Cobra BEER. Save 1/3 - 12x330ml Bottles for £8.32 @ Sainsbury's (or 88 bottles for £46 + delivery, see description)
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Cobra BEER. Save 1/3 - 12x330ml Bottles for £8.32 @ Sainsbury's (or 88 bottles for £46 + delivery, see description)

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Found 13th Feb 2014
As title states, 12 bottles of cobra (330ml) for £8.32. (70p a bottle)

They also have 4x330ml for £3.32. (83p a bottle)

Combine with £15 off £60 shop voucher to get 88 bottles for £46.56 (7*12x330ml + 1*4x330ml)
Thats less than 53p a bottle!.. Bottoms up (please drink responsibly - or at least try)

Voucher code: hotukdeals.com/vou…071

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Cobra cobra cobra beer

valentines present sorted for my bf

Awesome deal. This will go nicely with my curry tonight

What about delivery?

Original Poster

popoyaya

What about delivery?



Not sure how much delivery is having never shopped with Sainsbury's online - added to title, thanks

Surprised this isn't hotter. 53p a bottle of decent beer like Cobra is a top deal.

U beauty

The multi pack bottles of this are no where near as nice as those that aren't. Good deal for some but personally I won't bother with it due to that fact.

colloquial

valentines present sorted for my bf



So what you're saying is you're a lady buying your man a beer? Can you just repeat that so I understand that concept? OK so you're a lady and you're buying your fella an alcoholic beverage, nope still not understanding that one. It's there, it's English, nope it's still not sunk in yet.

fishmaster, my wife bought me a couple of cases of this tonight. splendid stuff, and because im an old romantic I'm going to treat her to an Indian takeaway tomorrow to have something to wash down.....

I dunno what this deal is but I just come home been drinkn large cobras ans pretty pissedd so av some heaat!

ps I love u. ever and eever x

Brewed in UK,I like my foreign beers made in the country of origin.This now just tastes like Fosters Gold, Carling Chrome etc etc

You will be like a cobra if u drink all that

fishmaster

So what you're saying is you're a lady buying your man a beer? Can you … So what you're saying is you're a lady buying your man a beer? Can you just repeat that so I understand that concept? OK so you're a lady and you're buying your fella an alcoholic beverage, nope still not understanding that one. It's there, it's English, nope it's still not sunk in yet.



well.. it's his favorite??

safc32

The multi pack bottles of this are no where near as nice as those that … The multi pack bottles of this are no where near as nice as those that aren't. Good deal for some but personally I won't bother with it due to that fact.



So what is the difference then? If the label is the same the contents are the same unless there is something illegal or shady going on.

Westindieman

So what is the difference then? If the label is the same the contents are … So what is the difference then? If the label is the same the contents are the same unless there is something illegal or shady going on.



It tastes watered down, try it, look for a four pack where it doesn't say 'part of a multi pack' on the bottles, drink one, then right after drink one from a multi pack which does have that written on (in red & white, on the label covering the neck of the bottle)

@ safc32..... Generally the brew comes from the same fermenting vessels, down the same lines, into the same bottles. The labels that go on the bottles are whatever the labelling machine tells them to be. The cost of having different brews in different vessels and then mixing them to the required consistency for specific labels wouldn't be cost effective???

(Worked in Breweries up and down the British isles including our much missed Vaux.... Haway the lads!!!)

There is no difference, it's the same bottling line with a different label. If you think it's watered down in some packs but not others, you're sadly very wrong. It's all brewed in the same 'vat' and pumped into the bottles - 330ml or 660ml etc.

So anyone that believes it is watered down, it's in your mind, not a fact. Your head has fabricated this. It would be illegal otherwise, as it would be significantly less ABV % than the bottle states. Plus it's too expensive and labour intensive (as mentioned above), to have two separate lines (one watery and one strong).

Don't forget that these same bottling lines are used for other beers too - they're ultra-efficiently made and switch production all the time.

Although not brewed in the country of origin, Cobra is quite accurately replicated via the process of 'Burtonisation', as it is mainly the water that will change the same beer brewed in different countries. en.wikipedia.org/wik…ods
Edited by: "cactusbrandy" 21st Feb 2014

Still on offer at this price in-store today. Got a case this morning Thanks.
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