What do you consider a good "cheapie" option for a craft bar to serve?

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  1. sketchpunx

    sketchpunx Initiate (0) Sep 4, 2008 New York

    Hard to find a real craft option for less than 6......
    session or porkslap maybe, but I'm not a big fan of the latter.
  2. Affini7y

    Affini7y Initiate (0) Jan 2, 2013 Pennsylvania

    That seems absurd, that stuff is $13.66 for a 30 pack around here..
  3. SkippyChop

    SkippyChop Initiate (64) Jan 31, 2013 Wisconsin
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    Tyrennena's Rocky's Revenge for something darker & somewhat barrel aged and New Glarus Moon Man for something lighter/hoppier. Both at much lower price points than what I've been buying lately.
  4. Spaghett

    Spaghett Initiate (0) Oct 27, 2011 California

    Craft brews on tap are hard to come by in my town. There is but one place in town that has about 15 taps that they occasionally switch up. They just recently opened and they make dank-ass pizza too. Anyhow, they serve brews such as, Old Rasputin (the proper way mind you), Arrogant Bastard, Death and Taxes, a couple Lagunitas, Green Flash IPA, etc., all for a set price of $5.50 and 4 bones during "Hoppy Hour"(very original). Anyway I feel for that selection, those are more than reasonable prices. Which why it is a frequent location for my lunch break at work...I can fuggin walk there!!! It's literally a block down!!! GIT DRUNK!
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