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Murphys Draught (10 cans) now £4.97 at Asda
Murphys Draught (10 cans) now £4.97 at Asda

Murphys Draught (10 cans) now £4.97 at Asda

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AS it says, 10 cans of murphys draught now £4.97 at Asda. not sure if also online.

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How much normally?

Sometimes prefer this to the usual black stuff - pity I'm on a diet... Perhaps I need to top up my iron levels.

meandog101;8119939

Sometimes prefer this to the usual black stuff - pity I'm on a diet... … Sometimes prefer this to the usual black stuff - pity I'm on a diet... Perhaps I need to top up my iron levels.

This is an accepted substitute for the holy water of St Patrick's day that is 'Guinness'.... :-D

Not showing on website as one of their deals or is it store specific? :?

Blasphemous;8119957

This is an accepted substitute for the holy water of St Patrick's day … This is an accepted substitute for the holy water of St Patrick's day that is 'Guinness'.... :-D



Bless you father ;-)

Just in time for tomorrow :thumbsup:

fill ya boots!

Like the Murphys........i'm not bitter

Good price. Hot

I wish they still sold Kilkenny Draught Irish Beer here in the UK, I still look for it when I go shopping even though it was withdrawn from UK sale years ago :*(

Poor man's Guinness?

TECHSPEC;8119849

How much normally?



It's £2.99 for 4 in ALDI.

Definately a hot deal.

BlazeJohny;8122083

Poor man's Guinness?



I prefer the taste of this to guinness. It's a bit richer.

charliebrown;8120106

Bless you father ;-)

Thank you my son and bless you.

You know what i'm gong to say....


Makes your sh!t black.

Coming from an Irishman I got to say thats a very very good deal , in fact im going to text my Father and tell him to drive over the border into NI on a booze run and get himself stocked up .

MinerWilly;8123280

Coming from an Irishman I got to say thats a very very good deal , in … Coming from an Irishman I got to say thats a very very good deal , in fact im going to text my Father and tell him to drive over the border into NI on a booze run and get himself stocked up .



I just bought some at this price in ASDA here in Bangor, County Down (NI) - so your dad will be in luck. :thumbsup:

Slainte mhor!

Good price
considering The true cost of a pint, saw this today,

Buy a pint and just 7p goes towards the cost of making the drink, while a £4 bottle of wine costs just 30p to make. So where on Earth is the rest of your money going?
Paying for more than beer
Ian Lowe of Camra says the mark-up on prices varies enormously but estimates this stands at around 55% on the average pint.

However, it's the government that is making the most from the nation's penchant for a tipple: around a third of the cost of a pint goes to the Treasury. For a pint of 4% beer, 37.4p goes in just excise duty, not counting the VAT of 17.5%. This excise duty rises to 50p for a 5% strength brew. In contrast just 7p is spent on the raw materials such as hops and barley.

"Global breweries say they make 1p a pint and it's actually the government that makes more money on beer than brewers and licensees," said Lowe.

Has anyone bought these at this price?
Was in my ASDA this morning ans £3.34 for 4 cans
Couldn't see this offer anywhere
arthur

I was doing a quick lunchtime shop at Asda and these were indeed on the shelf at £4.97, but just priced normally, no Red/Yellow discount label.

I thought about picking some up but I was walking

Thanks for this great deal! It has been featured in Bitterwallet's ]deals of the day!



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