Adnams Dry Hopped Lager £22.99 (delivered) for 2 mini kegs Best Before 31/7 @ Adnams cellar & kitchen
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Adnams Dry Hopped Lager £22.99 (delivered) for 2 mini kegs Best Before 31/7 @ Adnams cellar & kitchen

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Found 28th Jun 2017
Some will love this some will hate it
a) because everyone's tastes are different
b) some won't be interested in a beer so close to its use by date

However, this is a nice lager in my opinion and if the weather turns around and you're planing a BBQ during July this is a good price for 2 mini kegs.

Free delivery on orders over £60
£20 for the kegs, £2.99 standard delivery.
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Weather turns around?

This is the UK, even the weather doesn't know what it's doing!
A very tasty beer - have some heat
Ordered, thanks op!
You could flog these mini kegs to home brewers when their finished for £2-£3 each on Gumtree/ Fleabay. These can be reused with the addition of a cheap bung.

One thing though, beer does have a best before date for a reason. While I've no doubt this will get drunk, it may not be in it's best condition. If you've nothing to compare it too, you may not notice the difference.
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I'd suggest people support real ale and local pubs instead. Personal preference though.
Why are our Beers the worst in the world now? All bee reduced from 3.8%- 4.8% and usually come is small cans now too. Go to the US and even theirs were all higher than ours, people used to complain about them.

It's annoying me now because It's obviously down to taxes, but now you cannot drink good Beer any more unless you go to Beer Festival or something.
slannmage

Why are our Beers the worst in the world now? All bee reduced from 3.8%- … Why are our Beers the worst in the world now? All bee reduced from 3.8%- 4.8% and usually come is small cans now too. Go to the US and even theirs were all higher than ours, people used to complain about them.It's annoying me now because It's obviously down to taxes, but now you cannot drink good Beer any more unless you go to Beer Festival or something.


Have you been drinking?
Anyone know how many pints maketh a keg?
Silhouette

Anyone know how many pints maketh a keg?



These two mini kegs between them contain ten litres of beer, which is … These two mini kegs between them contain ten litres of beer, which is about 17 and a half pints



Almost 9 pints to a keg
Edited by: "clnsndrs" 28th Jun 2017
Looks a good deal but not keen on the mini kegs, firs pint is all froth then it goes down hill to almost flat and getting the dregs out is not easy! But heat for good price
short dated end july fyi.
Each keg = 8 pints.... about the same as a stella 10 pack from sp'asda for 8 quid... plenty of date left... and 4.8
col11

Looks a good deal but not keen on the mini kegs, firs pint is all froth … Looks a good deal but not keen on the mini kegs, firs pint is all froth then it goes down hill to almost flat and getting the dregs out is not easy! But heat for good price



Turn the top bung slowly to let all the CO2 out before pouring, you won't lose any beer.
slannmage13 h, 27 m ago

Why are our Beers the worst in the world now?...usually come is small cans …Why are our Beers the worst in the world now?...usually come is small cans now too...It's obviously down to taxes,


Choice is the best it has been for years - just avoid supermarket swill. Beer's always been highly taxed but the "small cans" and bottles are a trick of the craft beer brigade. Stick the word "craft" on the packaging; use 300ml bottle or can and charge the same as you would for a large 500ml bottle. They're not stupid - the punters are for buying it though.
In my opinion (humble of course) Adnams beers are the best across the range....a pint of Broadside sitting on the beach at Southwold is pretty close to heaven....
Musicrab

Choice is the best it has been for years - just avoid supermarket swill. … Choice is the best it has been for years - just avoid supermarket swill. Beer's always been highly taxed but the "small cans" and bottles are a trick of the craft beer brigade. Stick the word "craft" on the packaging; use 300ml bottle or can and charge the same as you would for a large 500ml bottle. They're not stupid - the punters are for buying it though.


Yes spot on with this , Better range of ales now then ever before! But the big name beers have been watered down. And this craft name makes me lol, way to much money for a littke can or bottle!
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