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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by bkov33, Jul 23, 2012.
Santa Fe's Chicken Killer barleywine for $5 / bomber
All trappists (except the Westvleteren) for $2 a piece.
I'd say Descutes Black Butte Porter for $2.79 a bomber, their Inversion IPA, Black Butte or Obsidian for around $7.99 a six or one of my favorite locals San Tan Brewing Hopshock IPA or Devil's Ale for around $9 a six. I usually lean towards San Tan for my bargain beers. Unfortunately, I don't buy "bargain" often enough...
I'm with you... i don't buy bargain enough... i've been trying really hard the past 3 months to really watch how much i spend on beer though. It's been working. buying twelve packs helps keep $/oz down for sure. Also, a dabbling bourbon habit also keeps cost down if you don't buy anything top shelf
My problem is I decided to "dabble" more in hard liquor and landed on Scotch. $50 is around average for a bottle there, but luckily that $50 can last me many months (my last purchase, Aberlour A'dunadh, was in July I believe and is still around 60% full)
I still haven't picked up scotch or even really developed a palate for it. I landed on bourbon and so far the most expensive bottle i've left the liquor store with was $60. And i felt guilty for a week... decent bourbon is about $26-30 a bottle, and lasts me about three weeks give or take.
In BC there are no bargains to be had but Lagunitas and Bear Republic have the best pricing on US bombers at around $6.15 to 6.99 a beer. In the US I often pick up a 12 pack of Full Sail Session Dark lager for about $11.
I tried Scotch once when I was about 19 and it was the most god awful thing I had ever imbibed. However, now that I have developed a palate for more malty beers (like browns, scotch ales, barleywines [not the US-super-hopped ones], etc) I find I can appreciate Scotch much more. I haven't had a ton though, so I don't consider myself nearly as educated as I am with beer. I have only had Glenfiddich 15 Year, Johnnie Walker Blue and Aberlour A'bunadh. I hate to say it but the Blue (retail around $300 per bottle, but my friend got it through the USAF Commisary for around $160) was definitley the best I have had. Glenfiddich follows in 2nd. The Aberlour is good but at 59.8%, its a bit strong for my tastes.
The cheapest bomber mentioned in this thread was 3.50 and that works out to over 14.00 for equivalent 6 pack of 12 oz.'ers. Bombers can pretty much never be the answer to bargain beer.
Around here can't beat 9.00 for a six of Captain Lawrence Captain's Kolsch.
My favorite bargain beer so far is Sixpoint Diesel. The 16 oz. cans were $0.99 or $3.79 a four pack. I stocked up and drank them regularly for months. Too bad they are seasonal, but it should be that time of year soon.
A 30-pack of Hamm's for $12.99. Boom. It does nicely as my bulk summer/lake beer.
Boulevard sixers are usually $6 to $7 here, which is about the best craft beer margin in the area.
sounds like i should move. you guys are quoting some killer prices.
Best tasting bargain beer: Anything Lagunitas
Other good bargain beer: Anything from Trader Joe's
New Belgium bombers for 3 bucks. Their IPA, fat tire, and red hoptober are all great for the price. I have never seen half these beers at the prices you guys are getting them. A six pack of anything around here is at minimum 10 bucks.
Or 4 pack as in old Rasputins case.
Sun King Osiris Growler fills on Friday.
Deschutes' 6-packs at 7.99. Any of them will do.
I live in Maryland, where the words "beer" and "bargain" go together like oil and water, but getting a 12 pack of Yuengling for $10 satiates me well enough.
as of right now i can get narragansett lager for 4.50 a sixer of 16oz. Best deal evvaarrr.
...and as stated above you cant go wrong with a 12 pack of yeungling for 10 bucks or especially the loose 24 case for 15.
I'm all about the Sierra Nevada 12-packs. I live in what I'd say is a state with a moderate price for beer (Florida), and 13 bucks for a twelve of Torpedo is a miracle.
When Celebration comes out in a month or so, it'll be more than a miracle. There's going to be so much Celebration in my fridge. SO MUCH.
Cigar City Maduro sixers for 8 bucks isn't a bad deal by any means at all either.
30 pack of Genny Cream for 14.99
12-pack of torpedo for $10.99? Thats a gonga deal!
Any time I can find Founders sixers for less than $10 I consider that a bargain. Besides that, the closest thing I generally get to bargain is if the Co-Op or the Tops has a seasonal six of something on sale or if I'm buying cider.
Yuengling Black and Tan......8.99 a 12 pack!
Two Heart Ale gets my vote
Lots of craft beer in The Philippines. Check out Beers Paradise in Makati, Craft Pub in The Fort or The Bottle Shop just to name a few. Global Beer Exchange imports Rogue, Stone, Gordon Biersch, Ballast Point, BrewDog, Unibroue and others and are distributed to over 100 places around Manila. Local brews include GPoint Bar in Malate, Katipunan Craft Ales... Another great spot is Gilmore Wines and Spirits with a great import selection including Sam Adams. Cheers!
Widmer Rotator IPA - case for $24.99
Any sixer under $7.99 is a steal in my city, but there's not anything other than Boulevard Pilsner for less than that. I consider bargain beer Hamms or Coors Extra Gold. Otherwise there's not really a Golden Ticket where I live.
Pac NW so Deschutes, Sierra, New Belgium, also an
excellent IPA bomber Goodlife Descendr only $4 , Try it!
I don't know if anyone said it but founders breakfast stout is about to be $10-$12 a six pack. $40 for a case of FBS yes please!
$10 a 6 pack?
Its $11 a 4 pack in my area.
It's been said they are keeping the price and moving to a sixer. So soon it should be $11 for a six pack for you. Unless the store has other plans.
You just made my day!
Thomas Creek X-Trem IPA. $8.99 a 4 pack of 12.5% abv. This deal doesn't get any love
It's on founders website, so I recant my "it's been said" and say "it's confirmed that"
SNPA even at $8.49 a 6 pack, it's a better deal than a 12 pacy of PBR for $9.99!
Narragansett Lager $5.99 for a 6 pack of 16 oz'ers. Or SNPA 12 pack/$12.99
Sun King Wee Mac
6 pack of Sierra Nevada Torpedo for $7.99 is a steal because it tastes very similar to Stone Ruination which goes for $17.99 for a 6 pack!
black boss porter is pretty reasonable. can't recall what I paid.