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Black sheep bitter 5 litre Keg £8 at home bargains (£1 a pint) beer not lager
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Black sheep bitter 5 litre Keg £8 at home bargains (£1 a pint) beer not lager

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Posted 6th Apr 2019

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good beer, good deal.
I really need to go to home bargains..
Esux1 m ago

I really need to go to home bargains..


I love it
I had one keg in llansamlet, only 1 left. Very nice too
My favorite beer when I lived in York. I miss The Maltings
Never have this in my local HB
Think the mods are asleep tonight, this ones already been posted elsewhere
Lawlost1 h, 3 m ago

My favorite beer when I lived in York. I miss The Maltings


The house of the trembling madness is a far better pub ... Mind you the maltings does cracking food
Paul knows how to make a pint....

If I started walking after breakfast I could get to either by opening time ..

The advantages of living in God's Own Acre... Theakstons and Black Sheep....
Good price but the trouble with these kegs is you'll be lucky to get all of it out in drinkable condition. First lot will be all frothy and spray everywhere, then it dribbles out and anything left has a short life.
Edited by: "Besford" 6th Apr 2019
Besford8 h, 36 m ago

Good price but the trouble with these kegs is you'll be lucky to get all …Good price but the trouble with these kegs is you'll be lucky to get all of it out in drinkable condition. First lot will be all frothy and spray everywhere, then it dribbles out and anything left has a short life.


Drink within three days it says.... No problems! Ok!!
Emmsa7613 h, 59 m ago

Already posted: …Already posted: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/black-sheep-8-pint-keg-found-in-home-bargains-cannock-799-3194306


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cheers op xxxxxxxxxxxx hic hic ..............lol
Beer not Lager?!?

Read this:

Firstly, there is no difference between beer and lager. That’s because lager is a type of beer. So is ale for that matter. Beer is the name given to a group of alcoholic drinks that include lager and ale.

The technical difference between the beer categories is in how they are brewed. Lager is a German word that translates as “storage,” which gives a hint as to its method of brewing. Lagers are beers that are ferment slowly at low temperatures. They also ferment from the bottom up. Ales ferment quickly from the top down and are brewed in a warm environment.

In practice, the distinction between beer, lager and ale has become blurred, which, when you think about it, is hardly surprising! In most countries, when you ask for a beer, you will be given what looks like, and probably technically is, a lager. In fact, in most non-English speaking countries, there is no specific word in their language for lager or for ale. In many English-speaking countries, if you ask for a beer you will get ale, and you will have to ask specifically for a lager if that’s what you’re after.
I shall start the wars...


Lager is for plebs ...



Edited by: "DingIs" 7th Apr 2019
DingIs42 m ago

I shall start the wars... Lager is for plebs ... I shall start the wars... Lager is for plebs ...



Soft southerners you mean.
DealWizard07/04/2019 10:55

Beer not Lager?!?Read this:Firstly, there is no difference between beer …Beer not Lager?!?Read this:Firstly, there is no difference between beer and lager. That’s because lager is a type of beer. So is ale for that matter. Beer is the name given to a group of alcoholic drinks that include lager and ale.The technical difference between the beer categories is in how they are brewed. Lager is a German word that translates as “storage,” which gives a hint as to its method of brewing. Lagers are beers that are ferment slowly at low temperatures. They also ferment from the bottom up. Ales ferment quickly from the top down and are brewed in a warm environment.In practice, the distinction between beer, lager and ale has become blurred, which, when you think about it, is hardly surprising! In most countries, when you ask for a beer, you will be given what looks like, and probably technically is, a lager. In fact, in most non-English speaking countries, there is no specific word in their language for lager or for ale. In many English-speaking countries, if you ask for a beer you will get ale, and you will have to ask specifically for a lager if that’s what you’re after.


Ever feel like you're wasting your time?
It's no theakstons
Thanks for posting, nice find. Heat added!
DealWizard07/04/2019 10:55

Beer not Lager?!?Read this:Firstly, there is no difference between beer …Beer not Lager?!?Read this:Firstly, there is no difference between beer and lager. That’s because lager is a type of beer. So is ale for that matter. Beer is the name given to a group of alcoholic drinks that include lager and ale.The technical difference between the beer categories is in how they are brewed. Lager is a German word that translates as “storage,” which gives a hint as to its method of brewing. Lagers are beers that are ferment slowly at low temperatures. They also ferment from the bottom up. Ales ferment quickly from the top down and are brewed in a warm environment.In practice, the distinction between beer, lager and ale has become blurred, which, when you think about it, is hardly surprising! In most countries, when you ask for a beer, you will be given what looks like, and probably technically is, a lager. In fact, in most non-English speaking countries, there is no specific word in their language for lager or for ale. In many English-speaking countries, if you ask for a beer you will get ale, and you will have to ask specifically for a lager if that’s what you’re after.


Who in the real world asks for a beer or a lager in a bar? We all ask for a pint/glass of "brand name".

The only time you will hear anyone ask for a beer or lager is on a TV programme or movie (usually EastEnders or Coronation Street etc), as they don't want to be seen advertising brands
BigPro34 m ago

Who in the real world asks for a beer or a lager in a bar? We all ask for …Who in the real world asks for a beer or a lager in a bar? We all ask for a pint/glass of "brand name".The only time you will hear anyone ask for a beer or lager is on a TV programme or movie (usually EastEnders or Coronation Street etc), as they don't want to be seen advertising brands


Check the title of this post as given by OP. Don't blame me
bigcul07/04/2019 19:11

It's no theakstons


It is, it's Paul Theakstons..!!
DingIs10 m ago

It is, it's Paul Theakstons..!!


Well yes, but...... You know what I mean.
its bitter
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