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#1 H-Cane_NJ

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Posted 31 August 2009 - 08:47 AM

Hello All,

For all of you that visit the Rock, I am sure you've mosied on over to one of the local drinking halls - kinda like us here over at the Arena Lounge. So - now we need your input. I put together a quick survey for all of you who wish to give us some pointers on drink pricing.

Thanks in advance!

SURVEY:

On Game Day, outside the Rock -
What is your highest expected cost of a Domestic Beer Draft (Bud, Bud Light):
What is your highest expected cost of a Domestic Beer Bottle (Bud, Bud Light):
What is your highest expected cost of a Imported Beer Draft (Corona, Heinken):
What is your highest expected cost of a Imported Beer Bottle (Corona, Heinken):
What is your highest expected cost of a Guiness Draft?
What is your highest expected cost of a premium vodka drink (Grey Goose and Cranberry)
What is your highest expected cost of a premium shot (Patron Tequila)

Ok - that's it. Your answers will be compiled and disbursed. Please be fair lol - that's why we asked expected, because we all know what the preferred price would be (FREE lol)

Thank you all in advance!
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Posted 31 August 2009 - 11:58 AM

What is your highest expected cost of a Domestic Beer Draft (Bud, Bud Light): $3
What is your highest expected cost of a Domestic Beer Bottle (Bud, Bud Light): $3
What is your highest expected cost of a Imported Beer Draft (Corona, Heinken): $3
What is your highest expected cost of a Imported Beer Bottle (Corona, Heinken): $3
What is your highest expected cost of a Guiness Draft? $4
What is your highest expected cost of a premium vodka drink (Grey Goose and Cranberry) No thanks
What is your highest expected cost of a premium shot (Patron Tequila) No thanks.

I added 3 more
What is your highest expected cost of a Sam Adams draft: $3
What is your highest expected cost of a Amstel Light draft: $3
What is your highest expected cost of a Becks draft : $3

Even at $3 a draft, still making money on each keg, domestic or import.

Edited by overtime98, 31 August 2009 - 12:28 PM.

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Posted 31 August 2009 - 12:59 PM

What is your highest expected cost of a Domestic Beer Draft (Bud, Bud Light): 3
What is your highest expected cost of a Domestic Beer Bottle (Bud, Bud Light): 3
What is your highest expected cost of a Imported Beer Draft (Corona, Heinken): 4
What is your highest expected cost of a Imported Beer Bottle (Corona, Heinken):4 (These imported beers are so popular in the States it's not even like it's imported anymore...
What is your highest expected cost of a Guiness Draft? I do not like Guiness but I'd say 3-4
What is your highest expected cost of a premium vodka drink (Grey Goose and Cranberry) 5
What is your highest expected cost of a premium shot (Patron Tequila) 4-5


I think you should look into getting more hockey friendly beers as well... My favorite beer is Molson Canadian... also Labatt Blue and Moosehead are great...
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Posted 31 August 2009 - 01:01 PM

I think you should look into getting more hockey friendly beers as well... My favorite beer is Molson Canadian... also Labatt Blue and Moosehead are great...



Agreed!!!!
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Posted 31 August 2009 - 03:14 PM

Agreed!!!!


You know - that Molsen idea isn't so bad. Let's see if we can hack it.
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Posted 31 August 2009 - 07:08 PM

Yes Molson and hockey is goodness!!!!!
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Posted 01 September 2009 - 12:53 AM

Molsons isn't just a good hockey beer, its a damn good beer regardless! i wish more bars carried it!
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Posted 01 September 2009 - 08:15 AM

Yeah it's a great tasting beer! People here associate it with hockey because it's Canadian but it's fantastic.
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Posted 01 September 2009 - 09:54 AM

Yeah when I watch games at home I have a tradition of only drinking Molson.. in terms of prices (I'm not of age but I know prices) I agree with everything njdevil26 said

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Posted 11 September 2009 - 09:27 AM

How are you guys with your mixed drinks? Is it an automated measurement, or if I take care of you will you splash a little extra GG in?
If you want my business, a tall GG and Cranberry (or club) should be about 8 if it's portioned. 9 if it's good (I can tell).
Imported beer bottle 3.75 tops
Imported beer draft 3.50 tops
Guinness draft 4 tops

Just whatever you do, beat Brick City's prices. It's a really nice place, but if I'm gonna get my drink on, it ain't gonna happen over there unless I plan on going broke. I usually go to Hell's Kitchen. If the Arena Lounge can get its drink prices somewhere close to them, I'll gladly visit more often!

Edited by 95Crash, 11 September 2009 - 09:31 AM.

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Posted 11 September 2009 - 09:45 AM

Arena's drink prices are very reasonable. Jagerbombs are like what... 6$ ? I have to do a few before games haha
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Posted 11 September 2009 - 03:28 PM

LOL - we do not believe in controlled pours. We believe in drinks purchases, ya dig? Just be kind to the bartenders, and they'll be kinder to you. (TIP)

There's like a thousand drink specials all the time haha I can't keep track but I did a survey. We are the best deal all around. Some people seem cheaper, but they underpour or serve you in short glasses. Do not be fooled.

I think our GG and Cran is 8-9, I believe 8. I gotta check.

I deeply enjoy Jaegarbombs. They are liquid heaven. You gotta ask for our signature shot: the Apple Bomb. :-) Trust me... you will not walk very well after 3. What's it in? Order and you shall see.
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Posted 11 September 2009 - 05:23 PM

LOL - we do not believe in controlled pours. We believe in drinks purchases, ya dig? Just be kind to the bartenders, and they'll be kinder to you. (TIP)

There's like a thousand drink specials all the time haha I can't keep track but I did a survey. We are the best deal all around. Some people seem cheaper, but they underpour or serve you in short glasses. Do not be fooled.

I think our GG and Cran is 8-9, I believe 8. I gotta check.

I deeply enjoy Jaegarbombs. They are liquid heaven. You gotta ask for our signature shot: the Apple Bomb. :-) Trust me... you will not walk very well after 3. What's it in? Order and you shall see.

You sold me. I'll definitely check it out next chance I get. ... That GG and Cran for 8-9 is in a tall glass, right?
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