Continuing a thread that appeared to end last April...sticker shock's still happening, folks. Last night we frequented one of our favorite beer bars in KC for a couple rounds. I noticed that a barrel-aged version of Nebraska Brewing Company's Hop God was on tap via the board that lists seasonal beers, and decided to order it. Of course, this bar doesn't display prices for any beers on the board, and I (foolishly) didn't think to ask the price beforehand. So the beer comes back and it's in a tiny six ounce snifter, which is understandable. Since I enjoy the regular version of Hop God, I thought it was pretty delicious, but then the check came: for a few good ounces, I was out 9 bucks! Now I know that Nebraska is spendy to begin with, and that bars also mark up prices, but I still wasn't prepared for that, especially since I've had six ounce pours of Cantillon for cheaper in the same city. Lesson learned: always inquire into the price if it's not listed! Anyone else have a similar story?