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humchan2k
01-03-2011, 16:52
Ok, here's one thing I notice here....we discuss price, we discuss value, we discuss flavor, but we rarely ever see any discussion or listing of people's fave juice under given price points...so, let's do it. This is for bourbon only, but I will do this in the Rye group as well....

I want you to give me your personal fave picks for bourbon under 6 distinct price points...ready? Hopefully this will work for a way for some folks to see new suggestions of great stuff and to get inspiration.... I'll start :) (All prices should INCLUDE sales tax, this is the final purchase price here, folks)

Under $20 - I'm a bitch, I don't like any bourbon under $20....except maybe Ancient Age? I dunno, there's not a lot to choose from here in LA that's under $20....suggestions appreciated!

$21-30 - Buffalo Trace. Why? Cuz. Makes great mixers, and can be had neat or on the rocks...and just delivers value like a champion. Love it. (Quick shout out to Bulleitt as my 2nd place finisher, we're really good homies still, aight?)

$31-45 - Ezra B 12 yr single barrel - my intro to single barrel bourbon, this was my gateway bourbon that brought me into this whole obsession. Every time I have it, it brings me back to that moment...always nice, and typically about $35/bottle, on the bottom of this range.

$46-60. Here we have the sweet spot - you can get almost any booze you want in this range that's decent, but not the top flight stuff, all the goodies are here like Rockhill Farms, BMH, Pappy 15 (in some places)..... My pick - Blanton's Single Barrel. Best bottle design EVER (I call it the Holy Hand Grenade of Antioch,) and it's the single barrel bourbon that kicked off the entire small batch craze...for $50, how can you argue against it?!?!?!

$61-80 - Stagg. Duh.

$81-Whatever - Pappy 20. Again, duh. :) I don't, as a rule, spend over $100 on a bottle of booze.....and Stagg costs less than $80, so it gotta be the 20.

Add on! Oh, and please, let's keep this discussion to current products, I don't give a damn that you picked up a dusty of Old Forester from '85 and it cost $12, and you think I should try it. Sorry, padna, that ain't relevant.

Halifax
01-03-2011, 17:19
Too many to list @ $20++...

Under $20 IMHO, you can't go wrong with OGD BIB, EC12 or OWA.

unclebunk
01-03-2011, 17:47
Too many to list @ $20++...

Under $20 IMHO, you can't go wrong with OGD BIB, EC12 or OWA.

I'll have to give this whole list thing some thought. But EC12 and OWA
for under $20?!? Man, I'm looking at $26-$28 for EC12 these days and OWA is now a solid $22+. Bummer for me but extremely glad for you!:grin:

White Dog
01-03-2011, 19:37
I'll play along.

Under $20: OGD BIB and VOB BIB. No surprises.

$21-$30: Antique, WT101, OGD114.

$31-$45: Weller12, WTRB, FRSB, ETL, ORVW107, EC18(On certain days.).

$46-$60: RHF, WTKS, Vintage Bourbon 17yr.

$61-$80: GTS, WLW, Pappy 15.

$81plus: FRSB2009LE, Pappy 20, and AH Hirsch 16.

kickert
01-03-2011, 20:02
I don't think in that many categories.

Under 20: AAA10
20-30: Weller 12 / EWSB / ETL
30-50: WTRB
50+: Pappy 15 / GTS

90% of my bourbon purchases are in the $20-30 range.

chperry
01-03-2011, 20:15
I guess I am lucky. I can get WL Weller Special Reserve for less than $20. so:

<20 WL Weller Special Reserve
20-30 Bulleitt
30-50 WT Rare Breed
50+ Pappy

Parkersback
01-03-2011, 20:38
I guess I am lucky. I can get WL Weller Special Reserve for less than $20. so:

<20 WL Weller Special Reserve
20-30 Bulleitt
30-50 WT Rare Breed
50+ Pappy

I think I'm even luckier: I can get Weller 12 now for $20 + tax!

I'll play, but I'll also cheat with more than one answer for each

Under 20: Evan Williams Black or Ritt BIB (I'll stick this here since I haven't had enough ryes to do this same game on the rye thread).
21-30: Weller 12 or ETL
31-45: Jack Daniels Single Barrel. I was converted to this by a fellow SB'er. Here's hoping the other barrels are as good as his. I'd also add JDSB's cousin, Woodford Reserve. I know this stuff is little like the wannabe little brother around here, but when it's good, it's great, I think. Sweet without being coy, rich and a great nose.
46-60: PVW 15... Though I'm trying to remember if the last bottle I bought was maybe a touch over 60. Can't recall.
61-80: WLW Antique Collection. I've only had one glass of this in a bar, but it was great. Finally located a bottle, but not yet opened.
81-Whatever. PVW 20.

ThomasH
01-03-2011, 22:00
My favorites, while ignoring price points (I have worked diligently for almost 27 years so that I don't need to worry about booze budgeting) are WTRR101, Weller 12 and Hancocks Reserve. There are others I also like, but these 3 are plums on my taste buds!

Thomas

OscarV
01-04-2011, 02:49
The first one has me stumped, under 20?
WT 101 here in MI is $19.97 but the 6% sales tax elimitates that.
MI doesn't have AAA but the next time I am in KY I need to pick one up because it gets a lot of love here on SB.com.

TheGentleman
01-04-2011, 04:09
Great thread...

Under 20: AAA10 and Jim Beam Distiller's Series (I picked up several bottles when Sam's Club was selling them at $10/piece
21-30: WLW12
31-50: ORVW10yr107, Lot B, RHF
51 +: Pretty much just stock up on Pappy when I see it. Still wasn't able to locate any GTS or WLW

Josh
01-04-2011, 04:12
With two or three exceptions, I think anything over $60 is not worth the money.

bourbonNOOG
01-04-2011, 05:45
Under $20: This one came to me immediately. Ritt BIB can be had for 18.99 in these parts.

$21-$30: EWSB and Ezra Brooks SB.

$31-$45: Willet Pot still reserve, FRSB and OFBB.

$46-$60: WTKS and Bookers.

$61-$80: The obvious is GTS and Pappy 15, and FR120th. WTAS would also be in this category for me, although I did grab a bottle of this the other day for $49.99 but it's usually in the $70 range.

$81plus: Pappy 20 and some of the WRMC offerings. If I see a bottle of 4 grain or Seasoned Oak, I buy it.

Parkersback
01-04-2011, 06:02
With two or three exceptions, I think anything over $60 is not worth the money.
Do tell, Josh. I know your love for 4R, so I'm assuming one of the ones you're thinking of is... Mariage?

Halifax
01-04-2011, 06:48
I'll have to give this whole list thing some thought. But EC12 and OWA
for under $20?!? Man, I'm looking at $26-$28 for EC12 these days and OWA is now a solid $22+. Bummer for me but extremely glad for you!:grin:

Fortunately our state ran ABC runs monthly specials. You can see what's on sale for the the next 3 months on their website. I only make purchases at our ABC when things are on sale. :D

Sale price (750ml):
OGD BIB = $15.95
EC12 = $17.95
OWA = $18.95

Come to think of it... Henry McKenna 10yr SB on sale @ $19.95 is a darn good value too.

The Boozer
01-04-2011, 06:49
With two or three exceptions, I think anything over $60 is not worth the money.


Does the PHC 10' make the list? Mirage or 4R Smb LE? Do tell.

Josh
01-04-2011, 06:51
Do tell, Josh. I know your love for 4R, so I'm assuming one of the ones you're thinking of is... Mariage?

You know me well already!

I would say Mariage/Small Batch LE, Pappy 15, most years of Stagg and some years of WLW. OK, so that's four. I haven't had a chance to sit down and spend some time with that PHC 2010 bottle yet (thanks Tim!) so I'll have to reserve judgement for now.

As for others at that price range, Handy has been debated ad nauseum so I won't get into that, but I always thought that Saz 18, ER 17, and Pappys 20 & 23 were hampered by their relatively low proof. As much as I love 4R, I didn't think the 100th anniversary 17 y/o was all that good either. Better than ER 17 or KY Vintage for sure, but not as good as previous years' SBBS or most of the retailer bottlings.

chefnash51
01-04-2011, 07:16
Under $20: WSR

$21-$30: ETL - Weller 12 - EC12

$31-$45: WTRB - ORVW10/107

$46-$60: Lot B

$61-$80: PHC 10

+$80: Pappy 20.

flintlock
01-04-2011, 08:31
I also break my categories down differently, sorry...

< $20: VOB BiB 100, EW White Label BiB, and AAA 10 star (and 10 year), all are REALLY solid pours from the shelves closest to the floor. Also Ritt BiB 100 is a great value here - never paid more than $19 for it so far.

$20 - 45: ORVW and Lot B. Hands down the best value going. I would add Bulleit, OWA and WT101 as amazing values in this segment.

> $45: I'm relatively new to this, but I don't usually play in this arena as I can get such splendid whiskey for less. I don't have access to Stagg and some of the rarities, and I'm sure they're worth seeking out, but I'd rather have a case of ORVW than 2 bottles of anything else in the world.

ThomasH
01-04-2011, 08:42
One thing nice about Ohio, despite being a control state, is that WT101 is 19.95/750 for much of the year, tax included. Santa came through ths year as it also had a 5.00 a bottle rebate for any bottle 750 and up. I ended up with a handle of it for 32.00+change. Another under 20 bottle here is OGD BIB. Good stuff if you like high rye bourbon, which I do. Beam black label used to be under 20.00 but a few years back, it caught a case off the JD inflated price virus and hasn't recovered since!

Thomas

squire
01-04-2011, 09:27
Under $20 Forester, Granddad, Barton and Heaven Hill, all BIB or 50%.

Under $30 Four Roses small batch

Don't pay over $30 unless the brand really appeals to me.

StraightBoston
01-04-2011, 13:18
Some not yet mentioned:

<$20 Four Roses Yellow Label (especially in the summer)
$21-30 Makers 46 (on sale)
$31-45 Makers 46 (full price)

+1 on OWA, OGD 114 and Ritt BIB as value pours; -1 for Lot B over $40

DeanSheen
01-04-2011, 13:34
$20 OWA
$21 - $30 4RSmB
$31 - $40 WTRB
$41 - $50 Lot B
$51 - $60 VWFRR
$61 + GTS

CorvallisCracker
01-04-2011, 13:57
Being in a nit-picking mood today (probably due to this sweater I'm wearing), I'm taking exception to "best" and "booze".

There is no "best", so I'll substitute "favorite".

As for "booze", I won't be drinking bourbon with a sauteed halibut (a nice Oregon Pinot Gris, please), so I'll substitute "bourbon".

And, as long as I'm picking at nits (wait a second while I get this one on my sleeve), price differences seriously blur your category boundaries. Most things cost more here in the Beaver State compared to most of the country except for the Wolverine State and <insert your control state here>, but Ezra 12yo goes for $25, which you have in the $31-45 category.

So I'll go by Oregon prices.

Favorite bourbon under $20
Easy. VOB. Although, nonconformist that I am, I prefer the 90 proof to the BiB. (OR price for the former is $15)

$21-30
This is a tough category. There are so many good ones. Probably ETL ($29).

$31-45
WTRB ($37)

$46-60
PVW 15 ($56.50)

$61-80
Have yet to find a ryed bourbon in this price range that I thought was better than WTRB or RHF, or a wheater that was better than VW Lot B or PVW 15 (FYI: BTAC in OR is $81.95)

$81+
PVW 20 ($101)

IowaJeff
01-04-2011, 14:00
Under $20: I can get EC12 on sale sometimes for under 20. Other than that I don't do a lot under $20. EW Black is always solid.

$21-$30: WT101 - old reliable - the reason I don't venture onto the bottom shelf much. BT.

$31-$45: WTRB

$46-$60: Don't buy a lot here. EC18 is usually very good for the lower end of this category.

$61-$80: Pappy 15.

+$80: 4 bottles of WT101. :cool:

Josh
01-04-2011, 14:38
Most things cost more here in the Beaver State, but Ezra 12yo goes for $25, which you have in the $31-45 category.

So I'll go by Oregon prices...

More? Compare those prices to the Michigan State minimum prices here: http://www.michigan.gov/documents/dleg/Price_Book_FINAL_10-31_thru_1-29-11_334323_7.pdf

OK, I'll do it (all rounded to the nearest dollar, +6% sales tax; see the "gov. out of alcohol" thread for my thoughts on that, as if anybody cares):

VOB 90 (which I also sometimes like better than the BiB) $13
ETL $33
WTRB $35
Pappy 15 $65
Pappy 20 $110

In the words of Big Boi "Go on and marinate on that for a minute..."

CorvallisCracker
01-04-2011, 15:07
More? Compare those prices to the Michigan State minimum prices here:

Let me go back and change that to "Most things cost more here in the Beaver State compared to most of the country except for the Wolverine State and <insert your control state here>"

Done.

Now you're misquoting me! :lol:

smokinjoe
01-04-2011, 17:29
I feel like the Grinch..."I've puzzled and puzzled, till my puzzler was sore."

These type of questions are torture to me. I just can't make a decision. There are just too many choices that I could go with, particularly in the <$20 and $21-$30 range.
So,

"Then the Grinch thought of something he hadn't before! Maybe choosing the "best bourbon", he thought, doesn't have to be a chore. Maybe choosing the best...perhaps...means a little bit more. And what happened then, well in SBville they say, the Grinch's Visa bill grew 3 sizes that day. And then--the true meaning of "best bourbon" came through, and the Grinch's bunker found the quantity of 10 bunkers...plus 2!"

"He brought everything back, all the bottles for the feast. And he, he himself, could love no bourbon the least."

George
01-04-2011, 17:34
My purchases are pretty much under $30, with the occasional higher-end bottle for special occasions. I rarely buy anything in the $32-$60 range.

Under $20 - Weller SR, OWA, EW
$21-$30 - EC12, EWSB
$30-$45 - Weller 12, ORVW 10
$45-$60 - Lot B
$60-$80 - WLW, GTS, Pappy 15, PHC 2010
Over $80 - Haven't bought anything at this price point

CorvallisCracker
01-04-2011, 17:34
I feel like the Grinch..."I've puzzled and puzzled, till my puzzler was sore."

These type of questions are torture to me. I just can't make a decision. There are just too many choices that I could go with, particularly in the <$20 and $21-$30 range.
So,

"Then the Grinch thought of something he hadn't before! Maybe choosing the "best bourbon", he thought, doesn't have to be a chore. Maybe choosing the best...perhaps...means a little bit more. And what happened then, well in SBville they say, the Grinch's Visa bill grew 3 sizes that day. And then--the true meaning of "best bourbon" came through, and the Grinch's bunker found the quantity of 10 bunkers...plus 2!"

"He brought everything back, all the bottles for the feast. And he, he himself, could love no bourbon the least."

The first Great Post of 2011! :slappin:

Beer&Bourbon
01-17-2011, 12:09
I'm still fairly new to this - only 20 or so open bottles, but I own (or have tried) many of the bourbons under $60 in each category.

<$20 VOB BiB ($12), OWA ($15.50)

$21-30 Bulleit ($22)

$31-50 ORVW 10/107 ($32)

$51-60 PVW 15 yr ($54)

$61-80 GTS ($70)

$80+ looking for PVW 20; 23 is too rich for my blood

yjb
01-17-2011, 23:20
<20: (no bourbons, but 40creek or OO)
20-40: ETL-SB, EW SB
40-60: OFBB
60-80: WLW, PVW 15
Lawsuit winnings: any PHC

squire
01-18-2011, 07:23
Good choices Roger. after years of buying the newest thing I've cycled back to the basics which for me is Forester, Grand Dad, Evan Williams, Weller and Barton. At our local I can buy six of these for the price of one Parker Heritage or Pappy 15.

Are the high tone whiskys better? Well, yes and no, they have more finesse, aged roundness, subtlety, greater depth of flavor, worth sharing with friends who appreciate them but darn sure not six times better.

Parkersback
01-18-2011, 17:55
<20: (no bourbons, but 40creek or OO)


40 Creek for under 20? Lucky man.

humchan2k
01-18-2011, 21:12
And that, my friends, just got Joe a +2 in my opinion HP. :)

BBQ+Bourbon
01-18-2011, 22:59
Old Forrester Signature is $18 a bottle here and it's a giveaway at that price.

OGD 114 is way too cheap at $21, and OWA is still good for $20, though I'm still pissed at the shift in profile over the past five years. Guess they are happy with selling thier wares and don't mind producing a diminished product.

Brisko
01-19-2011, 06:59
40 Creek has made a good b-day present for many of my friends, and they really seem to like it.

<$20: Old Forester Signature, BT, EC12 (although I think the price may have gone up since I last bought it), any rye in the price range (I really like rye, yes even Beam).

$21-30: OGD 114, WT101, EWSB (any vintage), McKenna SB BiB

$31-40: WTRB

I don't generally pay more than $30 for bourbon, I'm quite happy with the stuff in the lower price range. I spend that money on Scotch... maybe that is for a different thread.

Martian
01-19-2011, 07:02
In the under $20 category I would definitely add Old Ezra and AAA 10 Star.
I've never seen EC 12 under $20 in Dallas. OGD 114 is around $22.

Parkersback
01-19-2011, 08:34
Old Forrester Signature is $18 a bottle here and it's a giveaway at that price.

OGD 114 is way too cheap at $21, and OWA is still good for $20, though I'm still pissed at the shift in profile over the past five years. Guess they are happy with selling thier wares and don't mind producing a diminished product.

Possible thread drift here, slap me back if need be:

I searched around and could not find an exact answer to this general question (or set of questions):

1. What is the relationship between Old Forester Signature and Old Forester 100 proof? I feel like I've seen bottles on the shelf that say, "Signature" (which is 100pf) but others that simply say, "100 Proof" Or am I mistaken?

2. Is it still "bonded"?

CorvallisCracker
01-19-2011, 10:29
Possible thread drift here, slap me back if need be:

I searched around and could not find an exact answer to this general question (or set of questions):

1. What is the relationship between Old Forester Signature and Old Forester 100 proof? I feel like I've seen bottles on the shelf that say, "Signature" (which is 100pf) but others that simply say, "100 Proof" Or am I mistaken?

2. Is it still "bonded"?

I believe that the Signature replaced the "100 proof", and I don't think the Signature has the word "bonded" on the label.

I've never tried either. Some people say the old one is better, and I know of at least one who likes the Signature better. If you have access to BiB bottles, you could buy one of each and compare.

Brisko
01-19-2011, 10:37
The last bottle of Signature I bought was definitely not BiB.

unclebunk
01-19-2011, 10:40
1. What is the relationship between Old Forester Signature and Old Forester 100 proof? I feel like I've seen bottles on the shelf that say, "Signature" (which is 100pf) but others that simply say, "100 Proof" Or am I mistaken?

2. Is it still "bonded"?

Scott is correct that OF Signature is 100 proof but does not say bonded on the label. Therefore I do not believe that it is bonded. It's one of my favorite "budget" bourbons and flies well around here with my friends, but there are plenty of folks here who do not care for it. I'm still seeing OF 100 proof on the shelves quite regularly, so I can't tell you whether or not it's been discontinued in favor of the Signature. Wish I could be of more help.

CorvallisCracker
01-19-2011, 10:57
The only ones shown on the web site (http://www.oldforester.com/BLB_Family.aspx) are the 86, the Sig and the BB.

unclebunk
01-19-2011, 11:11
The only ones shown on the web site (http://www.oldforester.com/BLB_Family.aspx) are the 86, the Sig and the BB.

Thanks for the info, Scott. As a fan of OF Signature I guess I owe it to myself to buy some OF 100 now to do a side-by-side comparison while I still can. See how I can always rationalize another whiskey purchase?:lol:

squire
01-19-2011, 14:25
Between the Signature and regular 43% I give the edge to Signature.

MaltNut
01-25-2011, 06:48
<20: (no bourbons, but 40creek or OO)
20-40: ETL-SB, EW SB
40-60: OFBB
60-80: WLW, PVW 15
Lawsuit winnings: any PHC

I can't believe that it took that long for OFBB to show up, it is $40 here in GA, with the occasional $35 sale price. Between that and WTRB being $35 I rarely venture above the $40 price bracket, except for GTS of course.

We also have the benefit of 1792 being $19, RBIB being $16(when you can get it), EWSB @$21, and EC@$22. Add to that 1.75's of VOB 90 are $17, OC101 - $21; then on sale Bulleit - $35, WT101 - $32, GD12 - $35; and there is an awful lot of really good stuff that falls into the <$20 category.

CorvallisCracker
01-25-2011, 09:27
I can't believe that it took that long for OFBB to show up...

The problem with OFBB is its variability. The 2007 was fabulous. If someone offered me a choice of a bottle of that and a Hirsch 16 BW, I'd have to flip a coin.

The 2008, on the other hand, was reported by a number of tasters to have a "dirty diaper" element on the nose.

MaltNut
01-26-2011, 12:45
The problem with OFBB is its variability. The 2007 was fabulous. If someone offered me a choice of a bottle of that and a Hirsch 16 BW, I'd have to flip a coin.

The 2008, on the other hand, was reported by a number of tasters to have a "dirty diaper" element on the nose.

I have only had the 2009 and 2010 and loved them both. I enjoy the difference between them and am looking forward to the 2011 release.

I also loved OF Repeal and of course OFS.

Dirty diaper, eh, yea I could do without that. Was the problem with 2008 bottle-to-bottle or with the entire year's product?

jcg9779
01-26-2011, 13:05
Fortunately our state ran ABC runs monthly specials. You can see what's on sale for the the next 3 months on their website. I only make purchases at our ABC when things are on sale. :D

Where does it list the sale prices? I travel out to Wilmington, NC a few times a year and would love to find what will be on sale while I'm out there!

Thanks,

Jack

jcg9779
01-28-2011, 14:37
A store by me has Evan Williams Single Barrel 2001 for $19.99.......is this a good buy? If so, good enough to stock up? or just good enough to buy an extra bottle?

OscarV
01-28-2011, 14:43
A store by me has Evan Williams Single Barrel 2001 for $19.99.......is this a good buy? If so, good enough to stock up? or just good enough to buy an extra bottle?

That's 10 bucks more than MI price.
If you never had it then get one, you can't go wrong at $19.99 then you can decide if you should get another bottle or case.

CorvallisCracker
01-28-2011, 14:44
A store by me has Evan Williams Single Barrel 2001 for $19.99.......is this a good buy? If so, good enough to stock up? or just good enough to buy an extra bottle?

That's a good price for EWSB. However the 2001 is a new release and not all reports are favorable. I would buy one and if you like it, buy more.

Added by edit:

Oscar beat me to the draw!

OscarV
01-28-2011, 14:50
What does EW1B go for in OR?
That's a great price he's got down there in GA, I'd buy it.

smokinjoe
01-28-2011, 14:57
A store by me has Evan Williams Single Barrel 2001 for $19.99.......is this a good buy? If so, good enough to stock up? or just good enough to buy an extra bottle?

I saw that today, too, Jack. I balked at least 4 times deciding to pick it up. I passed, but will have to go back and get a couple. It's a fabulous price. Instead, I yanked one of those $29.99 4RSB's. :D

CorvallisCracker
01-28-2011, 14:59
What does EW1B go for in OR?

$23.95

It had been going for $27.45, but sometime recently they dropped it. I'm not sure exactly when that happened; I usually scrutinze the price change sheets pretty closely, but this one got by me.

I only saw the change a couple of weeks ago. I suspect there's still a good bit of 2000 about, so I may go out tomorrow and buy a bottle or two.

Added via edit:

Just discovered that the change is on the price change sheet for February, so I need to postpone that trip untl next Tuesday!

jcg9779
01-29-2011, 12:18
I saw that today, too, Jack. I balked at least 4 times deciding to pick it up. I passed, but will have to go back and get a couple. It's a fabulous price. Instead, I yanked one of those $29.99 4RSB's. :D

Joe, I finally made my way over there and picked up a couple of those 4RSB's myself. I currently have one bottle open, but wanted to store a couple more in case they raise the price!

MaltNut
01-29-2011, 15:08
I saw that today, too, Jack. I balked at least 4 times deciding to pick it up. I passed, but will have to go back and get a couple. It's a fabulous price. Instead, I yanked one of those $29.99 4RSB's. :D
Yeah, I like Mink's too. They have had 4RSB at that price for quite some time; I picked up a bottle there many moons ago. Everybody else around here has it for $10 more, but it isn't like I spend all of my free time in liquor stores or anything.:rolleyes:

nivto
01-29-2011, 17:24
Instead, I yanked one of those $29.99 4RSB's. :D

Local store here has had FRSB's at that price for a couple of months now, which is down from it's regular price at $38. I've been pulling them off the shelf one by one. FRSB at its best is one of my favorite pours, regardless of what else I have open on the shelf. Also, I see this bourbon being sold at other stores online at prices upwards of $45 dollars. If that is the future of this label, then I'm going to take advantage of a $30 price tag while I still can.

Halifax
01-29-2011, 18:29
Where does it list the sale prices? I travel out to Wilmington, NC a few times a year and would love to find what will be on sale while I'm out there!

Thanks,

Jack

Here's the link. On the Select a report tab... scroll down to Retail Monthly Price Redcutions.

You can see what on sale now as well as the next 2 months.

http://www.ncabc.com/pricing/monthly_reductions.aspx

smokinjoe
01-31-2011, 10:26
Joe, I finally made my way over there and picked up a couple of those 4RSB's myself. I currently have one bottle open, but wanted to store a couple more in case they raise the price!

Glad it worked out for you, and that you were able to make it over there. It's worth the trip.
:toast:

flintlock
01-31-2011, 13:35
Here's the link. On the Select a report tab... scroll down to Retail Monthly Price Redcutions.

You can see what on sale now as well as the next 2 months.

http://www.ncabc.com/pricing/monthly_reductions.aspx

Thanks for this - NC is just over the line, and I had thought of cutting over the mountains to see what was available.