Budweiser Budvar Keg 5L £13 @ Morrisons
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Budweiser Budvar Keg 5L £13 @ Morrisons

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Found 5th Mar
1p more than Iceland, although this may be more suitable for others if they do their weekly shops with Morrisons. Hopefully we see some drops on the others. The Bad Co Pale Aura Keg 5L is £15 at the moment, although I've not tried that. Would be good see Kegs of Trooper drop in price, quite like that one. Will keep an eye on them anyways

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BigCheeseGlenni27 m ago

Mouthwash from me on this occassion sorry op


Harsh. Think you'll be in the minority here. Love Budvar, much nicer than the usual pish.
Couldn't get on with the keg, 1st couple pints too frothy, and last couple flat, buy it in cans I say :P
BigCheeseGlenni1 h, 34 m ago

Mouthwash from me on this occassion sorry op


I think you are confusing it with the American Budweiser, this is the original Budweiser (Budvar) from the Czech republic.

Lovely beer.
It's no Pilsner Urquell.
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Mouthwash from me on this occassion sorry op
BigCheeseGlenni27 m ago

Mouthwash from me on this occassion sorry op


Harsh. Think you'll be in the minority here. Love Budvar, much nicer than the usual pish.
Tesco are selling 8 x 500ml cans of this lager for £9.00. Link. Obviously that works out a bit cheaper per litre that the deal posted here, so I guess it depends if you think it's worth paying more for beer from a keg.
thou keg can be reused for homebrewing... so that makes it a good deal for some.
ClashInDevon12 m ago

Tesco are selling 8 x 500ml cans of this lager for £9.00. Link. …Tesco are selling 8 x 500ml cans of this lager for £9.00. Link. Obviously that works out a bit cheaper per litre that the deal posted here, so I guess it depends if you think it's worth paying more for beer from a keg.


I can only presume it’s value for money if you want a stool for a small child
Couldn't get on with the keg, 1st couple pints too frothy, and last couple flat, buy it in cans I say :P
Nice one ^^
I used to like this by the bottle but I bought a job lot of cans over Christmas and it tasted grim from the can.
BigCheeseGlenni1 h, 34 m ago

Mouthwash from me on this occassion sorry op


I think you are confusing it with the American Budweiser, this is the original Budweiser (Budvar) from the Czech republic.

Lovely beer.
lord_trumpington22 m ago

I used to like this by the bottle but I bought a job lot of cans over …I used to like this by the bottle but I bought a job lot of cans over Christmas and it tasted grim from the can.


This.

The bottles are one of my favourite lagers but the candle weren't great. Haven't tried the keg but suspect it's a similar story.
My favourite beer! HOT!
Robdk51 m ago

This.The bottles are one of my favourite lagers but the candle weren't …This.The bottles are one of my favourite lagers but the candle weren't great. Haven't tried the keg but suspect it's a similar story.


Agreed. Bottles best.
Cans not as good. Keg somewhere in between.
Awesome on tap in the few places can find occasionally
Fantastic with cholent!
It's no Pilsner Urquell.
lord_trumpington1 h, 57 m ago

I used to like this by the bottle but I bought a job lot of cans over …I used to like this by the bottle but I bought a job lot of cans over Christmas and it tasted grim from the can.


Always does from the can i think. Bottles all the way or even better get to the pub
Question. Intrigued to try this out - this is a Lager rather than an Ale correct?
Lovely stuff
kirku42 m ago

It's no Pilsner Urquell.


That's a plus point.
Urquell is owned by the US giant Millers, who brew it anywhere where it's cheaper than the Czech republic, with no respect for quality and tradition.
Budvar beer is brewed in the Czech republic, being state owned.
Don't know how well the lagers hold up in a keg as always finished them off, but my housemates opened a keg of Hobgoblin (i think, definitely some ale) and it was ruined the next day.
cmontgomeryburns3 h, 44 m ago

That's a plus point.Urquell is owned by the US giant Millers, who brew it …That's a plus point.Urquell is owned by the US giant Millers, who brew it anywhere where it's cheaper than the Czech republic, with no respect for quality and tradition. Budvar beer is brewed in the Czech republic, being state owned.


You're wrong on both counts. It's not owned by Miller's (it's owned by Asahi) and is only brewed in two breweries - one in Czechia and one in Russia.

Also, having lived in Czechia, I can tell you that the Czechs prize Pilsner above all other major beers - and for good reason.
Edited by: "kirku" 6th Mar
japes8 h, 28 m ago

Harsh. Think you'll be in the minority here. Love Budvar, much nicer than …Harsh. Think you'll be in the minority here. Love Budvar, much nicer than the usual pish.


This is some strange cloudy wheat beer, not the Pilser Budvaar. I tired it at a friends the other week and it was foul, i liked a Budvaar as well back in the day.
Macro pish BUT if you like it then it’s happy days
BigCheeseGlenni14 h, 54 m ago

Mouthwash from me on this occassion sorry op


Lol doubt you've even tried it.
A fantastic lager, got this for a tenner last year from Morrison's and it's true that the first few pints are super frothy but it's still well worth it.
kirku12 h, 40 m ago

It's no Pilsner Urquell.



It's no Staropramen either
cmontgomeryburns13 h, 15 m ago

That's a plus point.Urquell is owned by the US giant Millers, who brew it …That's a plus point.Urquell is owned by the US giant Millers, who brew it anywhere where it's cheaper than the Czech republic, with no respect for quality and tradition. Budvar beer is brewed in the Czech republic, being state owned.


Totally Incorrect. MolsonCoors (who also own Millercoors) owns the Czech Staropramen brewery a (competitor to Urquell) they bought this and several other Central European breweries when they purchased the Starbev brewing company several years ago.

As for having no respect for quality and tradition ALL of the breweries they purchased are still open in those countries and the beer is still produced in the native countries, much the same as the UK breweries they purchased (Burtonwood, Sharps and Franciscan Well in ireland)

I know this as I was working as a contractor for MolsonCoors visiting the Staropramen brewery in Prague only last week.
Edited by: "Uridium" 6th Mar
kirku9 h, 8 m ago

You're wrong on both counts. It's not owned by Miller's (it's owned by …You're wrong on both counts. It's not owned by Miller's (it's owned by Asahi) and is only brewed in two breweries - one in Czechia and one in Russia. Also, having lived in Czechia, I can tell you that the Czechs prize Pilsner above all other major beers - and for good reason.


cmontgomeryburns12 h, 51 m ago

That's a plus point.Urquell is owned by the US giant Millers, who brew it …That's a plus point.Urquell is owned by the US giant Millers, who brew it anywhere where it's cheaper than the Czech republic, with no respect for quality and tradition. Budvar beer is brewed in the Czech republic, being state owned.




As of 11 October 2016, Miller Brands UK became Asahi UK Ltd, a subsidiary of Asahi Europe Ltd.

As Asahi UK, we will continue to develop Asahi Europe’s Super Premium Beer brands across the UK and Ireland. As such, the change in ownership should not affect any of our customers, suppliers or consumers, as we will continue to be the brand custodians for Peroni Nastro Azzurro, St Stefanus, Pilsner Urquell, Kozel and others.
Pilsner Urquell is today brewed in two breweries; in the Pilsen brewery and in Kaluga, Russia. It was brewed between 2002 and 2011 in Tychy in Poland
utopiangames14 h, 59 m ago

Couldn't get on with the keg, 1st couple pints too frothy, and last couple …Couldn't get on with the keg, 1st couple pints too frothy, and last couple flat, buy it in cans I say :P


Cans are better. You can actually fit them in the fridge.
Pilsner Urquell was great in the 1970s when it was cloudy and still brewed in pitch lined wooden tanks (and you could taste it- who knows what chemicals had been extracted). All went to pot later on when they got rid of those barrels and became a big boy (though it is still better than most).
I think I’ve just entered a parallel universe on the history of beer
kirku21 h, 43 m ago

You're wrong on both counts. It's not owned by Miller's (it's owned by …You're wrong on both counts. It's not owned by Miller's (it's owned by Asahi) and is only brewed in two breweries - one in Czechia and one in Russia. Also, having lived in Czechia, I can tell you that the Czechs prize Pilsner above all other major beers - and for good reason.


No one calls it Czechia! Anyway I agree Pilsner Urquell is a good beer. I prefer Kozel. I used to have a lovely Slovakian girlfriend and she got me to try plenty of excellent Slovak and Czech beers. Dobrý pivo!
Edited by: "fishmaster" 6th Mar
fishmaster9 h, 41 m ago

No one calls it Czechia! Anyway I agree Pilsner Urquell is a good beer. I …No one calls it Czechia! Anyway I agree Pilsner Urquell is a good beer. I prefer Kozel. I used to have a lovely Slovakian girlfriend and she got me to try plenty of excellent Slovak and Czech beers. Dobrý pivo!


Na zdravi! And I'm lazy, so I much prefer Czechia over The Czech Republic.
fishmaster23 h, 30 m ago

No one calls it Czechia! Anyway I agree Pilsner Urquell is a good beer. I …No one calls it Czechia! Anyway I agree Pilsner Urquell is a good beer. I prefer Kozel. I used to have a lovely Slovakian girlfriend and she got me to try plenty of excellent Slovak and Czech beers. Dobrý pivo!


I disagree....all the Czech people I know call it Czechia.....
fishmaster6th Mar

No one calls it Czechia! Anyway I agree Pilsner Urquell is a good beer. I …No one calls it Czechia! Anyway I agree Pilsner Urquell is a good beer. I prefer Kozel. I used to have a lovely Slovakian girlfriend and she got me to try plenty of excellent Slovak and Czech beers. Dobrý pivo!


I'm from Czech Republic, not Czechia and I can only agree with you! Czech beer = great beer... Czech Republic is a beer country, no doubt
Bought one but now I need a bigger fridge:/
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