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A light golden classic subverted with new world hops, for a devastating explosion of flavour. Bursts of caramel, incendiary tropical fruit and an all-out riot of grapefruit, pineapple and lychee precede a bitter finish.
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Mattevansc301/07/2020 09:20

Heat for the discount but not the lager itself. For those prices I'd …Heat for the discount but not the lager itself. For those prices I'd rather go to Aldi's and just buy a rando selection as most of these lager but with citrus notes are almost indistinguishable.


Apart from the fact its not lager, its an IPA
Markabs01/07/2020 07:34

Voted hot, but tastes different these days? I buy Vocation IPA instead.


Tried Life & Death on the 2 for £9 offer at Tesco and it’s my new favourite beer
Great beer, its thisvor Hop House 13 for me.
Mattevansc301/07/2020 09:20

Heat for the discount but not the lager itself. For those prices I'd …Heat for the discount but not the lager itself. For those prices I'd rather go to Aldi's and just buy a rando selection as most of these lager but with citrus notes are almost indistinguishable.


Each to their own but personally I've found the Aldi craft beers generally quite poor. There's occasionally a decent one but they rotate their stock so often that it will be gone a few weeks later. They're great for wine but not there with beer yet (apart from their imported Pilsner which is excellent).

Not great value at Aldi either as most of their craft beer cans are £1.25 each. I'd personally much rather have Punk IPA at £1 a can.
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Voted hot, but tastes different these days? I buy Vocation IPA instead.
Nice - a bit cheaper than Tesco - every little helps 😁
Great beer, its thisvor Hop House 13 for me.
Heat for the price. I do love punk and it was my start into the world of craft beer years ago, however it is a little sweet for my taste buds now.

However i still enjoy a few cans now and again
Same price in Tesco local .
Heat for the discount but not the lager itself. For those prices I'd rather go to Aldi's and just buy a rando selection as most of these lager but with citrus notes are almost indistinguishable.
I'm old enough to remember when beer tasted like beer
Mattevansc301/07/2020 09:20

Heat for the discount but not the lager itself. For those prices I'd …Heat for the discount but not the lager itself. For those prices I'd rather go to Aldi's and just buy a rando selection as most of these lager but with citrus notes are almost indistinguishable.


Apart from the fact its not lager, its an IPA
blueroo01/07/2020 09:37

Apart from the fact its not lager, its an IPA


Which is more of a semantic point due to the brewing process. IPA's are like tomatoes, yes technically a tomato is a fruit and an IPA is an ale but regarding flavour profile and body they are closer to vegetables and lagers than fruit and ales like bitters, browns, cask and the various darker ales.
Mattevansc301/07/2020 10:02

Which is more of a semantic point due to the brewing process. IPA's are …Which is more of a semantic point due to the brewing process. IPA's are like tomatoes, yes technically a tomato is a fruit and an IPA is an ale but regarding flavour profile and body they are closer to vegetables and lagers than fruit and ales like bitters, browns, cask and the various darker ales.


What on earth are you talking about.

Larger in my opinion is vile horrible stuff, of which I've tried many over the years (note, don't mind the occasional Sol or Corona) but Punk is vastly different to any larger I've tried. I think you've made a very odd comparrasion there.
Socialist beer. No thanks.
Mattevansc301/07/2020 10:02

Which is more of a semantic point due to the brewing process. IPA's are …Which is more of a semantic point due to the brewing process. IPA's are like tomatoes, yes technically a tomato is a fruit and an IPA is an ale but regarding flavour profile and body they are closer to vegetables and lagers than fruit and ales like bitters, browns, cask and the various darker ales.



What are you talking about! 🤦
Edited by: "blueroo" 1st Jul
Mattevansc301/07/2020 09:20

Heat for the discount but not the lager itself. For those prices I'd …Heat for the discount but not the lager itself. For those prices I'd rather go to Aldi's and just buy a rando selection as most of these lager but with citrus notes are almost indistinguishable.


Each to their own but personally I've found the Aldi craft beers generally quite poor. There's occasionally a decent one but they rotate their stock so often that it will be gone a few weeks later. They're great for wine but not there with beer yet (apart from their imported Pilsner which is excellent).

Not great value at Aldi either as most of their craft beer cans are £1.25 each. I'd personally much rather have Punk IPA at £1 a can.
Markabs01/07/2020 07:34

Voted hot, but tastes different these days? I buy Vocation IPA instead.


Tried Life & Death on the 2 for £9 offer at Tesco and it’s my new favourite beer
Used to enjoy these but not any more. Defiently changed the receipe.
Karlos45701/07/2020 11:42

Tried Life & Death on the 2 for £9 offer at Tesco and it’s my new fa …Tried Life & Death on the 2 for £9 offer at Tesco and it’s my new favourite beer


Vocation, Northern Monk and Magic Rock in that 2 for £9 deal is an absolute steal.
Karlos45701/07/2020 11:42

Tried Life & Death on the 2 for £9 offer at Tesco and it’s my new fa …Tried Life & Death on the 2 for £9 offer at Tesco and it’s my new favourite beer


As I'm a cheapskate, I avoid paying more than £1 each for 33cl cans, but at £1.125, I might make an exception if its recommended.
Best beer in the world
Lewp01/07/2020 11:51

As I'm a cheapskate, I avoid paying more than £1 each for 33cl cans, but …As I'm a cheapskate, I avoid paying more than £1 each for 33cl cans, but at £1.125, I might make an exception if its recommended.


You won't regret it
kristmace01/07/2020 11:37

Each to their own but personally I've found the Aldi craft beers generally …Each to their own but personally I've found the Aldi craft beers generally quite poor. There's occasionally a decent one but they rotate their stock so often that it will be gone a few weeks later. They're great for wine but not there with beer yet (apart from their imported Pilsner which is excellent).Not great value at Aldi either as most of their craft beer cans are £1.25 each. I'd personally much rather have Punk IPA at £1 a can.


I’m a House Ale person so I quite like the Russian roulette aspect of buying from Aldi

I’ve drunk a fair few IPA’s, Brewdog, Pistonheads, had a Beer52 subscription, done the Russian roulette in a few stores and could barely taste the difference outside of some of them tasting sickly sweet. Outside of the fruity flavours, which varies in intensity, the flavour and mouth feel was more reminiscent of premium/non-European lagers than an actual ale.
kristmace01/07/2020 11:37

Each to their own but personally I've found the Aldi craft beers generally …Each to their own but personally I've found the Aldi craft beers generally quite poor. There's occasionally a decent one but they rotate their stock so often that it will be gone a few weeks later. They're great for wine but not there with beer yet (apart from their imported Pilsner which is excellent).Not great value at Aldi either as most of their craft beer cans are £1.25 each. I'd personally much rather have Punk IPA at £1 a can.


Yep , the Aldi “craft” ales are mostly garbage . As are most of the £1.09p brewed by Marstons ales . Only beer worth buying in there is the £1.49 Champion ale , and that’s not particularly cheap . Agree the wine and Somebof the spirits are decent value .
People have adopted the “Brewdog” is too big to be good .. Mr President is good ale , Punk and Elvis Juice are drinkable and for close to a quid a can ( Elvis juice £1.13 a can ) on Tesco 2 for £9 is cracking value for a 6.5% ale . As is the summer solstice sour from London Beer Factory @ 3 for £5 .
kristmace01/07/2020 11:51

Vocation, Northern Monk and Magic Rock in that 2 for £9 deal is an …Vocation, Northern Monk and Magic Rock in that 2 for £9 deal is an absolute steal.


Amen to that. They also do Thornbridge JT if you've not tried, that's a banger.

Topnotch avatar there too.
Mattevansc301/07/2020 10:02

Which is more of a semantic point due to the brewing process. IPA's are …Which is more of a semantic point due to the brewing process. IPA's are like tomatoes, yes technically a tomato is a fruit and an IPA is an ale but regarding flavour profile and body they are closer to vegetables and lagers than fruit and ales like bitters, browns, cask and the various darker ales.


If you think an IPA is indistinguishable from a lager, indeed best to buy a 24 pack of lager, it's cheaper.
Voted hot, I do like this. Shipyard and Proper Job are nice too and whatever happened to Devils Backbone? they used to sell it at Wetherspoons but discontinued it and can't find it anywhere now. That was nice 'Merican IPA
Edited by: "JBAUERBEATSJBOND" 1st Jul
thehoneymunster01/07/2020 10:55

What on earth are you talking about.Larger in my opinion is vile horrible …What on earth are you talking about.Larger in my opinion is vile horrible stuff, of which I've tried many over the years (note, don't mind the occasional Sol or Corona) but Punk is vastly different to any larger I've tried. I think you've made a very odd comparrasion there.


What do you think of smaller since larger isn't your cup of tea ?
PhilthyPhil01/07/2020 09:22

I'm old enough to remember when beer tasted like beer


And obviously far too old to understand innovation. Who wants to drink mild, Stones or John Smith's?
This is a great deal and a great beer.
JBAUERBEATSJBOND01/07/2020 17:56

Voted hot, I do like thisShipyard and Proper Job are nice too and whatever …Voted hot, I do like thisShipyard and Proper Job are nice too and whatever happened to Devils Backbone? they used to sell it at Wetherspoons but discontinued it and can't find it anywhere now. That was nice 'Merican IPA


Pint of cold shipyard on draught in spoons for £2.30,yes please
Andy_Kenny01/07/2020 21:48

And obviously far too old to understand innovation. Who wants to drink …And obviously far too old to understand innovation. Who wants to drink mild, Stones or John Smith's? This is a great deal and a great beer.


Great deal yes
Although about £1 a tin is really all these 330ml's are worth and should be the going rate.
Great beer? Hmmm
Maybe you should do your homework, or have you just recently graduated from industrial lager?
Mild, stones and John Smiths are not great beers either.
Plenty of choice out there and obviously people have their favourites yours aren't going to be mine and vice versa
PhilthyPhil01/07/2020 23:50

Great deal yesAlthough about £1 a tin is really all these 330ml's are …Great deal yesAlthough about £1 a tin is really all these 330ml's are worth and should be the going rate.Great beer? Hmmm Maybe you should do your homework, or have you just recently graduated from industrial lager?Mild, stones and John Smiths are not great beers either.Plenty of choice out there and obviously people have their favourites yours aren't going to be mine and vice versa


Phil, join me on UnTappd for a brew fella!
Industrial lager is a big no no #cheers!
Mattevansc301/07/2020 09:20

Heat for the discount but not the lager itself. For those prices I'd …Heat for the discount but not the lager itself. For those prices I'd rather go to Aldi's and just buy a rando selection as most of these lager but with citrus notes are almost indistinguishable.


Really not the case, these are actually cheaper than Aldi anyway as they're £1.25 a can there and mostly terrible.
kristmace01/07/2020 11:51

Vocation, Northern Monk and Magic Rock in that 2 for £9 deal is an …Vocation, Northern Monk and Magic Rock in that 2 for £9 deal is an absolute steal.


Also North Brewing's Sputnik and Thornbridge - Jamestown are my two current picks there
PhilthyPhil01/07/2020 23:50

Great deal yesAlthough about £1 a tin is really all these 330ml's are …Great deal yesAlthough about £1 a tin is really all these 330ml's are worth and should be the going rate.Great beer? Hmmm Maybe you should do your homework, or have you just recently graduated from industrial lager?Mild, stones and John Smiths are not great beers either.Plenty of choice out there and obviously people have their favourites yours aren't going to be mine and vice versa


How do you determine what they are "worth"? Surely that's a very personal thing - sometimes I'll pay up to £4/5 for a 330ml if it's something special from a small brewery, getting cans for £1.25 on multi buy from breweries like Thornbridge can only mean they're making pretty much nothing on it and is really just a gateway for them to be able to make more interesting beers more widely available.
Andy_Kenny02/07/2020 07:57

Phil, join me on UnTappd for a brew fella!Industrial lager is a big no no …Phil, join me on UnTappd for a brew fella!Industrial lager is a big no no #cheers!


Might take you up on that
Can't wait for the pubs to reopen properly 🍻
cooperdj02/07/2020 08:28

How do you determine what they are "worth"? Surely that's a very personal …How do you determine what they are "worth"? Surely that's a very personal thing - sometimes I'll pay up to £4/5 for a 330ml if it's something special from a small brewery, getting cans for £1.25 on multi buy from breweries like Thornbridge can only mean they're making pretty much nothing on it and is really just a gateway for them to be able to make more interesting beers more widely available.


Ok, fair play, I currently pay a bit more than the absolute minimum in order to support my local brewery
..... sometimes you do get what you pay for.
rotepote01/07/2020 18:36

What do you think of smaller since larger isn't your cup of tea ?


Haha. That is hilarious. I didn't even realise my typo. Let us leave it how it is, for the LOLszzzz
cooperdj02/07/2020 08:23

Really not the case, these are actually cheaper than Aldi anyway as …Really not the case, these are actually cheaper than Aldi anyway as they're £1.25 a can there and mostly terrible.


Perhaps. I happen to like the pineapple milkshake they do. I guess it is good that Aldi are at least doing something and they have an option. Maybe you have to look at it like that, at least they have something. There have been a couple of ones they've had in which I've really enjoyed, but agree it would be good if they had a couple of really decent ones as a standard.
cooperdj02/07/2020 08:24

Also North Brewing's Sputnik and Thornbridge - Jamestown are my two …Also North Brewing's Sputnik and Thornbridge - Jamestown are my two current picks there


JT is amazing. Considering its higher ABV compared to say GM which I love, it's fairly similar and doesn't taste overly strong.
thehoneymunster02/07/2020 10:26

JT is amazing. Considering its higher ABV compared to say GM which I love, …JT is amazing. Considering its higher ABV compared to say GM which I love, it's fairly similar and doesn't taste overly strong.


Yeah I'm less keen on Green Mountain so I always go for JT now!
thehoneymunster02/07/2020 10:25

Perhaps. I happen to like the pineapple milkshake they do. I guess it is …Perhaps. I happen to like the pineapple milkshake they do. I guess it is good that Aldi are at least doing something and they have an option. Maybe you have to look at it like that, at least they have something. There have been a couple of ones they've had in which I've really enjoyed, but agree it would be good if they had a couple of really decent ones as a standard.


I think my issue with them is, it's clear that the money saving is done on the hops side of things. I've tried them all I think now and for me the best one is the Otis Blood Orange in the craft side of things as it's essentially a nicer version of Brewdog's Tangerine one. There you've got the fruit to cover over the generic taste, so it's good (I guess like the pineapple one, I wasn't a fan but I don't like Milkshake IPAs in general). The big 440ml cans are a bit of a p1ss take though as they're all called stuff like "Hop til you drop" or Hopmageddon or something and they all taste like the same fairly standard Greene King-ish beer.

My favourite Aldi one now though is the Weisse which is like a budget Hoegaarden!
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