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SR 40 for cheap. Other trivial mentions.

- Wed, 07 Aug 2019 06:08:32 EST w7AFm0gG No.282333
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SO, the colorado laws of selling alcohol has changed. One can buy high strength beer in convince stores. Grocery. So, people have not actually caught on to this. I think. Or
have they, by now.

Anyway, SR was selling for $1.25 a 40. That is like cheap. At a convince store.

A case, 12. Would be around, 15 bones. Normally would be around 2.78 to 3 bucks a 40 at a liquor store.

So in my travels, at state parks, etc. People are kinda drunken, (like in the past) happy, but now.

Dude, I left a few things, did you see a beer and a cell phone? Yea, right there. Ohh thanks man.

So troublesome, 3.2 beer does mostly nothing for most. Which is allowed in most parks.
But now, enforcing law for possessing or consuming over 3.2 in some public places seems pretty, umm. Difficult to enforce. I casually mean beer.

Remember cops in the 80s, technology. People used to dump 6% beer into 3.2 cans. To try to fool authorities, and police would check the content. Just and old trick.

Not sure of the long term effects of 'full strength beer being sold at gas stations, convince store, supermarkets. But, it seems, authorities have kinda lowered their authority, rational
of adults drinking higher-test beer.

My overall point is, higher test beer, is over whelming the 3.2 beer market. One can still get coors light, just as well. The law, has taken many years to pass in Colorado. To sell high strength beer in supermarkets. Convince stores. Well see how it goes.

side from SR, ST. Ides if still around is nice.
Cyril Lightwill - Wed, 07 Aug 2019 10:53:51 EST KXKkJs5d No.282334 Reply
1.25 a 40 for steel reserve is crazy cheap.i live in a state with pretty cheap booze and even 10-15 years ago I don't think it was under 2 dollars. Cheapest you see beer around here is like 4.65 for a 6 pack of 16 oz cans. That steel reserve is rot gut but it's the best thing in a pinch. I can't bring myself to drink any hard liquor cheaper than pop ov or evan Williams.
Eliza Tillingdock - Fri, 09 Aug 2019 19:09:04 EST jJkLocK6 No.282357 Reply
Evan Williams, I would take over Jack Daniels. Ezra Brooks as well.
As far as Steel Reserve. I would take over a lot of other malt liquors.
OldE, sucks. Ice 800 is better than SR. So I would pay what 50 cents
more for it. Some stores have $3.00 a 40 of malt liquor and beer
right down the line. SO one is obviously gonna pick one or the
Esther Grimshaw - Sat, 10 Aug 2019 03:59:14 EST Ktx5U+KL No.282361 Reply
I just used to squart a little bit of stank into a tank and that was mostly what got me drank. cops couldnt do shit
Sidney Willerlad - Fri, 16 Aug 2019 21:26:05 EST Yb+yXllU No.282400 Reply
Why. The Fuck. Do you. Type. Like you have. Brain damage.
Fanny Hummlewutch - Sun, 18 Aug 2019 17:44:02 EST eKWmzW8j No.282413 Reply
>shatter proof
>high gravity
what the fuck
embanim - Fri, 23 Aug 2019 05:14:56 EST pyf9nQ/Y No.282454 Reply
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palms are sweaty, knees weak, grammar unsteady
he done accidentally into, moms spaghetti
Biggus Tyrannosaurus - Fri, 23 Aug 2019 06:29:45 EST lbpS3hm7 No.282455 Reply
Sweet dude, UT is changing their alc content in November, but I can't remember what to. Still hyped regardless.
Caroline Fiffingdedge - Sat, 24 Aug 2019 05:43:08 EST avVxRgjX No.282464 Reply
Shatter proof, good idea.
High gravity, yes, is quite common. Your regular beer may have started as high gravity, then often watered down with at least two methods, to suit the consumer and line of beers. Large companies do this.

Often adding coloring, carmel color, flavor, etc with some craft beers.
Basil Follyhall - Sat, 31 Aug 2019 16:25:14 EST VgciEOeP No.282539 Reply
So cheap it comes in a plastic jug.


>it's a FEATURE
Fucking Smallspear - Tue, 03 Sep 2019 19:14:50 EST PaDP+LlP No.282556 Reply
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Seriously, what kind of self-respecting degenerate would ever drink alcohol out of plastic[? Shit's fucked m8. I lost my shit when I first saw beer in a plastic bottle. I didn't know how bad things could get, and we have quite a ways to go before the end, my friend.
Samuel Nubbershit - Wed, 30 Oct 2019 16:46:19 EST e2iP3rUl No.283028 Reply
>Seriously, what kind of self-respecting degenerate would ever drink alcohol
>out of plastic[? Shit's fucked m8. I lost my shit when I first saw beer in a
>plastic bottle.

Plastic in beer containers is nothing new. It's been around since the 70s in the US. I actually find it, in Reserve even better to manage than glass. In the corporate world, it is cheaper to produce, shipping, weight etc.

As for the whiny shatter proof things. Most parks and beaches do not allow glass containers.
Thomas Turveyway - Sun, 03 Nov 2019 04:31:12 EST OENcKR7n No.283060 Reply
>Most parks and beaches do not allow glass containers.
just get a big insulated metal bottle and put your booze in that. no shame, no glass, literally hides booze in plain sight. nobody will even notice you're carrying the thing since they're so common.

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