Brewdog Mixed Pack 12 x 330 ml Cans £10 reduced from £16 Asda instore
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Brewdog Mixed Pack 12 x 330 ml Cans £10 reduced from £16 Asda instore

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Found 11th JunMade hot 11th Jun
In Asda Bridge of Dee, Aberdeen today and saw mixed pack was reduced from £16 to £10 for 12 x 330 ml cans including Punk IPA, Dead Pony Club, Elvis Juice and Hop Fiction. Plenty of boxes in stock earlier.

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What the hell... When did drinking little cans the same size as a coke become acceptable. Unless its 500ml dont even bother and for this price jesus.. 6 cans are favours you would never touch so why brother with this.
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What the hell... When did drinking little cans the same size as a coke become acceptable. Unless its 500ml dont even bother and for this price jesus.. 6 cans are favours you would never touch so why brother with this.

I've read this is available in Aberdeen only. Hopefully not a wild goose chase

£10 should be the price for these anyway. Still, probably best price around for the 12 mix. Will pick up some next time in ASDA

colinmckenna

What the hell... When did drinking little cans the same size as a coke … What the hell... When did drinking little cans the same size as a coke become acceptable. Unless its 500ml dont even bother and for this price jesus.. 6 cans are favours you would never touch so why brother with this.



You not keen then?

colinmckenna

What the hell... When did drinking little cans the same size as a coke … What the hell... When did drinking little cans the same size as a coke become acceptable. Unless its 500ml dont even bother and for this price jesus.. 6 cans are favours you would never touch so why brother with this.


Why did this guy get suspended ??

These are usually £1.80 each or 4 for £6 so they are a bargain if you can get them. I like all 4 of them if you don't it's not really that good.
Last time I bought a pack it was bottles of Punk IPA, Elvis juice, Dead pony club and jackhammer for £15. Jackhammer is awesome

Lovely stuff. Saw it earlier in Livingston branch. Self edge label was there but all sold out

colinmckenna

What the hell... When did drinking little cans the same size as a coke … What the hell... When did drinking little cans the same size as a coke become acceptable. Unless its 500ml dont even bother and for this price jesus.. 6 cans are favours you would never touch so why brother with this.



​Whoa you must be rock hard not drinking small cans or have an alcohol dependency?

One of my favourite breweries the Brew Dog. My go to beer is the Dead Pony Club for a session ale and Punk for special. I don't know the other two so well but £10 is a bargain.

I love the size debate above, made me chuckle. Perfect size for quick beer, however, if I was having one with a curry I'd have a 500ml Atlantic or Tribute. Hot from me, although I wont find any locally. Good luck

Elvis Juice. Love that stuff. Don't care what size the can is. I can drink more than one. What a plonker.

Quality beer and spot . Bought a load from Asda crewe on Saturday morning but I didn't see that offer it was £16.00 . Instead got the 4 for £6.00 .
First time I'd tried elvis juice the grapefruit goes very well in the mix .
Also bought leffe £2.50 per large bottle ,
Shipyard 4 for £6.00
Hogarden
And 20 becks for £10
Fridge is stocked up now !!!!!

The only Brew Dog beer I really like is Wild Goose.

Will take a look in local Asda Eastbourne to see if available

Had this stuff on the plane recently and found it to be tasty and very strong . Think il give it a try .

In my local Asda they also had the Punk IPA 12 pack for a tenner. Heat.

colinmckenna

What the hell... When did drinking little cans the same size as a coke … What the hell... When did drinking little cans the same size as a coke become acceptable. Unless its 500ml dont even bother and for this price jesus.. 6 cans are favours you would never touch so why brother with this.



Quality over quantity maybe? I really like craft beers, so much better tasting than rubbish like fosters and carling.

Beer in cans is wrong full stop.

Wildknight

Quality over quantity maybe? I really like craft beers, so much better … Quality over quantity maybe? I really like craft beers, so much better tasting than rubbish like fosters and carling.


it seems fashion aswell, those beardy hipsters need some nerd topic to talk about, and beer cans seems to be the new trend, the camra founders will be rolling in their graves

Don't ever take the Brewdog share offer - the owners make it virtually impossible to sell the shares whilst at the same time drawing huge profits themselves.

Hubby just been into the Hull/Hessle road store where it was actually reduced to £8!!

Although all sold out it could be worthwhile checking out another Hull store if your local to area.

charles.w

Beer in cans is wrong full stop.


Rubbish. Modern lined cans taste no different from bottled beer, the beer is better protected, and they're arguably better for the environment - as well as fitting much more neatly in the fridge. Many modern quality beer producers are moving to cans, though there's still resistance to the idea from people brought up on metallic-tasting Skol from unlined cans.
Edited by: "Dodge62" 12th Jun

Dodge62

Rubbish. Modern lined cans taste no different from bottled beer, the beer … Rubbish. Modern lined cans taste no different from bottled beer, the beer is better protected, and they're arguably better for the environment - as well as fitting much more neatly in the fridge. Many modern quality beer producers are moving to cans, though there's still resistance to the idea from people brought up on metallic-tasting Skol from unlined cans.



Bottled Stella tastes nothing like the cans. That’s an undeniable fact. I wouldn’t be surprised if it was brewed somewhere different entirely.

Just curious. I spotted the Pistonhead Full Amber larger in the 4 for £6 deal and wondered why it has a safety warning on it "DRINK IN MODERATION". The site doesn't mention this with any other lagers that I've seen. I was wondering if there was 'something else' in it, or just a standard alcohol warning:

groceries.asda.com/pro…446

I also want to know why was colinmckenna suspended please???

mark9000

Bottled Stella tastes nothing like the cans. That’s an undeniable fact. I … Bottled Stella tastes nothing like the cans. That’s an undeniable fact. I wouldn’t be surprised if it was brewed somewhere different entirely.


That's because Stella is a cheap lager sold in unlined cans. Try the Brewdog and see if you can tell the difference.

termite

The only Brew Dog beer I really like is Wild Goose.



You sure that's Brew Dog?

Dodge62

Rubbish. Modern lined cans taste no different from bottled beer, the beer … Rubbish. Modern lined cans taste no different from bottled beer, the beer is better protected, and they're arguably better for the environment - as well as fitting much more neatly in the fridge. Many modern quality beer producers are moving to cans, though there's still resistance to the idea from people brought up on metallic-tasting Skol from unlined cans.



My head is inclined to agree with you on a 'scientific' basis. My tongue tells me you're wrong.
Edited by: "barbiegirl" 12th Jun

barbiegirl

My head is inclined to agree with you an a 'scientific' basis. My tongue … My head is inclined to agree with you an a 'scientific' basis. My tongue tells me you're wrong.


If you drink directly out of the can/bottle it's obviously going to be different. If you pour both into glasses I'll bet you can't tell which is which.

Dodge62

If you drink directly out of the can/bottle it's obviously going to be … If you drink directly out of the can/bottle it's obviously going to be different. If you pour both into glasses I'll bet you can't tell which is which.



Ooh. Maybe. That could be right. Power of suggestion you think? Going to test that...

barbiegirl

You sure that's Brew Dog?


No it's not.

The can is a far better way to store beer. People who say bottled Stella is different to canned are wrong.

termite

No it's not.The can is a far better way to store beer. People who say … No it's not.The can is a far better way to store beer. People who say bottled Stella is different to canned are wrong.



Oh, you said it was?

I don't really drink lager, but whenever I have beer from a can it has a metallic hint in the background. Maybe as Dodge62 says, this the power of suggestion. But to me, glass is much much better, assuming there's not a strong light issue.

None in Northumberland....... Booooooo

barbiegirl

Oh, you said it was?I don't really drink lager, but whenever I have beer … Oh, you said it was?I don't really drink lager, but whenever I have beer from a can it has a metallic hint in the background. Maybe as Dodge62 says, this the power of suggestion. But to me, glass is much much better, assuming there's not a strong light issue.



It was a 'wild goose chase' joke, this deal is hard to find.

You may get a metallic hint due to the proximity of the can to your nose.

If it's canned properly it makes no difference to the taste. There is no metallic taste at all.

unhappybunny

Why did this guy get suspended ??



Probably for posting aggressive, embarrassing stuff like that.

bresslaw73

If it's canned properly it makes no difference to the taste. There is no … If it's canned properly it makes no difference to the taste. There is no metallic taste at all.


But if you don't put it in a glass you might smell the can

termite

But if you don't put it in a glass you might smell the can



Obviously you drink it out of a glass - craft ales often have a small residue so it's best practice to do this with bottles even.

bresslaw73

Obviously you drink it out of a glass - craft ales often have a small … Obviously you drink it out of a glass - craft ales often have a small residue so it's best practice to do this with bottles even.


Not obviously, the person was talking about drinking Stella from a can

None in Eastbourne Asda and no signage either. Anyone spotted this rare breed at all down south?
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