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Lets go with a single American dollar per container (can, bottle, rubber glove) or less.


Mine, Shiner Bock.
 

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Leinnies red, honey weis or classic amber....any "cheaper" and I'd just rather not drink it (price isn't the determining factor really) (about 12 bucks a 12 pack)
 

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Can't fault your choice of Shiner Bock -- it's a personal fave -- but I sure do envy your price. It's at least nine bucks for a sixer here.

Old Milwaukee. Highly underrated.
 

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I have been staying away from beer lately, but when I was in college our favorite was Lucky Lager. I haven't seen it anywhere the past couple years though.


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My pop worked on the engineering team for a Schlitz brewery, dunno if it was far enough back to be teh good old days of Schlitz or not, but brewery company picnics in the 70's were epic.

My current favorite is yuengling. Tastes good, fits the buck a can requirement, and doesn't make me look like a stuffy asshat beer snob.
 

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My current favorite is yuengling.
YES. I was trying mightily to think of something that was a dollar per, but couldn't -- around here pretty much everything that's any good is at least eight bucks for a six pack. Yuengling is an exception that I forgot about. Good call.
 

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Lets go with a single American dollar per container (can, bottle, rubber glove) or less.


Mine, Shiner Bock.
I really don't drink cheap beer anymore. Typical 6 pack for me is $7-9.
 

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Coor's is the best beer in the shower
Leinenkugel is delicious, but hard to find in lower Michigan
Badass, made by Michigan Brewing Co. is "technically" a microbrew, but it's cheap to compete with Bud and Miller...and has an awesome flavor to boot.
Labatt Blue is fine if you like Canadian
Speaking of Canadian, Molson Canadian is pretty delicious as well.
 

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Not a rocket surgeon.
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Can't fault your choice of Shiner Bock -- it's a personal fave -- but I sure do envy your price. It's at least nine bucks for a sixer here.

Old Milwaukee. Highly underrated.
Shiner has been $5.99 for a while now. Cheep and tasty.
 

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Full Sail's Session Black is a solid beer for the price. $10-11 per 12 pack of stubbies.

Slightly above price point for this, but Tall Grass Brewing's Ale ($6 for 4pints) is a really solid beer for the money.
 

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Yuengling if I'm not in a spending mood. Sam if I am.
 
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