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Retail Prices for Bourbon County Stout Coffee & Rye?

Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by darkyellowsky, Dec 23, 2012.

  1. darkyellowsky

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    I was curious as to what the retail prices are for BCS-Coffe and Cherry Rye?
     
  2. Oneinchaway

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    I bought one on Saturday for $19.99 from a regularly retail priced beer shop.
     
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    If you are lucky enough to find it (good luck with that)
    $20 + tax + travel + time
     
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    Retail is $20 but asshole bottle shops were selling either/or for upwards of $40 . But mainly $20-25.
     
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    Was at a bar the other day and was able to get a 12oz to go. $10 - overpriced (I think?), but worth it to give to my dad.
     
  7. Casedogg43

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    That had to be standard BCBS.
    Typically $5 a bottle.
     
  8. InVinoVeritas

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    I think I paid $24 for BCBCRS. However, I was happy to pay that as it was the only bottle the store got.
     
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    $30+ in philly after tax.
     
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    it was $19.99
     
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    I paid $18.99 for Cherry and $11.99 for Coffee... plus gas
     
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    In Rochester NY it ranged from $20.99 to $27.99. The biggest shop who got the most sold it for more! I agree with wagoncircler that the prices are much higher at the big store on limited beers only. That doesn't mean it's a shitty store it just means the owner only has $ on his mind and doesn't care about the beer. The employees have a passion for beer but cannot control the price of the beer but have to deal with the constant criticism.
     
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    $11.99 maybe off the back of a truck...
     
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    Btw, I've seen coffee for $19.99+ tax and I got a Cherry for $27.00, ouch.
     
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    I paid 11.99 plus tax for my Coffee Stout and I saw the Cherry Rye for about 18.99-19.99 plus tax. I should've bought more than one BCBCS but I didn't. Maybe I'll find some tomorrow.
     
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    Cherry Rye was $30 at Beers of the World. 100% markup.
     
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    Nope 27.99. After taxes and deposit yes
     
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    And yes still a ridiculous mark up.
     
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    $19.99 plus tax for BCBCS in CT
     
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    This was about a dollar less per bottle than what I paid in Syracuse
     
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    Pretty incredulous to hear of someone selling these for "fair" prices, if this is indeed fact.
     
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    Yeah, these places hawking them for $30-$40 is pretty nuts.
     
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    If it's any minor consolation, some states got none (that were originally included in the distro range) and include residents that wouldn't hesitate to drop $30-40 for a few bottles.
     
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    Paid $35 for the Cherry at local shop and $25 for Coffee in Philly.
     
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    I paid $22ish for both at one shop in town, then $17 for coffee and $20 for Cherry Rye at the other.
     
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    Man, all bottle shops in Philly should have a courtesy greeter/vaseline luber to prep everyone before they get raped!
     
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    Actually i paid $35 in NJ and $25 in Philly. Sorry forgot to specify that.
     
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    LOL!!!!
     
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    In Philly I paid: Coffee between $14 - $25 The one Cherry Rye I paid $20.
     
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    From what I was expecting to pay, I got a 3rd free.
     
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    Even though the price may be around $20, don't expect to go $4$ in a trade for Cherry Rye; Coffee maybe, but definitely not Cherry. I put out around $40 value on my end to get a single bottle, and I am not complaining. ;)
     
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    Great info. I am looking to trade and I know I have to give up more on my end. I am ok with that.
     
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