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Stewarts gas stations (no judgment now) has started their own beer line. $2.38 for six tall boys.
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I'm going to guess its a private label Keystone Light.

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I can't believe Genesee is still in business. Have great memory of their stuff when I was visiting friends in upstate colleges way back when.    

 

Can't beat the price. Keep it real cold and it'll be fine. :D

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Such garbage shouldn't be brought over the Vermont border. We have standards.
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Vail would sell those for $12 a can.

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Such garbage shouldn't be brought over the Vermont border. We have standards.

I must of been having a weak moment, I am in training for the Vermont 50 and have not had a beer in about 10 weeks..... I'm stockpiling for the afternoon of the 27th!
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What does that stuff have to do with beer?
post #8 of 14

Bud Cans. Ideally 8 oz'ers

 

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Stewarts gas stations (no judgment now) has started their own beer line. $2.38 for six tall boys.

 

 

I've sometimes wondered why beer companies don't sell six packs of quarts or 40s..

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Stewarts gas stations (no judgment now) has started their own beer line. $2.38 for six tall boys.

 

 

I've sometimes wondered why beer companies don't sell six packs of quarts or 40s..

It has to do with different state laws. Penna for example, you cannot buy more than 144oz at a bar for take out. Now that could have changed but there are some wacky state laws. 

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I'm amazed PBR hasn't been mentioned yet
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It has to do with different state laws. Penna for example, you cannot buy more than 144oz at a bar for take out. Now that could have changed but there are some wacky state laws. 


But why couldn't states that sell cases of 24 12 oz beers sell a six pack of 36 oz beers?:dunno   Six  quarts is the equivalent of 18 12 oz beers isn't it?

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It has to do with different state laws. Penna for example, you cannot buy more than 144oz at a bar for take out. Now that could have changed but there are some wacky state laws. 


But why couldn't states that sell cases of 24 12 oz beers sell a six pack of 36 oz beers?:dunno

Dunno. Maybe you got something that their $100M marketing departments missed. Look at the guy who invented the upside down Catsup bottle...he gets $1M in royalties every year just from Heinz. 

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Rode the lift with a dude who was skiing around with a full glass growler in his jacket. 

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