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    Lidl, from 20th next week, "craft beer festival"

    https://www.lidl.co.uk/en/Offers.htm?id=818&week=2

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    Quote Originally Posted by Farway View Post
    Lidl, from 20th next week, "craft beer festival"

    https://www.lidl.co.uk/en/Offers.htm?id=818&week=2
    Not exactly a great line up of craft beer but Shepherd Neame -double stout is a great beer at a bargain price.
    Tesco often have 4 x 500ml bottles for £6 so even the prices aren't great.

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    I quite like the look of the line up - a few I've not tried so I will popping in and stocking up!
    If I lived closer to the border I would be popping into Scotland as there are a few on that list I'd like as well!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Farway View Post
    Lidl, from 20th next week, "craft beer festival"

    https://www.lidl.co.uk/en/Offers.htm?id=818&week=2
    Can't knock them at £1.29 a pop, worth stocking up on a few to try.

    Lidl also had a box of six Belgian beers for £10.99 - two varieties each of Gulden Draak, Bornem and Piraat. I think they must have been a special buy from last week or the week before as they took a bit of finding. The fifth store I tried had them though (so I got two boxes).

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    I went to a firework do yesterday and got two packs of four cans of Brewdog Elvis Juice from Tesco for refreshment. I was expecting this to cost £12.00 but it was actually only £9.00. I'm sure the two for £9.00 offer was not posted on the shelf. It works out about £1.80 a pint. What do Brewdog charge in their own pubs for it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aqualung View Post
    I went to a firework do yesterday and got two packs of four cans of Brewdog Elvis Juice from Tesco for refreshment. I was expecting this to cost £12.00 but it was actually only £9.00. I'm sure the two for £9.00 offer was not posted on the shelf. It works out about £1.80 a pint. What do Brewdog charge in their own pubs for it?
    A year ago I paid £4.95 for 2/3 in the Birmingham bar.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aqualung View Post
    I went to a firework do yesterday and got two packs of four cans of Brewdog Elvis Juice from Tesco for refreshment. I was expecting this to cost £12.00 but it was actually only £9.00. I'm sure the two for £9.00 offer was not posted on the shelf. It works out about £1.80 a pint. What do Brewdog charge in their own pubs for it?
    That's a great deal.I often buy 3 x 330cl bottles for £5.25 which works out at £3 a pint,but worth it for refreshment while at home or steering a narrowboat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bucking Fastard View Post
    That's a great deal.I often buy 3 x 330cl bottles for £5.25 which works out at £3 a pint,but worth it for refreshment while a home or steering a narrowboat.
    I also discovered another one but not as cheap. It's by Vocation and Yeastie boys and is called Breakfast Club. It's a 6.9% strong stout with Blueberries and Waffled(?!?) costing £2.50 for a 440ml can. It's smooth as silk and tastes fantastic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aqualung View Post
    I also discovered another one but not as cheap. It's by Vocation and Yeastie boys and is called Breakfast Club. It's a 6.9% strong stout with Blueberries and Waffled(?!?) costing £2.50 for a 440ml can. It's smooth as silk and tastes fantastic.
    I think that was my BOTW a few weeks ago.Agree.
    Tesco are doing two packs of Brewdog and a few others for £9.00 special offer.Probably the cheapest beer in the shop.
    Waffles I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bucking Fastard View Post
    or steering a narrowboat.
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