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4 pack of guinness foreign extra -£5.50 [save £1.39)

£5.50 @ Tesco
imported from nigeria. 325Ml SAVE £1.39 Was £6.89 Now £5.50 found in the world foods aisle. Ingredients: Water, Sorghum, Wheat, Malt, Barley, Roasted Barley and Hops, Contains Wheat & B… Read More
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2y, 6m agoFound 2 years, 6 months ago
imported from nigeria.

325Ml

SAVE £1.39 Was £6.89 Now £5.50

found in the world foods aisle.

Ingredients:

Water, Sorghum, Wheat, Malt, Barley, Roasted Barley and Hops, Contains Wheat & Barley
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#1
Four for a Fiver in Asda.

And they're 330ml.

Edited By: peterfoster on Dec 15, 2014 12:28
#2
nah, dont drink this, its horrible compared to the dublin export strength foreign extra
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peterfoster
Four for a Fiver in Asda.

And they're 330ml.
Different beer, different offer. I happen to like both versions so it's stocking up time.
#4
peterfoster
Four for a Fiver in Asda.

And they're 330ml.

No they're not!
#5
According to Wikipedia-

"Guinness Flavour Extract, a dehydrated, hopped wort extract made from barley malt and roasted barley, is used for overseas production of the stout. The syrup is shipped from Ireland, where it is added at the ratio of 1:49 to locally brewed pale beer. In most overseas markets, Guinness Flavour Extract (GFE) is blended with locally brewed beer to produce FES."


I think, on balance, I'll stick to the Dublin brewed stuff....
#6
peterfoster
I think, on balance, I'll stick to the Dublin brewed stuff....

Then you'll miss a great but different beer. Cant guarantee you'll like it's vinous and sweeter richness but you should try it at least once.

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