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Samuel Adams Boston Lager 330ml 59p @ Iceland Warehouse (Lincoln)

£0.59 @ Iceland
Taken from RateMyBeer.com Dev, 50 "This beer is neat to look at, and it has a good head. But my good impression ends there. It has a taste that is like a cheap gin. I wasn't sure if I was supposed… Read More
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Dev, 50
"This beer is neat to look at, and it has a good head. But my good impression ends there. It has a taste that is like a cheap gin. I wasn't sure if I was supposed to drink it straight or mix it with tonic water and a lime slice!"

Can't please everyone I guess

Happy drinking
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1 Like #1
Sam Adams is a great beer and that's a great price if you can get it. Have some heat.
4 Likes #2
A lincoln store stocking Boston beer? Treachery!
1 Like #3
This beer is neat to look at, and it has a good head. But my good impression ends there. It has a taste that is like a cheap gin

Think he might be talking about an ex, not a beer :{
#4
It's good beer. Heat.
1 Like #5
Rich069
A lincoln store stocking Boston beer? Treachery!
Could be worse, they could stock a New York beer.
The world owes a lot to Lincolnshire.
#7
They are both gags on Lincs places, Boston and New York in Lincs.
1 Like #8
Is this real Sam Adams, or the totally unrelated brewed in the UK rubbish?
#9
Also in Ormskirk store which opened today
#10
tea_hawk
Is this real Sam Adams, or the totally unrelated brewed in the UK rubbish?

330ml so the UK brewed variety. I was in New York recently and had a pint of draught Sam Adams - the difference is pretty big. The US version has much more depth and is much, much less fizzy (which is my main complaint of the UK brewed aberration).
#11
Another to add to the list of beers killed by being brewed in the UK.

Stella
Cobra
Becks
Samuel Adams

Always too fizzy.
#12
anewkillerstar
tea_hawk
Is this real Sam Adams, or the totally unrelated brewed in the UK rubbish?
330ml so the UK brewed variety. I was in New York recently and had a pint of draught Sam Adams - the difference is pretty big. The US version has much more depth and is much, much less fizzy (which is my main complaint of the UK brewed aberration).

I'd agree with that. For this price, I'd buy it and enjoy it, but the 'real' Sam Adams is a lot better.

Voted hot
5 Likes #13
#14
JaaTurner

Yes, i believe they deserved to die, and i hope they burn in hell!
#15
Absolute toilet water.Would rather drink meths.Yanks can't brew beer FACT
1 Like #16
muckspreader1
Absolute toilet water.Would rather drink meths.Yanks can't brew beer FACT

Woah, that's not entirely true.... The US version of this is cracking.

This UK version is rank.

Any deals for meths at the moment?
2 Likes #17
ro53ben
Another to add to the list of beers killed by being brewed in the UK.
Stella
Cobra
Becks
Samuel Adams
Always too fizzy.
The list is a lot longer than that, I think k every tinned lager in the supermarket is brewed in the UK. Non UK brewed beer :

Lager:
Heineken, holland
Estrella, Spain
Moretti, italy
Per one, italy
Bavaria Holland?

Craft beer
Sierra nevada, usa
Brooklyn lager, usa
Erdinger, Germany
Hoegarden, Germany

Basically anything expensive and bottled, and nice
#18
thearbiter65
anewkillerstar
tea_hawk
Is this real Sam Adams, or the totally unrelated brewed in the UK rubbish?
330ml so the UK brewed variety. I was in New York recently and had a pint of draught Sam Adams - the difference is pretty big. The US version has much more depth and is much, much less fizzy (which is my main complaint of the UK brewed aberration).
I'd agree with that. For this price, I'd buy it and enjoy it, but the 'real' Sam Adams is a lot better.
Voted hot

You cannot compare a draught beer to a bottled beer? I can't think of one bottled beer that comes anywhere near close to resembling the draught version.
I was drinking their Winter Lager when in Boston in November, loved it. Not even going to try this but voting hot purely for the price.


Edited By: kw21 on Feb 14, 2017 16:20
#19
kw21
thearbiter65
anewkillerstar
tea_hawk
Is this real Sam Adams, or the totally unrelated brewed in the UK rubbish?
330ml so the UK brewed variety. I was in New York recently and had a pint of draught Sam Adams - the difference is pretty big. The US version has much more depth and is much, much less fizzy (which is my main complaint of the UK brewed aberration).
I'd agree with that. For this price, I'd buy it and enjoy it, but the 'real' Sam Adams is a lot better.
Voted hot
You cannot compare a draught beer to a bottled beer? I can't think of one bottled beer that comes anywhere near close to resembling the draught version.
I was drinking their Winter Lager when in Boston in November, loved it. Not even going to try this but voting hot purely for the price.

Maybe I should have been clearer. Whilst in Vegas staying at Ceasars, they would bring Sam Adams over when I was on the machines. The American one tasted more hoppy and full bodied than the brewed under licence version in the U.K.
1 Like #20
Oh I'm with you now. You were comparing a draught beer with another draught beer..... On a bottle beer thread?
OK. Oh well, seeing as I'm here... Last weekend's weather forecast will be dry and sunny on Saturday and cold and wet on Sunday.
#21
kw21
Oh I'm with you now. You were comparing a draught beer with another draught beer..... On a bottle beer thread?
OK. Oh well, seeing as I'm here... Last weekend's weather forecast will be dry and sunny on Saturday and cold and wet on Sunday.

No.... bottled beer in Vegas with bottled beer in UK. I'll make sure to take photos next time so it's REALLY clear for you :-) :-)

Wouldn't it be....... Last weekends (no apostrophe needed) weather WAS..... You can't forecast something in the past. The weather wasn't just cold it was bloody freezing!



Edited By: thearbiter65 on Feb 14, 2017 19:53
#22
The US Brewed Sam Adams is very good. Had the UK Sam Adams from a bottle and it was ok but not as good as the US Brewed version (not tried the canned version) . Also the UK versions of Fosters and 4X are not a patch on the Australian Originals
#23
mart321
ro53ben
Another to add to the list of beers killed by being brewed in the UK.
Stella
Cobra
Becks
Samuel Adams
Always too fizzy.
The list is a lot longer than that, I think k every tinned lager in the supermarket is brewed in the UK. Non UK brewed beer :

Lager:
Heineken, holland
Estrella, Spain
Moretti, italy
Per one, italy
Bavaria Holland?

Craft beer
Sierra nevada, usa
Brooklyn lager, usa
Erdinger, Germany
Hoegarden, Germany

Basically anything expensive and bottled, and nice



particularly like Brooklyn Lager
2 Likes #24
muckspreader1
Absolute toilet water.Would rather drink meths.Yanks can't brew beer FACT

Totally wrong. On a road trip from Seattle to Los Angeles I had some amazing American beers. Oregon in particular had so many amazing beers.
#25
ro53ben
Another to add to the list of beers killed by being brewed in the UK.

Stella
Cobra
Becks
Samuel Adams

Always too fizzy.


Cobra was invented in Britain and is brewed here. It is an 'Indian style' lager. It's not fizzy either.
#26
mart321
ro53ben
Another to add to the list of beers killed by being brewed in the UK.
Stella
Cobra
Becks
Samuel Adams
Always too fizzy.
The list is a lot longer than that, I think k every tinned lager in the supermarket is brewed in the UK. Non UK brewed beer :

Lager:
Heineken, holland
Estrella, Spain
Moretti, italy
Per one, italy
Bavaria Holland?

Craft beer
Sierra nevada, usa
Brooklyn lager, usa
Erdinger, Germany
Hoegarden, Germany

Basically anything expensive and bottled, and nice



Hoegaarden is a Belgian beer.
#27
thearbiter65

Wouldn't it be....... Last weekends (no apostrophe needed)

No.
#28
ezzer72
thearbiter65

Wouldn't it be....... Last weekends (no apostrophe needed)
No.

Ok
#29
blackanchorage
mart321
ro53ben
Another to add to the list of beers killed by being brewed in the UK.
Stella
Cobra
Becks
Samuel Adams
Always too fizzy.
The list is a lot longer than that, I think k every tinned lager in the supermarket is brewed in the UK. Non UK brewed beer :

Lager:
Heineken, holland
Estrella, Spain
Moretti, italy
Per one, italy
Bavaria Holland?

Craft beer
Sierra nevada, usa
Brooklyn lager, usa
Erdinger, Germany
Hoegarden, Germany

Basically anything expensive and bottled, and nice



particularly like Brooklyn Lager


Be carefull if you get this from Asda. Got a 4 pack last week what was 2 months out of date.
#30
JaaTurner
classic chappelle! X)
#31
British brewers aren't infallible

We have ruined our own "great" beers too

Thanks to tax
#32
Anyone seen these in any other Iceland warehouses?
#33
None in the Old Kent Road warehouse :(

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