Anybody know how much Samuel Adams beer costs?

>I have to buy some for a party and I have no clue how much it costs. (I'm > normally more of a miluakee's best type of guy myself.)
Why didn't you ask your brother?
It's about $6 a six pack.
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Butters
"Butters" wrote in news:fhf1bn$jh7$1@aioe.org: > > "Dwayne Austin" wrote in message > news:Xns99E860CFC8A40recsportprowrestling@194.177.96.78... >>I have to buy some for a party and I have no clue how much it costs. (I'm >> normally more of a miluakee's best type of guy myself.) > > Why didn't you ask your brother? What? > > It's about $6 a six pack. > > >
Oh ok. I have to buy like ten six packs, and I thought it was the price of the imported shit.
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Swayne Austin
> I have to buy some for a party and I have no clue how much it costs. (I'm > normally more of a miluakee's best type of guy myself.)
Samuel Jackson's Beer is much better, mutha fucka.
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Scott H
>I have to buy some for a party and I have no clue how much it costs. (I'm >normally more of a miluakee's best type of guy myself.)
I don't know why you have to. All I can say, I hate some of those beers that comes in the sampler. Cranberry, yuck. I can't even buy six packs here. Yes, I drink Milwaukee's Best, and Genny, and Genny Cream Ale. I'm cheap. 30 pack for $13.
greg
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G
> "Butters" wrote in news:fhf1bn$jh7$1@aioe.org: > >> >> "Dwayne Austin" wrote in message >> news:Xns99E860CFC8A40recsportprowrestling@194.177.96.78... >>>I have to buy some for a party and I have no clue how much it costs. (I'm >>> normally more of a miluakee's best type of guy myself.) >> >> Why didn't you ask your brother? > > What? > >> >> It's about $6 a six pack. >> >> >> > > Oh ok. I have to buy like ten six packs, and I thought it was the price of > the imported shit.
Go buy 10 12 packs of Steel Reserve Malt Liquor (about the same price) and get those whitebread peeps TORE UP!
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Butters
>I have to buy some for a party and I have no clue how much it costs. (I'm >normally more of a miluakee's best type of guy myself.)
The price of any beer depends on a lot of factors specific to your locale, e.g., state and local taxes, distributor markup, retailer markup, etc. The only way to know what any particular Samuel Adams branded beer costs (there are a bunch of different ones) is to look at your local retailers.
Or ask your brother. --
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Joel
>> I have to buy some for a party and I have no clue how much it costs. (I'm >> normally more of a miluakee's best type of guy myself.) > > Samuel Jackson's Beer is much better, mutha fucka.
I swear to God, I think Steel Reserve is the basis behind Samuel Jackson's Beer. Three cans and you are lookin' for some hood rats.
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Butters
> I have to buy some for a party and I have no clue how much it costs. (I'm > normally more of a miluakee's best type of guy myself.)
A six pack of bottles: around six dollars. A new car: $15,000-$125,000 New Auto Insurance: $1000-$3500/ six months. The other driver's, passengers' and/OR bystanders' lives: PRICELESS
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Killfile Victim #847238
Previously on rec.food.drink.beer, Killfile Victim #847238 said: > A six pack of bottles: around six dollars. > A new car: $15,000-$125,000 > New Auto Insurance: $1000-$3500/ six months.
Damn... where do you live? I'm paying less than that for an entire year.
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Jeffrey Kaplan
On 11/14/2007 6:31 AM Dwayne Austin ignored two million years of human evolution to write: > I have to buy some for a party and I have no clue how much it costs. So go to a store and look at a price tag, atom brain. > (I'm > normally more of a miluakee's best type of guy myself.)
Sucks to be you.
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>Oh ok. I have to buy like ten six packs, and I thought it was the price of >the imported shit.
Save yourself some money and buy a half or quarter keg. You're buying enough beer.
Phil
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Phil
>> Oh ok. I have to buy like ten six packs, and >> I thought it was the price of the imported shit. No, while some flavored 'shit' is imported, most of the unflavored 'shit' comes from Milwaukee, St. Louis, and Denver. > Save yourself some money and buy a half or quarter > keg. You're buying enough beer.
To save you the time of figuring it out 10 six packs is 5.625 gallons and a quarter keg (which costs less) is 7.875 gallons. For a real party, you need a half keg or 15.75 gallons.
Do not worry about buying too much beer. Invite your friends from alt.beer - we know beer!
Dick
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Dick Adams
> To save you the time of figuring it out 10 six packs is 5.625 gallons > and a quarter keg (which costs less) is 7.875 gallons. For a real > party, you need a half keg or 15.75 gallons.
I'm pretty sure he means 1/4 barrel and 1/2 barrel. A barrel refers to not only a vessel but a volume of 31 gallons (36 gallons in England). Whereas a keg only refers to a vessel.
Cheers, Ralph
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Ralph Summers
> >> To save you the time of figuring it out 10 six packs is 5.625 gallons >> and a quarter keg (which costs less) is 7.875 gallons. For a real >> party, you need a half keg or 15.75 gallons. > > I'm pretty sure he means 1/4 barrel and 1/2 barrel. I think in most regions of the US, it's sorta *understood* that the term "1/4 barrel" is a shorthand expression, meaning "a 1/4 [barrel sized] keg". > Whereas a keg only refers to a vessel.
Not true, originally at least. The term "keg" (at least in 1946's edition of the Master Brewers Assoc. of America's "The Practical Brewer") was defined as: 1/4 barrel = 7 3/4 gallons - "keg" or "quarter". The other sizes (31, 15.5, 3 7/8) were called "Full" "Half" and "Pony" (both the former and latter all but obsolete). Note, too, that "pony" now means "1/4 barrel" in many areas, except Cincinnati, and I still can't figure THAT one out.
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jesskidden
Opps- EDIT- > I think in most regions of the US, it's sorta *understood* that the > term __"1/4 KEG"__ is a shorthand expression, meaning "a 1/4 [barrel > sized] keg".
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jesskidden
> it's sorta *understood* I just find it confusing. > The term "keg" (at least in 1946's > edition of the Master Brewers Assoc. of America's "The Practical > Brewer") was defined as: 1/4 barrel = 7 3/4 gallons - "keg" or > "quarter". The other sizes (31, 15.5, 3 7/8) were called "Full" "Half" > and "Pony" (both the former and latter all but obsolete). Note, too, > that "pony" now means "1/4 barrel" in many areas, except Cincinnati, and > I still can't figure THAT one out.
Huh, you learn something new everyday. I would have thought that would be the other way around. When I hear someone just calling it a "keg" referring to its size I think of a half-barrel. I didn't realize that a Pony was only 3 7/8 gallons, wow. I always thought a pony was a 1/4 barrel.
Cheers, Ralph
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Ralph Summers
> Previously on rec.food.drink.beer, Killfile Victim #847238 said: > > > A six pack of bottles: around six dollars. > > A new car: $15,000-$125,000 > > New Auto Insurance: $1000-$3500/ six months. > > Damn... where do you live? I'm paying less than that for an entire > year. > > -- > Jeffrey Kaplan www.gordol.org > The from userid is killfiled Send personal mail to gordol > > "I never knew you could be so devious, Commander." "Coming from you, > Ambassador, that's a real compliment." (Amb. G'Kar and Cmdr. Sinclair, > B5 "Born to the Purple")
The above rates reflect what one can expect to pay after a drunk- driving accident resulting in one or more deaths and/or injuries. Remember, I'm not an actuary, I just play one in RSPW.
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Killfile Victim #847238
>Brewer") was defined as: 1/4 barrel = 7 3/4 gallons - "keg" or >"quarter". The other sizes (31, 15.5, 3 7/8) were called "Full" "Half" >and "Pony" (both the former and latter all but obsolete). Note, too, >that "pony" now means "1/4 barrel" in many areas, except Cincinnati, and >I still can't figure THAT one out.
When I was in college (Wisconsin), a "pony" was a keg that was smaller than a quarter-barrel-- I don't recall if they were 1/8- or 1/6-barrel. Needless to say, in Wisconsin we didn't see too many poney barrels at parties. --
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Joel
> >>> Oh ok. I have to buy like ten six packs, and >>> I thought it was the price of the imported shit. > > No, while some flavored 'shit' is imported, most > of the unflavored 'shit' comes from Milwaukee, > St. Louis, and Denver. > >> Save yourself some money and buy a half or quarter >> keg. You're buying enough beer. > > To save you the time of figuring it out 10 six packs > is 5.625 gallons and a quarter keg (which costs less) > is 7.875 gallons. For a real party, you need a half > keg or 15.75 gallons. > > Do not worry about buying too much beer. > Invite your friends from alt.beer - we know beer!
Around these parts whenever anybody gets a keg for a party you can pretty much bank on them having a "Kill the Keg" party the week afterwards.
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