Posted 01 June 2012 - 08:10 PM
As much as you like as long as you don't get caught. Canadian Border Services don't usually care about the watered down piss you Yanks drink anyways. If Carver shows up with Coors Light I'm calling US Homeland Security and turning Carver in as a terrorist.
Oh, how much can we bring into Canada. I've never taken beer into Canada.
Here is some info from the Duty-Free Website ...
WHAT YOU CAN BRING INTO CANADA
For U.S. Citizens coming into Canada:
Visitors arriving in Ontario who are 19 years of age or older may import, duty and tax free, for personal use, either 1.5 litres (52.7 ounces) of wine or 1.14 litres (40 ounces) of liquor or spirits; or 24 x 355 mL (12 ounce) cans or bottles of beer, ale, or their equivalent. Visitors can import more alcoholic beverages (up to 45 litres or 11.9 U.S. gallons), if they are willing to pay the Ontario fees and taxes in addition to the duties that apply.
Visitors arriving in Ontario who are 19 years of age or older may import, duty and tax-free:
- 200 cigarettes
- 50 cigars
- 200 grams (7 ounces) of manufactured tobacco and
- 200 tobacco sticks
The rules for Ontario and British Columbia are the same.
My math ain't so good at midnight on a Friday night (after a couple of adult beverages) but are you saying I can't bring over a 1.75 liter bottle of my favorite rum? How about if I add a few NE microbrews?
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