Blue Moon, £8 for 8 Bottles at Tesco.
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Blue Moon, £8 for 8 Bottles at Tesco.

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Found 6th Sep 2015
Previously posted but expired and now active again.

Cracking deal for tasty beer that's normally at best £1.70ish a bottle.

Sold in 4 packs, deal is 2x4-packs for £8.

Online and instore (where 4 packs can be found - Durham has them).
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As a frequent user of the site, but a rare poster, I can't help but pose the classic question: why cold?

This is a good product on sale at a 40% discount of normal retail price. Why on earth would someone vote it cold?

I'm not trolling, I'm genuinely intrigued.
Good price for a good beer that is never cheap

I guess because it's not skol 35 cans for £5

It's getting more to be hotuk reviews rather than deals
This beer has really grown on me after picking some up last time it was at B&M. Drink it well chilled. Good price. Heated.
for city fans only?
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anyone know if this is actually brewed in the states or is it a cheap UK knockoff like Sam Adams?
Add a slice of orange in the bottle neck to be truly authentic

Great beer
mirrorsaw

anyone know if this is actually brewed in the states or is it a cheap UK … anyone know if this is actually brewed in the states or is it a cheap UK knockoff like Sam Adams?


Brewed in Colorado, not under license.
Top tip: freeze the glass for a bit then serve this with an orange wedge. Bloody lovely.
Boffy31

As a frequent user of the site, but a rare poster, I can't help but pose … As a frequent user of the site, but a rare poster, I can't help but pose the classic question: why cold?This is a good product on sale at a 40% discount of normal retail price. Why on earth would someone vote it cold?I'm not trolling, I'm genuinely intrigued.



I wouldn't worry about it, I've posted a few things before at a genuinely good and cheap price (like, 30-40% off) but they still get voted cold. Once you get over 100 heat then people start seeing it and you get more hot votes. The way to fix this problem would be to only allow people to vote hot or not vote at all, having the option to vote cold just swings things badly as if people don't find the deal applicable to them they just vote cold.

Anyway, thanks for the post. I've not had blue moon before but will be trying it out if the local Tesco has stock.
The UK brewed Sam Adams is a beer crime. I wish I could pick up some imported bottles somewhere.
Favorite beer
LOL_is_stupid

Brewed in Colorado, not under license.



Maybe, may also be brewed in North Carolina too depending on brewery capacity and scheduling.

Bear in mind this in not a small craft beer brewery this is a brand or the MillerCoors conglomorate, and currently being sued For passing this mass produced beer off as 'craft' beer

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So they are in 4 packs not 8 packs? So what's the deal then? £8 for two packs, how much a pack? Is this a BOGOF or a multisave? Not criticising just think it needs a little more clarity.
gavin1

Maybe, may also be brewed in North Carolina too depending on brewery … Maybe, may also be brewed in North Carolina too depending on brewery capacity and scheduling. Bear in mind this in not a small craft beer brewery this is a brand or the MillerCoors conglomorate, and currently being sued For passing this mass produced beer off as 'craft' beer http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/05/04/blue-moon-craft-beer-lawsuit_n_7206862.htmlhttp://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/05/04/blue-moon-craft-beer-lawsuit_n_7206862.html



Just goes to show how ridiculous things are in the U.S. In the UK this would be simply referred to the ASA or Trading standards. That said, just because it is brewed by MillerCoors doesn't make that a bad thing. If you like the beer, why does it matter?
fedex1401

Just goes to show how ridiculous things are in the U.S. In the UK this … Just goes to show how ridiculous things are in the U.S. In the UK this would be simply referred to the ASA or Trading standards. That said, just because it is brewed by MillerCoors doesn't make that a bad thing. If you like the beer, why does it matter?



I didn't say it was a bad beer, only its not as small craft brewery as the image they cultivate suggests. Look hard as the label and MillerCoors do not put there name to it simply implying its a small brewery in Denver.
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Or for the same price you can repeatedly hit yourself in the groin with this club hammer - which is roughly as enjoyable as drinking the beer.

http://www.screwfix.com/p/forge-steel-fibreglass-handle-club-hammer-2-lb/9562c

not a bad price if you hate beer though I guess.
I like wheat beers but I can't get into this stuff. It doesn't taste premium and I never understand why it sells at a premium.
Didn't realise it was MillerCoors, cheers for that.

However I'm surprised with the comments that it doesn't taste premium. I love wheat beers; German ones such as Weheinstephaner probably being my favourite, and thought Blue Moon was mighty tasty myself. Only tried it once though to be fair, and not as a proper taste testing.

Cheers OP. Great deal.

Haven't done a comparison but imagine this compares favourably with Hoegaarden, which is also macro owned, but fairly decent wheat beer.
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