Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Four in Hand Worth Two Cans of Busch

More beer from your favorite high-end grocery store, Whole Foods. First they added Copper Bell, a low-priced lager to lure shoppers away from WalMart, if at least for that one item. Now they have a couple of "craft" beers to lure me away from the free samples: St. Cloud Belgian White and Four in Hand IPA. Though these are both private label beers made for Whole Foods, they carry a $7.99 price tag, higher than house brand beers at Trader Joe's and Costco. Are they worth the price? I haven't purchased any yet; I decided to wait until there are some singles for sale.


Klise Family said...

Trying the Four in Hand right now. It's not bad. Nothing spectacular, not too floral and not bad on the wallet. I try any IPA that I see and I'll probably buy it again. Jubilation gets 95% of my business these days.

Klise Family said...

Oops, didn't mean to say I got it at Jubilation, but when I DO go to whole paycheck, I'll certainly buy it.