What's the cheapest beer?
Walgreens diving into beer and winemaking business
It's your turn to host the crowd, and you need to know what's the cheapest beer? The Chicago Tribunes suggests checking out the local Walgreen's, which has just launched its private-label brew, now selling at many locations for about half a buck a can.
"Walgreen Co. isn't just selling alcohol again. They're also making it.
The Deerfield-based drugstore chain has quietly rolled out a private-label brew called Big Flats 1901, which is in more than 4,600 of the chain's 7,655 U.S. locations. Walgreens has been stocking Chicago-area stores as alcohol licenses are approved.
If the name isn't enough to tempt you, the price might be: about 50 cents per can. Prices will vary by market, and the beer will be available in states where private-label alcohol is legal..."