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Aldi Tribute Ale Bottles £1.25 each

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2y, 5m agoFound 2 years, 5 months ago
Welcome to my first deal. Tribute is an excellent ale which is produced by St. Austall brewery. This is such a pleasant beer to drink in the summer and costs around £2 at the leading supermarkets. The price comparison website in the link show this to be a great deal. I'm sure to get criticised by someone so I'll include the words drink responsibly. It may not be a special offer but a saving of 75p per bottle is bound to be of benefit to someone.

Scores 48 overall (86 style) at ratebeer.
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#1
Congrats on your first post, which is a good deal....but, the leading supermarkets have similar deals on at the moment - Tesco 4 for £6, and even cheaper at Asda: 4 for £5.
It's a good deal, just letting you know in case you weren't aware (and were planing on stocking up ;)

Edited By: jeczap on Jun 22, 2014 18:52
#2
Aldi has been the best for beer all year. Jennings & Banks bitter 99p, and a good selection at £1.25 including Old Peculiar, Black Sheep, etc etc. Not seen the Tribute before, will try that next time I'm stocking up, thanks.
#3
Yeah they have had Bank's bitter for 99p for quite a while now , don't know how Aldi do it
when i popped into Park Brewery in Wolverhampton last year in there shop they wanted £1.70 a bottle
and they make it there .
#4
knocka
Yeah they have had Bank's bitter for 99p for quite a while now , don't know how Aldi do it
when i popped into Park Brewery in Wolverhampton last year in there shop they wanted £1.70 a bottle
and they make it there .
Might make it there but its probably bottled elsewhere and its the bottling plants that sell on to wholesale n supermarkets.
#5
Thanks for the comments. Has anyone tried the Aldi Rjoja (Baron Amarillo Rioja Reserva)? It's my favourite wine at the moment. It used to be £6.25 now its £5.99.
#6
Sounds good, I'll pop in tonight :)
#7
This is made down the road from me and its great stuff to have out with the BBQ
4 Likes #8
This is not the best ale in the world...
...this is just a tribute.
Sorry.
#9
Is actually spelt St. Austell, or as the locals call it, St. Awful.
#10
B&M have some astonishing beer finds at the moment. There's another Cornish ale I picked up from there called Black Pearl from the Woodenhand Brewery for a similar price to this and a few American ones from Shiphead priced at just 79p (all genuine imports, not brewed in Northampton!).
#11
I hate this one from this tho this is cheap! i love their HSD... High Speed Death...its just sooo nice
#12
PS - Aldi if you're reading this, PLEASE stock at least one non-alcoholic beer in your UK stores!
#13
Non alcoholic beer!! Hhhhmmm lovely
#14
Popped in and bought some. Better taste than I imagined
#15
Good stuff! I will have a look in my local.
#16
Where is your local store? I actually work at Aldi but I haven't seen this!
#17
Aldi tend to have the usual old peculier, banks' in most stores but usually also have more local offerings for example when I was on holiday in Cornwall they had skinners Betty Stoggs, helping an honey and Cornish knocker. My local in burton on Trent has a level yips called tower imperial. All these are £1.25, a great buy imo
#18
Oops should have been hiliganhoney
#19
knocka
Yeah they have had Bank's bitter for 99p for quite a while now , don't know how Aldi do it
when i popped into Park Brewery in Wolverhampton last year in there shop they wanted £1.70 a bottle
and they make it there .

Aldi have a supplier arrangement with Marstons, hence the Marstons owned brands like Banks, Jennings and Wychwood being offered for decent prices.

I've seen Bank's Mild for £1 in the supermarkets and a bit of patience pays off because the big supermarkets frequently do £1 bottle ale deals.
#20
mjt1337
Is actually spelt St. Austell, or as the locals call it, St. Awful.
Actually they call it Stozzle

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