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What did you pay for BCBCS and Cherry Rye?

Discussion in 'New England' started by xanok, Jan 24, 2013.

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  1. xanok

    xanok Disciple (369) Aug 13, 2009 Connecticut
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    A few weeks ago when I snagged a bottle of BCBCS, I paid a fair $15. Today when I got two bottles of the Cherry Rye, the total was $46!

    How bout you guys?
     
  2. vonnegut21

    vonnegut21 Initiate (0) Apr 27, 2012 New York
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    $12 a bottle for BCBCS and ~$20 a bottle for Cherry Rye at two different locations.
     
  3. pjl44

    pjl44 Initiate (0) Oct 3, 2008 Massachusetts

    20 for both
     
  4. firedwarftj

    firedwarftj Initiate (0) Jan 6, 2011 Connecticut
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    I know that a package store (in CT) I go to on a regular basis paid 169 a case for the Cherry Rye, which is just over 14 a bottle cost to them, they normally charge a 25% markup or so, so that bumps it up to just about 18, they were selling it at 19.99 per corporate level management decision, they got 18.99 for the coffee
     
  5. DrWangerBanger

    DrWangerBanger Initiate (0) Sep 9, 2010 Connecticut

    Got cherry for $20 in NY
     
  6. Gmr75

    Gmr75 Aspirant (244) Apr 30, 2002 Connecticut
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    $17.99 for Coffee, $19.99 for Cherry
     
  7. Brez07

    Brez07 Initiate (0) Sep 29, 2009 Maine

    Hahaha, to me this just reads "because they could"

    Paid $18 for Coffee and $20 for Cherry
     
  8. xanok

    xanok Disciple (369) Aug 13, 2009 Connecticut
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    $12? Awesome.
     
  9. jaIsPoAn

    jaIsPoAn Initiate (0) Aug 1, 2012 New York

    Coffee $23 cherry$27
     
  10. CharlatanSin

    CharlatanSin Zealot (513) May 28, 2009 Connecticut
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    $20 for Cherry in CT. Shut out on Coffee.
     
  11. firedwarftj

    firedwarftj Initiate (0) Jan 6, 2011 Connecticut
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    Most def, the store was gonna 18.99 till a manager in a higher office said you will sell it at 19.99, the beer guy at the store prefers lower prices cause he buys and enjoys good beer himself
     
  12. seplo

    seplo Disciple (376) Sep 8, 2009 Connecticut
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    13.99 for BCBCS and 19.99 for Cherry Rye
     
  13. Horbar

    Horbar Zealot (560) Feb 24, 2012 Rhode Island

    13.99 Coffee 15.99 Cherry
     
  14. xanok

    xanok Disciple (369) Aug 13, 2009 Connecticut
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    This is why there should be a "dislike" button.
     
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  15. HopsHopenstein

    HopsHopenstein Initiate (0) Sep 4, 2011 Connecticut
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    $18.99 for coffee and $19.99 for Cherry Rye has been the going rate in Southeastern CT. Wish I would have done a little shopping around would have drove a ways to get coffee for $12 -$13. My beer budget has gone to shit lately, with all this great beer coming out.
     
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  16. xanok

    xanok Disciple (369) Aug 13, 2009 Connecticut
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    I feel ya man. CT used to be a piss poor beer state. In the past month, I've dropped cash on a half case of BA IST, a few four packs of founders RIS, three bottles of regular IST, 3 four-packs of BCBS, a bottle of BCBCS and CRBCS, and 2 bottles of Blacks Ops. I love being able to buy all this stuff and sharing it with all my friends, but holy shit, I wish these releases were a little farther apart.

    Edit: Oh, and Nugget Nectar is going to be out in Mass in like a week.
     
  17. HopsHopenstein

    HopsHopenstein Initiate (0) Sep 4, 2011 Connecticut
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    Shit for got all about the $100 case of BA IST. Im way beyond budget this month. Im hoping EBF and Night of Barrels will fill my beer urges for Feb. Prob just make it worse :wink:
     
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  18. jaIsPoAn

    jaIsPoAn Initiate (0) Aug 1, 2012 New York

    Lol perfect example right
     
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  19. ubufan2112

    ubufan2112 Disciple (352) Sep 19, 2003 Connecticut
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    Can anyone please list stores in CT where they found the Cherry, and when they purchased it. Thanks
     
  20. LambAndTunaPhish

    LambAndTunaPhish Initiate (162) Nov 16, 2012 Connecticut
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  21. ubufan2112

    ubufan2112 Disciple (352) Sep 19, 2003 Connecticut
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  22. pjl44

    pjl44 Initiate (0) Oct 3, 2008 Massachusetts

    Yup...it's definitely winter. "What have you got in the fridge?" "Stout, stout, stout, stout, barrel-aged stout, stout..."
     
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  23. hogansct

    hogansct Initiate (0) Jan 7, 2011 Rhode Island

    $20 for each
     
  24. jderosia603

    jderosia603 Initiate (0) Jul 17, 2012 New Hampshire

    $12.99 for BCBCS. Got two.
     
  25. Haywire

    Haywire Initiate (0) Sep 25, 2012 California
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    Paid $20 a piece at my local beer store. I was fortunate too. I bought the last bottle of each. Glad they didn't price gouge me.
     
  26. jderosia603

    jderosia603 Initiate (0) Jul 17, 2012 New Hampshire

    $24.99 for a Cherry Rye today.
     
  27. smutty33

    smutty33 Zealot (594) Jun 12, 2009 Connecticut
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    $17.99 for Cherry Rye......
    $13.99 for Coffee.......

    Cheers
     
  28. garfscores

    garfscores Aspirant (270) Dec 1, 2012 Connecticut
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    12.49 coffee, 18.99 cherry rye
     
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