It's even at the places that brew the beer. A recent trip to Waverly Brewing, which is not in Waverly but Clipper Mill, revealed that they charge $6 for an admittedly delicious beer brewed on premises. I had to wonder, if you brew it on site and eliminate transportation and bottling and all of that, how does it make sense to cost so much? I mean I can buy Duckpin, which I think is the best beer in town, at about $12 a six pack at the store. That's two bucks per beer. At a bar, of course, you are paying for rent and for labor and liquor license and so you're gonna pay more. And you should. Paying double the retail rate is totally fair, but triple—especially when bartenders and waitstaff get almost no hourly rate and rely on tips—is something we should collectively reconsider.