atomeyes wrote:that's 3 sours (if including the gose on the list) for this release.
times, they are a'changing
admviolin wrote:That Lindeman's price is on par with USA from what I remember, it is only 2.5% ABV
ChrisK wrote:that's an impressive price on the Jolly Pumpkin. I do believe their 750s are all priced over $10 in the US. Dare I say this is what happens when Shelton Brothers are cut out of the equation?
The Mick wrote:admviolin wrote:That Lindeman's price is on par with USA from what I remember, it is only 2.5% ABV
Why do we equate the value of a beer to be directly proportional to it's abv? In Ontario this seems to be more prevalent than other places. Maybe it's that we don't get any high quality, low abv beers in the province or maybe it's just the cost associated with brewing a higher abv beer? Several times Ive heard someone say that charging 'x' dollars for a certain beer wouldn't work because the abv isn't high enough.
Just curious if anyone has some ideas on why this is? I mean, I'm all for keeping prices as low as possible for good beer, but it seems skewed to me.
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