Beer / Liquor prices in Goa

#1 Nov 4th, 2006, 22:03
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Can anyone give me information about the prices of beer/ liqur brands available in Goa. Per Case price will also do.

It was quite cheap (13-15 Rs.) a big 650ml bottle of beer in 96 when I went there, out of which we used to get 2 Rs. back on return of the bottle.

What change in prices is there in these 10 years.

We are going Goa in December and wanna plan the budget.....
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This question was askes a few days ago. Here's the link.

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Originally Posted by ananda2193 This question was askes a few days ago. Here's the link.

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Thanks! buddy!

But it is all about beer prices!!

Can you throw some light on liquor prices like Whisky, Rum, Vodka etc.
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Are you always Mr Angry Josan

Local Whisky rum etc will cost anywhere between 10 and 35 rupees a peg or 30 Ml depending on where you are drinking. Feni can be had for as cheap as 5 rupees a peg.
For foreign made Brands like Bacardi expect to pay more, something like 40-70 a peg.

A bottle of Local brand whisky rum etc will set you back 100- 150 rupees. Not sure how much a bottle of Bacardi or Scottish Whisky will cost you I never buy it!!
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Latest prices per case of Kings (12 pints) is 170/- per case (plus deposit which is returned on giving the empty bottles back). Kingfisher case (660ml big bottles) is available for 330/- - 350/- (plus deposit of course)

Kings is definately a better choice.

One should also try local beer BELLO. I found it a great taste at down to earth price. Case is priced at less than 300/- for 12 Big bottles.

Royal Stag Whisky is for 170/-, Royal Challange for 280/-.
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What does a bottle of Bacardi Breezer cost in Goa?
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about Rs60 in the bars all flavours no idea about costs in shops
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Wow. For Rs60 per Breezer, I wouldn't mind being seen drinking those. This may sound like a stupid, off topic question. But do the bars in places like Goa/Bombay, have post-mix taps where it includes 'Dry/Ginger'?
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No idea what a "post mix tap" is NSW but you can get bottled mixers of most types including dry ginger you can even get Fosters but not MB

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A post-mix tap, or gun, is a tap with up to seven liquids flowing out from the press of a button, such as Coke, lemonade, squash, soda, tonic, dry, etc.

By MB I assume Melbourne Bitter? Not very big in Sydney, but my dad has a couple in the fridge.
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50/-

GoanGoan......here & there
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post tap, not seen one just bottles, cans of mixes

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Post mix taps are rare in Goa.

I haven't seen any. Bottles and cans are seen everywhere.
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Its cheap cheap cheap and the rum is great, I knwo I wish I was paying the prices now I've just bought some drinks for tonights celebrations and I wish I was paying the Indian Prices a six pack of Kingfisher at our local bottle takeway was $16:00 AD. and the rum well its just not Indian dark rum. Happy New year to All
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What about Diu? Similar prices? Is there good night life there?
I have been thinking about visiting the places for years, but have never got around to it.
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