Must-Read: The Best in Cheap Beers
Drinking is oodles of fun. It tastes good, gives you a little bit of a buzz, and takes away the kind of self-sabotaging second-guessing that allows you to actually use terrible words like “oodles.” (That should give you some sense of what condition we are in while writing this.) But all too often, in this day and age of the cocktail-heavy speakeasy looking establishment, or the millions of microbrews apparently being created in everyone’s basement, sometimes the prospect of going out for a night on the town is an increasingly expensive venture.
Luckily for us all, there are actually some great deals out there in the realm of beers, if you know where to look for them. As an example, we’re going to spend today highlighting this article from Men’s Healthabout the greatest cheap beers that are easily accessible for you out in the bars. They are delicious and still buzz-inducing varieties that you can throw a few bucks down while everyone around you is forking over $10 dollar bills for a pint of “meh.” For example:
Another of the very few “legacy” breweries in the country (those that survived prohibition and remain family-owned), Yuengling has become a deeply ingrained part of Pennsylvania identity. Within the Keystone State, you can order it with just one word—“lager”—but expansion to a new plant in Florida has brought the distribution up to 14 states, with Ohio soon to become number 15. Besides its flagship lager, Yuengling also offer a Porter, and the Lord Chesterfield Ale (or “Cheddy” to locals) is a solid 5.4% American Pale Ale. Cases often sell in the neighborhood of $20.
Delicious. And a nice price to boot. (Which, actually, makes it a bit of a dangerous proposition.) But head over to the above-linked article to take a look at a few other deals. And then head on out there and have a good time without having to drop $100 bar tab.
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About Rick Mosely Rick is the editor for TSB magazine.