Bigfoot moves to 4-packs

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

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  1. sjverla

    sjverla Devotee (490) Dec 1, 2008 Massachusetts

    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. slangtruth

    slangtruth Initiate (197) Jan 8, 2012 Massachusetts

    Back then it was just a slow selling dog, now it's aged!
     
  3. RangnaR

    RangnaR Initiate (0) Dec 17, 2012 California

    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. NickMunford

    NickMunford Savant (978) Oct 2, 2006 Wyoming
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    It was $9.99 at BevMo in San Diego.
     
  5. OnWisconsin

    OnWisconsin Initiate (0) Aug 14, 2012 Wisconsin
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    Picked up a case for $51 up in Green Bay and the manager even threw in 2 Sierra Nevada pint glasses. Not too bad!
     
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