See ya sixer?

Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by Uniobrew31, Feb 8, 2013.

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  1. Blueribbon666

    Blueribbon666 Zealot (596) Jul 4, 2008 Ohio

    WOOHOO...an improvement on the four pack, the I WANT MORE-PACK.
     
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  2. Brandywine

    Brandywine Initiate (0) Aug 20, 2012 Washington

    I agree. I get bored with 6 packs and always end up having extras lying around.
     
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  3. ThirstyFace

    ThirstyFace Initiate (0) Jan 11, 2013 New York

    Bigfoot prices increased this year. The brewer admitted this to the public.
     
  4. keithmurray

    keithmurray Meyvn (1,066) Oct 7, 2009 New York

    It is dishonest when they charge the same for a 4pk this year that they charged for a 6er last year. Clear case of them fucking the customer. I don't go for that
     
  5. Prh27

    Prh27 Initiate (0) Apr 24, 2012 Virginia

    Definitely agree. A prime example is Sculpin. Six packs are $16 while a bomber is $10.
     
  6. Raime

    Raime Meyvn (1,175) Jun 4, 2012 Michigan
    Beer Trader

    I agree with the bomber thing. I typically only drink and review one time a week. I have a bomber of Big Bad Baptist sitting in my fridge and I've been wanting to open it but I typically shoot for 6 or 7 beers every time I review and I don't want to be too shitfaced by the time I get done. 22 ounces of an 11.8% Stout isn't exactly a little.
     
  7. fmccormi

    fmccormi Meyvn (1,272) Oct 24, 2010 New York
    Beer Trader

    Okay . . . did you read my post? What I was saying that the issue is the pricing concern, not the actual format. I think you were unwittingly agreeing with me.
     
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