40 bottles of Coors £20 @ Morrisons
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40 bottles of Coors £20 @ Morrisons

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Found 31st Oct
Big packs on offer in Morrisons, 2 for £20, includes others

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scunny43 m ago

Coors "light" No thanks.


Are you new to beer? Your comment makes no sense.
yespleasesir35 m ago

You'd have to drink 40 just to get tipsy


Why? Because you don't know what you're talking about? It's 4.2ABV which is on par strength wise with any normal lager.

The 'Light' refers to the lighter brewing technique, not a reference to lower alcohol content or lower calories. It just tastes lighter and less malty than a fuller bodied brew.

Are all Morrison's shoppers this clued up?
22 Comments

Coooooooooorrrrr

Simply loveleh

My brother in law loves these. He's on a diet now so I think I'll tell him about these. Ruin his diet !

Coors "light" No thanks.

Not showing online, is this instore only? Store specific?

You'd have to drink 40 just to get tipsy

TAZMANUK3 h, 51 m ago

Simply loveleh



Plenty in the tank sir
Edited by: "sb1970" 31st Oct

scunny43 m ago

Coors "light" No thanks.


Are you new to beer? Your comment makes no sense.
yespleasesir35 m ago

You'd have to drink 40 just to get tipsy


Why? Because you don't know what you're talking about? It's 4.2ABV which is on par strength wise with any normal lager.

The 'Light' refers to the lighter brewing technique, not a reference to lower alcohol content or lower calories. It just tastes lighter and less malty than a fuller bodied brew.

Are all Morrison's shoppers this clued up?

The_Hoff19 m ago

Are you new to beer? Your comment makes no sense.Why? Because you don't …Are you new to beer? Your comment makes no sense.Why? Because you don't know what you're talking about? It's 4.2ABV which is on par strength wise with any normal lager.The 'Light' refers to the lighter brewing technique, not a reference to lower alcohol content or lower calories. It just tastes lighter and less malty than a fuller bodied brew.Are all Morrison's shoppers this clued up?


Not to be pedantic, but it's 4.0ABV.

sb197044 m ago

Plenty in the tank sir

Blinding absolutely blinding...saves you a few Bob as well

MapleLeafs25 m ago

Not to be pedantic, but it's 4.0ABV.


Not that it matters (arguing about 0.2%) but I believe it is indeed 4.2ABV. The reason for my reply was that although naturally lighter in calories, it's not lower alcohol content based on a typical lager. Yes, your reply was pedantic.

efficientdrinker.com/bee…tml
Edited by: "The_Hoff" 31st Oct

@The_Hoff oooohh.... touched a nerve? Don't take it personally buddy. Go and sink a few Coors. That'll make it better

The_Hoff10 m ago

Not that it matters (arguing about 0.2%) but I believe it is indeed …Not that it matters (arguing about 0.2%) but I believe it is indeed 4.2ABV. The reason for my reply was that although naturally lighter in calories, it's not lower alcohol content based on a typical lager. Yes, your reply was pedantic.http://www.efficientdrinker.com/beer/complete-calories-abv.html


And now you make me be more pedantic by proving that it is 4.0%:

groceries.morrisons.com/web…ors

tesco.com/gro…542

sainsburys.co.uk/sho…0ml

groceries.asda.com/pro…661

MapleLeafs30 m ago

And now you make me be more pedantic by proving that it is …And now you make me be more pedantic by proving that it is 4.0%:https://groceries.morrisons.com/webshop/product/Coors-Light-Delivered-Chilled/236791011?from=search&tags=|105651¶m=coors&parentContainer=SEARCHcoorshttps://www.tesco.com/groceries/en-GB/products/280116542https://www.sainsburys.co.uk/shop/gb/groceries/coors-light-15-x-330mlhttps://groceries.asda.com/product/bottled-lagers/coors-light/910002435661



Those links do not "prove" anything at all - they merely show that the assertion of all four of those major supermarkets is that the ABV is 4%. I believe that alcohol can have a natural variation: it seems that EU law allows for plus or minus 0.5%. independent.co.uk/new…tml

The actual ABV could therefore be anything between 3.5% and 4.5% even if I assume that 4% is correct. Therefore, 4.2% could be correct, although it is perhaps less likely that the ABV would be understated than overstated.

These bottles though - they are only 330ml as opposed to 440ml. That's a lot of difference so that the Carling, Carlsberg or Strongbow on this Morrisons offer could work out better. This offer would not apply to Scotland: perhaps they are straight £10 there. It may be better to buy with seven different items in Asda and compare on the Asda Price Guarantee to attempt for 10% off Morrisons' price, as ten per cent could be £2 which could pay for the seven other items required to qualify for the comparison: of course any amount back would be in the form of a voucher to be used against future shopping at Asda (or for people that don't have a Morrisons etc. - this does not include Northern Ireland unfortunately).

EDIT: Or six different items added if trying a mix and match on the alcohol packs and hoping Morrisons' multibuy gets picked up on the Asda checker system. You would, in any event, buy two packs in England or Wales to try for a comparison against Morrisons' multibuy price. The other items would need to be on offers, preferably cheaper, in Morrisons as at the last price collection and all items would need be to in stock on asda.com. They could be combined with the 3 for 2 health and beauty offer as that does not get picked up the APG and therefore makes Asda way cheaper if combined correctly against Morrisons. Or they could be items best price at Asda but non-comparable against Morrisons or, if you don't know what is on offer or not at Morrisons (and quite why that is so hard to find out even if you then go and shop in Asda I don't know), then 10p sweets or things such as loose veg. that aren't significantly more expensive at Morrisons, would be the quickest bet.
Edited by: "Juniper17" 31st Oct

Correct, they can be +/-0.3ABV based on natural ingredient variation. See recent headlines regarding Carling, which was mitigated.

He's trying to be a p***k and succeeding. He's well aware the original comment was made with regard to prevent people assuming 'Light' was related to a low strength beer.

If you dont like coors lite simply move along to another deal. Nothing to see here
hot btw
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The_Hoff31st Oct

Correct, they can be +/-0.3ABV based on natural ingredient variation. See …Correct, they can be +/-0.3ABV based on natural ingredient variation. See recent headlines regarding Carling, which was mitigated.He's trying to be a p***k and succeeding. He's well aware the original comment was made with regard to prevent people assuming 'Light' was related to a low strength beer.


Nah, I was just pointing out the irony that you're mouthing off about people being "clued up" and you've quoted an incorrect figure. (But yes, I'm sure you meant 4.2 +/- 0.3...)

And, yes, I was well aware what your original comment was made with regard to. My most recent deal posted, and many before it, was for Coors Light.

Jog on. P***k.
Edited by: "MapleLeafs" 1st Nov

MapleLeafs1 h, 9 m ago

Nah, I was just pointing out the irony that you're mouthing off about …Nah, I was just pointing out the irony that you're mouthing off about people being "clued up" and you've quoted an incorrect figure. (But yes, I'm sure you meant 4.2 +/ 0.3...)And, yes, I was well aware what your original comment was made with regard to. My most recent deal posted, and many before it, was for Coors Light.Jog on. P***k.


Thanks for your contribution, you're truly invaluable.

The_Hoff54 m ago

Thanks for your contribution, you're truly invaluable.


Same to you.

Voted hot. Decent deal at 50p per bottle. It'll help the diet too!

The_Hoff21 h, 55 m ago

Are you new to beer? Your comment makes no sense.Why? Because you don't …Are you new to beer? Your comment makes no sense.Why? Because you don't know what you're talking about? It's 4.2ABV which is on par strength wise with any normal lager.The 'Light' refers to the lighter brewing technique, not a reference to lower alcohol content or lower calories. It just tastes lighter and less malty than a fuller bodied brew.Are all Morrison's shoppers this clued up?



Not a Morrisons shopper and not new to beer. Been drinking since the early 70's when pish like this didn't exist. You need to relax a bit, deep breaths and chill.

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yespleasesir23 h, 28 m ago

You'd have to drink 40 just to get tipsy


I’ll buy them if you’ll sink 40. Standard larger
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