2 Corinthians 5:21
Did PBR chnage their recipe? I heard it was nasty malt liquer now, but that might be another label.
Favorite cheap brew is Tecate, although it's getting more expensive as it's being marketed as an "import" now.
Yuengling Lager is my go to. Miller High Life is my favorite "cheap" beer. It's also about the lightest thing I'll drink.
Relax, don't worry, have a homebrew, as they say. I like what I make too, more than what I buy at twice the price. However, if I have to choose an inexpensive commercial, it would be Yeungling Chesterfield ale, in a can. Cans rock!
I rediscovered last year's summer beer!!! Stopping by my favorite liquor store, I saw they have Yuengling Premium Beer for $14/case. I'll have to stock up when my cooler full of Busch runs out.
I agree. Yeungling Premium is a good "lawn mower" beer. I prefer it to Yeungling Lager.
Extra Gold in cans.
Busch in a cooler full of ice. Great beach beer.
I keep the Veg in Vegetal.
Hey Mabel, Black Label!
When I'm not drinking homebrew it's Lone Star all the way.
Yeungling Lager for me in the cans. $19 for a case is plenty cheap for me.
Progress, Labs/Astra SP, Semogue 1520, Tabac, Palmolive, Speick, Arlington, MWF, Arko.
Miller Lite, especially in hot weather. Ice cold, with a squeeze of lime in it, good thirst quencher.
Banned for Life from "Over There"... TWICE!
Genesee Bock beer when it's available. It's something like $6 per 12 pack and is actually pretty decent, especially for the price.
One of my friend's says life's too short to drink cheap beer. And for the most part I agree. However when I disagree there's nothing finer than a Shiner.
Tell him, "Life's too short for platitudes."
I keep the Veg in Vegetal.
I'm a big fan of Yuengling Lager when I'm not experimenting with the high-priced "craft beers." It's good stuff, inexpensive, and locally-brewed! (Pottsville, PA)
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[QUOTE=Kilroy08;4115100]What's everyone's preferred cheap beers?
I don't know about you, but I've seen Corona, Yuengling, Shiner Bock, etc. listed and that doesn't excactly fit the description "Cheap"...
Schaefer Light. $2.50/6 pack. No brainer! Of course a PBR Tall boy is a winner too...
Mmmm Schaefer. The beer to have when you're having more than one. I guess I should have defined cheap, Less than $16.00 per case.
Where I'm from Yuengling Lager is right up there with Miller, Bud, and Coors. $21-ish a case. Corona weight in around that price point. Shiner Bock commands a couple dollars more.
So far I've had the following at regularly $16.00 or less per case:
Keystone Light and Ice
Stroh's regular and light*
Yuengling premium beer*
Carling Black Label
(* had enough to forget just how much I've had of that brand over the years)
A couple weeks ago was the first time I bought Natty since high school