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21x500ml cans of Paulaner Helles Lager - £40.67 with code @ Beer52 (+£12 Amex cashback +£4.68 Quidco premium cashback subs or )
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21x500ml cans of Paulaner Helles Lager - £40.67 with code @ Beer52 (+£12 Amex cashback +£4.68 Quidco premium cashback subs or )

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Posted 15th JunEdited by:"rnem170"

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Hi All,

Reworded my post so it's acceptable to mods.

Price works out at £28 ish guaranteed if you have the offer in your Amex account.

£23.99 if quidco tracks at 11.5% (£4.68). Subscriptions are much higher CB.

Amex offer expires at the end of the month for me.
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zebz00115/06/2020 21:22

This beer is around 17€ for a case of 20 in Germany


And a haircut costs 10p on the streets of Mumbai.
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Links to 10 not 21 offer.
2x 10 pack, plus 1x single can =£40.67 with code
This beer is around 17€ for a case of 20 in Germany
zebz00115/06/2020 21:22

This beer is around 17€ for a case of 20 in Germany


And a haircut costs 10p on the streets of Mumbai.
zebz00115/06/2020 21:22

This beer is around 17€ for a case of 20 in Germany


Have a day off HUKD. Go on treat yourself.
How have you worked out that Quidco cashback?
Keith_Moon15/06/2020 21:37

Have a day off HUKD. Go on treat yourself.


I will, gonna drink this beer in nice German pub in about week time...how about you, going to buy and drink it from a can?
I find Beer52 rip off, not sure if it comes with a happy ending 🤫
zebz00115/06/2020 21:58

I will, gonna drink this beer in nice German pub in about week time...how …I will, gonna drink this beer in nice German pub in about week time...how about you, going to buy and drink it from a can?


I don't need to Ibe got a garage full of IPAs, Blue Moons, and Old Thumpers.....I don't need **** German lager I lived in Hamburg, German beer is so overrated, bland pilsners for the masses who wouldn't know a decent beer if it fell on their head. Enjoy....
Edited by: "Keith_Moon" 15th Jun
I didn't say their prices were great - but £28 for 21 cans (would be better if bottles) 'is' a good price. 12x500 bottles is £21 in majestic. This is free delivery for 9 more @ £28 and if Quidco does track you've made money.

... They sell other beers too by the way
Edited by: "rnem170" 15th Jun
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The cashback on this will be 11.55%, not 82.5%.
rnem17015/06/2020 22:30

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85% is for subscriptions only. I think you need to check the rates again.
Yes. Correct. Sorry. Didn't spot that. £1 a tin isn't a bad price still.
Paulanner 500ml bottles also on 3 for £5 in M&S.
wedge11115/06/2020 22:45

Paulanner 500ml bottles also on 3 for £5 in M&S.


Must be in store only. Not online.

For the cold voters, please find a cheaper deal if you have the Amex offer.
Edited by: "rnem170" 15th Jun
Keith_Moon15/06/2020 22:15

I don't need to Ibe got a garage full of IPAs, Blue Moons, and Old … I don't need to Ibe got a garage full of IPAs, Blue Moons, and Old Thumpers.....I don't need **** German lager I lived in Hamburg, German beer is so overrated, bland pilsners for the masses who wouldn't know a decent beer if it fell on their head. Enjoy....


Haha...you’ve just made me laugh, thanks. Won’t discuss here which beer taste better because it’s a matter of taste. But let me reassure you that millions of people over the world would disagree with you. Each to their own, would say(y)
zebz00115/06/2020 22:59

Haha...you’ve just made me laugh, thanks. Won’t discuss here which beer tas …Haha...you’ve just made me laugh, thanks. Won’t discuss here which beer taste better because it’s a matter of taste. But let me reassure you that millions of people over the world would disagree with you. Each to their own, would say(y)


True, and admittedly i thought i was in beer heaven in Germany, then started getting into ales, Belgian triples & it made me realise just how bland pilsners are. Warsteiner I still like now and then.....I think more as a memory of Hamburg!!
Keith_Moon15/06/2020 23:10

True, and admittedly i thought i was in beer heaven in Germany, then …True, and admittedly i thought i was in beer heaven in Germany, then started getting into ales, Belgian triples & it made me realise just how bland pilsners are. Warsteiner I still like now and then.....I think more as a memory of Hamburg!!


Yes, but I’m not talking about commercialised beers in Germany like warsteiner, Belgium-hoegaarden, Czech Republic-pilsner urquel or Polish-tyskie, or some ales in UK. Paulaner is at best a mediocre beer...there are a lot more tastefull weizens that this, and as you’ve mentioned Belgian witbiers or pilsners in Czech or lagers in Poland, ales in UK. What I’m disagreeing with is your statement about German beer- their beer law is strict, and says that there can’t be more than four ingredients in the beer, so they don’t have much room to make something special like for example Belgians do with their beers. There are tons of microbreweries that are special in their own way with production of the beer like German cologne based kölsh which i personally like because of its freshness. I always try to search local beers and support microbreweries. Cheers

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zebz00115/06/2020 23:40

Yes, but I’m not talking about commercialised beers in Germany like w …Yes, but I’m not talking about commercialised beers in Germany like warsteiner, Belgium-hoegaarden, Czech Republic-pilsner urquel or Polish-tyskie, or some ales in UK. Paulaner is at best a mediocre beer...there are a lot more tastefull weizens that this, and as you’ve mentioned Belgian witbiers or pilsners in Czech or lagers in Poland, ales in UK. What I’m disagreeing with is your statement about German beer- their beer law is strict, and says that there can’t be more than four ingredients in the beer, so they don’t have much room to make something special like for example Belgians do with their beers. There are tons of microbreweries that are special in their own way with production of the beer like German cologne based kölsh which i personally like because of its freshness. I always try to search local beers and support microbreweries. Cheers[Image]


Yeah I did try a lot of micro brewery stuff, Warsteiner was just one we drank in local. Lots of them quite clean & refreshing but I guess once you start getting into Triples, and quality IPAs they are absolutely packed with flavour and have found it hard to go back to straight beers. Germany certainly make some of the best straight beers. Maybe I'll have to give some a bash again now summer is here, if I'm going to have a cold beer I would make it a German one. Cheers
zebz00115/06/2020 23:40

Yes, but I’m not talking about commercialised beers in Germany like w …Yes, but I’m not talking about commercialised beers in Germany like warsteiner, Belgium-hoegaarden, Czech Republic-pilsner urquel or Polish-tyskie, or some ales in UK. Paulaner is at best a mediocre beer...there are a lot more tastefull weizens that this, and as you’ve mentioned Belgian witbiers or pilsners in Czech or lagers in Poland, ales in UK. What I’m disagreeing with is your statement about German beer- their beer law is strict, and says that there can’t be more than four ingredients in the beer, so they don’t have much room to make something special like for example Belgians do with their beers. There are tons of microbreweries that are special in their own way with production of the beer like German cologne based kölsh which i personally like because of its freshness. I always try to search local beers and support microbreweries. Cheers[Image]


Do you know anywhere to get this kinda German beer in the UK, by any chance? Reasonable cost would be a big bonus.
unreality19/06/2020 02:03

Do you know anywhere to get this kinda German beer in the UK, by any …Do you know anywhere to get this kinda German beer in the UK, by any chance? Reasonable cost would be a big bonus.


Hi, you can try this website
beersofeurope.co.uk/del…ils
Delivery is free on orders over £60 or £4.99 if under
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unreality19/06/2020 02:03

Do you know anywhere to get this kinda German beer in the UK, by any …Do you know anywhere to get this kinda German beer in the UK, by any chance? Reasonable cost would be a big bonus.


If by any chance you’ll be travelling to Belgium, go there
trappistwestvleteren.be/en/…les
Voucher MSE11 apparently gets £11 off a £35 or more spend...
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