20 Cans Of Carlsberg For £10 Each In Morrisons
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20 Cans Of Carlsberg For £10 Each In Morrisons

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Found 30th Oct 2014
Noticed in local, but is nationwide and good for those stocking up for the festive season.

£10 for 20 cans of Carlsberg, limited to 4 per person.

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Ahh! Memories of summer!
Got 4 of these back in May/June ... Just ready to re-stock! X)

Original Poster

Admittedly, not to everyone's taste, but a great deal compared to other supermarkets out there at the moment.

No doubt there will be another deal, or Tesco misprice (crosses fingers) before Christmas.

Terrible lager in my opinion, but many will enjoy this.

And at the magic 50p a can voted Hot

Not the best beer, but for that price I'll choke it down.

I'd rather put my genitals in a blender.

Still a cracking deal for those who like it, though.

Why can't they sell half price Talisker

Reading the thread title I thought £200 for 20 cans of lager was pricey.

Glad you clarified it in the body of the post

rkingphoto

I'd rather put my genitals in a blender.Still a cracking deal for those … I'd rather put my genitals in a blender.Still a cracking deal for those who like it, though.Why can't they sell half price Talisker



Made me laugh out loud, thank you

Don't forget if you want 4 cases there is an extra £5 off £40 spend in the Daily Mail on Sat and the Mail on Sunday.

I'd be all over this if it was anything but Carlsberg (with the exception of Carling).

Still a great price for those who can bear it.

Probably the worst lager in the world.

The heading to me reads like Morrisons have 20 cans of Carlsberg which they are selling for £10 each. Seems a bit pricey...

Absolutely awful brew passed off as a quality lager.
Still a good deal if its your choice.

My 'cheap' go to lager. Far nicer than Carling and Fosters, although would love Becks or Amstell to have an occasional offer....

Pi55 water

Not the best in the world,but still a hot deal.Nice find going to get some tomorrow ,cheers op

Banned

pish water

westendtoo

Reading the thread title I thought £200 for 20 cans of lager was pricey. … Reading the thread title I thought £200 for 20 cans of lager was pricey. Glad you clarified it in the body of the post



Exactly what I read it as

Preferable to Heineken head ache in a can and fosters. About par with carling though to be fair I had some Carlsberg on draught at a relatives pub and it was one of the nicest pints of lager I have ever had, my cousin is meticulous with the pump maintenance though so I guess clean lines make all the difference.

What's the strength of it now? Haven't drank it for years. Many beer manufacturers have been reducing the strength of their products over the last few years. Budweiser 4.8% from 5.0%, Stella 5.0% from 5.2%. See Old Speckled Hen that I sometimes buy when it's on offer has dropped to 5.0% from 5.2% I noticed last week.

Its OK, but Carlsberg Export is better.

Good deal.

You can get cheaper as Tesco have 24 cans for £13 and if you bulk buy and use new customer £15 off £60 spend code works out about 42p a can if you can be bothered.

xenophon

What's the strength of it now? Haven't drank it for years. Many beer … What's the strength of it now? Haven't drank it for years. Many beer manufacturers have been reducing the strength of their products over the last few years. Budweiser 4.8% from 5.0%, Stella 5.0% from 5.2%. See Old Speckled Hen that I sometimes buy when it's on offer has dropped to 5.0% from 5.2% I noticed last week.



Carlsberg is the weakest available at 3.8%. Pretty much the worst lager going.

Carling and Fosters aren't much better, but atleast they're 4.0%

Foxy47

Carlsberg is the weakest available at 3.8%. Pretty much the worst lager … Carlsberg is the weakest available at 3.8%. Pretty much the worst lager going.Carling and Fosters aren't much better, but atleast they're 4.0%



Could of swore ordinary Carlsberg used to be higher than that. Another I haven't tried in cans for a long time is Heineken. That used to be the weakest of the the standard bunch at about 3.5% if my recollection is correct. Not sure I've seen Heineken in cans these days only bottles. Either that or my eyes have been trained over the years just to blank them out when I'm in the supermarket.

Banned

Stella is now 4.8%

Drivers choice

mattr

Its OK, but Carlsberg Export is better.



"So good, the people from Northampton hate to see it leave!"

willysnapper

Ahh! Memories of summer!Got 4 of these back in May/June ... Just ready to … Ahh! Memories of summer!Got 4 of these back in May/June ... Just ready to re-stock! X)



Its taken you 6 months to get through 4 crates of lager ?

xenophon

Could of swore ordinary Carlsberg used to be higher than that. Another I … Could of swore ordinary Carlsberg used to be higher than that. Another I haven't tried in cans for a long time is Heineken. That used to be the weakest of the the standard bunch at about 3.5% if my recollection is correct. Not sure I've seen Heineken in cans these days only bottles. Either that or my eyes have been trained over the years just to blank them out when I'm in the supermarket.



Regular Carlsberg cans in the 90's were always 4.2% abv. Before being reduced to 4% and these days just 3.8%. Pub version of Carlsberg in my time however has always been 3.8% (draught version of Stella used to be 5.1% even back in the old days when the cans and bottles were 5.2%). Carling also went down to 4% from 4.1%. Fosters used to have quite a nice Export version at 5% which was later downgraded to 4.9% before being discontinued (not sure if Fosters Gold is the same I've not tried it). Heineken had two UK versions; regular, which went on to be known as the now defunct "Cold Filtered" and Export - weighing in at 3.6% and 5% respectively. The remaining stronger version is now simply known as "Heineken," available in 330ml cans and bottles and 500ml cans, and comes brewed in the Netherlands.

ChrisUK

Its taken you 6 months to get through 4 crates of lager ?


...and 6 litres of Whisky...and several cases of ♪ Red, Red Wine! ♪ X)
Unlike the majority here, I have the time to savour life's pleasures! ...when I'm in the UK

Girlsberg!

Taksim_Red

Regular Carlsberg cans in the 90's were always 4.2% abv. Before being … Regular Carlsberg cans in the 90's were always 4.2% abv. Before being reduced to 4% and these days just 3.8%. Pub version of Carlsberg in my time however has always been 3.8% (draught version of Stella used to be 5.1% even back in the old days when the cans and bottles were 5.2%). Carling also went down to 4% from 4.1%. Fosters used to have quite a nice Export version at 5% which was later downgraded to 4.9% before being discontinued (not sure if Fosters Gold is the same I've not tried it). Heineken had two UK versions; regular, which went on to be known as the now defunct "Cold Filtered" and Export - weighing in at 3.6% and 5% respectively. The remaining stronger version is now simply known as "Heineken," available in 330ml cans and bottles and 500ml cans, and comes brewed in the Netherlands.



Any views on the reason for these reductions? Pressure from government? Cutting costs? Both?

xenophon

Any views on the reason for these reductions? Pressure from government? … Any views on the reason for these reductions? Pressure from government? Cutting costs? Both?



The first Stella drop to 5% was to shed the old "Wife Beater" tag. Putting it on par with their rivals instead of being that little bit stronger. The subsequent reductions to 4.8% was for tax purposes. Bud, Beck's, Grolsch, Carlsberg, Holsten etc. Although appearing like rivals brands on the surface are all in factl run by the same company as Stella - InBev - and all followed suit.

France still has 5% Stella and in Belgium it's remained 5.2% still. Several years ago the Kronenbourg 1664 in France (which outsells Stella by some distance) used to be a whopping 6.3%. It's a more modest 5.5% these days, having spent a few years at 5.9% in between, but still stronger than the stuff we get.

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Edited by: "Taksim_Red" 3rd Nov 2014
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