Where are the Mac & Jack’s bottles?
“Do you have Mac & Jack’s?” is a question we hear daily at the store. My typical response, “We can get you kegs of Mac & Jack’s beers, but they don’t bottle.”
I’m surprised at the handful of people who attempt to argue with me that Mac & Jack’s Brewery offers bottled beer and that I am an idiot for not realizing that the local [insert grocery store name here] carries their African Amber. Sorry, dude, you are clearly wrong. You are simply attempting to argue a point that is simply untrue.
You won’t find their beer here or anywhere else in bottles — unless you’re referring to growler fills that you can get at the brewery or at taverns. But I know that’s not the case as you’re talking about six-packs and grocery stores.
I don’t know what beer you think you saw at the big-box grocery chain, but it wasn’t Mac & Jack’s African Amber. I sigh and let the person rant on.
But I can tell you what you CAN do if you’d like to buy Mac & Jack’s African Amber from us to drink at home…
HB 1465 will allow beer stores like ours to package growlers to-go of beers that are currently only available in keg format. Yes, this means that we would be able to package Mac & Jack’s African Amber for you to enjoy at home.
p.s. And if you think this picture of Mac & Jack’s African Amber is real, you’re sadly mistaken. 😉