Deal back on; Heineken Lager Beer 12x330ml bottles 3 for £21 (£7 a case) Asda
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Deal back on; Heineken Lager Beer 12x330ml bottles 3 for £21 (£7 a case) Asda

£21£3030%Asda Deals
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Posted 7th Oct
Product Information
Heineken is a 5% full-bodied premium lager with deep golden colour, a mild bitter taste and a balanced hop aroma leaving a crisp, clean finish for ultimate refreshment.

Our flagship beer is characterised by banana and candy fruitiness, fresh malitiness and clean bittersweet finish. Enjoy it with friends whilst watching the football, Formula 1, or get to know new friends over a pint in a bar.

ABV: 5.0%

AROMA:
Light with fruity notes reminiscent of banana bread.

FLAVOUR:
Bananas and candy fruit, bittersweet, cracker like maltiness.

MOUTHFEEL:
Moderate body.

FINISH:
Lingering fruit and balanced bitterness.

FOOD MATCH:
Satay or banoffee pie.
Brand Marketing
Small is beautiful?
Back in 1873, in Amsterdam, Gerard Heineken founded a beautifully small start-up brewery. But it didn’t stay small. People loved his brewing quality so much that Heineken grew and became one of the world’s most admired beers. Actually, it’s not about size. Beauty is dedication to quality, whether you’re small, or big.

Back in 1873, Gerard Heineken founded a beautifully small brewery in Amsterdam, Holland. People loved the brewing quality so much, that Heineken® is now enjoyed in 192 countries worldwide. Size changes, the dedication to quality always remains.

25 million Heineken®s are enjoyed daily in 192 countries, making it the world’s most international beer.

Gerard Heineken founded Heineken® in 1873, and it was Freddy Heineken who introduced the tilted ‘e’ to bring joy to every drinker.

The red star represents the brewer’s symbol - 4 points represent the pure, natural ingredients - malted barley, water, hops, and the unique Heineken® A yeast. The final point represents the passion of craftsmanship.
Further Description
For more information visit: heineken.comFor more information visit: heineken.com/GB
Preparation and Usage
Serve cold
Regulated Product Name
Beer.
Storage Type
Ambient
Manufacturer Address
Heineken UK Limited,
3-4 Broadway Park,
Edinburgh,
EH12 9JZ.
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Heineken UK Limited,
3-4 Broadway Park,
Edinburgh,
EH12 9JZ.
Consumer Careline 0345 030 3280
customerservices@heineken.co.uk
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8ANNED07/10/2019 15:48

There isn't any difference where it's brewed, it tastes exactly the same. …There isn't any difference where it's brewed, it tastes exactly the same. If you think any differently, your wrong on every single level.


You clearly haven't tried it then. The Scottish brewed stuff is nowhere near as good as the Netherlands brew.

Even slight things such as different water sources have an effect on the taste, so you're* wrong.
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A deal like this makes me tempted to drink again
youchoose07/10/2019 13:10

A deal like this makes me tempted to drink again


It's making it more difficult for me to stop
Before the criers come on banging the drum about the Heineken. It's more than likely UK brewed. If you are not as dedicated to your alcoholism as much as millions of others are and this bothers you, don't moan, just buy yourself the WKD
Shogril07/10/2019 13:17

Before the criers come on banging the drum about the Heineken. It's more …Before the criers come on banging the drum about the Heineken. It's more than likely UK brewed. If you are not as dedicated to your alcoholism as much as millions of others are and this bothers you, don't moan, just buy yourself the WKD


Yes in Manchester
Who did they get to do the write up? Oz Clark is well known for his pretentious clap trap.
So are the 330mls now brewed in Edinburgh? Nooo!

Small offy round the corner from me only stocks the 440ml UK cans now.

Anyone know what sizes still are brewed over in the Netherlands?
Edited by: "sammy125" 7th Oct
sammy12507/10/2019 15:11

So are the 330mls now brewed in Edinburgh? Nooo!Small offy round the …So are the 330mls now brewed in Edinburgh? Nooo!Small offy round the corner from me only stocks the 440ml UK cans now.Anyone know what sizes still are brewed over in the Netherlands?


sammy125 wrote:
So are the 330mls now brewed in Edinburgh? Nooo! Small offy round the corner from me only stocks the 440ml UK cans now. Anyone know what sizes still are brewed over in the Netherlands?

Apparently these are still brewed in Holland


sammy125 wrote:
So are the 330mls now brewed in Edinburgh? Nooo! Small offy round the corner from me only stocks the 440ml UK cans now. Anyone know what sizes still are brewed over in the Netherlands?

Apparently these are still brewed in Holland

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There isn't any difference where it's brewed, it tastes exactly the same. If you think any differently, your wrong on every single level.
8ANNED07/10/2019 15:48

There isn't any difference where it's brewed, it tastes exactly the same. …There isn't any difference where it's brewed, it tastes exactly the same. If you think any differently, your wrong on every single level.


You clearly haven't tried it then. The Scottish brewed stuff is nowhere near as good as the Netherlands brew.

Even slight things such as different water sources have an effect on the taste, so you're* wrong.
Post Brexit these companies must be stopped from fudging country of origin it should clearly state Holland or Scotland
sammy12507/10/2019 16:18

You clearly haven't tried it then. The Scottish brewed stuff is nowhere …You clearly haven't tried it then. The Scottish brewed stuff is nowhere near as good as the Netherlands brew.Even slight things such as different water sources have an effect on the taste, so you're* wrong.



The way I gollop it, I couldn't tell the difference...............
sammy12507/10/2019 16:18

You clearly haven't tried it then. The Scottish brewed stuff is nowhere …You clearly haven't tried it then. The Scottish brewed stuff is nowhere near as good as the Netherlands brew.Even slight things such as different water sources have an effect on the taste, so you're* wrong.


Absolutely, how can you not taste the difference, the Dutch brewed Heineken is much tastier, @8ANNED do you drink Carling or Fosters as well!?
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