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Beer/Brewery Merge, Edit and Delete Requests →
26 Apr, 2012 10:29 AM
This is actually a separation issue as opposed to a merge.
There is currently one beer for Brasserie Grain D'Orge's beer
called Belzebuth (http://untappd.com/beer/2222).
The issue is that there are currently 3 separate ABVs for this
beer, namely 8.4% (comes in a can), 11.8% (comes in a can), and 13%
(comes in a bottle).
Can these be separated into the appropriate beers?
The 13% could be renamed as Belzebuth Blond Ale (as the label calls
I have just set up 8.4 Super Strong (http://untappd.com/beer/164269)
and 11.8 Extra Strong (http://untappd.com/beer/164267)
to help differentiate this beer into the 3 categories.
2 Posted by X (SU) on 30 Apr, 2012 08:13 AM
I've cleaned up the Brasserie Grain D'Orge records as there
exist two of them. One in France, and one in Belgium.
The Belzebuth records have also been cleaned up, and thanks for
your submissions. We now have 3 records for Belzebuth beers, as you
Back to the "Blond Ale" topic, I do not think we should be
naming is "Belzebuth Blond Ale", for a couple of reasons:
Let us know your thoughts.
-X. Untappd Super User.
3 Posted by Kenny Smith on 30 Apr, 2012 11:39 PM
Thanks for the clean up. I'm happy with that!
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on 01 May, 2012 12:21 PM.
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