- 22-ounce bombers: $5.58
Pints, of course, carry with them the costs of the structure in which you enjoy them and the paycheck of the barkeep (among others) who's pouring them. What justifies the exorbitant price of a slightly larger bottle with no six-pack cardboard carrying-case? Not that these are specialty beers made expensively or priced for rarity; nope, they're standard locally-made beers. There can be only one reason: that people will pay it. Stop it!
It's highway robbery and I for one planning on shaking my fist impotently at the bomber section of my local beer retailer until prices come down.
*If you don't get the reference, you've missed something special.