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brewed.today

Posted: Mon May 27, 2019 10:21 pm
by JaseWescott
new website to track Ontario breweries with Online Bottle shops https://brewed.today/

brewery list, shipping fees and beers available here https://brewed.today/breweries

Re: brewed.today

Posted: Tue May 28, 2019 8:36 am
by Craig
This is great! Guy who made this is, according to his twitter, a developer, beer and Habs fan. My kinda guy.

Re: brewed.today

Posted: Tue May 28, 2019 10:29 am
by JaseWescott
Craig wrote:This is great! Guy who made this is, according to his twitter, a developer, beer and Habs fan. My kinda guy.


the guy who ran momandhop/ontariobev was the only person keeping track of all the online bottle shops but hasn't updated since his legal troubles. I guess someone else decided to carry the torch.

Re: brewed.today

Posted: Tue May 28, 2019 11:56 am
by distr0
very cool

Re: brewed.today

Posted: Thu May 30, 2019 2:07 pm
by Blasphomet
Awesome. Very handy.

Re: brewed.today

Posted: Thu Mar 19, 2020 4:52 pm
by cboden
Hello. Long time lurker, very infrequent commenter. I'm the author of the website. Thanks for the shout out and kind words! Given what's been going on lately I just wanted to re-share the website and provide, what I found to be, some interesting observations.

brewed.today shows 2 days (the day of and the day before) of new inventory to hit Ontario breweries online stores as well as a catalog of all of Ontario's breweries that sell online including their shipping rates.

If you're looking to acquire beer during our social distancing I'd recommend buying online for a number of reasons: health and safety of yourself and others, reduced shipping prices, brewery exclusives, supporting local, and tons of variety.
Over the past week breweries have been flooding their online shelves. I've noticed a few breweries have dipped into their cellar with rare releases and a number of breweries have re-opened their online stores (GLB, Bobcaygeon, Barley Days, Kichesippi). Below is a chart counting the number of beers released each day over the past 3 weeks. Before the 16th is a normal number of releases per day/week. I expect this influx of increased inventory to continue to increase over the next little while, so keep an eye out for new releases on http://brewed.today!
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If you have any questions, comments, or suggestions feel free to contact me!

Cheers.

Re: brewed.today

Posted: Thu Mar 19, 2020 8:24 pm
by S M A
Nice one. Thanks!!!

Re: brewed.today

Posted: Thu Mar 19, 2020 9:37 pm
by Craig
Who dipped into their cellar?

Re: brewed.today

Posted: Thu Mar 19, 2020 10:29 pm
by sofakingdrunk
Craig wrote:Who dipped into their cellar?



Bellwoods

Re: brewed.today

Posted: Thu Mar 19, 2020 11:27 pm
by cboden
sofakingdrunk wrote:
Craig wrote:Who dipped into their cellar?



Bellwoods


Yup, 3 variants of Motley Cru 2018 yesterday.

Today Rainhard:
https://brewed.today/breweries/rainhard ... llide-2016
https://brewed.today/breweries/rainhard ... brett-2017

I think another one did Monday or Tuesday, but can't recall now.

Re: brewed.today

Posted: Thu Mar 19, 2020 11:45 pm
by Belgian
sofakingdrunk wrote:
Craig wrote:Who dipped into their cellar?


Bellwoods


Black raspberry, blueberry, & pomegranate versions of 2018 Mötley Crüe now all sold out.

I can hardly blame people for moving quickly on this.

Re: brewed.today

Posted: Fri Mar 20, 2020 8:13 am
by seangm
cboden wrote:Hello. Long time lurker, very infrequent commenter. I'm the author of the website. Thanks for the shout out and kind words! Given what's been going on lately I just wanted to re-share the website and provide, what I found to be, some interesting observations.

brewed.today shows 2 days (the day of and the day before) of new inventory to hit Ontario breweries online stores as well as a catalog of all of Ontario's breweries that sell online including their shipping rates.

If you're looking to acquire beer during our social distancing I'd recommend buying online for a number of reasons: health and safety of yourself and others, reduced shipping prices, brewery exclusives, supporting local, and tons of variety.
Over the past week breweries have been flooding their online shelves. I've noticed a few breweries have dipped into their cellar with rare releases and a number of breweries have re-opened their online stores (GLB, Bobcaygeon, Barley Days, Kichesippi). Below is a chart counting the number of beers released each day over the past 3 weeks. Before the 16th is a normal number of releases per day/week. I expect this influx of increased inventory to continue to increase over the next little while, so keep an eye out for new releases on http://brewed.today!

If you have any questions, comments, or suggestions feel free to contact me!

Cheers.


Thanks for putting together this website, it's inspired me to make a purchase as of this morning. Fridays are usually my LCBO stock up day, but I figured with social distancing and all, why not take this opportunity to online order from a brewery I've yet to try (Dominion City in this case). I especially appreciate the shipping charge info being pulled and displayed with the brewery info.

Re: brewed.today

Posted: Fri Mar 20, 2020 10:45 am
by portwood
FYI
if the brewery is using Canada Post, the delivery may not come to your door due to CP's covid-19 policy.
drivers are leaving a notice on your door (or community mailbox) to go pick up the package at your local "post office" (ie Shoppers Drug Mart, in my case)

I placed 3 orders a few days ago:
1st left a note (didn't even knock on the door)
2nd rang the doorbell and once my wife came to the door they left the package on the front step and left
3rd driver did same as 1st

Re: brewed.today

Posted: Fri Mar 20, 2020 12:36 pm
by seangm
portwood wrote:FYI
if the brewery is using Canada Post, the delivery may not come to your door due to CP's covid-19 policy.
drivers are leaving a notice on your door (or community mailbox) to go pick up the package at your local "post office" (ie Shoppers Drug Mart, in my case)

I placed 3 orders a few days ago:
1st left a note (didn't even knock on the door)
2nd rang the doorbell and once my wife came to the door they left the package on the front step and left
3rd driver did same as 1st


Ah, thanks for the heads up. Hopefully I get scenario #2.