Chimneyfish wrote:A fifth of Beam and a 12 pack of Steel Reserve would come out to right around $20 with tax.
DeeboCools wrote:Really? Where are you? 1980?
TheBigCasino wrote:Handle of Evan.
Done. You're welcome.
Chimneyfish wrote:DeeboCools wrote:Really? Where are you? 1980?
Beam is $11 before tax and Steeley 12pks are $7something before tax. It'd be pushing it, but not by more than about a buck or so. For the sake of science I'll go buy this combo to find out exactly.
I've discovered through these forums that liquor is apparently the one thing that's cheaper here than it is most other places. I think it's because we don't have any of those retarded laws about who can sell what when or whatever so booze is sold everywhere which keeps it cheap. When I worked at a liquor store we used to sell our kegs for literally a $5 margin between wholesale and retail price. Ice and cups were marked way the hell up, however.
peetie44 wrote:Here in Belgium, if I had €20 in my pocket and wanted to balance reasonable-quality/bang-for-the-buck, I'd hit the local Delhaize supermarket and get a 700ml of Beam White (@€16 and change/40%abv) and a 4x33cl-pak of "Angel", the chain's Duvel knock-off (@€3.00/8.5%abv).
You'd have to nurse those 4 beers but that's easy enough to do, given their abv.
BBoozer wrote:@Lidl, they have great Chardonnay for 2.5 € a bottle. So I'd buy me eight bottles of Chardonnay. That'll make a nice weekend.
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