Friday, December 3, 2010

All tickets have been sold out for On Photon.
Hopefully you got your hands on some.
We wish we could extend the count, but our brewery is only so big.

Thank you to everyone who waited in line and pit forth the effort. We'll see you on 12/18

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13 comments:

Anonymous said...

How could they sell out at 11:13 when the blog says they go on sale at 12?

Michael said...

Boooo-urns!!
Wish there was a way to buy online for us suckers stuck at work!

Tom G said...

unreal.

I guess my buddy should've went to get our 2 tickets right at noon instead of waiting until 2:00.

Damn. Was REALLY looking forward to this one...

Need any volunteers to pour beer and/or help set things up???

;)

Anonymous said...

Thats weak.....so much for making the tickets available to the people. So what ticket broker do we have to go through to but them at a premium?

Anonymous said...

that sucks.......where can I buy them for double face? So much for the working guy

Anonymous said...

No way?!? All of them?

Andrew said...

did y'all allow for each person to buy more than one ticket for the CBC closing event earlier this year? it seems these sold out in no time, and that even if i would've left my office downtown to get my ticket on an extended lunch break, i likely still would've been outta luck. sucks.

Curtis said...

Words cannot express the extent of disappointment my ticket-less self is feeling right now.

Anonymous said...

Got my tickets. See you there!

Anonymous said...

Heard that some folks just decided to buy up 10 at a time. Pretty sad that those of us who actually wanted to go can't because some jerk-off bought that many. Also, perhaps someone at Half Acre should've put a cap on the amount purchased at once? Severely disappointed.

Anonymous said...

10 ticket limit folks, thats why they went so quickly.

Anonymous said...

There's bound to be a lot of backlash at this one. Count me as one of the disappointed ones.

the said...

Yeah, that's a shame.
Those of us "9-5ers" got screwed (seemingly) by people with odd-hour jobs, or, people who work later shifts.

Wouldn't that be great though if the majority of people attending this are "food service people" (ie bartenders who get an excessively better crack at rare beer things anyway) because none of us "normal working hour" people could get there to buy tickets?

I now understand why bottles of certain beers are put on shelves one at a time.
Poachers and greed are ruining craft beer!