Marston’s Pedigree brewed in Burton upon Trent - Case Deal £12 @ Lidl - HotUKDeals
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Marston’s Pedigree - Case Deal

Only on till Wednesday so be quick works out to just £1 per bottle.
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#1
Not that it's a big deal, but I think Lidl have made a mistake in the description here.

I don't think Pedigree is Kentish Pale Ale.

ClashInDevon
#2
ClashInDevon
Not that it's a big deal, but I think Lidl have made a mistake in the description here.

I don't think Pedigree is Kentish Pale Ale.

ClashInDevon


You know I think you are right....I just copied an pasted
Have now updated the mistake brewed in Burton upon Trent

Edited By: boltyboy on Oct 11, 2010 15:14: info
#3
Maybe that is why it is cheap. It is a copy brewed by southerners who normally drink lager and Pimms on the Lawn.
banned#4
what % is it?
#5
slamdunkin
what % is it?


Pedigree is 4.5%.

Marston's Beer
Pedigree


ClashInDevon
#6
Been and got a case.
5% It's brewed and bottled in Burton on Trent.
Lovely
#7
eye will
Maybe that is why it is cheap. It is a copy brewed by southerners who normally drink lager and Pimms on the Lawn.


Plenty of good beer & beer drinkers down south.....
#8
Is it tasty Pete_ren?
#9
Not tried it yet, its in the beer fridge chilling, I have had this before and it is a really nice tasty ale and 5% which gives it a nice kick, well worth £1 a bottle.
#10
If it's brewed in Burton it's got to be good. (It's the water you know)
#11
Pete_ren
Not tried it yet, its in the beer fridge chilling, I have had this before and it is a really nice tasty ale and 5% which gives it a nice kick, well worth £1 a bottle.
I personally wouldn't refrigerate this ale, you'll get more flavour at room temperature. Of course, that depends upon the temperature of your room :)
#12
I agree, quality ale should be drunk (lol) at room temperature, or slightly higher, to savour the flavour best, bit like cheese really.
It's only lager that needs chilling, as it's relatively tasteless !
#13
Rosco_2009
eye will
Maybe that is why it is cheap. It is a copy brewed by southerners who normally drink lager and Pimms on the Lawn.


Plenty of good beer & beer drinkers down south.....

eye will
Maybe that is why it is cheap. It is a copy brewed by southerners who normally drink lager and Pimms on the Lawn.


Northern pubs have special pumps hat half fill the beer glass with froth in the knowledge that the locals can't handle full pints
#14
Excellent - My wife's just grabbed the last two cases on the shelf in our local Lidl!
#15
Beers and wines were originally drunk at room temperature when rooms were far colder than the now standard 23deg, possibly not much more than 10-15deg if kept in a cellar or pantry.
If i were to drink this in my local then it would be from hand pump served at the cellar temperature.
#16
Cannot disagree with you there Pete_ren.

Generally, the darker the ale, the warmer it should be served. Personally, I find chilling any ale masks its natural flavours. That said, I have just checked my room temperature, and it is 16 degrees, so maybe that is more consistent with a cellar.
#17
poinsy
Cannot disagree with you there Pete_ren.

Generally, the darker the ale, the warmer it should be served. Personally, I find chilling any ale masks its natural flavours. That said, I have just checked my room temperature, and it is 16 degrees, so maybe that is more consistent with a cellar.


I can't stand cold "real" beer, room temp is best, not like lager where you need it cold to mask the rank taste.
#18
Just picked a case :)

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