I think alot of you guys are having trouble of where the line draws with cheap beer so let me help clarify.
number 1 = If you put fruit in it, its not cheap.
Number 2 = most likely if you find it at a bar on tap, its not cheap. (beside the good ol' American domestic)
number 3 = If you say you dont drink cheap beer and you put down the cheapest beer you drink which is still pricey, its not cheap.
number 4 = If its imported, its not cheap.
number 5 = If you dont start a fight, break up with your girlfriend, go home with a paticular class of females when you drink it, its not cheap
number 6= last but not least if anyone else has heard of it, it is not cheap. (not including the true cheap beer; Domestic, PBR, Lost Lakes, Minnesota Brew, Strohs, Steel Reserve (ouch those will get you fightin), etc.
Your welcome future Poster's.... Sorry Michael for putting this on yours I wanted people to see it before they posted another 12$ six pack on here. Happy drinking to all, and salude to you if you can drink expensive beer all the time.
reply to your rebuttal of number 4 - I am sceptical on those prices, tecate can be pricey at liqour stores and there is nothing like a tecate in a ice & lime chilled and salted mexican mug from your local favorite restraunt. Can tecate's are good though on the lake so you have a slight point there.
Reply to your rebuttal on number 6 - I did not forget to add tecate because it does not belong, it is an Americanized import beer sold in every mexican restraunt and is a whole other ball game. Still good I add but not on my list.
And as for your reply on number 5 my good sir, number 5 was merely a joke for cheap beers. If you are drinking beer for the purpose to "feel something" than maybe beers, you should not drink.
(Iv'e never heard of cleaning day beers and i promise if you drink an 8$ 12 pack of 8.1% steel reserves you will go to that thus the joke part of my joke)
I order Yuengling most often. Maybe it's because I'm from PA and it's everywhere, but I really enjoy it. And as for the cheap stuff, sometimes I'll get Lion's Head. It's also from PA and it tastes like a cheaper Yuengling.
Thanks for the reply, its good having a female perspective on this. I've been with her about 5 years so I know about the 'up in arms about every little thing' issue haha.
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