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2 for £4 - Bad Co Milkshake IPA @ Morrisons
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2 for £4 - Bad Co Milkshake IPA @ Morrisons

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Posted 29th Oct
This is a cracking Milkshake IPA - and a steal at £2 a can.

5.8% ABV

And a decent review on Untappd too -

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qwales29/10/2019 14:07

It must be amazing for 440ml at £2


Carling drinker?
qwales29/10/2019 16:13

I haven't tried it no, I tend to drink the SA Gold, Hobgoblin Gold, …I haven't tried it no, I tend to drink the SA Gold, Hobgoblin Gold, Hatherwood Green Gecko from Lildi at £1.25 or less for 500ml. Often get one of these for a £1 a bottle at Morrissons or Asda. If you're happy to pay £2 for a can of "Milkshake", crack on, it just doesn't seem like much of a deal to me.


You've listed three meh beers. Some things in life aren't about spending the least amount of money for a highly drinkable beer, sometimes you've got to pay a bit more and get something truly great. Don't search for beers from Cloudwater brewery in Manchester, you'll fall off your chair .
£2 for a can of this is reasonable, they're normally £3 a can.

It's worth a punt if you like good tasting beer.
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It must be amazing for 440ml at £2
Shame they don't update all their stores with the new beer ranges
powerhousenath29/10/2019 14:18

Shame they don't update all their stores with the new beer ranges



Yes, I've noticed this too.
qwales29/10/2019 14:07

It must be amazing for 440ml at £2



You don't drink milkshake IPA then, no?
qwales29/10/2019 14:07

It must be amazing for 440ml at £2


Carling drinker?
AndyP198429/10/2019 14:25

You don't drink milkshake IPA then, no?



I haven't tried it no, I tend to drink the SA Gold, Hobgoblin Gold, Hatherwood Green Gecko from Lildi at £1.25 or less for 500ml. Often get one of these for a £1 a bottle at Morrissons or Asda. If you're happy to pay £2 for a can of "Milkshake", crack on, it just doesn't seem like much of a deal to me.
Edited by: "qwales" 29th Oct
£2 for a can of this is reasonable, they're normally £3 a can.

It's worth a punt if you like good tasting beer.
Just put a shot (large) of rum in a banana McDonald's milkshake - cheaper and stronger
Hasn’t it always been this price? This is one of their better ones along with one of the DIPAS (v4 I think). Definitely worth the £2
qwales29/10/2019 16:13

I haven't tried it no, I tend to drink the SA Gold, Hobgoblin Gold, …I haven't tried it no, I tend to drink the SA Gold, Hobgoblin Gold, Hatherwood Green Gecko from Lildi at £1.25 or less for 500ml. Often get one of these for a £1 a bottle at Morrissons or Asda. If you're happy to pay £2 for a can of "Milkshake", crack on, it just doesn't seem like much of a deal to me.


Yep, definitely not aimed at you.
red_dwarfer29/10/2019 18:12

Hasn’t it always been this price? This is one of their better ones along w …Hasn’t it always been this price? This is one of their better ones along with one of the DIPAS (v4 I think). Definitely worth the £2


38839531-f1AvT.jpgThis one is in my local 2 for £4.
Also had big cans on Breeding Hazy Jane for £3. Both very nice.
I'll give it a try. Some beers are worth the premium price, others are a rip-off. I consider myself a very experienced beer drinker (and amateur brewer) with decades of experience, but I can't abide the new breed of craft beer snobs.
Nice one! Cheers
qwales29/10/2019 16:13

I haven't tried it no, I tend to drink the SA Gold, Hobgoblin Gold, …I haven't tried it no, I tend to drink the SA Gold, Hobgoblin Gold, Hatherwood Green Gecko from Lildi at £1.25 or less for 500ml. Often get one of these for a £1 a bottle at Morrissons or Asda. If you're happy to pay £2 for a can of "Milkshake", crack on, it just doesn't seem like much of a deal to me.


You've listed three meh beers. Some things in life aren't about spending the least amount of money for a highly drinkable beer, sometimes you've got to pay a bit more and get something truly great. Don't search for beers from Cloudwater brewery in Manchester, you'll fall off your chair .
MIDURIX29/10/2019 20:19

You've listed three meh beers. Some things in life aren't about spending …You've listed three meh beers. Some things in life aren't about spending the least amount of money for a highly drinkable beer, sometimes you've got to pay a bit more and get something truly great. Don't search for beers from Cloudwater brewery in Manchester, you'll fall off your chair .


Nail. Head!
MIDURIX29/10/2019 20:12

[Image] This one is in my local 2 for £4.Also had big cans on Breeding …[Image] This one is in my local 2 for £4.Also had big cans on Breeding Hazy Jane for £3. Both very nice.




I didn't think much of the DIPA but enjoyed the other Bad Co beers I've tried.
Had the milkshake for £2 since it was released but the other bad co ones I have seen for £2.20 so perhaps that’s where the 2 for £4 comes from. Either way the milkshake is lovely. Though the other bad co ones were a bit meh for me. Heat all the same.
MIDURIX29/10/2019 20:19

You've listed three meh beers. Some things in life aren't about spending …You've listed three meh beers. Some things in life aren't about spending the least amount of money for a highly drinkable beer, sometimes you've got to pay a bit more and get something truly great. Don't search for beers from Cloudwater brewery in Manchester, you'll fall off your chair .


Or admundstan brewery. The nicest beers ever created 👌.
£2 a can in Asda Lincoln at the minute. Bought a couple after reading this thread, very nice! Thanks for the heads up 🏻
DANMIT29/10/2019 20:27

Or admundstan brewery. The nicest beers ever created 👌.


They are beautiful beers. Have you tried nocte beers? Hard to find but absolutely beautiful beers from Norway. I get admundstan beers from beer ritz at a very good price. Where do you get them from?
MIDURIX29/10/2019 20:19

You've listed three meh beers. Some things in life aren't about spending …You've listed three meh beers. Some things in life aren't about spending the least amount of money for a highly drinkable beer, sometimes you've got to pay a bit more and get something truly great. Don't search for beers from Cloudwater brewery in Manchester, you'll fall off your chair .


I agree about cloudwater prices they are ludicrous. I remember speaking to a friend who runs a beer emporium in the North East. He agreed that cloudwater are totally overpriced. He said people buy them because cloudwater have won awards and want to impress people. Beers from breweries like Durham and Wylam are far superior and cheaper too.
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