Most you've spend on a 4 pack?

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  1. surge1311

    surge1311 Initiate (185) Oct 10, 2012 Rhode Island
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    $29.99 world wide stout
  2. Pinche_Oso

    Pinche_Oso Initiate (0) Jun 25, 2012 California
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    $21 Cuvee Des Jacobins Rouge.
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  3. DaveBlack

    DaveBlack Defender (646) Dec 19, 2009 Virginia

    $22 on Troubadour Magma.

    Not worth it.
  4. CSQ1111

    CSQ1111 Devotee (409) Jan 10, 2010 Kentucky

    $24 for KBS and I would gladly do it again & again. The $18 on Dogfish Head 120 Minute IPA? Well, that's a different story. Let me get back to you a year from now after they have been in the cellar for a while...
  5. canadianghetto

    canadianghetto Initiate (0) Oct 15, 2011 Texas
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    "4-pack" of Uncle Jacobs $44
  6. Jparkanzky

    Jparkanzky Initiate (0) Apr 5, 2011 Ohio

    $48 for Collage #1, although, then again, I bought an 8-pack of them really....
  7. TheJollyHop

    TheJollyHop Initiate (0) Sep 2, 2009 California

    4-pack Silva Stout $16 from the brewery.
  8. whendeathsleeps

    whendeathsleeps Initiate (0) Nov 5, 2011 Indiana

    $23.99 Chimay Blue
  9. duobob

    duobob Aspirant (246) Oct 10, 2012 Illinois
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    $24+ tax for 2012 BCBS yesterday
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  10. stealth

    stealth Defender (607) Dec 16, 2011 Minnesota
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  11. Dan3279

    Dan3279 Initiate (0) Dec 21, 2010 Ohio

    $40 for DFH 120 min
  12. Schwerzpunkt

    Schwerzpunkt Initiate (0) Oct 9, 2012

    Just last night, I spent $16.00 on Backwoods Bastard.
  13. BeerFan

    BeerFan Initiate (138) Feb 11, 2003 New Jersey
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    Buying 4 singles really does not count as a 4-pack! It's 4 beers, not a 4-pack.
  14. ao125

    ao125 Initiate (0) Dec 1, 2010 Virginia

    If time = money, I've definitely spent more time trying to acquire a rare 4-pack than I have in terms of actual cash.

    Though for cash, most recently I spent $30 on a 4-pack of 2008 Thomas Hardy
  15. BigCheese

    BigCheese Initiate (0) Jul 4, 2009 Massachusetts

    I quite recently bought Double Jack for $13 with deposit and tax. Was worth it, though I'll probably buy/try a lot of other different things before buying again. Hoptimum is probably better "bang for the buck".
  16. MagillaGriller

    MagillaGriller Initiate (0) Aug 20, 2012

  17. TotallyHosed

    TotallyHosed Disciple (321) Jun 20, 2009 Illinois
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    $50+ for a 4pk of Cantillon Rose
  18. ahefner33

    ahefner33 Initiate (0) Mar 21, 2012 Georgia

    $17 for Palo Santo Marron
  19. seplo

    seplo Disciple (376) Sep 8, 2009 Connecticut
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    A couple of yrs ago i was in NYC and got BCBS at a Whole Foods but they didnt sell 4 pks so it was $6 a btl, so i spent $24 on a 4 pk, but i acutually bought 6 of them....CHEERS
  20. Jae9979

    Jae9979 Initiate (0) Sep 23, 2012 New York
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    $16.99 for a 4 pack of Great Divide Yeti
  21. jettjon

    jettjon Meyvn (1,062) Jun 3, 2005 Florida

    I remember paying around 16-17 for Samichlaus, though I doubt you can get it for that anymore.
  22. FlakyBiscuit

    FlakyBiscuit Initiate (0) Sep 11, 2012 Pennsylvania

    39.99 for 120min
  23. Jfriz25

    Jfriz25 Initiate (150) Jun 8, 2012 Wisconsin
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    $40+lube for a 4 pk of KBS this year.
  24. nrs207

    nrs207 Defender (687) Sep 8, 2011 Pennsylvania
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    Good old Pennsylvania. Only way I could find BCBS was $30 a 4 pack.
  25. SFACRKnight

    SFACRKnight Meyvn (1,066) Jan 20, 2012 Colorado
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    worth every cent, wasn't it?

    4 pack of odio equum, 48$
  26. BlueRogue

    BlueRogue Disciple (342) May 1, 2011 Maine

    $28 for DFH WWS and 120 Minute
  27. kingofhop

    kingofhop Initiate (0) May 9, 2010 Oklahoma

    You gotta look at this optimistically . 15 bucks for Hoptimum 4 pk, give a dollar or so for tax. Rounds out roughly to 4 bucks a 12 oz bottle, for a great, superbly nice sippin' DIPA. Compare it to a Bud Lite @ 6 bucx or more at the local AAA minor league baseball game. Not such a bad deal.
  28. hara94

    hara94 Initiate (141) Apr 15, 2012 Minnesota
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    $36 for WWS
  29. HarrySTruman

    HarrySTruman Initiate (0) May 16, 2012 Michigan

    I paid the same for it in my area as well. I figured there was a chance I could save 3-4 dollars elswhere, but there was a better chance that if I went elsewhere that I wouldn't find it. I only treat myself to beer this expensive once every 2 months, so wth.
  30. Marti403

    Marti403 Disciple (328) Jul 23, 2011 Michigan
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    $28 for Kuhnhenn stuff
  31. theHoff77

    theHoff77 Initiate (0) Aug 1, 2012 Minnesota

    I paid $13.50 for Backwoods Bastard yesterday. Pretty good deal considering what some of you had to pay, but I think that was the most I've spent on a 4pk of 12oz bottles so far. I have BCBS on reserve though, which hasn't hit the Twin Cities yet.

    For a 4pk of 16oz cans I paid $15.99 for Wet, and I'll probably spend more on Abrasive.
  32. UCLABrewN84

    UCLABrewN84 Poo-Bah (12,199) Mar 18, 2010 California

    $100 for a "4 pack" of Churchill's Finest Hour. :sunglasses:
  33. deathevocation

    deathevocation Initiate (0) Nov 7, 2008 Australia

    More like the government. We get taxed very heavily in Australia.
  34. dennis3951

    dennis3951 Crusader (770) Mar 6, 2008 New Jersey
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    $21.99 plus tax for BCBS $$$ well spent
  35. Kadonny

    Kadonny Meyvn (1,235) Sep 5, 2007 Pennsylvania
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    Yup, $ 24.99 for BCBS and I was glad to pay it. In fact, I picked up 2 four packs :wink:
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