Just thought about this. In Kentucky you can get a 30 pack of Keystone Light for like 12 bucks.
Figure this--at $11.99, I could get 30 cans of Keystone Light, which is 360 ounces. That's just short of 3 gallons in fact (384 ounces).
Crunching the numbers meant it costs $4.263 a gallon for beer.
Gas in Northern Kentucky is hovering at about $4.099 a gallon but I know it's higher in many places now.
Beer is now cheaper than gas.
Besides, it only takes maybe two gallons to fill my tank.
The car takes much, much more unfortunately. And considering it would take gas to drive to the store... heh...