This one guy in college always used to live by the kick-to-cash ratio when it came to buying beer. He figured that any beer with a dollar price higher than its alcohol content was a rip off. At the time, this equated to never spending more than $3 for a Coors Light, which is still sage advice, but this formula started to break down when talking about finer quaffs.
Still, it’s awesome when a beer comes along that stays way below the kick-to-cash danger zone, and it’s in that spirit that we offer Old Stock Ale, a mildly bitter 12.5% ABV craft beer made with imported British ingredients, for just $8.
If that sounds a bit boozy for a hot afternoon, try our other new beer on offer instead: Breckenridge Brewing Company’s Agave Wheat, which manages to carry a healthy dose of sweetness without compromising on the essential bitterness of a good brew. Either one is more refreshing on a late summer afternoon than a Coors Light at any price.