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Cheap craft beer - Asda instore

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Went into Asda Kendal today - much of their craft beer was reduced. May be store specific as showing normal prices online BrewDog Dead Pony Club: 12x330ml cans - £10 (normally £15) Brewdog Jack … Read More
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1w, 6d agoFound 1 week, 6 days ago
Went into Asda Kendal today - much of their craft beer was reduced. May be store specific as showing normal prices online

BrewDog Dead Pony Club: 12x330ml cans - £10 (normally £15)

Brewdog Jack Hammer: 4x330ml cans - £5 (normally £8 )

BrewDog Hop Fiction American Pale Ale: 4x330ml cans - £3 (normally £6.07)

Many single cans/ bottles for £1 (normally £1.67 to £2.02) including

- Brew York Little Eagle Session IPA
- Lawless Lagered Beer
- Purity Brewing Co. Longhorn IPA Unfiltered
- Flying Dog Snake Dog India Pale Ale
- Hitachino Nest Saison Du
- Hitachino Nest Beer White Ale
- Maltsmiths Brewing IPA
- Maltsmiths Brewing Pilsner

Needless to say, I bought quite a few!
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1w, 6d agoFound 1 week, 6 days ago
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#1
If you like your craft beer, have you been to the Homebrew festival?
#2
Wish the ones near me stocked all three of the brewdogs :( would of picked up a few hop fiction and some jack hammer to try
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Brewdog 'craft' image doesn't really fit with the stainless steel factory next to the council rubbish/recycling site. :)
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'Craft' is just a marketing term. The reality is that it doesn't mean anything. If you want locally produced ales that are only available in small quantities, you're best buying direct and paying a premium. Anything that is sold through the major grocery retailers isn't going to satisfy that requirement. Personally, if it tastes good, I don't care what it's called or where it's from! :{
#5
Your ASDA is far better than mine. The Stafford one is appalling for decent ales. I think it has only two of those you've mentioned.
#6
diond
Your ASDA is far better than mine. The Stafford one is appalling for decent ales. I think it has only two of those you've mentioned.

Not been there that long and I suspect they are clearing them out - Asda Lancaster doesn't have any of them.
#7
qbs
Brewdog 'craft' image doesn't really fit with the stainless steel factory next to the council rubbish/recycling site. :)
Craft for me is about flavour, not size/ location of brewery.
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tascheman
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Brewdog 'craft' image doesn't really fit with the stainless steel factory next to the council rubbish/recycling site. :)
Craft for me is about flavour, not size/ location of brewery.
A craft brewery or microbrewery is totally different from Brewdog. Have a look. Put Balmacassie Drive, Ellon into Google maps and see for yourself.


Edited By: qbs on May 12, 2017 19:09
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tascheman
qbs
Brewdog 'craft' image doesn't really fit with the stainless steel factory next to the council rubbish/recycling site. :)
Craft for me is about flavour, not size/ location of brewery.
A craft brewery or microbrewery is totally different from Brewdog. Have a look. Put Balmacassie Drive, Ellon into Google maps and see for yourself.

I know good beer - most of what I drink is from microbreweries and I have a world class one (Hawkshead) on my doorstep.

But most Brewdog tastes just as good, so I drink it too and stock up when it's cheap - don't give a toss where it's made.
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tascheman
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tascheman
qbs
Brewdog 'craft' image doesn't really fit with the stainless steel factory next to the council rubbish/recycling site. :)
Craft for me is about flavour, not size/ location of brewery.
A craft brewery or microbrewery is totally different from Brewdog. Have a look. Put Balmacassie Drive, Ellon into Google maps and see for yourself.
I know good beer - most of what I drink is from microbreweries and I have a world class one (Hawkshead) on my doorstep.
But most Brewdog tastes just as good, so I drink it too and stock up when it's cheap - don't give a toss where it's made.
Drinking what you like's fine. Selling an industrial brewery as craft isn't.
From the Brewdog website
"MARTIN AND I (JAMES) WERE BORED OF THE INDUSTRIALLY BREWED LAGERS AND STUFFY ALES THAT DOMINATED THE UK BEER MARKET."
(Then the bit they don't say)
But we saw there was a lot of money in it so we decided to do the same.

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