USA Craft Beer (Stevens Point Brewery) 79p per bottle at Home Bargains - HotUKDeals
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Good quality American craft beer at Home Bargains. Currently selling Point Amber, IPA and Pale Ale all at 79p per bottle. Sells for £1.79 at Sainsburys.
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#1
I bought the last eight bottles I saw in Carlisle after buying a few last weekend. Excellent. Certainly as good as Brew Dog Punk IPA. Not so keen on the malt lager though.
#2
Currently drinking the Pale Ale and it's lovely. Moving on to the IPA next though i'm a big fan of Brew Dog Punk IPA and think it'll take some beating.
#3
So is this actual american beer or just a name, as american's cant make decent beer
#4
Yes it's actually brewed in America. I disagree but each to their own. For 79p go buy yourself a bottle - you might change your mind.
#5
The uneducated think the Yanks only brew Bud. But they do some of the best beers I've ever tasted. You just need to look hard and you will find some crackers.
#6
northwales
So is this actual american beer or just a name, as american's cant make decent beer


Sadly there are plenty if Americans who can brew beer that's far better than most Brits can. In fact I think its fair to say that the recent increase in Brit beer quality has been inspired by the USA. Forget Bud and all that brewed under licence crap, try this, Anchor steam beer, Lagunitas IPA and see the light.
#7
Also for sale at the same price in B&M. Nice beer.
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Brew Dog is ****!
#9
johnnystorm
northwales
So is this actual american beer or just a name, as american's cant make decent beer

Sadly there are plenty if Americans who can brew beer that's far better than most Brits can. In fact I think its fair to say that the recent increase in Brit beer quality has been inspired by the USA. Forget Bud and all that brewed under licence crap, try this, Anchor steam beer, Lagunitas IPA and see the light.
What a load o **** that statement is. Is well know they we have some of the best real ales going. Obviously you are another one of those small minded individuals that thinks all us brits want is Carlsberg or stella.
#10
I tried this a few weeks ago not the best, but at this price a bargain.
#11
Nice price, as per B&M.

Love the IPA
#12
IPA isn't the best. Pale Ale is better. Lager is terrible.
#13
leeparsons
johnnystorm
northwales
So is this actual american beer or just a name, as american's cant make decent beer

Sadly there are plenty if Americans who can brew beer that's far better than most Brits can. In fact I think its fair to say that the recent increase in Brit beer quality has been inspired by the USA. Forget Bud and all that brewed under licence crap, try this, Anchor steam beer, Lagunitas IPA and see the light.
What a load o **** that statement is. Is well know they we have some of the best real ales going. Obviously you are another one of those small minded individuals that thinks all us brits want is Carlsberg or stella.

Well, I did specify "recent" increase, I'm not saying there is no decent UK beer, however if we looked at volumes sold then I bet carlsberg, carling, stella and the like are fighting for the top spots. For too long "Real Ale" was the only proper beer and you have to admit that while many of them are Ok lots are reliant on being called "Hibbertson's Old Bunkum" or some similar daft name.

To see the US influence just pop down the Tesco aisles and see how Green King, Innis & Gunn (shudder), Brains etc are suddenly bashing out 330ml bottle with "craft' in the title. I stand by my original point and I'd like to paraphrase your comment about small-mindedness whenever anyone says American Beer is all fizzy rubbish. :)
#14
johnnystorm
leeparsons
johnnystorm
northwales
So is this actual american beer or just a name, as american's cant make decent beer

Sadly there are plenty if Americans who can brew beer that's far better than most Brits can. In fact I think its fair to say that the recent increase in Brit beer quality has been inspired by the USA. Forget Bud and all that brewed under licence crap, try this, Anchor steam beer, Lagunitas IPA and see the light.
What a load o **** that statement is. Is well know they we have some of the best real ales going. Obviously you are another one of those small minded individuals that thinks all us brits want is Carlsberg or stella.

Well, I did specify "recent" increase, I'm not saying there is no decent UK beer, however if we looked at volumes sold then I bet carlsberg, carling, stella and the like are fighting for the top spots. For too long "Real Ale" was the only proper beer and you have to admit that while many of them are Ok lots are reliant on being called "Hibbertson's Old Bunkum" or some similar daft name.

To see the US influence just pop down the Tesco aisles and see how Green King, Innis & Gunn (shudder), Brains etc are suddenly bashing out 330ml bottle with "craft' in the title. I stand by my original point and I'd like to paraphrase your comment about small-mindedness whenever anyone says American Beer is all fizzy rubbish. :)

You should take a walk into spoons, when they run there festival ales. There are many local breweries that produce some good stuff. Some isn't to my liking i admit that. Then i am into my red and dark ales. I even had ales which where not far off a stout.
Skinners has some fantastic ales. Cornish knocker and betty stogs are very much in favour and even found in Mr T's supermarket. Kent brewery is another awesome one, and there are loads more.
I got to say if you like green king ales, good luck. I have had them, and there fine. There is so much better and taster drinks out there. Cant beat a Spitfire or Bishops finger.
#15
leeparsons
johnnystorm
leeparsons
johnnystorm
northwales
So is this actual american beer or just a name, as american's cant make decent beer

Sadly there are plenty if Americans who can brew beer that's far better than most Brits can. In fact I think its fair to say that the recent increase in Brit beer quality has been inspired by the USA. Forget Bud and all that brewed under licence crap, try this, Anchor steam beer, Lagunitas IPA and see the light.
What a load o **** that statement is. Is well know they we have some of the best real ales going. Obviously you are another one of those small minded individuals that thinks all us brits want is Carlsberg or stella.

Well, I did specify "recent" increase, I'm not saying there is no decent UK beer, however if we looked at volumes sold then I bet carlsberg, carling, stella and the like are fighting for the top spots. For too long "Real Ale" was the only proper beer and you have to admit that while many of them are Ok lots are reliant on being called "Hibbertson's Old Bunkum" or some similar daft name.

To see the US influence just pop down the Tesco aisles and see how Green King, Innis & Gunn (shudder), Brains etc are suddenly bashing out 330ml bottle with "craft' in the title. I stand by my original point and I'd like to paraphrase your comment about small-mindedness whenever anyone says American Beer is all fizzy rubbish. :)

You should take a walk into spoons, when they run there festival ales. There are many local breweries that produce some good stuff. Some isn't to my liking i admit that. Then i am into my red and dark ales. I even had ales which where not far off a stout.
Skinners has some fantastic ales. Cornish knocker and betty stogs are very much in favour and even found in Mr T's supermarket. Kent brewery is another awesome one, and there are loads more.
I got to say if you like green king ales, good luck. I have had them, and there fine. There is so much better and taster drinks out there. Cant beat a Spitfire or Bishops finger.

I live 10 minutes from Adnams brewery so I'm sorted. :)

I think we've come to the conclusion we're not really in that much disagreement. :)
#16
johnnystorm

Sadly there are plenty if Americans who can brew beer that's far better than most Brits can. In fact I think its fair to say that the recent increase in Brit beer quality has been inspired by the USA. Forget Bud and all that brewed under licence crap, try this, Anchor steam beer, Lagunitas IPA and see the light.

Spot on man. My fave is Goose Island IPA.

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