Believe it or not, beer! Champagne. And savory foods. Or booze. ;D
I fly In from Canada, so I can't take much beer with me. So between now and Roo, I'm gonna find a trustworthy individual( wont be too hard I'd imaging). And send them like 200-300$ to stock up on as much beer and booze as possible to try and prevent and such shortage. Has anyone ever had an issue with the entrance searches at the tollbooths having a suspiciously large amount of alcohol?
I think there is an "official" limit per person. Like, if you have 5 people in the car as opposed to 1 then they are less likely to stop you. I'm not 100% on that, but my friend and I briefly talked about it last year. I think she was talking about how high the limit was, so I think you'll be okay.
ABOUT ALCOHOL The sale of alcohol is strictly prohibited. If you’re legal, you can bring it for your own enjoyment only. But, there is a limit to what you may bring. • You may bring: 2 cases of beer per person per car, and one (1) 1.75 liter of hard liquor per person per car, and 2 boxes of wine per person per car. (Really, that’s plenty for a weekend, don’t you think?) Anything more than that will be confiscated when we inspect your vehicle on arrival. • No glass containers of any kind are allowed into the campgrounds or concert areas.
Thanks, I knew there was some kind limit, I was just wondering If anyone here ever had beer taken from them. I'd like to have enough for myself, then just throw 4-5 cases for everyone. I'd get it myself, but as I said, I fly in and take a shuttle from the airport, no chance for a beer run. All good, I'll figure something out I'm sure. Worst case scenario, the beer in the general store at roo is only a little bit more expensive than beer at the liquor store here at home. You Americans don't know how good you got it, I tell ya!