For instance, the $10 22-ounce bottle of Abyss would cost you $32.73 per six-pack. Or the $4.75 cheater pint of Widmer Hefeweizen you bought at a restaurant? $26.31 per six-pack.
Interesting way of looking at these things. Of course you can work out the per-six-pack cost of homebrewing, too: select “12 ounce bottles or cans” for “in quantities of” 48 (an approximation for a decent five-gallon batch) and the price you paid for the ingredients. For $30, that would work out to $3.75 per six-pack. Pretty good deal.