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Old 01-14-2009, 10:54 PM   #31
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+1 on the Bud American Ale. The beer is not bad and the bottles are really nice! Pretty heavy and beautiful design. I'm going to pick up a case for the bottles alone.
I tried a pint of this earlier today. I was pretty impressed, it tasted like the Brewers Best American Amber I made last year. It had a nice color, good head retention and it had a very nice blend of mild hops mixed with mild maltiness. I normally wouldn't go near anything from Budwieser but I've been interested in their move toward producing better brews because of the micro brew influence. I'd give it an A. I'd give it an A+ if I thought I could find a case for $15.00! HA HA HA!

 
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Old 01-14-2009, 11:01 PM   #32
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15 for a sixer **** cali is nice, most sixers are under 10, minus some specials like dogfish(4bottles for 12). Stone ruination at the corner liqour is 4.75 for a 22oz.

 
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Old 01-14-2009, 11:18 PM   #33
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It's not a case, but half...my local grocery has been keeping stock of a Sam Adams Brewmaster series - 2 Black Lagers, 2 Honey Porters, and 2 Irish Reds, for around $7.50. I'm not a huge fan of the Irish Reds but I have a man-love going with the other two. For $15, you get 12 enjoyable brews.

And to you folks paying $5/6 a sixer for Bud American Ale.....BLOW ME. The one place in town that has it is charging $7.95 for it. If I get it on the way home I can save a buck, but that's still pushing it. A/B throws a fairly decent product out there and the administrators of my beer desert wanna take me to the cleaners with it

 
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Old 01-15-2009, 12:52 AM   #34
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I paid over $15 for one bottle of this: Morimoto Imperial Pilsner - Rogue Ales Brewery / Brewer's on the Bay - BeerAdvocate
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Old 01-15-2009, 12:58 AM   #35
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up here in NY, yuengling is 14.50 a case. My fav. cheap beer.

 
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Old 01-15-2009, 01:32 AM   #36
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up here in NY, yuengling is 14.50 a case. My fav. cheap beer.
yup, same in NJ for the lager and the black and tan. They have some others that are usually cheaper.

 
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Old 01-15-2009, 02:48 AM   #37
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You're in PA. Can you just go buy a 6pack, or are they still Full-case-only?

You're in the 'burgh. IC Light! If you can't stomach that, see if you can find "Old German" beer by Pittsburgh Brewing. In college it was $10.75 a case for returnable 16 oz bottles.

Pitt Brewery also put out a beer called "JJ Wainwrights" Last time I saw it I paid $2.99 a 12 pack. Yes, $.25 per beer. I bought all they had, and haven't seen it anywhere before. On the bottom of the box it said "brewed for Giant Eagle"

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Old 01-15-2009, 06:21 PM   #38
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This thread really has not helped the OP much IMO. He said he needs a case- that is PA law, so saying 6, 4, 12 packs are not helping.

As stated above, suck it up and buy some your Yuengling of choice; my distributors in town normally have them right around $15-16 a case.
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Old 01-15-2009, 08:15 PM   #39
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I thoroughly disagree with this thread....
I am sort of agreeing with you there. Something just seems weird about it.
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Old 01-15-2009, 08:46 PM   #40
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This thread really has not helped the OP much IMO. He said he needs a case- that is PA law, so saying 6, 4, 12 packs are not helping.

As stated above, suck it up and buy some your Yuengling of choice; my distributors in town normally have them right around $15-16 a case.
Your right. I'll have to look into the yuengling beers. I just hope I pick up something with some flavor. I'm pretty sure I tried their lager and It was just fizzy yellow plain beer. Any suggestions?

 
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