Best Bang for Your Buck?

Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by Hanzo, Dec 21, 2012.

  1. forrestbetts

    forrestbetts Nov 29, 2007 Illinois

    Old Raspy or Bigfoot. Or New Glarus Moon Man
     
  2. CORKSCREWFISH

    CORKSCREWFISH Apr 22, 2011 Illinois

    Well,there was this chick I met at a craps table,couple years back in Vegas(off strip),anyway, she was so.......Wait! Fuck! You mean beer don't you?
    Never mind!
     
  3. CORKSCREWFISH

    CORKSCREWFISH Apr 22, 2011 Illinois

    Sorry,had to be the first to jump on this. Pun intended!
     
  4. CommanderOfAwesome

    CommanderOfAwesome Aug 30, 2012 California

    The best bang for your buck that doesn't end with a 6 pack is wrong. If you're worried about getting the most amount of beer for $6 or whatever the answer is a <insert your favorite 6 pack>. That isn't even up for debate. If you're question is, the best beer that the brewery spends a shit ton of money on ingredients and time (including man hours on) the answer is Stone IRS. /thread

    You're welcome.
     
  5. lonewolfcry

    lonewolfcry Dec 7, 2007 Minnesota
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    You took the words right out of my mouth.
    It's selling regularly in Mpls for $4.99, which in my mind is the best consistent value I've seen yet
    Just a real solid beer that is never disappointing!
     
  6. lonewolfcry

    lonewolfcry Dec 7, 2007 Minnesota
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    Oh, I forgot...last week I picked up a 12 pack of SN Celebration = $11.99 (score!)
    I should've bought 2 and left one at the get together for Xmas.
    I just wasn't thinking straight after paying $20.99 for a 4 pack of GI BCBS (but it's so good!)
     
  7. flayedandskinned

    flayedandskinned Jan 1, 2011 California
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    Now that its finally out again, Lagunitas Sucks.
     
  8. Gregfalone

    Gregfalone Sep 5, 2012 California
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    For me it's ballast point victory at sea. Delicious, relatively inexpensive, and quite intoxicating :)
     
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  9. devlishdamsel

    devlishdamsel Aug 1, 2009 Washington

    For the alcohol content and price, im a huge fan of caldera ipa! Especially the hoppy sensation it brings!
     
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  10. Blueribbon666

    Blueribbon666 Jul 4, 2008 Ohio

    Rather then name anything, as I would have a laundry list. I'm going to say any good craft brewer worth their salt who keeps their SIXERS @ $8.99 or less. I realize that the coasts are higher priced areas and I'm leaving out fours & really that's the rub of a four for me( I buy 'em for sure!) they should be sixers. As far as bang for my buck in a quick, strapped for cash situation Genesee Cream Ale six of tall boys for $3.99 works as does anything from Yuengling.
     
  11. getinked

    getinked Feb 21, 2012 Ukraine

    I would have to go with HeadyTopper also, @ $3.cc a 16oz can. This beer is pretty damn cheap for the best DIPA money can buy!
     
  12. hoppytobehere

    hoppytobehere Aug 10, 2012 District of Columbia
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    Torpedo is a good call, but it's not a double.
     
  13. PdxBeerGeek

    PdxBeerGeek Dec 15, 2012 Oregon

    Pyramid Outburst.. 8.0% ABV and only $2.44 for a 22 oz bottle
     
  14. fujindemon74

    fujindemon74 Nov 7, 2012 Pennsylvania

    Dude, I paid $10 and still consider this a value.
    Still have 6 and feel like I should buy more :eek:
     
  15. brewbetter

    brewbetter Jun 2, 2012 Nauru

    ABV/$ matters... I don't see why anyone would claim it doesn't. FBS for Imperial Stouts, Torpedo for IPA, but I'm not sure about regular pale ales.
     
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  16. BlueRogue

    BlueRogue May 1, 2011 Maine

    There's a place down the street from me that sells 4-packs of Brooklyn Black Chocolate Stout for $6.99
     
  17. godlessape

    godlessape Dec 12, 2010 Georgia

    Torpedo with out a doubt. I can get it in Atlanta for $7:99 a 6 pack.
     
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  18. benjaminahudson

    benjaminahudson Sep 29, 2012 North Carolina

    I approve this message
     
  19. Lexo430

    Lexo430 Dec 27, 2011 Illinois

    Lagunitas Maximus 6/pack- $9.99
     
  20. jzand219

    jzand219 Dec 3, 2012

    Weihenstraphaner. All 500ml bottles are usually $3.49.
     
  21. CaptainTripps

    CaptainTripps Aug 8, 2010 Oregon

    Rochefort 10.

    Word class Quad. Always on the shelf. Tast full of awesomness.
     
  22. Angst

    Angst Nov 8, 2007 California
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    Pliny at $4.99 for 500ml.
     
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  23. CaptainTripps

    CaptainTripps Aug 8, 2010 Oregon

    If you are lucky enough to find it, and find it at that price. (at least in the northwest)
     
  24. OneBeertoRTA

    OneBeertoRTA Jan 2, 2010 California
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    Her name was June and she worked at the Ocean in Vegas, er...

    Probably Racer 5, Hop Stoopid and lagunitas IPA
     
  25. IrishHockey

    IrishHockey Oct 12, 2012 Indiana
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    I always go with New Belgium Ranger IPA. A decent IPA for $12 a 12 pack.
     
  26. GardenWaters

    GardenWaters Jan 8, 2012 Illinois

    Old Rasputin.
    Torpedo.
    Arrogant Bastard.
     
  27. BeerThursdays

    BeerThursdays Feb 28, 2010 Delaware
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    Got a sixtel of Old Rasputin for $100. No Regrets
     
  28. EdTheEdge

    EdTheEdge Mar 26, 2011 California

    I never hesitate grabbing a $8.99 sixer of Dale's.
     
  29. JBogan

    JBogan Jul 15, 2007 Nevada

    Westvleteren 12 at the abbey for about $2 per bottle.
     
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  30. luisc123

    luisc123 Oct 20, 2011 California

    Alaskan Amber is 9.99 a 12 pack at my local Rite Aid. Great craft beer to buy for parties where not everyone is a fan of craft.
     
  31. jRocco2021

    jRocco2021 Mar 13, 2010 Wisconsin
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    I can't believe I forgot and that no one else mentioned Black Boss Porter at 2 bucks a pint, for what to me at least is one of my favorite brews, what could be better.
     
  32. randjuke

    randjuke Feb 13, 2010 Iowa
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    I was just about to suggest the same thing. 2 bucks for 500 ml, 9.4% ABV, tastes great. Only problem is I have trouble finding it.
     
  33. jRocco2021

    jRocco2021 Mar 13, 2010 Wisconsin
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    really? I don't think I've ever been to a liquor store that didn't have it. If we get it in WI you should get it in IA. I would guess stores by you just aren't ordering it.
     
  34. TNGabe

    TNGabe Feb 6, 2012 Tennessee

    I guess that makes $3.49 seem like an even better deal. Time for a Hop Stoopid Hands New Years Party!
     
  35. mrelizabeth

    mrelizabeth Jan 22, 2012 California

    SD Costco's have Victory @ Sea for $6 a bottle right now. That's $72 a case, and about $30 less than it would cost you at the brewery. Good deal.
     
  36. TNGabe

    TNGabe Feb 6, 2012 Tennessee

    Really, no one is saying that westy 12 was a steal at $84? I mean, you got a glass after all.....

    Korbinian is a great beer for $3.50/500mL. Avec les Bon Vouex is great at $10.

    Hard to justify prices for great beers? I love bam, but $11 for a 750 of something with a starting gravity under 1.040, crystal hops, and 2 weeks in a barrel is tough.
     
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  37. AxesandAnchors

    AxesandAnchors Nov 21, 2012 Oregon

    North Coast - Old Rasputin Russian Imperial Stout
    9% ABV highly cellarable, bottled year round, and easy to find
    $2.49 for 12oz. or $8.99 for 4 pack (12 oz.)

    Hands down best value for a great beer to drink or put down in the cellar.
     
  38. luwak

    luwak Mar 2, 2010 Arizona
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    Yeah that depends upon an operational definition of delivery vis a vis chemicals and uptake...so snarky but semantically impotent.
     
  39. ThisWangsChung

    ThisWangsChung Oct 15, 2011 Maryland
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    Dominion Oak Barrel Stout. It's $8 a 6 pack, with more character and drinkability than some $8 bombers.
     
  40. Lerxst

    Lerxst Jun 17, 2005 Florida

    Picked up this years Brooklyn BCS today for $7.99/4.

    That's the same price since '09 in my area while many others have gone up in price, some a little, some a lot. Kudos to Brooklyn for making this fantastic brew at this fantastic price.
     
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