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Bavaria 0.0% Beer 4x330ml only £1 in B&M Bargains
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Bavaria 0.0% Beer 4x330ml only £1 in B&M Bargains

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Posted 11th JulAvailable: National
For those who are the dedicated driver.

Not a bad wee deal going on here. Of course it's for particular tastes, but ice cold on a hot day like today makes little difference- very refreshing

Worth a punt at 4 for a quid.

Found at B&M Chatham. About eight 4-packs left.
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Heat added, shall visit my local B&M and grab some tomorrow with any luck! Cheers
It's nice to see alcohol free beer at a decent price . Can't understand why it's usually the same price as normal beer even tho I assume that they don't have to pay the same taxes .
I'm not paying £1 for a wee deal That's p*ss poor !
This is one of the best tasting alcohol-free beers
exel196611/07/2019 20:40

I'm not paying £1 for a wee deal That's p*ss poor !


To be fair,
There's some p poor full fat lagers too.
Minging pop
That Bavaria is made in, erm, Holland is the least of it. Family owners the Swinkels may have been brewing for 300 years, and they may have patented their own alcohol-free fermenting process, but they have failed to nail palatable no-alcohol beer. Bavaria 0.0% is spectacularly unpleasant. The aroma is stewed vegetables and the flavour is all syrupy sweetness and hot, wet grains with just a fizzle of hop bitterness at its edges. Imagine the most juvenile, mass-produced, malty US lager, but worse. I would happily pay hard cash never to drink this again.
0/10 review online
EXZAMS11/07/2019 21:23

That Bavaria is made in, erm, Holland is the least of it. Family owners …That Bavaria is made in, erm, Holland is the least of it. Family owners the Swinkels may have been brewing for 300 years, and they may have patented their own alcohol-free fermenting process, but they have failed to nail palatable no-alcohol beer. Bavaria 0.0% is spectacularly unpleasant. The aroma is stewed vegetables and the flavour is all syrupy sweetness and hot, wet grains with just a fizzle of hop bitterness at its edges. Imagine the most juvenile, mass-produced, malty US lager, but worse. I would happily pay hard cash never to drink this again.0/10 review online


That applies to almost all mass produced lagers and beers . Why people buy Heineken , coors ,carlsberg , Budweiser garbage is beyond me . It's absolutely shocking .. And no worse or better than this .
I can't drink alcohol but do enjoy a cold beer and this is the one I enjoy. It should be noted that the bottled versions have added glucose syrup and are not as nice as the canned versions.
£1 For 4 is a great price.
Do you mean 'designated' driver? Unless you're so addicted to driving you never drink?
I always find 0% lager too sweet. Better to buy Skol at around 2%, cheaper and better.
Please excuse my typo, Shakespeare.
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