Retail Prices for Bourbon County Stout Coffee & Rye?

Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by darkyellowsky, Dec 23, 2012.

  1. darkyellowsky

    darkyellowsky Zealot (90) Arizona Oct 8, 2012

    I was curious as to what the retail prices are for BCS-Coffe and Cherry Rye?
     
  2. Oneinchaway

    Oneinchaway Savant (310) California Jun 12, 2011 Verified

    I bought one on Saturday for $19.99 from a regularly retail priced beer shop.
     
  3. Casedogg43

    Casedogg43 Advocate (500) Indiana Jan 4, 2012

    If you are lucky enough to find it (good luck with that)
    $20 + tax + travel + time
     
  4. kawilliams81

    kawilliams81 Advocate (640) Illinois Feb 27, 2009 Verified

    Retail is $20 but asshole bottle shops were selling either/or for upwards of $40 . But mainly $20-25.
     
  5. hopsputin

    hopsputin Advocate (625) New Jersey Apr 1, 2012 Verified

    Was at a bar the other day and was able to get a 12oz to go. $10 - overpriced (I think?), but worth it to give to my dad.
     
  6. Casedogg43

    Casedogg43 Advocate (500) Indiana Jan 4, 2012

    That had to be standard BCBS.
    Typically $5 a bottle.
     
  7. InVinoVeritas

    InVinoVeritas Advocate (605) Wisconsin Apr 16, 2012 Verified

    I think I paid $24 for BCBCRS. However, I was happy to pay that as it was the only bottle the store got.
     
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  8. xnicknj

    xnicknj Advocate (730) Pennsylvania May 25, 2009

    $30+ in philly after tax.
     
  9. coffygrinder

    coffygrinder Savant (290) Illinois Nov 18, 2010 Verified

    it was $19.99
     
  10. LostTraveler

    LostTraveler Savant (375) Maine Oct 28, 2011

    I paid $18.99 for Cherry and $11.99 for Coffee... plus gas
     
  11. stout1420

    stout1420 Zealot (80) New York Oct 27, 2010

    In Rochester NY it ranged from $20.99 to $27.99. The biggest shop who got the most sold it for more! I agree with wagoncircler that the prices are much higher at the big store on limited beers only. That doesn't mean it's a shitty store it just means the owner only has $ on his mind and doesn't care about the beer. The employees have a passion for beer but cannot control the price of the beer but have to deal with the constant criticism.
     
  12. PsilohsaiBiN

    PsilohsaiBiN Advocate (620) New York Aug 10, 2010 Verified

    $11.99 maybe off the back of a truck...
     
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  13. PsilohsaiBiN

    PsilohsaiBiN Advocate (620) New York Aug 10, 2010 Verified

    Btw, I've seen coffee for $19.99+ tax and I got a Cherry for $27.00, ouch.
     
  14. RichD

    RichD Champion (905) Rhode Island Mar 18, 2012 Verified

    I paid 11.99 plus tax for my Coffee Stout and I saw the Cherry Rye for about 18.99-19.99 plus tax. I should've bought more than one BCBCS but I didn't. Maybe I'll find some tomorrow.
     
  15. mark14580

    mark14580 Initiate (0) New York Jan 15, 2011

    Cherry Rye was $30 at Beers of the World. 100% markup.
     
  16. stout1420

    stout1420 Zealot (80) New York Oct 27, 2010

    Nope 27.99. After taxes and deposit yes
     
  17. stout1420

    stout1420 Zealot (80) New York Oct 27, 2010

    And yes still a ridiculous mark up.
     
  18. $19.99 plus tax for BCBCS in CT
     
  19. mborden

    mborden Savant (430) New York Jan 28, 2009

    This was about a dollar less per bottle than what I paid in Syracuse
     
  20. PsilohsaiBiN

    PsilohsaiBiN Advocate (620) New York Aug 10, 2010 Verified

    Pretty incredulous to hear of someone selling these for "fair" prices, if this is indeed fact.
     
  21. mborden

    mborden Savant (430) New York Jan 28, 2009

    Yeah, these places hawking them for $30-$40 is pretty nuts.
     
  22. SkeeterBoganski

    SkeeterBoganski Advocate (665) Colorado Feb 25, 2012 Verified

    If it's any minor consolation, some states got none (that were originally included in the distro range) and include residents that wouldn't hesitate to drop $30-40 for a few bottles.
     
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  23. Tkolar

    Tkolar Aficionado (115) New Jersey Oct 23, 2011

    Paid $35 for the Cherry at local shop and $25 for Coffee in Philly.
     
  24. Boilerfood

    Boilerfood Savant (445) Indiana Jun 5, 2012

    I paid $22ish for both at one shop in town, then $17 for coffee and $20 for Cherry Rye at the other.
     
  25. PsilohsaiBiN

    PsilohsaiBiN Advocate (620) New York Aug 10, 2010 Verified

    Man, all bottle shops in Philly should have a courtesy greeter/vaseline luber to prep everyone before they get raped!
     
  26. Tkolar

    Tkolar Aficionado (115) New Jersey Oct 23, 2011

    Actually i paid $35 in NJ and $25 in Philly. Sorry forgot to specify that.
     
  27. LOL!!!!
     
  28. baybum

    baybum Advocate (605) Pennsylvania Feb 10, 2011 Verified

    In Philly I paid: Coffee between $14 - $25 The one Cherry Rye I paid $20.
     
  29. LostTraveler

    LostTraveler Savant (375) Maine Oct 28, 2011

    From what I was expecting to pay, I got a 3rd free.
     
  30. brother_kenneth

    brother_kenneth Advocate (600) Virginia Oct 22, 2012 Verified

    Even though the price may be around $20, don't expect to go $4$ in a trade for Cherry Rye; Coffee maybe, but definitely not Cherry. I put out around $40 value on my end to get a single bottle, and I am not complaining. ;)
     
  31. darkyellowsky

    darkyellowsky Zealot (90) Arizona Oct 8, 2012

    Great info. I am looking to trade and I know I have to give up more on my end. I am ok with that.