But that can also get very expensive, especially if you have a few deadbeat friends who didn’t bring their own beer, as your party invite suggested. That’s where we come in.
Houston, TX (PRWEB) May 20, 2012
As Canadians prepare to celebrate a federal public holiday in honor of Queen Victoria’s birthday, SaveOnBrew.com – the world’s only beer price search engine – takes this time to point out the best (and cheapest) Canadian beers. Fireworks, processions, barbecues, and outdoor events may be standard on the Monday before May 25th (Queen Victoria’s birthday), but SaveOnBrew’s James Smith says there is more to this holiday than meets the eye.
James explains, “Often, Victoria Day will fall on or around the weekend of May 24th, so my friends up in Canada will say that their goal is to down a 2-4 on May 2-4, meaning that they are each intending to put back two cases of beer over the course of the long weekend. Personally, I can’t say I blame them. But that can also get very expensive, especially if you have a few deadbeat friends who didn’t bring their own beer, as your party invite suggested. That’s where we come in.”
SaveOnBrew.com is a new site -- accessible by mobile and PC – that lists the lowest advertised beer prices from coast to coast. One need only enter his or her zip code to see all their local deals. The search can then be narrowed down by brand, type of beer, store, or container. There are over 350,000 listings from more than 50,000 retailers on the site, with new brands, stores and sales being advertised every single day. Since advertising is completely free for store keepers, it’s a win-win for retailers and thirsty beer drinkers alike.
Beer price searchers may look for the following low-priced Canadian beers:
- Labatt 50 – A crisp, aggressive ale
- Molson Dry – A smooth, aftertaste-less lager
- Kokanee – Clean and refreshing like mountain spring water
- La Fin Du Monde – A triple-fermented golden ale with 9% ABV
- Alexander Keith’s India Pale Ale – A hoppy, full-bodied IPA
- Moosehead – A cold, fresh lager
- Molson Export – A gold-medal-worthy golden ale
- Molson Canadian – Another gold-medal-winning beer that’s best drank with pretzels
- Labatt Blue – A light, refreshing pilsner that is easy for marathon-drinking
The founders of SaveOnBrew say that the beer sales listed in their search engine only include retailers in America, but Canadians living on the border -- in places like Detroit and Niagara Falls – are welcome to come on over and take advantage of the excellent beer deals just south of the border. Americans living in markets where Canadian beer is exceedingly popular can find their favorite case of Labatt or Molson for less by visiting the website for more information. In addition to accessing a database of low beer prices, they can also read insightful blogs and articles about America’s #1 drink.
About SaveOnBrew: Founded in 2010 to help thirsty beer drinkers across the United States find the lowest advertised prices for one of the world’s most popular beverages.