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What's your favorite 'cheap' beer?

Discussion in 'Social Life, Food & Drink, Travel' started by Soph, Nov 25, 2006.

  1. Allen

    Allen Well-Known Member

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    I don't know what you would define as cheap, but one of my favourite beers is Tuborg. It's 1$ a bottle though.
     
  2. Merlino

    Merlino Well-Known Member

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    Hertog Jan, around $.50/bottle here in The Netherlands. Same style lager as Heineken, but MUCH better imo.

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  3. latkaguy

    latkaguy Well-Known Member

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    In my grad student days in NYC, when I was at my poorest, I would buy Canadian Ace -- 85 cents for an oversized bottle. Tasted amazingly like chilled dishwater, but it did contain alcohol.

    Later on, my budget tipple was Gennessee Cream Ale, which actually wasn't bad for the money, and unlike cheap lagers, actually had some taste. Now that I work for a living, I am partial to ales from Fuller's in the UK. My fave is their 1845, but am also fond of their Vintage Ale that comes out here before Xmas.
     
  4. Egert

    Egert Well-Known Member

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    [​IMG] retails less than € per bottle here [​IMG]
     
  5. changy

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    No love for Natty Ice?
     
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    I live near St. Louis so anheuser busch poducts are generally the default.

    If im not drinking to change my mental state then Kilians it is.
     
  8. socialdtk

    socialdtk Well-Known Member

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    Sweetwater IPA sells for $7.50 a six pack around here, so lately its been my go to session beer. My next choice when price is an issue is anything by Highland Brewing Company out of Asheville, NC. Their Black Mocha Stout, Gaelic Ale and Oatmeal Porter are all great beers at the $7-$8 range.
     
  9. cptjeff

    cptjeff Well-Known Member

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    No love for Natty Ice?
    Well, if you're looking for something to distill in an illicit still, it's priced well. Also, Yuengling Porter is a pretty good bang for the buck. Local corner store had it in stock, and I figured if it was made to the same standards as the lager, it and I would get along just fine.
     
  10. akatsuki

    akatsuki Well-Known Member

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    Yuengling.

    And Schlitz for pseudo-hipster posing.
     
  11. whiteslashasian

    whiteslashasian Well-Known Member

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    Yuengling.

    And Schlitz for pseudo-hipster posing.


    I fucking love me some Yuengling; it's my go-to cheap beer. The bars back home regularly have it for only $2 a draft.
     
  12. jgold47

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    Highlife Light.
     
  13. Spats

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    Buckhorn. .99 for six. Better check the calendar, though. [​IMG]
     
  14. dsgNYC

    dsgNYC Well-Known Member

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    I fucking love me some Yuengling; it's my go-to cheap beer. The bars back home regularly have it for only $2 a draft.

    Usually lager is my go-to cheap beer choice but lately I've been really into the Black & Tan. Give it a try if you haven't already.
     
  15. whiteslashasian

    whiteslashasian Well-Known Member

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    Usually lager is my go-to cheap beer choice but lately I've been really into the Black & Tan. Give it a try if you haven't already.

    I'll go back and forth between the lager and B&T during the colder months. Very tasty either way.
     
  16. sidamo

    sidamo Well-Known Member

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    Black & Tan drafts are awesome
     
  17. acularw

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    Michelob Golden Draft Light. Sold only in Minnesota, Western Wisconsin, and parts of Iowa/Dakotas.
     
  18. fried_eggs

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    Love that stuff, we have it here in IL, except they took the ridges off the cans!
     
  19. acularw

    acularw Well-Known Member

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    Love that stuff, we have it here in IL, except they took the ridges off the cans!

    Never seen it in Chicago though. Every time I tried ordering it when out at bars after last year's lollapalooza I got blank stares or someone tried to force Mich Ultra on me [​IMG]
     
  20. rvan

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    miller high life
     

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