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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by jlsims04, Jul 10, 2015.
Well not at a single bottle shop/brewery, but my whole New England trip I spent damn near 1k. And I regret nothing.
Easily $300 in WY a few years back.
I just spent about $400, buying beer in Ohio, Massachusettes, Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine & Maryland.
Man, I'm a cheapskate compared to some folks. I spent $100+ on a case of Spencer Trappist when it came out.
A couple friends and I did the Lawsons farmers market, alchemist truck sale, and HF Anniversary weekend last year (2014). I spent roughly $300 and combined we were just about $1000
I could easily see me doing that.
I could see me doing this too.
same on our trip. hit hunger again after hf for sos
About 350 bucks for 3 months of bliss.
A couple of the Drie Fonteinen and a 375 Cantillion Gueuze. I went on a Saturday and expected to get nothing, at least not a Loon. Struck up a conversation with one of the employees and had about $160 worth of beer in a box. He then brought out the Loon. I don't blame the guy. He says he gets a lot of people who will box up a shit ton of beer and end up walking out with just the Cantillion. I'm sure they get shit on by a lot of people looking for dem whalez bro. Here is my haul. Not all the beer I bought is in the pick. There were a lot of doubles and triples of different brews.
edit...The best way to get the good stuff is to frequent the place as much as often. Regulars get first shot. I would be there weekly if I lived near by. Great place and the deli smell was so hhhnnnnnnnnnnggggggggggg!
$200+ at The Rare Barrel for 8 bottles at $25 each plus tax. These were sent off to trades and I received about 40 beers just for these 8 bottles. I guess it was worth it!
cant pinpoint it, but ive had several transactions between 150-200. Most being trillium but a few times at jacks abby for last years framinghammer variants when they had no limits.
Ive been able to keep in MA for my shopping thank god. It honestly scares me (as well as my bank account) to take a road trip up to vermont.
$400+ over two consecutive days at Firestone. Worth it.
Most at once was around $80. I spent $35 recently and only got a four pack and two bombers. And i though i was spending too much haha
I spent $250+ at the Xocoveza Charred/Extra Anejo release....definitely the most I have ever spent. It was worth every penny. Amazing beer...some of which I have drank/saved and some which I have used to trade for Huna/DL/Cake/Coffee Cake/MBCP.
Mine is def a HF/VT trip. The most was when Ann was released. Between HF and Heady/sip/other VT goodies easily topped $500. I try not to think about it. I use it as my vacation!!
562 at Hop City Birmingham
if we include my HS membership, 4-500 a month depending on allocations.
If I trek out to VA Beach, and the wind blows right (read: there's lots of good new stuff in), I could drop 40-50$ at Total Wine there and another 50-60$ at Grape n Gourmet in one trip. That keeps me in beer for a few weeks.
While I didn't pay for them all I still had to haul them home- 50 something bottles at roughly 17$ a piece. Oh the life of being a trustee
DUDE!!!! Myself included, I know a few guys on here that have dropped $1000+ in a weekend beer run to VT
Biggest haul??? Does a Miller High Life in a paper sack count...??
You paid 28 dollars for a 6pack of Hopslam?
Jealous of some of the hauls listed here. My max was ~$150 at the Four Quarters Darkest Heart release this year. Coming in at a close second was the $120 per ticket at the Focal release in April.
I've spent $3000 in 3 days on wine. Beer? Never more than $300.
Yes , it was in a World Market not your usual liquor store. Saw it on the bottom shelf and had to try it with all the hype you know. This beer is one you have to be almost waiting for it when they stock it or call to reserve.
My last VT/Heady Topper run I went through about $250. 2 cases of Heady plus a few other VT brews. I know I'm going to shatter that record in a few weeks when I go back though. I'm better prepared this time and will get what I can.
Spent about $320 at ales unlimited in San Francisco.
About $1000 in a day during last visit to SF. City beer store, RR and TRB...and a wine membership in Santa Rosa :/
Just took a trip to Chicago then Milwaukee. $475 at Binney's Lincoln Park, then $350 at Discount Liquor Milwaukee. Drove through Madison hit a shop there for $100, then down to John's grocery in Iowa City for another $100. Yes, over $1k bottle haul back to KS on a one week trip....
$700 in VT over 3 days.
Just dropped $150 on a case of Supplication.........most I ever dropped at once was over $500.....over a month $1000+
average month $400.......this is for two people drinking and a few to cellar.......
I dont do drugs and I go out only a few times a month and shop at thrift stores for most of my clothes. I can keep making excuses if you want me to.
Most of the beers are not worth the price. Trying to keep to basic beers that I know are good and save a ton of $. Not going too well so far.