12 cans of Green King IPA for a £5 (4 Bottles are a fiver in Morrisons) at Home Bargains - HotUKDeals
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Great deal considering how much the bottles are elsewhere. The better half has also discovered they make for an excellent shandy.
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#1
I'm going to give heat for this. Using beer from a tin for making shandy is probably the best you can do with it.
#2
Tried this stuff over Christmas. Couldn't believe how truly vile it was!
#3
Good Stuff!!
#4
shandy?!

tried this stuff last year when it was 99p per pint in spoons, it's horrible. better value getting 3 good beers for £5 in sainsburys or whatever
#5
This offr has been on for Months!

It's boss!!!
#6
schweet... IPA shandys are where it's at (if you must have a shandy)

Deuchars IPA is better though.
#7
Whether you rate this as hot or not depends on if you like IPA or not.

Hot from me :thumbsup:

Though no home bargains near me!
#8
Nothing wrong with Greene King IPA. Quite a decent beer, though if you're a John Smith's drinker you wouldn't appreciate that it actually has a flavour.
#9
GunnerGraham
I think that statement says more about you,than the beer,lol.

The fact you even considered it !!:w00t:


Skips, pot noodle, tango and fellating canines it's all here
#10
spock1958
Nothing wrong with Greene King IPA. Quite a decent beer, though if you're a John Smith's drinker you wouldn't appreciate that it actually has a flavour.


I love a good IPA, sadly this isn't. Tried it a few times and found it to be bland, very bland.

All about personal taste though, and as it is a good price for those that like it I'm tempted to vote hot....
#11
spock1958
Nothing wrong with Greene King IPA. Quite a decent beer, though if you're a John Smith's drinker you wouldn't appreciate that it actually has a flavour.


if you want flavour try hobgoblin or brakspear triple (my favourite). greene king ipa is very bland, but also unpleasant at the same time

the best ipa i've had is romsey ipa
#12
Can anyone confirm this is £5, coz it's £5.99 in my local HB?!?!?!?!?!

Still gets a hot vote from me though. I really like Greene King IPA. I much prefer something abit stronger/heavier, but for the days you want something lighter then this isn't half bad - especially at <50p/can.

HOT
#13
checked my local home bargins today (cardiff) and it was 5.99 a case, still picked up the last one, a realy good deal as far as i'm concerned
is deffinately a nice enough drink, where else can you get an IPA for 50p a can?

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