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6 x 330ml cans of Hop House 13 Lager  RTC to £4.50 from £6.00 instore @ Tesco
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6 x 330ml cans of Hop House 13 Lager RTC to £4.50 from £6.00 instore @ Tesco

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Posted 28th MarLocal
Found these in Tesco Great Yarmouth, 6 x 330ml cans of Hop House 13 £4.50 from £6.00 plenty on shelf.
Unsure if nationwide, link for information only as still £6.00 online.

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Twas in my local store too
This is good gear, Going down to my Tesco local tomorrow.
Dishwater thon op sorry
If this were bottles I'd be on it, but I can't drink anything from a can. I get a really metallic taste. But this is still decent enough for anyone who likes hop House 13.
I would check the dates, bought some of this from Morrisons last week and it only has a weeks date left.

Same as some other beers, like the Camden Hells aswell.
Not sure if they have ordered to many and are struggling to get rid.
cbark29/03/2019 09:54

I would check the dates, bought some of this from Morrisons last week and …I would check the dates, bought some of this from Morrisons last week and it only has a weeks date left.Same as some other beers, like the Camden Hells aswell.Not sure if they have ordered to many and are struggling to get rid.

Morrisons are The kings of the short sell by date
I wouldn't worry about the date on a tin of beer it's a best before not use by date
seanjames24 m ago

Morrisons are The kings of the short sell by date


Ah, I never knew that. Never thought to check before.
sharpcroft18 m ago

I wouldn't worry about the date on a tin of beer it's a best before not …I wouldn't worry about the date on a tin of beer it's a best before not use by date


I'd still rather have it canned/bottled for less time than linger, if I am paying the same price.
cbark29/03/2019 09:54

I would check the dates, bought some of this from Morrisons last week and …I would check the dates, bought some of this from Morrisons last week and it only has a weeks date left.Same as some other beers, like the Camden Hells aswell.Not sure if they have ordered to many and are struggling to get rid.


Probably this is *too* flavoured (hoppy) for the average lager drinker, ..don't hate me saying this, it's very hoppy more like a light amber bitter, ..plenty of flavour, that when drinking this (cos I bought several crates for £8.00 the other day) having sampled one some months ago from morrisons.

So whilst it has the "guinness pedigree name" compared to what can pass for lager at some pubs the contrast in "fizzy watter" to full bodied flavour of this is probably its greatest failure as guinnes make a lager that is a micro-brew special in reality, in the meantime guinness reps will have been pushing this out to all their usual places & bars with fridges & "facings" & not getting too good a response, left on the shelf by bitter drinkers cos its a lager, left on she shelf by lager drinkers cos it tastes like bitters...

go figure that marketing fail that could really have been exploited in an interesting manner remniscent of old guinness ad popularity!
Mr_Gus50 m ago

Probably this is *too* flavoured (hoppy) for the average lager drinker, …Probably this is *too* flavoured (hoppy) for the average lager drinker, ..don't hate me saying this, it's very hoppy more like a light amber bitter, ..plenty of flavour, that when drinking this (cos I bought several crates for £8.00 the other day) having sampled one some months ago from morrisons.So whilst it has the "guinness pedigree name" compared to what can pass for lager at some pubs the contrast in "fizzy watter" to full bodied flavour of this is probably its greatest failure as guinnes make a lager that is a micro-brew special in reality, in the meantime guinness reps will have been pushing this out to all their usual places & bars with fridges & "facings" & not getting too good a response, left on the shelf by bitter drinkers cos its a lager, left on she shelf by lager drinkers cos it tastes like bitters...go figure that marketing fail that could really have been exploited in an interesting manner remniscent of old guinness ad popularity!


Brilliant summary really. I enjoy hoppy beers, i also enjoy lager, but as you say, it's not a drink unusually go for, if I want hoppy beer I would go for something a bit better, and if I wanted lager I would go for a more premium lager (as far as supermarket premium beers go)
Mr_Gus1 h, 30 m ago

Probably this is *too* flavoured (hoppy) for the average lager drinker, …Probably this is *too* flavoured (hoppy) for the average lager drinker, ..don't hate me saying this, it's very hoppy more like a light amber bitter, ..plenty of flavour, that when drinking this (cos I bought several crates for £8.00 the other day) having sampled one some months ago from morrisons.So whilst it has the "guinness pedigree name" compared to what can pass for lager at some pubs the contrast in "fizzy watter" to full bodied flavour of this is probably its greatest failure as guinnes make a lager that is a micro-brew special in reality, in the meantime guinness reps will have been pushing this out to all their usual places & bars with fridges & "facings" & not getting too good a response, left on the shelf by bitter drinkers cos its a lager, left on she shelf by lager drinkers cos it tastes like bitters...go figure that marketing fail that could really have been exploited in an interesting manner remniscent of old guinness ad popularity!


37357093-9kotk.jpg This is the summery for it on Untappd.
Tastebuds are far more revealing (& individual) ..cept for those who've killed em!
Reduced to clear at tesco exp in Hazel Grove at the more random price of £5.04. Plenty left in the chiller.
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