So I havent really bought much commercial beers since I started brewing my own in September. I have a Bass clone that will be bottled soon and I thought I'd buy a commercial one and see how they compare in taste. I bought yesterday for $10.49 for a 6 pack (+ deposit) and had it delivered (online supermarket delivers to my house). Today I went to a beer distributor and guess what 12 pack of Bass is $12.99. Sure makes sense to buy it from there and not supermarket.
So while I was in this store I decided to buy some new beers I never tried. Here is what I got:
Weihenstephaner 16oz - hefe - $2.69
Rogue Santas Private Reserve Ale 22oz - $5.99
Youngs Double Chocolate Stout 16oz - $3.89
At the cashier they had a cart full of 12oz beers which were all labeled at 50 cents each so I picked up 2:
Brooklyn Summer Ale
He'brew Genesis Ale
The store has a large selection of beers, I saw so many Belgian stuff - Chimays, lambics which I will try next time. One thing I noticed is that Budweiser has a new kind of swing top bottle. It looks to be more then a litre bottle and I believe its for some kind of promotion.
Old school or the new, doesnt mean a thing if your heart's not true!
Primary: 04/29 Pomegranate Nectarine Apfelwein, 05/23 Petite Saison
Kegs drinking: AHS Midnight Wheaten Stout 03/18 - 04/14 - 04/28,
Kegs conditioning: 01/29 - 04/29 Cranberry Apfelwein, 04/29-05/23 Petite Saison
RIP: 11/07-11/28-01/29-05/04-11/17 Flanders Brown Ale