An example might be that a specific label of cider is $3.00 a bottle and the producer sells them in a case of eight (8) bottles. That means you must buy that cider in groups of eight for a cost of $24.00 per case (8 x 3 = 24).
Most of our cider’s come this way though we might explore selling them as mixed cases in the future.
A standard case as explained above means you must buy the item in whatever quantity the producer makes their cases – for some products this might be twelve (12), for other items it might be twenty four (24).
If however you want, you can also purchase as little as a single bottle to be put towards a Mixed Case. A mixed case must have twenty four (24) items from the same category (beer/wine etc). So you may decide that you want to buy six (6) bottles of Beer X at $3 a bottle and six (6) of Beer Y at $2 a bottle and twelve (12) bottles of Beer Z at $4 a bottle. This makes a total of twenty four (24) bottles so your mixed case is complete and for this example will cost a total of $78.00 ((6×3) (6×2) (12×4)=78).
Our beer’s are sold this way to give you the opportunity to try everything. Some of our wines can also be purchased as a mixed case.
This mostly applies to our range of spirits and more premium wine options. It is also how our gift items and other non-beverage items (apparel/giftware/literature etc) is sold.