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Quote: UltimateDevotion said: The beer is damn tasty and enjoyable but at $14 for a 25 oz bottle it can get awfully pricey. I wonder how much a case of it costs?
Couldn't agree more about the price. As good as this beer is, I only picked up one and probably will only get 1 or 2 more to save for a special occasion. Somehow they captured a great taste yet messed up one of the biggest aspects of Dead culture by charging a ridiculous price. I'm assuming the granola they used was pretty expensive since its organic and sourced from a small granola company in OR.
Also, from what I understand they are only making it in the 750ml size, so looks like there isn't a way to save $$ by getting a case.
Arrogant Bastard is great ale. I like it on a cool day when I am just chilling outside and babysitting the smoker.
I just had the American Beauty tonight. I harvested 2# of oyster mushroom and fed a friend. He split the bottle of American Beauty with me in return. I really liked it, but I couldn't pick out a granola taste. I doubted I would, since granola is sugars and grains anyway. I am glad this is an imperial pale ale and not an indian pale ale.
I didn't know American Beauty was so expensive. 3 or 4 of these would be a great drinking session for me, but I won't do it at $15 per bottle.
Arrogant Bastard and American Beauty have good write-ups at Beer Advocate.
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