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Ah yes, another year in the books and another New Years that’s got you broke from spoiling those around you, or maybe yourself, I don’t know you. Since many budgets are tight in the New Year, we’ve got together and found some tasty beers that are sure to help you restore some capital so that you can invest it in Bitcoin. Drink well, save money, buy some Bitcoins, rule the world. Easy-peasy! And when you become the supreme leader of the world, don’t forget us down here, the ones who encouraged you to save money. Prost!

– Tyler

And Now, the Brews


 

Bell’s Brewing | Winter White Ale | Belgian Inspired Wheat Ale
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Starting you off with a nice price tag of $7.99 for a four pack of 16-ounce cans, Bell’s Winter White is a great substitute for those heavier winter seasonal beers. This Belgian inspired Wheat Ale was specifically made to have a nice haziness that is lovingly complemented by aromas of banana, cloves, a touch of vanilla, and wheat. The aromas alone will keep you nice and warm during these extra cold January days. With the Belgian yeast, the palate is rewarded with similar flavors of the aroma with the vanilla taking more of a lead role. There is also some added lemongrass, and a touch of bitterness, but the beer is still nice and smooth as it goes down the rabbit hole. A stellar beer that will keep your bank from calling you to let you know you have negative moneys in your account. You already know it’s negative, it’s not like you’re doing it on purpose to spite them, or anything barbaric like that…
4 pk 16oz Cans | 5% ABV | 25 IBUs

 


 

Odell Brewing | 90 Schilling | Scotch Ale
Odell 90 schilling 90 Schilling has been one of my go-to beers for a long time! I can always count on this beer tasting good and being at an affordable price. It’s available all year around and it’s the perfect companion for almost every situation… Don’t bring it to a court hearing, that’s not a situation it pairs well with. This Scotch Ale has fantastic aromas of biscuit, honey, caramel, with a touch of hops. Upon entry, you’re hit with a nice sweetness that is followed by honey, biscuit, a touch of floral notes reminiscent of a black tea, and bready malts. There is a nice balanced addition of hop flavors that help round out the overall flavors of the beer. This happens to be the most expensive one on the list with the price tag of $10.99 for a six-pack. Trust me though, this one may be worth going bankrupt over.
6 pk Cans | 5.3% ABV | 32 IBUs

 


 

Wasatch Brewing | Apricot Hefeweizen
Apricot_Can Wrap Are you a fan of apricots, sweet beers, or beers that don’t taste like beer? I have a money saving tip for you! This easy-going Apricot Hefeweizen is a bomb of apricot both in aroma and flavor! Nicely sweet with robust creamy apricot and a touch of wheat, this beer will quench the thirst of anyone who can’t afford water, since you just spent your last dime on this beer. Who needs water anyway? With the low price of $8.99 for a six-pack, your tummy will be happy that your wallet isn’t involved in this love affair. A great buy for that sweet tooth of yours, maybe it’ll even chip in on the next round!
6 pk Cans | 4% ABV | 9 IBUs

 


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