- — fledglingbrewer (@fledglingbrewer)Mon, Mar 28 2011 22:49:06@roadtrips4beer And Goose Island wasn't considered "craft" by the Brewers Association anyway. Not in craft stats.
- — beerSanta (@beerSanta)Mon, Mar 28 2011 22:39:31RT @chicagobars: 1st ABInbev came for my Beck's & I said nothing, then they came for my Rolling Rock & I said nothing & now they come for my Goose Island...
- — geeklimit (@geeklimit)Mon, Mar 28 2011 22:27:41Anheuser-Busch bought out Goose Island. Remember, the big brewhouses aren't the bad guys - Goose now has access to their bistro network.
- — beercommdood (@beercommdood)Mon, Mar 28 2011 22:19:42And Leffe & RedHook &... RT @darknova306: Unless the quality deteriorates, I'll continue to drink Goose Island beer. Elitism is for wankers.
- — HandsomeBrew (@HandsomeBrew)Mon, Mar 28 2011 22:08:29One of several reasons ABI acquired Goose Island: If I'm not mistaken, Chicago is the one major US market where Miller kicks their ass.
- — bgmncwj (@bgmncwj)Mon, Mar 28 2011 21:51:16
- — RyanMeray (@RyanMeray)Mon, Mar 28 2011 20:56:08The sale of Goose Island to Anheuser-Busch is a harbinger of the consolidation of indie craft brewers into multinational portfolios. #beer
Beer Fans on the Goose Island Purchase
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