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Bigfoot moves to 4-packs

Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by wcintula, Mar 21, 2012.

  1. sjverla

    sjverla Advocate (585) Massachusetts Dec 1, 2008 Verified

    I'm looking forward to seeing it in Boston. I'm ok with the 4-pack move because typically around here's it's $13-$15/six, whereas the more recent High-Altitudes have been $8-$10. Hopefully it's priced accordingly, which if it's the same SKU, should be the case.
  2. Back then it was just a slow selling dog, now it's aged!
  3. RangnaR

    RangnaR Savant (425) California Dec 17, 2012

    Honestly, wouldn't it make more sense to complain about an $11.00 12oz bottle of Conflux No. 1 (Collage) by Deschutes? I guess they thought nobody would complain about that because it doesn't look as bad as paying $44.00 for a 4-pack...
  4. djaeon

    djaeon Champion (755) California Oct 2, 2006

    It was $9.99 at BevMo in San Diego.
  5. OnWisconsin

    OnWisconsin Savant (430) Wisconsin Aug 14, 2012 Verified

    Picked up a case for $51 up in Green Bay and the manager even threw in 2 Sierra Nevada pint glasses. Not too bad!
    JohnB87 likes this.