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Budweiser Prohibition Alcohol Free 330Ml Can @ Home Bargains - 25p
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Budweiser Prohibition Alcohol Free 330Ml Can @ Home Bargains - 25p

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Posted 8th JulAvailable: National

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nickrfuller08/07/2019 17:04

It's not worth 10p. No taste whatsoever.


Have you tried cleaning the fur off your tongue?
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Bargain indeed!
If my local HB have this I'm gonna get some to make a potentially decent shandy with 7 up free lol
Oh Budweiser Prohibition....... I'll get back to you on that one.
Great price for a great "designated driver" friendly tipple
'Alcohol free beer'... a term as blaspemous as 'vegan sausage'
It's not worth 10p. No taste whatsoever.
nickrfuller08/07/2019 17:04

It's not worth 10p. No taste whatsoever.


Have you tried cleaning the fur off your tongue?
Mildly unpleasant, but a cheap alternative to the ubiquitous can of coke for a driver.
I bought some of this for a party I was going to as I was the driver. It was the worst decision I made, it tasted revolting! I would suggest buying one and trying it before you purchase any more.
Heat added.
Edited by: "tonka2" 9th Jul
When the regular stuff tastes like water, is there actually going to be anything approaching flavour in this? Judging by some of the comments - nope! Even at 25p there's no way I'd offer this as an alcohol free alternative!
I always find it odd that with todays knowledge, they can't make things taste like the real thing.
Great deal. Thanks Twilight.
Waterless water. A cheeseburger without cheese. A vegan doner kebab.

Don’t see the point personally but if you like it then it’sa good deal I guess
migavupe08/07/2019 17:10

Have you tried cleaning the fur off your tongue?


Would that be preferable then to the Budweiser?
Drink a lot of non alcoholic beer, so was looking forward to trying, especially as the sugar is low. Was really terrible, couldn't finish the can. Yuk.
Edited by: "ajr3501" 8th Jul
Vile lager, alcohol free or not.
Find bud really bland so imagine this is pretty poor - think I'd rather have a tap water
zx636r08/07/2019 16:58

'Alcohol free beer'... a term as blaspemous as 'vegan sausage'



some vegan sausage actually taste good. (dont remember the brand though, think got from tesco but not their own brand)
bluewhale201508/07/2019 21:00

some vegan sausage actually taste good. (dont remember the brand though, …some vegan sausage actually taste good. (dont remember the brand though, think got from tesco but not their own brand)


Quite true... however i think it refers to the term... quorn range is full of meat flavour products... why?? If you're a veg everything should be tofu flavour
Edited by: "stealth666" 8th Jul
zx636r08/07/2019 18:36

I always find it odd that with todays knowledge, they can't make things …I always find it odd that with todays knowledge, they can't make things taste like the real thing.


What's the point of a sausage without lips and arsehole?
Edited by: "lukeo44" 9th Jul
ayeworld08/07/2019 20:20

Vile lager, alcohol free or not.


I prefer this to the normal Budweiser
Alcohol Free, Taste Free™
stealth66608/07/2019 22:02

Quite true... however i think it refers to the term... quorn range is full …Quite true... however i think it refers to the term... quorn range is full of meat flavour products... why?? If you're a veg everything should be tofu flavour


Why not? If you want the taste of meat without eating actual animal - for ethical, dietary or whatever reasons.

At hotels etc. I normally have the veggie sausages - find them much nicer than cheap sausages full of pork fat and rusk.

And there's nothing wrong with the term. Alcohol free beer makes perfect sense - as a term/name and as a thing.
The taste of beer (to various levels of success depending on the brand/product) without alcohol.

Typically a low sugar, low calorie, naturally isotonic drink. Good to preplenish electrolytes for big cycle rides etc.
Much healthier than most isotonic drinks.

Hence Radler - beer with lemonade - so shandy - named after Fahrrad - german for cyclist - drunk by long distance cyclists etc.

More accurate info here:
en.wikipedia.org/wik…ndy

Also there's the obvious use case of being a designated driver etc.

Or other situations when you want to socialise with others drinking but don't want to consume alcohol.

For example if you're big into you're working out - alcohol lowers your testosterone and reduces gains, so many abstain - at least around big workouts.

Always baffles me when people don't see the point.

Would rather than this an a J20 or something if I can't or don't want to drink. Loads less sugar!
bluewhale201508/07/2019 21:00

some vegan sausage actually taste good. (dont remember the brand though, …some vegan sausage actually taste good. (dont remember the brand though, think got from tesco but not their own brand)


Maybe Cauldron? They're fairly tasty, although not Vegan...

cauldronfoods.co.uk/pro…ges
Berwhale09/07/2019 16:29

Maybe Cauldron? They're fairly tasty, although not …Maybe Cauldron? They're fairly tasty, although not Vegan...https://www.cauldronfoods.co.uk/products/sausages



yes, think this is the one.
I am not vegan or vegetarian but I am mindful of the suffering I am contributing to(but not conscientious enough to change my lifestyle), eagerly waiting for lab grown meat to be widely available as choice.
Shinoke09/07/2019 15:29

Why not? If you want the taste of meat without eating actual animal - for …Why not? If you want the taste of meat without eating actual animal - for ethical, dietary or whatever reasons.At hotels etc. I normally have the veggie sausages - find them much nicer than cheap sausages full of pork fat and rusk.And there's nothing wrong with the term. Alcohol free beer makes perfect sense - as a term/name and as a thing.The taste of beer (to various levels of success depending on the brand/product) without alcohol.Typically a low sugar, low calorie, naturally isotonic drink. Good to preplenish electrolytes for big cycle rides etc.Much healthier than most isotonic drinks.Hence Radler - beer with lemonade - so shandy - named after Fahrrad - german for cyclist - drunk by long distance cyclists etc.More accurate info here:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shandy#RadlerAlso there's the obvious use case of being a designated driver etc.Or other situations when you want to socialise with others drinking but don't want to consume alcohol.For example if you're big into you're working out - alcohol lowers your testosterone and reduces gains, so many abstain - at least around big workouts.Always baffles me when people don't see the point.Would rather than this an a J20 or something if I can't or don't want to drink. Loads less sugar!


I don't drink lager for the taste... if i wanted taste i'd drink ribena...
stealth66610/07/2019 06:46

I don't drink lager for the taste... if i wanted taste i'd drink ribena...


Good for you, or not in the case of ribena.

Others are not the same

And ignores many of the scenarios I covered, unless you're happy drinking ribena when othere are having booze.
The alchohol free beer will be far lower in sugar and better for you.

Anyway, plenty of good reasons exist for many.

No idea why people feel the need to share their lack of understanding or appreciation of valid use cases for others just because they don't apply to themselves (often simply because they have different values/ideas, not because they themselves won't also benefit).
Shinoke10/07/2019 11:06

Good for you, or not in the case of ribena.Others are not the sameAnd …Good for you, or not in the case of ribena.Others are not the sameAnd ignores many of the scenarios I covered, unless you're happy drinking ribena when othere are having booze.The alchohol free beer will be far lower in sugar and better for you.Anyway, plenty of good reasons exist for many.No idea why people feel the need to share their lack of understanding or appreciation of valid use cases for others just because they don't apply to themselves (often simply because they have different values/ideas, not because they themselves won't also benefit).


You're missing the point... its not beer or lager... its bad tasting pop...
stealth66610/07/2019 19:27

You're missing the point... its not beer or lager... its bad tasting pop...


No, you're missing the point, that's exactly what it isn't. It doesn't have the sugar

Also if you don't drink larger for the taste then why do you drink it? To get drunk?

Unless the reason is because other better tasting drinks would get too sickly too quickly that's a poor reason.

The alchohol I drink I do because I like the taste, and that includes some largers occasionally, and plenty of nice beers.

I drink them because I like them, funnily enough.

And I regularly have Erdinger Alkoholfrei - their alcohol free version, precisely because I like the taste. It's a bit sweeter than their regular version, cheaper, lower calories, and healthier.

I'm not vegetarian and also eat some "veggy" options. This is becoming more common.

This isn't some poor tasting compromise, it's something different.

Anyway, it's completely pointless discussing it with you - you're single minded and blinded, and adding nothing to the conversation.

What's the point in saying alchohol free beer tastes terrible in a deal for it. We see is every time. Waste of time.
Edited by: "Shinoke" 10th Jul
Shinoke10/07/2019 22:32

No, you're missing the point, that's exactly what it isn't. It doesn't …No, you're missing the point, that's exactly what it isn't. It doesn't have the sugarAlso if you don't drink larger for the taste then why do you drink it? To get drunk?Unless the reason is because other better tasting drinks would get too sickly too quickly that's a poor reason.The alchohol I drink I do because I like the taste, and that includes some largers occasionally, and plenty of nice beers.I drink them because I like them, funnily enough.And I regularly have Erdinger Alkoholfrei - their alcohol free version, precisely because I like the taste. It's a bit sweeter than their regular version, cheaper, lower calories, and healthier.I'm not vegetarian and also eat some "veggy" options. This is becoming more common.This isn't some poor tasting compromise, it's something different.Anyway, it's completely pointless discussing it with you - you're single minded and blinded, and adding nothing to the conversation.What's the point in saying alchohol free beer tastes terrible in a deal for it. We see is every time. Waste of time.



aye orate... designated driver...
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