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Brew your favorite craft beers and earn victory pints in this brewery-themed card game!
Brew your favorite craft beers and earn victory pints in this brewery-themed card game!
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    1. Frank Fiol on December 28, 2012

      Feb doesnt seem so far away now!

    2. Kirk Groeneweg on November 26, 2012

      really looking forward to playing this game. Congrats on hitting the goal!

    3. SuperG on November 25, 2012

      Looking forward to it. Congrats Nick and all.

    4. Azuretruth on November 25, 2012

      Congrats! Can't wait till February, if you offer pick up I am only an hour or so from Ann Arbor myself.

    5. Frank Fiol on November 21, 2012

      Congrats! I can't wait until February for this game to ship!

    6. Joshua Taube
      Superbacker
      on November 20, 2012

      Hooray congrats

    7. Sean on November 18, 2012

      I'll BIte upgrading my Happy Hour Pledge to a Bottle Cap Pledge. Looking forward to this one.

    8. David Larson on November 18, 2012

      7 days left and ~$1500 to go. You got this!

    9. Nick Helmholdt Creator on November 14, 2012

      Hi SuperG ,
      The final tokens will be a heavy duty cardboard called XBoard, cut into penny-sized circles. The tokens will have double-sided printing and be easy to use. (I realize the PnP tokens are not very user-friendly. When I make demo copies I use a disc punching device I picked up from a hobby store - it makes the whole process much faster.)
      The final cards will be on a heavy grade of cardstock and should be able to endure a bit of dampness. (My prototype copy has been to several tables and survived occasional water/beer encounters.)
      Thanks for the questions!
      -Nick

    10. SuperG on November 14, 2012

      Nick,

      Can you give a bit more detail on what you plan for the componentry of the game? The Beer mob review mentions wooden tokens in the final game, but your how-to-play video suggests cardboard.

      I've made a PnP set I hope to play this weekend and the tokens were all marked as octagons with circle backgrounds. What is the shape going to be? (Cuttling all those octagons on foam backing was NOT fun...lol)Will the cards be coated or heavier stock to deal with any potential spills on the table?

      Thanks!

    11. MhidDa on November 8, 2012

      Good review of a prototype playtest of Pint Craft by a brewer over at BGG:

      http://boardgamegeek.com/thread/881474/beer-mobbing-pint-craft

    12. Nick Helmholdt Creator on October 18, 2012

      Thanks for the questions Edward. My response is below:

      1) when do the recipes card refill?
      The game should end before all the recipe cards are all used. If no recipe cards are left then the game ends and the player with the highest number of victory pints wins.

      2) will the start player be changed?
      Not during the game. If you choose to play multiple rounds I would rotate the starting player.

      3) do the season cards come in the order, autumn > winter > spring > summer? If the starting season is autumn.
      Yes. You can start your game during any season, or simply choose the current season.

      Cheers!
      -Nick

    13. Edward Chow on October 18, 2012

      Hi, I would like to ask 3 questions.
      1) when do the recipes card refill?
      2) will the start player be changed?
      3) do the season cards come in the order, autumn > winter > spring > summer? If the starting season is autumn.
      Thanks.

    14. Nick Helmholdt Creator on October 17, 2012

      Christopher - I am planning to go with a "Bar Blade" style of bottle opener. These are the easiest for me to cut and etch.
      Thanks!
      -Nick

    15. Christopher Sniezek on October 17, 2012

      If you're still undecided on the final bottle opener type or design, may I suggest a bar blade type? They're handy, durable, and have plenty of space for engraving/etching. A photo example: http://is.gd/BVBhBp

    16. Bruce Bernard
      Superbacker
      on October 10, 2012

      Can you post prices for adding additional copies of the game to a pledge? This is one way to get the pledges up and a number of successful projects allow adding extra copies, usually at a discount depending on how many copies are added. I would probably add 1 or 2 copies for gifts. Heck, in one recent project I pledged for 7 copies.

    17. Karl Tiedemann on October 10, 2012

      The game looks great, Nick. Also, high-five from Ann Arbor!

    18. Joshua Taube
      Superbacker
      on October 10, 2012

      I suppose a CHEERS! is in order.