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Paulaner Munich Beer Mini Keg 5L  - £16.00 (Prime) / £20.49 (non Prime) (£1.82 a pint !!!) on Amazon
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Paulaner Munich Beer Mini Keg 5L - £16.00 (Prime) / £20.49 (non Prime) (£1.82 a pint !!!) on Amazon

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Posted 20th Sep 2018

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Unreal price this, usually this stuff is £24.99.
Sometimes it's on offer at £20.
Just went on and Amazon are selling it for £16 !
That's an insane £1.82 a pint for a very nice imported German lager.

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29 Comments
Muncher hell? Sounds like my heaven!
5 liters is not 10 pints, and on top of that has anyone ever got more than 4 liters of actual liquid out of one of these mini keys?

but its a decent beer still
Edited by: "danielbentham" 20th Sep 2018
I love the Paulaner tent at Oktoberfest - I might put my drindl on while I drink it. Thanks OP
Excellent beer. Cheers
I find most of these 'import' lagers and beers taste the same... bit like the aldi and lidl stuff have a taste of cheapness abart em... plus these 'kegs' are a useless over priced gimmic.... can't beat 18 cans of stella for 16 quid at asda most weeks... just shy of 8 ltrs
Same price at waitrose, as part of their Oktoberfest beer specials! Got one last year and it's hella tasty!
I felt so clever when I recently went to Germany and asked the shopkeeper for a large beer glass.

“Ein Stein bitte”
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stealth66620/09/2018 11:47

I find most of these 'import' lagers and beers taste the same... bit like …I find most of these 'import' lagers and beers taste the same... bit like the aldi and lidl stuff have a taste of cheapness abart em... plus these 'kegs' are a useless over priced gimmic.... can't beat 18 cans of stella for 16 quid at asda most weeks... just shy of 8 ltrs


Having access to the single market, you would expect this to be a bit cheaper...... hey ho
jeczap20/09/2018 12:11

Having access to the single market, you would expect this to be a bit …Having access to the single market, you would expect this to be a bit cheaper...... hey ho



but that doesn't distract from the fact it leaves a bad taste in your mouth... a bit like the EU
stealth66620/09/2018 12:21

but that doesn't distract from the fact it leaves a bad taste in your …but that doesn't distract from the fact it leaves a bad taste in your mouth... a bit like the EU




Not as bad a taste as this propped up tory government are leaving.
Yeah being propped up by the dup/uda who are the definition of corruption !
Beautiful Weiss 🍺
Isn't this the low alcohol version?
If you haven't already tried this I'd heartily recommend it. It's pretty hard to get in the UK still, so we end up importing cases of it straight from Bavaria.

Temporarily out of stock, but worth ordering as I doubt you'll see it at this price again.
AwesomeDawson20/09/2018 11:48

I felt so clever when I recently went to Germany and asked the shopkeeper …I felt so clever when I recently went to Germany and asked the shopkeeper for a large beer glass. “Ein Stein bitte”


Took me a while. Well done.
stealth6662 h, 34 m ago

I find most of these 'import' lagers and beers taste the same... bit like …I find most of these 'import' lagers and beers taste the same... bit like the aldi and lidl stuff have a taste of cheapness abart em... plus these 'kegs' are a useless over priced gimmic.... can't beat 18 cans of stella for 16 quid at asda most weeks... just shy of 8 ltrs


I'd have to disagree on some points. This is not just any old generic unbranded import at all. This stuff is high end and costs £5.00 a pint here in Manchester. This has no taste of cheapness at all. It's a very very nice German lager. They sell the the bottles of this in M&S. Until recently it's been relatively hard to get hold of. I thought initially that the kegs were a gimmick too but for price per litre this is the most cost effective way of getting your hands on a good quantity of this beer. I agree though that £16 for 18 Stella is a great deal.
stealth6663 h, 18 m ago

but that doesn't distract from the fact it leaves a bad taste in your …but that doesn't distract from the fact it leaves a bad taste in your mouth... a bit like the EU


I'll drink to that
MrMakstar20/09/2018 12:18

Cool. Where did you get that?


I think I saw that in Lidl, I think it was a fiver
scunny3 h, 49 m ago

Not as bad a taste as this propped up tory government are leaving. Not as bad a taste as this propped up tory government are leaving.



Agree, but it the best for now... everyone else wants to stay... uk ip needs a shake up
AwesomeDawson20/09/2018 11:48

I felt so clever when I recently went to Germany and asked the shopkeeper …I felt so clever when I recently went to Germany and asked the shopkeeper for a large beer glass. “Ein Stein bitte”


Did you know the word stein is made up by us brits, in german stein translates as stone. It is a super cool stein tho
The Stein plus 1litre can was €6.50 FYI
jeczap6 h, 24 m ago

I think I saw that in Lidl, I think it was a fiver


Nope, that's their own brand one. This paulaner glass is also in waitrose but is a tenner. Pricey but you do get a massive can with it...
jeczap10 h, 56 m ago

Having access to the single market, you would expect this to be a bit … Having access to the single market, you would expect this to be a bit cheaper...... hey ho


It probably would have been until the pound tanked due to Brexit.
Any ideas on use by date? Thinking to get one but for Xmas - cheers.
Now £15 if any one is interested
Edited by: "craigldn" 9th Oct 2018
It's a great keg, very nice beer keeps well too.
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