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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by Rizalini, Jan 22, 2013.
85 dollars for a PiaPT
$35 for a bottle of Surly SYX. It was my first big purchase. Now I have no problem paying that kind of money on a single bottle.
It really is hard to say, I think probably $14 for a bottle of Samichlaus in Michigan, somehow I am finding Michigan is getting expensive for alcohol, and I am from Ontario...
your own secret wee party, i like that
Tie: Kuhnhenn Raspberry Eisbock and Blueberry Eisbock
$30 for 12.7oz.
Want to trade for one of those bad boys?
I'm an avid trader but I like these. Why trade what I love? I've passed all offers so far.
$30 - 22 oz. Bourbon County Cherry Rye
$12.95 - 12 oz. DFH 120 (4x)
I wish. Orkney Dark Island Reserve
BCBCS on tap at Pony Bar in NYC about 2 1/2 hours away.
Gas, tolls, parking, and the beer. Man that was an expensive pour
Paid $49 and $35 for a couple Lost Abbey beers at Monk's Cafe last Feb. Definitely over priced, but still very delicious!
I don't blame you. I also don't have any of your Wants, but a guy can dream, right? I'm never in Michigan at the right time.
18$ for 2oz pour of 10th anniversary Utopias at a bar. Same bar had 08' Lou Pepe Kriek on draft for 8$ for a 6oz draft. Got that too of course.
$24-26 per bottle, can't remember exactly. BA Abraxas, BA Sump by Perennial Artisan Ales St Louis, MO.
$70 for a bottle of Bruery's The Wanderer. Worth it to buy bread, pb, and j instead of eating out that day on vacation.
$99.99 for a BrewDog Sink the Bismarck. Would absolutely not do it again but also do not regret it in any way. I wanted to be able to say I've had it and now I can.
The one I bought my ex-wife in a bar about 15 years ago. Divorce cost me over $20K.
Can't remember the exact cost, but definitely the most expensive has been Utopias 10th anniversary....worth every penny in my book.
$360+ for a case of 50/50 EC 12
$32 a piece on three 375mL Kuhnhenn Raspberry Eisbock's. And another $32 on a Blueberry. Don't tell my wife...
$50 for FFF Murda'd Out Stout was painful. Still havent drank it, actually more interested in trading.
I purchased Utopias for a buddy in Chicago, I was glad to recoup that $250
These are bar prices-
BCS Vanilla-£18/$29. This was late last year so it was probably a bit of a bargain. In fact I bought two.
Jolly Pumpkin Baudelaire- £20/$30. No way worth it but it was my birthday.
Not into cellaring/collecting stuff so don't really get into paying over the odds.
$50 BBA Vanilla Bean Dark Lord.
Yes, would buy again.
Sam Adams Utopia's $200
Case of Pumking $117
Lambik (3 Year Old Unblended) $38
Probably one of the Hoppin' Frog BA Stouts at $20-25. A lot of their stuff is (comparably) crazy expensive in my area and the only thing stopping me from drinking their beers a lot more.
Westy 12 6'er $ 86.00
16 Oz PBR can 89 Cents on sale
I enjoyed both, one for taste, the other for value
I would do anything for a bottle...
Pumking is worth every penny.
I paid about 45 for a 3 Floyds Baller Stout. I had buyers remorse immediately but then i got home and sipped it for the next hour and a half and was happy with my purchase. Im afraid I'd do it again if i found another one at that price.
Cantillon's. Worth every fkn penny though.
Westy brick, $86.
BCBCRS, $25.99. (Then found it for 16.99 and 19.99)
BCBS, $24.99 4 pack.
I'm sue there are more, too early.
$34 - 22 oz. Bourbon County Cherry Rye restruant price but worth it
50 for a Cable Car Kriek on-site at Toronado SD.
i paid about 25 euro for a 750ml bottle of gouden carolus cuvee de kaizer blau at a bar in brussels
to take home, it was 15 euro for a westy 12
A paltry $23 for 2012 cherry rye...haven't tried it yet. Pales in comparison to what some of you BA's have spent.
$85 for a Westy 12 gift pack!
The beer wasn't that expensive, really. It was the $35 glasses (2 of them) that made the price so high!
$200 for Utopias 2011 and 2009, $55 for some Birra Baladin stuff that was on the shelf way too long