That's because beer prices at Brew Exchange fluctuate based on their popularity. The more popular a beer becomes, the more expensive it gets, and vice versa. And, there's a whole bunch to choose from ranging from an assortment of flavorful IPAs to pilsners, porters, stouts, and many more.
Some of Brew Exchange's best beers include Live Oak Pilsner, Sierra Nevada Pale Ale, Great Divide Hercules IPA, Left Hand Milk Stout, Dogfish Head 60 Minute IPA, and countless other beers, all of which prices change based on their demand at Brew Exchange.
Each time someone orders a beer at Brew Exchange, the price goes up for the next customer who orders the same beer. Interestingly enough, all the others in the category (IPA, Pilsner, Stout, etc.) go down by the same amount. Brew Exchange also has a stable of bottled and canned beers whose prices don't fluctuate. This include bigger name beers like Miller Lite, Bud Lite, and Lonestar.
But, beer isn't the only thing you'll get with a trip to Brew Exchange. This unique 6th Street bar also offers a handful of great specials throughout the week including Market Crash Wednesdays when all draft beer prices crash to an all-time low and more.
Sound fun? Give Brew Exchange a try, then let us know what you think with your own rating and review on the Brew Exchange 512area business listing.