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karpackie polish lager in store only £3.59

£3.59 @ Tesco
just got back from tesco bought this lager in a 4 pack tastes like zywiec to me cost £3.59 dont know if this is nationwide good drop this
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just got back from tesco bought this lager in a 4 pack tastes like zywiec to me cost £3.59 dont know if this is nationwide good drop this
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#1
why so cold? it's a pretty good deal for an international beer...right? even if it a lager...(what's the matter lagerboy...)
#2
This is available online in my area at this price.

A feature is that for my online store, if you go to Lagers, there is now a new option of 'Polish Alcohol' to click on. In fact though, the Karpackie 4 x 500ml bottles is the only item listed when you click on this option, with Zywiec and Tyskie listed under World Beers.

ClashInDevon
banned#3
why would anyone want this ?
banned#4
Damn Polish taking over our beers
#5
rbentley
Damn Polish taking over are beers

you stick to uk brewed muck you ****
#6
cant beat mexican.only a matter of time until polish lager is brewed here anyway.
banned#7
seanjames
you stick to uk brewed muck you ****

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#8
lewt
why would anyone want this ?

Polish lagers taste nicer than cheap rubbish like Carling, Fosters, Stella?

Oh, anyone mentioned Tesco's cheap bottled beer deals at the moment? Seems to be about 25 - 30% off. Lots of cheap ales, etc.
#9
2 rbentley - did you ever try ANY Eastern European beer? From your comments doesn't look that way...
Do yourself a BIG favour - go to Tesco and buy some. You will find they are much better that your Carling, Fosters and other British lager muck... And hey I am talking about lagers here... British ales are very good :)
#10
As a lager drinker, I like tasting as many different lagers as possible. It can be a pain that "foreign" lagers are often brewed in the UK though ... kinda defeats the object of a foreign beer in my opinion.

As I have allegedly "grown up", I consider the likes or Carling, Carlsberg, Fosters and especially 4X as utter garbage. Kronenbourg and Grolsch are okay, but I'm getting bored fast! Proper imported lager is the best in my opinion.

Czech beer is pretty tasty, but I was quite fond of a Peruvian beer that Virgin trains had. The company sent me 1st class, meaning that I got complimentary beer ... so I had a good few of those! Very good - but can't remember the name.
#11
JeeBeePSB
Polish lagers taste nicer than cheap rubbish like Carling, Fosters, Stella?

Oh, anyone mentioned Tesco's cheap bottled beer deals at the moment? Seems to be about 25 - 30% off. Lots of cheap ales, etc.
#12
Stella is not cheap rubbish been drinking it for years had many a good times with Stella, Zywiec is another favourite at the Wetherspoon.
#13
westbrom
Stella is not cheap rubbish been drinking it for years had many a good times with Stella, Zywiec is another favourite at the Wetherspoon.


I don't enjoy Stella that much - it's picked up that nasty "chav-drink" label unfortunately. WS pubs and bars are also not well regarded for me sadly either. Their pints tend to be poured badly from experience (Liverpool, Southampton, Manchester), as well as being quite flat and watery.

One that is worth a look is Cains from Liverpool if you are close by. I know some Asda stores stock it :)
#14
westbrom
Stella is not cheap rubbish been drinking it for years had many a good times with Stella, Zywiec is another favourite at the Wetherspoon.

The good old "wife beater" ...

Zywiec is good, but the Tyskie is nicer. Ococim and some of the other polish lagers are also well worth trying, some of them are veering towards >7% though.
#15
JeeBeePSB
The good old "wife beater" ...

Zywiec is good, but the Tyskie is nicer. Ococim and some of the other polish lagers are also well worth trying, some of them are veering towards >7% though.


You said that if it was a bad thing...

I strongly prefer Tyskie to Zywiec myself... but it's harder to find here in UK.
#16
let's get our drink on, in any case carslberg is easily the best, no doubt, hands tied behind it's back best.
#17
logical_zombie
let's get our drink on, in any case carslberg is easily the best, no doubt, hands tied behind it's back best.


I love the way that sarcasm in written form is really hard to decipher.
#18
I don't enjoy Stella that much - it's picked up that nasty "chav-drink" label unfortunately.


You don't like it because its been labeled a 'chav drink'?!

You should like or dislike it because of the taste dude!!

(Personally I think Stella is ok, I don't drink it much anymore though - more of an Ale person now :D )
#19
as an ale man with ale friends, when it comes to lagers our favourite is heineken (or however its spelt). unless of course there's a really fun sounding beer (in spain there's one called judas which is a bit of a laugh).

hobgoblin all the way though
#20
What the hell are those assclowns at Tesco trying to flog us now.

This reminds me of that episode from Only Fools & Horses when Dellboy has a lorry load of white communion wine.
#21
We have to put up with Cowboy Polish Plumbers and now they're trying to offload their ****** beer.

They can all go home and take their beer with them!
#22
thesilverfox

Czech beer is pretty tasty, but I was quite fond of a Peruvian beer that Virgin trains had. The company sent me 1st class, meaning that I got complimentary beer ... so I had a good few of those! Very good - but can't remember the name.


Was it Cusquena? If it was you can get this in Tesco and Sainsburys

http://www.cusquena.co.uk/
#23
thesilverfox
As a lager drinker, I like tasting as many different lagers as possible.

So do I..........and also the same old ones I usually drink:thumbsup:
#24
Jubjubbird
Was it Cusquena? If it was you can get this in Tesco and Sainsburys

http://www.cusquena.co.uk/


Good man! (or woman)

Shame it wasn't imported, but it was still pretty nice.



As for Stella, no I don't drink it mainly because it gives me headaches, but mostly because it's consumed in the masses by chavs. Sad as it is, I'll be honest.

With the partially racist comments flying around in here, it's clear to see that there is no shortage of honesty actually ...
#25
they may be polish but theres no evidence they cant do the job{plumbing i mean}
#26
Bottle of Unpronouncable please barman!

Zywiec - nice stuff!
#27
seanjames
they may be polish but theres no evidence they cant do the job{plumbing i mean}


Exactly! I have a good example. Had to pull a British plasterer off a job. Wasn't happy with money (even though it was the going rate) and kept coming in late and going early etc. Got a Polish lad in. Did the job (better than the Brit), for the same money (although he would've probably taken less) and worked his Polish nuts off. Got the job done in half the time.
banned#28
It seems a bit ironic that on a money saving site there are people moaning about Polish workers given that they will 99% of the time be cheaper than the more lazy British alternative.
banned#29
is this a moneysaving site ? thought it was a money spendning site....
#30
N20Y1D
It seems a bit ironic that on a money saving site there are people moaning about Polish workers given that they will 99% of the time be cheaper than the more lazy British alternative.


QFT.
#31
For those who are actually interested in buying Polish lager, as opposed to making racist comments or sweeping generalisations, Asda might also be worth checking out.

660 ml bottles of Tyskie and 500ml cans of Zubr are both part of a 'Polish Beers, 2 for £2.30' offer. This offer makes the Tyskie slightly cheaper per litre than the Karpackie in Tesco.

Asda are also doing really good deals on single bottles of beer at the moment. In the Guest Ales section, loads of real ales are £1.20 a bottle. Bombadier (568ml), Newcastle Brown (550ml) and Theakston's Old Peculiar (500ml) are only £1.10 per bottle, which undercuts all other stores and is in fact cheaper than buying 2 of the 4 packs of these bottles for £9 at Asda.

ClashInDevon

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