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ASDA Smart Price lager 50p per litre £0.88

£0.88 @ George (Asda George)
I noticed ASDA Smart Price larger is now on Roll Back and selling for 88p for 4x440ml or 12x440ml for £2.46. Yes it's cheap larger but it ain't that bad. 3% alcohol Read More
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9y, 3m agoFound 9 years, 3 months ago
I noticed ASDA Smart Price larger is now on Roll Back and selling for 88p for 4x440ml or 12x440ml for £2.46. Yes it's cheap larger but it ain't that bad. 3% alcohol
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#1
seriously?

I know we're cheap here but.....
#2
This would be ok to remember for when festival time comes round. The V festivival and leeds and reading do a beer amnesty where they swap any beer for a cold carling.
http://www.carling.com/music/festival/cold-beer-amnesty-game/
Its about £3 for 4 carling....So you can actually save money when going to a fetival, which makes a change. Mind you, it is carling.:-D
#3
I was going to be snobby as I like my real ale, but as long as it is cold and fizzy and I'll drink it.
It's cheaper than pop at that price.

Great for guests, just pour into a glass and keep your good stuff for yourself.
#4
Hmm. I don't think I'd serve this to guests, even poured into a glass, unless I didn't want them to come back!
#5
Would This Beer Be Cheaper Than Paintstripper?:?
#6
Have you ever actually traded in your beer at a festival? I've never seen anyone do it.
Forgot to try it last year.
#7
Would This Beer Be Cheaper Than Paintstripper?

LOL:-D

I think it's nick name is 'Gut Rot' !!!.
#8
debsx
This would be ok to remember for when festival time comes round. The V festivival and leeds and reading do a beer amnesty where they swap any beer for a cold carling.
http://www.carling.com/music/festival/cold-beer-amnesty-game/
Its about £3 for 4 carling....So you can actually save money when going to a fetival, which makes a change. Mind you, it is carling.:-D


Its highly unlikely you will be able to do this at this years leeds and reading... as Carling are no longer the sponsors of the festivals, which means more decent beer will be around hopefully (I like a choice instead of being bombarded by the same stuff all weekend long!), and I don't think the sponsorship has gone to another company yet
#9
Even the slugs would run from this. Gardeners will know what I mean...
#10
3% alcohol 97% dirty water :S
#11
i think the "hoody" brigade will be buying it in there droves, and i honestly think you should be 21 to drink as in america
#12
cadmus
i think the "hoody" brigade will be buying it in there droves, and i honestly think you should be 21 to drink as in america



Agreed about the hoodies but thats a bit far don't you think? I mean what did you do on your 18th birthday?? i suppose you didnt touch a drop or go out or anything until you were 21! I'm 19, and a student and poor, and still wouldnt buy this, but thats my 2 cents! but i think its a little unfair to tar all 18-21 year olds with the same brush, i am never in trouble with police, never get in fights, i and all my mates go out, have drinks, even if we get absolutely drunk, no trouble caused, just get a taxi home, and thats it! and never wear hoodies or burberry! lol. Alcohol is ok, as long as you arent a tit about it and dont abuse it completely!
#13
Mix it with frosty jack or white lighting (snake bite) cheap way to get merry :whistling:
#14
lovely stuff buy it all the time unless you have tasted it you cant criticise it
#15
cadmus
i think the "hoody" brigade will be buying it in there droves, and i honestly think you should be 21 to drink as in america


When have you seen a "hoody":roll: drinking 3% ASDA value cider. Excluding cider they don't buy the cheapest drink available or else they wouldn't buy buckfast/md 20/20.

LMAO at the thought some ned will be going "ASDA value beer is reduced, lets all go stand outside and get someone to buy us all 20 tins each, then we can walk around all night with grocery bags worth of drink"

AS for the age being raised to 21, what a complete waste of time even entertaining that suggestion or thinking about it. Lets reduce 18-20 year olds to drinking on the streets too:roll:
#16
It may taste like a four letter word, but don't forget, you are meant to vote on the deal, not the product - where else can you get 'beer' at this price? Personally I wouldn't drink beer of any sort if you paid me, but I'm sure someone will make use of the deal, so voted hot.
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As op of this deal is was surprised to see it fall to -50 this morning.
I have a question to all those who voted cold.
Have you tried it?

I suppose this deal asks questions about the hot/ cold voting system. Clearly this deal is a great price for "larger" and would be hot, hot, hot if it was Stella. But it is not. Therefore, I suspect, those voting cold are driven by prejudices and ignorance of the product. But then on the flipside can anyone who has not tried this larger vote hot purely on the price?
#18
I agree entirely. I would of thought that this would be the last place that people would assume that something would be bad because it was 'too' cheap, without even trying it. All victims of branding style marketing over actual content? :whistling:

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peroxidase
As op of this deal is was surprised to see it fall to -50 this morning.
I have a question to all those who voted cold.
Have you tried it?

I suppose this deal asks questions about the hot/ cold voting system. Clearly this deal is a great price for "larger" and would be hot, hot, hot if it was Stella. But it is not. Therefore, I suspect, those voting cold are driven by prejudices and ignorance of the product. But then on the flipside can anyone who has not tried this larger vote hot purely on the price?
#19
AadamMoha
Agreed about the hoodies but thats a bit far don't you think? I mean what did you do on your 18th birthday?? i suppose you didnt touch a drop or go out or anything until you were 21! I'm 19, and a student and poor, and still wouldnt buy this, but thats my 2 cents! but i think its a little unfair to tar all 18-21 year olds with the same brush, i am never in trouble with police, never get in fights, i and all my mates go out, have drinks, even if we get absolutely drunk, no trouble caused, just get a taxi home, and thats it! and never wear hoodies or burberry! lol. Alcohol is ok, as long as you arent a tit about it and dont abuse it completely!

dont drink actually - and yes your correct in saying we shouldnt tar every teen with the same brush. dut i do regulaly see groups of swearing youths with there cans outside tesco and asda carparks at night and very intimidating for elderly people . but you sound a decent chap and if only all teens were like you and your friends , it would be a much more pleasent and safe to go out at night - but im drifting of the subject a bit , seems a good deal if you like that kind of thing .
#20
simpson_eh
When have you seen a "hoody":roll: drinking 3% ASDA value cider. Excluding cider they don't buy the cheapest drink available or else they wouldn't buy buckfast/md 20/20.

LMAO at the thought some ned will be going "ASDA value beer is reduced, lets all go stand outside and get someone to buy us all 20 tins each, then we can walk around all night with grocery bags worth of drink"

AS for the age being raised to 21, what a complete waste of time even entertaining that suggestion or thinking about it. Lets reduce 18-20 year olds to drinking on the streets too:roll:

90% of hoodies dont work , so were do they get all there money from to buy this expensive booze, if they got two quid in there pocket there gonna get four cans of this ,its like you saying your on the dole but drink champagne every night . ive seen them time and time again in supermarket carparks at night and they drink whatevers on "SPECIAL" - alco pops , cider , lager etc .
#21
Never tried the stuff but for that price you carnt go wrong even if you buy 4 dont like them bin them its only 88p.
#22
This is not as cheap as Frosty Jack's

£2.99 for 3 litres, and 7.5% alcohol (yes, more expensive per litre, but 2.5 times stronger)

Cider tax is only a third of the tax on beer in an effort to protect the British food industry, though OTOH this Asda beer is being sold for free after tax.
#23
It really doesn't taste that bad, I managed to drink my sample purchase of 4 and will be hunting down a 12 pack...I can't drink canned lager without washing a few down with an alcopop or two.

Still prefer the pub though!
#24
peroxidase
As op of this deal is was surprised to see it fall to -50 this morning.
I have a question to all those who voted cold.
Have you tried it?

I suppose this deal asks questions about the hot/ cold voting system. Clearly this deal is a great price for "larger" and would be hot, hot, hot if it was Stella. But it is not. Therefore, I suspect, those voting cold are driven by prejudices and ignorance of the product. But then on the flipside can anyone who has not tried this larger vote hot purely on the price?


I'm worried. Is it a deal for "Lager" or "Larger (hangovers)"
#25
simpson_eh
When have you seen a "hoody":roll: drinking 3% ASDA value cider.

never, they are more interested in proper lager (5%+ so that they don't have to carry 24cans+ around with them) or cheap spirits.

But then the middle classes are just so intimidated by a few kids that they don't bother to see that. Too interested in their own preconceived fears.

Nothing to do with the deal though, so I dunno why people are bringing up "hoodies".
#26
jnm21
It may taste like a four letter word


.....

No different to stella then. Therefore deserves a hot vote :lol:
#27
if you go to store its actually only 2% although all over the net its claimed to to 3% (i even saw a picture with 3%?), i asked and he confimred its 2%

the same with sainsburys basics lager.. claims on websites of 3% when its 2%.. weird

anyone shed any light on this? do any supermarkets offer a stronger own brand?

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