That's weird, when I was in college Busch Ice was even cheaper than Natty Ice which is the bottom rung of the ice beer ladder.Have any of you fellas ever had Busch Ice? It's really popular down here but I'm leery to buy it because it costs more than Busch Light or regular Busch and they don't sell it by the case.
Are you guys seeing Busch Light limited edition hunter cans where you live? I haven't seen any yet down here. Another casualty of The Germ?
Is your avatar the cover of the hit Hawkeye music album called "Hawkeye Fever?" We used to have that. That is old school.I haven't seen any yet (East Central Iowa), but still expect them to come out soon.
I've been enjoying quite the variety of brews lately. Busch Light is my go to, but there are cans of Goose Island, Blue Moon, Michelob Ultra, Bud Light, Labatt's Blue Light, and Molson in my garage fridge right now.
When I want something a little more different, I lean toward German brews like St Pauli Girl or Beck's.
I remember back in the day being on a tight budget and buying cases of Rhinelander bottles for like five or six bucks from Dirty John's. They had to be ice cold to drink and I was thankful they were in a very dark bottle. Pouring into a glass so you could see it was a mistake.
Is your avatar the cover of the hit Hawkeye music album called "Hawkeye Fever?" We used to have that. That is old school.
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