Asahi "Dry" Japanese Lager 69p For 330ml Can - 5%Vol - *Instore* B&M - Excellent Price For Excellent Lager
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Asahi "Dry" Japanese Lager 69p For 330ml Can - 5%Vol - *Instore* B&M - Excellent Price For Excellent Lager

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Found 31st Mar 2015
Spotted these 330ml cans of Asahi for a bargain price of 69p. I have never seen them in this size can form before - only bottle. But B&M do have some great beer offers that you never see anywhere else.

This retails usually for around the £2 mark for a 500ml bottle.

This was in the Hyde B&M - proof to follow.
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    Bargain!
    damn, don't know if I have a B&M nearby
    Hot hot hot ! Morrison's were clearing these out for 99p a few weeks ago . This is top notch lager ! :-) x
    my fave, might have to check it out
    not brewed in japan
    I don't get why people like this personally. It's just a run of the mill bland mass produced lager. Nice can design though (_;)
    ahh karakuchi
    Edited by: "quidstretchy" 31st Mar 2015
    No better than Budweiser, but still a good price.
    kingmonkey69

    No better than Budweiser, but still a good price.


    Tap water is better than budweiser,quality find heat !
    mamboboy

    I don't get why people like this personally. It's just a run of the mill … I don't get why people like this personally. It's just a run of the mill bland mass produced lager. Nice can design though (_;)


    The Japanese stuff is much different. Really dry. I think that this is just Staropramen in a different can.
    Bottled taste better than canned tho?
    Best lager in the world bar none!

    Some of the comments here are a little silly to say the least!
    Banned
    gooeynote

    Bottled taste better than canned tho?


    obviously.
    Brewed in Canada as I recall. Still, nice cans as others have said and at 5% you can't go wrong.
    Used to drink this stuff when I was in Japan good beer
    benny1983uk

    Used to drink this stuff when I was in Japan good beer


    me too, but don't bother buying it in the UK it isn't the same product
    heat added, this is nice beer in my opinion had it a few times from Tesco at £2.50 as I remember
    Sugureta bīru!!

    Karera wa amarini mo Sapporro o motte ikenai mono o haji

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    supermicro

    obviously.



    I prefer the taste from a can of beer instead of a bottle, the can protects the beer from uv light which destroys the taste. I think it is more expensive for brewers to can beer than bottle which is why bottles are more common
    Good deal, great price, thankyou, just cleared out my local store.
    Banned
    didnt know the Japanese dank lager
    This is an imitation of the real deal. A parody of itself.
    starbidder

    Sugureta bīru!!Karera wa amarini mo Sapporro o motte ikenai mono o haji

    turn left at the lights and its just on the right
    lots of microbrewers in japan now
    quidstretchy

    me too, but don't bother buying it in the UK it isn't the same product

    me three but its definitely not the same in a can
    baddison

    Brewed in Canada as I recall. Still, nice cans as others have said and at … Brewed in Canada as I recall. Still, nice cans as others have said and at 5% you can't go wrong.



    I got one of the cans from Morrison's the other week, and it is brewed in Czech Republic. Not as good as the proper export from Japan!
    Some right beer experts on here!!
    en.wikipedia.org/wik…pan

    I got a big can from Tesco the other day (nice sturdy can) and it came from Canada (Molson). See the mighty Wikipedia. Looks like there are bunch of breweries that brew under license.

    Edited by: "baddison" 31st Mar 2015
    supermicro

    obviously.



    Makes no difference if you pour it into a glass first! Try it with a blind taste test if you don't believe me. Drinking from a can is reserved for cheap beer or bbqs
    lanky78

    Makes no difference if you pour it into a glass first! Try it with a … Makes no difference if you pour it into a glass first! Try it with a blind taste test if you don't believe me. Drinking from a can is reserved for cheap beer or bbqs


    Had 4 cans tonight, poured into a glass too. I normally only like bottles but enjoyed this. Thanks op.
    Edited by: "gadgetsgalore2011" 31st Mar 2015
    Nice lager. Brewed by Shepherd Neame in Faversham, Kent
    Japan! oh how I want to go back for a holiday....
    baddison

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beer_in_JapanI got a big can from Tesco the … http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beer_in_JapanI got a big can from Tesco the other day (nice sturdy can) and it came from Canada (Molson). See the mighty Wikipedia. Looks like there are bunch of breweries that brew under license.



    The Asahi Black in Tesco is actually imported from Japan (and very nice). These days pretty much all the other "Japanese" beers are UK brewed, with the exception of the iconic Sapporo cans which are imported from Canada as you mention.
    snowflake75

    didnt know the Japanese dank lager


    They don't,they drink ragel.
    andy2005morrell

    turn left at the lights and its just on the right


    Haha X)
    [/quote]Had 4 cans tonight, poured into a glass too. I normally only like bottles but enjoyed this. Thanks op. [/quote]



    was it a big glass?
    Edited by: "phatbhoy" 1st Apr 2015
    jogu

    The Asahi Black in Tesco is actually imported from Japan (and very nice). … The Asahi Black in Tesco is actually imported from Japan (and very nice). These days pretty much all the other "Japanese" beers are UK brewed, with the exception of the iconic Sapporo cans which are imported from Canada as you mention.



    Yes you are right I was thinking of Sapporo. I always get those two mixed up.
    Brewed in Kent by Shepard Neme. As japanese as Batchelors supernoodles.

    love it! sadly no bm near me.
    nice beer

    Edited by: "kevlfc" 1st Apr 2015
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