Feb 17 2012
I feel like 6 packs of this stuff cost around three dollars.Â Â Am I wrong?Â At least back in the late 90s I’m pretty sure that’s what they cost.Â And I have a feeling that in some states that price might hold up.Â Man this is a bad beer but so cheap.
I’m pretty sure I haven’t had a Rolling Rock since high school.Â And I’m pretty sure I’ll never have one again unless I’m forced to.Â It’s not that it’s a bad beer.Â It’s just that I only associate it with high school or college.
Miller High Life
You know a beer is cheap when you can see it being sold by the can.Â Â Yes, to this day in some places you can but thing thing in a refrigerator by the can.
Do they even make Stroh’s anymore.Â Â This is like Schlitz’s evil step brother.Â Totally different looking can but the same crap.Â Â Â Stroh’s used to be in the 3-4 dollar a six pack range.
No list of cheap. college-ready beer would be complete without Keystone, the â€œhangover beerâ€ which can be had for pocket change at package stores around the country
Technically it’s malt liquor but come on.Â Â Everyone has had a 40 of Old E at some point in their lives.
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