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Perlenbacher Wheat Beer 5% 500ml £1.19 Lidl Aldershot
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Perlenbacher Wheat Beer 5% 500ml £1.19 Lidl Aldershot

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Posted 29th AprAvailable: National

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Refreshing 5% brew from Germany

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Lovely stuff.
Used to love the Perlenbacher twisty top beers, 89p a pint... Quality dropped and prices went up, not touched any of their range since.
Not a fan...
This batch is a lot nicer than last years.
Mostly_Alcohol29/04/2020 13:47

Used to love the Perlenbacher twisty top beers, 89p a pint... Quality …Used to love the Perlenbacher twisty top beers, 89p a pint... Quality dropped and prices went up, not touched any of their range since.


Second that
Not a big difference but will have to be a minimum of £1.25 in Scotland.(we will still moan)
I love wheat beer, unfortunately wheat beer does not like me.
slharbron29/04/2020 14:47

I love wheat beer, unfortunately wheat beer does not like me.


It's a mystery and a shame, well more of an outrage, that a German grocery chain can't knock up a few half decent lagers for a quid a can?
zcaprd729/04/2020 14:54

It's a mystery and a shame, well more of an outrage, that a German grocery …It's a mystery and a shame, well more of an outrage, that a German grocery chain can't knock up a few half decent lagers for a quid a can?


That's because German lager is of a totally different class to the chemical fizz which passes as lager in the UK and the US - "pi55y pi55y", as they say!
Not quite sure why so many cold votes for this brew I suspect most of those responsible have never tried it. Unlike Lidl Perlenbacher Lager (canned and bottled) it is brewed in the Fatherland to the Reinheitsgebot Bavarian purity law of 1516.

Up until 4 or 5 years ago Lidl sold Grafenwalder lager which went down very nicely and was about £2.50 for 4 cans, again brewed in Germany to the Reinheitsgebot. To increase profits they withdrew it in the UK and replaced it with Perlenbacher Lager produced in France by the giant Brasserie Champineulles owned by TCB Beverages . Most other Lidl own brand lagers come from Champineulles. None of this should be compared to the wheat beer in this thread

A bit more info here beeradvocate.com/com…66/
Edited by: "ansonuk1" 29th Apr
I've had about 20 cans now its different to last years
in my opinion bit like Schöfferhofer Hefeweizen
Just for info - the deal is nationwide not just Aldershot, it's part of Lidl Alpen week promotion but HUKD admin ignored this
Like wheat beer and tried a can of this the other day, nothing wrong with it but i wasn't really impressed and won't bother buying again.
Many thanks, just popped into my local and picked up a few cans.
GeneralTactifer29/04/2020 15:10

That's because German lager is of a totally different class to the …That's because German lager is of a totally different class to the chemical fizz which passes as lager in the UK and the US - "pi55y pi55y", as they say!


Exactly, why can't they get hold of some of the good stuff?
ansonuk129/04/2020 16:24

Not quite sure why so many cold votes for this brew I suspect most of …Not quite sure why so many cold votes for this brew I suspect most of those responsible have never tried it. Unlike Lidl Perlenbacher Lager (canned and bottled) it is brewed in the Fatherland to the Reinheitsgebot Bavarian purity law of 1516. Up until 4 or 5 years ago Lidl sold Grafenwalder lager which went down very nicely and was about £2.50 for 4 cans, again brewed in Germany to the Reinheitsgebot. To increase profits they withdrew it in the UK and replaced it with Perlenbacher Lager produced in France by the giant Brasserie Champineulles owned by TCB Beverages . Most other Lidl own brand lagers come from Champineulles. None of this should be compared to the wheat beer in this threadA bit more info here https://www.beeradvocate.com/community/threads/what-has-happened-to-lidles-grafenwalder.339166/


I've tried it, not bad, but not to my taste...
Great stuff if you want to pebble dash your toilet the following morning. Doesn’t agree with me anyway!
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