Bavaria Premium Pils, 4 x 330ml Bottles for £1.59 at Tesco - HotUKDeals
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As per title, packs of 4 x 330ml Bottles of Bavaria Premium Pils are just £1.59 at Tesco.

This works out at £1.20 per litre / 65p per pint.

This is brewed in Holland and is 5% ABV. This deal works out cheaper than the other Tesco deal of 24 x 330ml bottles of UK brewed Stella for £10.

This isn't advertised as an offer, so there is no expiry date as such.
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The wife suprised me yesterday as she had 15 can of carlsberg in her closet from a month ago when morrisons had it for 7.00

Whats this stuff like, always like trying new beer
From Google

Pours a translucent golden color with a fair amount of head. Not much lacing around the glass as you drink. Looks about as I expected, kudos for the green bottle.

The aroma is filled with sweet malt and grains, corn seems especially prominent. There's also some spice in it, and some honey.

The taste is rather on the sweet side, but not overly so. Lots of sweet malt and grain flavors, much like the smell. A very faint grass flavor in there, but much less prominent than Harp.

Very smooth, nicely carbonated and overall very pleasant. Not watery, but also very light in body.

This is a pleasant brew, but certainly nothing ground breaking here. I certainly would not be opposed to drinking one, and I would probably purchase it again if I saw it on sale and was in the mood for a pilsener. Obviously, the German's do it best, but I found it quite refreshing.

Personally I don't like it. I've tried it in cans here & draught over in Holland where they serve it with a large head.

Worth a punt if you want to give it a go though
The name suggests it's Bavarian beer (e.g. brewed in Germany) but it's Dutch lager and tastes like washing-up water.
The name suggests it's Bavarian beer (e.g. brewed in Germany) but it's Dutch lager and tastes like washing-up water.

You drink washing up water do you!!


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