, it has a ton of marketability and appeals to a broad audience. Chocolate Ale is a great thing for craft beer exposure and for Kansas City, so I wish people would stop turning into whiny snobs when it comes out just because it's not their favorite Boulevard beer. We should be happy that there's something stimulating this kind of activity for Boulevard, for our liquor stores and for our bars. Instead, people want to piss and moan. It baffles me. Who really cares? If you don't want to drink it, don't drink it. If you don't want to stand in line, don't stand in line. Pretty simple, really. As far as I'm concerned, though, if someone who typically doesn't drink craft beer buys Chocolate Ale and it encourages them to explore other Smokestacks, or even other craft beer brands in general, then it's a great thing.

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  36. Well said Pat!

    Just went by both Hy-Vee on Barry Road and the Hy-Vee on 64th Street. Both are sold out. Might have to swing by the Hy-Vee on Englewood on the way home tonight.

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  37. stop chasing the hype, too many alternatives out there that are better....check out fatcat's list for some

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  38. Congrats on being a bunch of losers and ruining beer for the rest of us. Now getting a new beer means you have to camp out at 8am in front of a store like some homeless crackhead waiting to buy a couple shooters of gin to get his daily fix. What's worse is that most of you are yuppies from Johnson County only buying it because you saw it on the news. Drinking is supposed to be a social activity, but instead you losers call in sick to work so you can drive around town buying it all up and hording it like the economy collapsed and gold is now the standard. I used to enjoy microbrews, and I'll never buy the light american "lagers", but fuck, having to deal with you assholes is worse than dealing with a liquor store that has a microbrew section limited to Shocktop and Blue Moon.

    Being a beer geeks used to mean something. It used to mean that you enjoyed microbrews as much as you enjoyed brewing your own. Now it's just about who has the most money and who can find the time to go buy beer at 9am (do any of you assholes have jobs?).

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  39. http://the816.com/fun/where-to-find-boulevard-chocolate-ale/

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  40. I was in to craft beer before it was cool too. Now that there's something that gets the city talking and increases awareness of it, fuck it, I'm done. Moving on to the next hip thing.

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  41. @ 12:18 - Sounds like a bunch of sour grapes. Were you not able to run out during your lunch hour to buy a bottle for yourself? So, now you turn to name calling and foul language to call our those with an enthusiasm for supporting our local microbrewery. Nice!

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  42. Already a bottle showing up on ebay from somebody in OP:
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Boulevard-Chocolate-Ale-2012-edition-/180808974141?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item2a190dff3d#ht_500wt_1345

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  43. "Being _____ used to mean something, man..."

    They say the classics never go out of style, but they do. They do...

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  44. @tim: you are ignorant if you think Chocolate Ale gets people talking and aware of craft beer. People will buy this up and then go right back to their white zinfandel and Coors.

    @12:24: sorry that I have better things to do than go wait in a line or drive to 15 liquor stores on my lunch break. I guess that makes me bitter, wanting to eat lunch on my lunch break. How ignorant of me.

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  45. Just a thought, but this is probably the last place you will find hordes of commenters that are just "yuppies from Johnson County" or white zin/coors enthusiasts. If want to bitch to a certain group of folks (as you may define them), you should probably go to a place where you'll have that audience.

    Sincerely,

    One Gainfully Employed Asshole

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  46. Honestly, if this is the shape of things to come, I really HOPE the people in lines go back to light lagers or whatever. They can keep their Chocolate Ale as long as they stay the hell away from my Bourbon County Stout and KBS.

    I don't like the direction craft beer is headed with hyped up products and not enough supply to meet demand, but so far Chocolate Ale is the only one that has frustrated me this much. If it had a really high BeerAdvocate rating, I might change my mind. But doesn't seem like I'm missing out on much except the chance to say that I've tried it.

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  47. Boulevard should be embarrassed. Craft beer started out as a hobby, and grew into much more because of the passion the brewers had to spread their creations to drinkers everywhere. Boulevard has turned craft beer into a status symbol with this Ale.

    I didn't direct the "white zin/coors" comment at the readers of this blog, but to point out the fact that people who never drink craft beers are tripping over each other to buy a case of this stuff. It's all about having a bottle, uploading a picture to facebook, and bragging about how awesome you are for buying it. It's not about the beer, how good it tastes, and sharing it with others. STATUS SYMBOL.

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  48. I guess I don't get it. In the post it clearly states this thing is on tap EVERYWHERE. Go try it. Leave the standing in lines and driving around town to your underlings.

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  49. But then you're just bowing down to the MAN and becoming a sheep of the status symbol! No way, bro!! Boulevard should be ashamed for remaking a beer that became insanely popular out of nowhere last year! How dare they meet customer wants!

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  50. KBS sucked. Talk about over-hyped.

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  51. Completely agree, Pat. On a completely selfish level, it’s annoying. I certainly can’t complain, however, about high demand for a product made by our local brewery (and our local chocolatier). Couldn’t be happier that this is such a success for them.
     
    My only “complaint” is that Boulevard didn’t allocate more for KC. The increase in the KC allocation over the 2010 release suggests that Boulevard was mindful of this, but, I’m guessing, much will still be sent to other states. While it is definitely Boulevard’s prerogative to send their products wherever they choose, I believe that satisfying the demand of the core market should be the top priority.

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  52. @Anon: Good, please tell everyone you know it sucked too. I'll take all that I can get.

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  53. @Pat I don't feel like I'm being a whiny snob about it, I just wish the hype was warranted. Half the demand this year is driven by the lack of supply for last year. And I'm happy I don't have trouble buying my favorite Boulevard. I just can't believe how many people like it this much. You could go to Gomer's and pick a random bomber and it would probably be just as good. It's sad that this only happens for Chocolate Ale. In short, I wish people had better taste and more knowledge. And if these people would support craft beer year round, just think of the amazing beers and breweries that could support.

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  54. @Anon, I can understand that. When Rye-on-Rye rolls around, it won't get nearly as much hype and definitely won't have lines of people waiting for it, though in our minds it deserves it much more. But, 'rye beer aged in whiskey barrels' doesn't have the buzzword-fueld, mass appeal of 'CHOCOLATE beer'! It's by no fault or action of Boulevard's that this beer has become so sought after. After all, they originally had no intention of brewing it again. They had no idea the success it would see last year, and from a business perspective, why WOULDN'T they make it again this year? If any of us were Boulevard executives making that decision, we would brew it again without question. There's no denying that.

    My problem with all of this is that nobody seems to know where they are trying to direct their anger. Person A is mad because the crowd prevents them from getting any. Person B is mad at the masses for getting excited about this beer and not others. Person C is mad at Boulevard for some half-brained reason that escapes logic. And then you have Person D up there, calling craft beer drinkers losers and assholes for no apparent reason.

    So in the end, you get all kinds of people complaining and cyber-yelling about all kinds of conflicting things. When that happens, all it comes across as is complaining for the sake of complaining. That's what I can't deal with. If people could rationalize their thinking with insighttful comments, it might be a different story. But I'm not a big fan of people coming on here throwing out insults at craft beer drinkers, accusing Boulevard of shady business practices, etc. Everyone needs to stop for a second and use their brain before posting nonsensical comments that offer nothing to the discussion.

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  55. More importantly.... Hopslam from Belle's gets released in the KC region as well!!!!

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  56. I think there are two very valid complaints that can be made:

    1) Other markets had this beer available weeks before Kansas City did. Whether this is a Boulevard issue or Central States Beverage issue is immaterial - it needs to be fixed.

    2) KC received a larger percentage of the total product available than last year, but it's still not enough. It's selling out instantly in KC while there is abundant supply sitting around in places like Wichita. Again, this should be fixed.

    Aside from brewing eleventy billion metric shittons next year, there's not a much better way to handle it. Thank you to all the retailers and drivers for putting up with the mobs of (often rude) people, for enforcing bottle limits, and for not gouging people on price. I'll see you when things get back to normal and listen to your war stories.

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  57. 1) is definitely not a CSBEV problem as they were the ones doing what Boulevard asked. It is somewhat a Boulevard problem as apparently Boulevard does not have a strong enough pimp hand to keep distributors in line. Of course when you sell so many places, there is only so much slapping you can do before you get tired. It is definitely a problem with the other distributors who were asked by Boulevard to release the beer around the beginning of February and ignored that request. If a distributor for bumfuck South Dakota shows up the second Wednesday of the month at Boulevard, Boulvard can't give them a beer nobody outside of KC is going to want after Valentine's day on the February pick up. They can only give it to them in January and hope (assuming they are unwilling to create consequences) they comply with the release date request.

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  58. I just wish all these people would bitch when KC is the last to get other Boulevard limited releases. Happpens with every release and there is no good excuse. Like Trollbert Einstein said above, it is Boulevard's fault! They need to just tell out of market distributors the beer is available to pick up after it's released in KC. If they can't come and pick it up, CSBEV gets more to distribute around here.

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  59. Johnny's downtown in the P& L had a sign they had it. Grinders has posted to Twitter they have tapped their keg and to come and get it.

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  60. In regards to the short supply, there is one obvious way to deal with that - raise the price. It's simple marketing. If your product sells out citywide in 30 minutes, if people are reselling it for huge mark-ups, then you're not charging enough for it. Making more is capital intensive, though it does appear that there is a lot of demand. (why aren't McCoy's, 75th, and Weston jumping on this train?)

    Boulevard's specialty beers sell out in short order because they're so cheap. But I can go buy an $18 bottle of Nebraska Brewing Co. specialty easily because they stay on shelves longer.

    Anyway, I skipped the bottle hunt and had it on draft last night, looks like there are a ton of kegs in town, everyone should be able to get a glass. Good chocolate flavor, not worth the hype, but worth having a glass or two.

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  61. Every beer that anyone has ever liked was crap and over-hyped.

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  62. 1) Most beers are better in draft. Chocolate Ale is available in spades on draft, and will NOT run out soon. I know of one place that got 10 kegs of it and that's not even a hotspot. Had it at O'Dowd's last night and only two other tables were drinking it.

    2) I don't understand why it is a big deal that other markets get it first, would someone fill me in on the issue there?

    3) The thing that sucks for us, but not boulevard, is that there is NO DOUBT that the success of Chocolate Ale made ALL of the Boulevard limited releases harder to get.

    4) See #1. You can drink this if you want with no problem. Stop Bitching!

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  63. "Boulevard should be embarrassed"... Really? You're an Ass Hat. That is all.

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  64. John - Thanks for the info. That makes a lot of sense, though BF South Dakota is one thing and Sedalia MO (which got it two weeks ago) is another.

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  65. Portions of this comment thread are good comedy. Its funny how this has turned into a study on behavioral science more than a beer release. With Boulevard upping production this year despite doing an expansion, I would look for more next year. No doubt that the slight pilsner shortages recently were due to an insane brew schedule.
    All those assessing who's "fault" it is are directly implying and spelling out that this is a problem. I don't see it. Everybody not being able to get a beer is not a "problem." It's just capitalism. It's not a perfect world, sometimes places will run out of a beer before you can buy it. You'll be ok.
    To suggest that Boulevard is ruining craft beer because people will do anything for this beer is silly. Boulevard didn't "turn it into a status symbol," customers did.
    This isn't a problem so much as something that happens now.
    Just go to a bar, have a glass. It's just sitting there waiting.
    Westport Berbiglia has been sitting on some Choklat Stout from Southern Tier. If you can't get the Chocolate ale think about settling for a higher rated less expensive beer that you buy at you're leisure. Also Nebraska Brewing Company Reserve Series Apricot au Poivre Saison just came in. It's really limited if that's what does it for you.
    Be nice to you're liquor store clerks, Beer drivers, and wait staff.

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  66. So... now that the craziness is finally over, and the bottles are gone, anyone know where to get on a waiting list for 2013 or 2014?

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  67. It's extremely disappointing that Boulevard is willing to create all this hype and mass hysteria by producing such a limited supply. What are they trying to prove? We get it. Chocolate Ale is amazing. So why do they have to torture their customers this way? I've been loyal to Boulevard for years and I have given them a great deal of support by buying their products. I don't appreciate being jerked around like this. That's why I started the Anti-Boulevard Chocolate Ale League on Facebook. Join up if you feel the same way.

    http://www.facebook.com/groups/170279816414323/

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  68. DON'T HATE, JUST BECAUSE YOU DIDN'T GET ANY AT THE LIQUOR STORE. Pretty sure all of us love great beer or we wouldn't be wasting our time on here. Belly up to the bar and enjoy! Cheers!

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  69. The Well and Lews are out...but Quinton's just tapped a new keg!

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  70. Boulevard you did a great job making this enjoyable and unique beer for everyone to enjoy. It would be nice if it where only sold here until the demand lessened so the assholes who claim you are intentionally creating the hype by short-selling KC, even though you are doing business as normally conducted, would shut up. Assholes, shut up.

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  71. how about the village tavern in the pv shops not selling me said choc ale, saying it was only for there "vip customers" only ordered it because the couple next to me were enjoying a bottle. thats shitty.

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  72. Wow, who shit in bitter dudes beer? I've never heard such silly conspiracy theory over "the man" (Boulevard) trying to "stick it to the little guy."

    Have a beer and relax.

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  73. Our liquor store was supposed to receive one case of the Chocolate Ale. Unfortunately, we will not be getting one. According to the our CSB sales rep, Boulevard cut CSB's original order in half and Boulevard then sent that other half to Boston so some of the smaller liquor stores that were promised a case won't be receiving any. Anybody else catch wind of this or is our sales rep just blowing smoke up our ass? I really hope it's just bullshit from a salesman.

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  74. Jess & JIm's Steakhouse in martin city also has it in bottles!!

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  75. All the johnnys taverns have them today! :)

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  76. Anon,believe me your liquor store owner is blowing smoke up your ass.

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  77. 810 Zone Leawood isn't tapping till Thursday. Just talked to them on the phone.

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  78. 79 drunken rants? GET A LIFE PEOPLE!

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  79. Proclaims the 80th drunken rant?

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  80. Hey ya'll, Just fyi, Lakeside Tavern in Mission Farms (refer to blog from 12/6/11) will be tapping on Friday :) Come on down and see me!

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  81. What time will 810 zone start tapping?

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  82. I scored 8 bottles & tried one last night with some beer snob friends. None of us were impressed. Now I wish I hadn't wasted my time. Oh well, at least they will make great gifts a few months from now when everyone thinks its gone. I like all the other smokestack series beers better than the chocolate ale. Too much hype!

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  83. If anyone is selling a bottle and not charging a ridiculous price for it, Id love to take it! My email is Nigelkhwilliams@gmail.com! Thanks guys!

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  84. I think your missing the boat if you think chocolate ales popularity has anything to do with the craft beer movement, it has everything to do with Valentine's Day. Think about it, it makes the perfect gift for your significant other. Women want it because of their almost pathological love of chocolate, men want it cause it's beer, enough said. Add the fact that it comes from the hometown brewery, how could it not be a huge success? (hindsight is a wonderful thing) Whether it's Boulevard's best or worst Smokestack offering seems somewhat irrelevant to the people buying it. I see no problem with boulevard taking advantage of that fact, and if it convinces customers and/or retailers to try other Smokestack varieties, then kudos to Boulevard. I'm just wondering how long til Budweiser rushes out their own Valentine's day knockoff.

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  85. You bought 8 bottles without every trying it before? Jesus Christ.

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  86. Normally I would bitch about someone buying 8 bottles, but the joy from knowing you wasted your time and money on a beer you don't like outweighs the negative.

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  87. OK - anyone know of a bar tapping tonight?

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  88. Andrea - Riot Room tapped at 4. La Bodega Leawood is listed for today too.

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  89. You might look at Central States Beverage's facebook page if those locations aren't convenient. They list all the accounts metrowide who got kegs. Most should be tapped by now, and there's no way some of those places have gone through it all yet.

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  90. Stone Canyon Pizza at Zona Rosa tapping at 5pm tonight!

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  91. dont believe the hype suckers....

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9vQaVIoEjOM&ob=av2n

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  93. Beer Cave in Lenexa selling unreserved bottles after 3 today. People stood for 30 mins in the rain this morning to reserve one bottle that they can pick up between 1-3 today before the reservation is lost. They are charging $25 a bottle. I'll go get mine but don't plan on ever go back there. These stores sure are losing an opportunity to establish a new customer base. Such a shame.

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  94. You'll willingly let them screw you, but only just this once? They win.

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  95. A friend told me she paid $30 per bottle at Alvin's in Lawrence. I told her she was crazy for paying that.

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  96. I thought it was really good this year, but not good enough to pay more than about $12. Still need to try it on tap and if it's indeed better I'll probably skip the bottles next year.

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  97. $14/pint at Clancy's in Blue Spings. Fuck that.

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  98. I had the Chocolate Ale on tap at La Bodega in Leawood earlier today during lunch. It was $7.00 for a medium glass. I thought it was good.

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  99. 2/14 Topeka Old Chicago is to tap keg today. I think they said $10/glass!!!

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