20% off on 4 or more Single Beer and Ciders from Tesco in store and online
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20% off on 4 or more Single Beer and Ciders from Tesco in store and online

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Edited by:"Badbear"Found 6th Sep 2017
King Goblin is my husband's beer of choice but it's flippin' expensive at 4 for £6 at Morrisons being the best deal I can find. Tesco is taking 20% off 4 or more bottles from their single beers or ciders. Which means King Goblin works out to be £1.44 per bottle.

Loads of other beers and ciders in the choice of course. Pimms Cider Cup, Hobgoblin etc.

List of beers and ciders on offer

Offer valid for delivery from 29/8/2017 until 18/9/2017

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Based on 4 for 6 pounds, this is only cheaper on anything less than 1.87 per bottle to begin with. 4 bottles of cider at 2 pounds each would cost 6.40.
£1.29 LOADS of bitters at the moment in Aldi. Beer festival. Yes includes lots of known brands (hobgoblin too)
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You'll not find KING Goblin for cheaper than this.
Op, compare to Morrison offer 4 for £6, you only saving 6p per bottle? I suppose still savings but not worth traveling distance.
Edited by: "littel.helper" 6th Sep 2017
littel.helper20 m ago

Op, compare to Morrison offer 4 for £6, you only saving 6p per bottle? I …Op, compare to Morrison offer 4 for £6, you only saving 6p per bottle? I suppose still savings but not worth traveling distance.

I'd rather stick with Asda and Morrisons and support their 4 for £6, before they get greedy and go the same way as Tesco. When did Asda's offer change from £5 to 6?
Looks like Tesco has upped its game - some interesting beers there (Brewdog, Thornbridge, Stone, Flying Dog...) but the price of these 330ml (small bottle) "craft beers" is pretty much the same as the 500ml "normal" bottles. A rip-off methinks but the customer chooses...
EDIT: just had a look and there's loads of (ubiquitous) IPAs and how many quality stouts/ports? 1. Brewdog Jet Black Heart. But its a good one.
Edited by: "Musicrab" 6th Sep 2017
The normal Hobgoblin (5.2%) is £1.25 a bottle, so £1 a bottle on this deal.
If anybody reading here is interested in darker beers (doubt it but you never know); the Redwell Kofra Stout was bad (bad as in there was a brewing problem and should never have been canned; getting money back tomorrow). The Bewdog Jet Black Heart is, however, spot on.
Edited by: "Musicrab" 6th Sep 2017
Not as good as the normal 4 for £6 offer that is normally on but with this offer you can include all single bottles/cans so gives you the chance to get more
woldranger15 h, 37 m ago

I'd rather stick with Asda and Morrisons and support their 4 for £6, …I'd rather stick with Asda and Morrisons and support their 4 for £6, before they get greedy and go the same way as Tesco. When did Asda's offer change from £5 to 6?


Asda changed their offer quite a while ago, I think it was just after the duty increase in the last budget.

Although this Tesco offer doesn't give much of a discount (if any) over the prices in the 4 for £6 offers elsewhere, there are a few decent prices, e.g.

Duvel £1.60
Duvel Vedett IPA £1.52
Westmalle Dubbel £1.68
Brewdog Mr President IPA £1.84
I need to try Ripsaw from Aldi
Hobgoblin, Bishops Finger and Spitfire are all £1.25/bottle, so £1 on this deal.
Was disappointed with mr president
Popped to Tesco last night and spotted this deal. Picked up 4 random beers from their "craft" section and King Goblin was one of them, really nice. Will have to get some more while it is that cheap.
Might pick up some Brothers cider, works out slightly better than 3 for £5
Includes the Stone Berlin beers too!
It means a great price on Bavaria 500ml bottles - 4 for £3.20!
Don't feel the love for King goblin , mcewans champion is a far better beer and normally in the 4 for £6 deals
Applies to the new Heverlee 660ml bottles of 🍺, so very hot from me!
DivideByZero10 h, 19 m ago

Popped to Tesco last night and spotted this deal. Picked up 4 random beers …Popped to Tesco last night and spotted this deal. Picked up 4 random beers from their "craft" section and King Goblin was one of them, really nice. Will have to get some more while it is that cheap.

I would not call King Goblin a craft beer. The 'craft' tag has been jumped on by all the supermarkets. I have noticed that a few brewers are also redesigning labels to look more craft style
bseal194711 h, 23 m ago

I would not call King Goblin a craft beer. The 'craft' tag has been jumped …I would not call King Goblin a craft beer. The 'craft' tag has been jumped on by all the supermarkets. I have noticed that a few brewers are also redesigning labels to look more craft style



Very true. Would you believe that Heineken are now trying to pass off Fosters Lager as "craft beer"?!!

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bseal194720 h, 44 m ago

I would not call King Goblin a craft beer. The 'craft' tag has been jumped …I would not call King Goblin a craft beer. The 'craft' tag has been jumped on by all the supermarkets. I have noticed that a few brewers are also redesigning labels to look more craft style


Regardless, it's in Tesco's "Craft beer" section. So if anyone is looking for it, it's there - not with the normal Hob'
Edited by: "DivideByZero" 11th Sep 2017
Musicrab6th Sep

If anybody reading here is interested in darker beers (doubt it but you …If anybody reading here is interested in darker beers (doubt it but you never know); the Redwell Kofra Stout was bad (bad as in there was a brewing problem and should never have been canned; getting money back tomorrow). The Bewdog Jet Black Heart is, however, spot on.


Yeah I'm a stout fan, but not lactose stouts bleugh....

I rate Guinness foreign extra for a supermarket available stout.. Fullers London Porter is very nice too.. but may I recommend Magic Rocks Common Grounds Triple Coffee Porter...

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Yumma yumma ;-D
JamesSmith3 h, 38 m ago

but may I recommend Magic Rocks Common Grounds Triple Coffee Porter


Of-course you can. Is it in the Tesco offer though?
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