by Gina Goff - 6741 Reviews - 27 List
Whether you're a Midwestern ex-pat looking for the nostalgia associated with the crappy beer that got you laid on prom night or you just want a cheap buzz and ?drinkability,? everyone's got their reason for seeking out that one special-but-not-really brew. Look no further--these San Francisco bars and restaurants are stocking those hard-to-find, cult-favorite and dirt-cheap beers in this post-PBR town.
Updated: July 13, 2010
Discontinued in 2002, Black Star's golden lager was reintroduced to the West Coast market in spring 2010. Blood Hound is one of the handful of SF bars that's already welcomed it back--and for only $3 a pop. (Olympia is also available for $3 a can.)
With this bar's stock of more than 100 beers available from around the world, there's not really a good reason to go with any of Milwaukee's pride-and-joy macrobrewery options--unless, of course, you've only got $2.75 in your pocket, which will buy you a bottle of MGD, Miller Lite or Miller High Life.