My 1-2 punch in the backcountry was always one gordon and one modus. And this was for a one night trip. The arrival of the 16 ounce deviant allowed me to leave the can of modus at home. Maybe it was psychological in regards to "getting a load on". The ABVs are:
A 12 ounce can of Gubna provides the best bang for backcountry buck at 10%.
I definitely like the 16 ounce cans of the session beers like Dank and Crank Yanker. It gives you just a bit more around the campfire at night w/o having to commit to another 12 ounce can. Same with being in the city. There is nothing worse than cleaning up the next morning and reaching for a can of something to rinse out and discovering it is 2/3 full.
FWIW, Crank Yanker is available at the new Eddyline locale just off US-24 in BV.
$9.99 for a sixer of tall boys at 7.3% is a steal.
Presto wrote:+1 ... anyone worth their weight in beer knows it all comes down to ABV and IBU and Size.
So what you are saying then is a growler of Elevation IPA (11.2%) served along Lincoln Creek Road on a summer night is about as good as it gets?
The look in his eyes when it hit - Kid, it was tasty... - William Seward Burroughs