I’m from NYC but I have been vacationing in the DelMarVa beaches area for years since my family has a house in Bethany Beach, DE. For obvious reasons, we are staying there now to weather the storm. For years I’ve been shopping at the fantastic Outlet Liquors, in Rehoboth, and buying reasonably priced and tax free beverages. (Beer, wine and spirits) For the longest time I’ve been tempted to buy their $5 mystery 4 pack in a brown bag. I finally did. Was I expecting a bottle of CBS, BCBS etc? Definitely not! I was anticipating something along the lines of a couple of local DelMarVa brews (maybe a DFH 60 minute, something from Evolution, etc) and a couple of macros. However, what I got was truly disappointing. I got a bottle of Heineken Light, a 16oz can of Coors Light, and some small can of a beverage called Ritas Mango Rita. (WTF is this??? Is it beer or an alternative malt beverage?) the only saving grace could be a local (Delaware) pale ale called Greenville Pale Ale from Twin Lakes Brewing. (Has a decent score on BA) Nevertheless, I feel cheated. I don’t care about the $5, it’s just the principle especially considering that 3/4s of these beverages amount to less than $1 if purchased in 12 to 24 pack formats. Yes I’m a bit cranky these days all things considering, yet, look at this mystery bag experience in contrast: Anyone else have any mystery bag experiences to share? Anybody who has worked in this industry care to share the rationale behind the packaging? Is it truly random. Did I simply get the worst hand possible or is it usually like this?