Thought I'd drink a little greener and pick up a growler of Lonely Blonde from the Fulton Brewery. $12 for the growler plus a $5 deposit on the jug and I was on my way. Even biked over to pick it up. After doing the math, I learned that the growler contains 64 oz. and a 6-pk contains 72 oz. I can walk to Hum's Liquors down the street and pick up a 6-pk for a little over $9. How can this be cheaper if they have to add on the costs of 6 non-returnable bottles, cost of printing the cardboard 6-pk as well as shipping costs to get it to Hum's? Good beer but never went back.
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