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Old 12-10-2009, 01:10 AM   #1
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FYI for any HBTers going to Costco soon, but I saw cases of Sierra Nevada Celebration Ale at an LA-area store for $22.99.



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Old 12-10-2009, 01:51 AM   #2
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My local Bevmo has Celebration for $12.99/12 pak. That's a good deal IMO



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I've been buying these for about a month. The Pale Ale is $23.99. It's an easy choice.

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I need a Costco membership. At less than $1 a beer, that's a great price for a great everyday beer.

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Hmm, I'll check this week

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Old 12-10-2009, 03:48 AM   #6
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I wish my Costco had Jubelale. They had it last year! They did have Bud Light in speaker boxes.

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I wish my Costco had Jubelale. They had it last year! They did have Bud Light in speaker boxes.

Wow I tried the dechutes jubelale ....did not like it, and I was actually sad that I did not like it...I supose my taste in beer does not line up with some others.
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They have Jubelale at mine for about that price. They had Snow Cap too.

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I thought this year's Celebration was all around somewhat lacking. I'm glad I didn't buy a case.

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Wow, this year's Celebration (in the bottle) is my favorite current beer. And the current Jubelale was disappointing in the bottle, but on tap is delicious. To each his own, I guess.



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