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Best Cheap Beers: If You Must Buy at a 24-Hour Gas Station, Here Are Your Choices

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Most of us working stiffs don't have mad cash to drop on huge quantities of good-quality beer. What is the alternative? Twenty-four-hour gas stations stocked with little rescue kits of mass-produced brew.

There are many selections, but here is a list of ten that every beer fiend should consider when strolling the aisles of 7-Eleven late at night. Some taste good, some are just reasonably priced for the volume, and some are a balance of the two. Disclaimer: All beer is good. Thank God for beer.

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10. Samuel Adams
The Boston Beer Company is tied with D.G. Yuengling & Son for the largest American-owned beer maker, based on 2011 sales. And for good reason, Sam Adams Boston Lager is a good brew. The overhopped flavor was part of the U.S. craft beer explosion, and now it is more common than ever before.

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9. Grolsch
The Grolsch Brewery in Holland was founded by Willem Neerfeldt in 1615 but was acquired by SABMiller, the world's second-largest brewing company by volume. This is a smooth import and fair game for late-night brews blues.


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NJ R
NJ R

Good choices all, but not necessarily cheap ones. 

Andrew Jones
Andrew Jones

Very few of these are cheap beers... A 4 pack of PBR pint cans costs $3.50 at my local gas station. Not too bad...

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