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Shepherd Neame Double Stout 500ml 99p Home Bargains

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Saw a couple of cheap 'beers' in Home Bargains just now. These are from Shepherd Neame (other posted seperately) so thought I'd post. The Double Stout is the one in the deal thumbnail. Been on th… Read More
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Saw a couple of cheap 'beers' in Home Bargains just now.
These are from Shepherd Neame (other posted seperately) so thought I'd post.

The Double Stout is the one in the deal thumbnail. Been on the Shepherd Neame web and the label there is different and that is 5.2% this is 3.8%.

Dated Feb 15.

3/5 stars at ratebeer (too few ratings for a percentage score).
- sylv
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I've seen the 3.8% version in Sweden. AIUI, it's specially produced for Nordic countries where 3.8% is the maximum strength that supermarkets can sell.
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sylv
I've seen the 3.8% version in Sweden. AIUI, it's specially produced for Nordic countries where 3.8% is the maximum strength that supermarkets can sell.

Interesting since this and the other I've just posted about is Ace Ale here is also 3.8%. Wonder if Nordic agreements have fallen through? To our advantge anyways.


Edited By: Meathotukdeals on Dec 05, 2014 20:18
#3
Yes, could well be for-export overproduction being disposed of through HB.
#4
Yes had a few of these some time back really tasty stout well worth further investigation.
Lidl had the 5.2% version in the week with a different label
for £1.49 a bottle but haven't tried it yet :3
#5
Well it isn't too bad. The last drinks I had like this were Guiness Exports. This is not as flavoursome and could be thought of as a watered down version but for a quid its not bad IMO and I will buy a few more. The Ace Ale however was yuck IMO.
#6
Obviously the 5.2% version is much better but this is a pretty tasty drop for 99p and will prove to be a much better session beer for the Xmas period.

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