Sharp's DOOM BAR amber ale £1.50 @ Tesco
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Sharp's DOOM BAR amber ale £1.50 @ Tesco

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Found 18th Apr 2015
Love a nice drop of DOOM BAR, currently £1.50 a bottle in tesco. (found in Garforth but would imagine it's nationwide.)

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I love that the beer didn't last long enough to take a photo!

Does it contain real Shark?

The Brewery is Sharp's (part of Molson-Coors).

£1.50 doesn't sound very exciting; in most supermarkets, that's standard for bottled ales, with usual offers at £1.25, lower if you're lucky or in Aldi / Lidl.

6 pack for £8 in morrisons if anyone has one closer.

Heat for empty bottle photo

mikeh1337

Heat for empty bottle photo


Guess who works for Tesco!

I've not had a bottle of Doombar but have had pints of it in Wetherspoons. I nearly bought some but went for Sharp Atlantic IPA and Wolf Rock Red IPA.

But heat added.
Edited by: "philtheclaret" 18th Apr 2015

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Quadrille

The Brewery is Sharp's (part of Molson-Coors).£1.50 doesn't sound very … The Brewery is Sharp's (part of Molson-Coors).£1.50 doesn't sound very exciting; in most supermarkets, that's standard for bottled ales, with usual offers at £1.25, lower if you're lucky or in Aldi / Lidl.


Auto correct! And DOOM BAR is much preferred over a cheapie own or non brand for my tastes.

Supertrotters

DOOM BAR is much preferred over a cheapie own or non brand for my tastes.



The standard price for decent beers is around £1.50 in most major supermarkets; Special Offers tend to be £1.25 - as I say, cheaper in Aldi/Lidl. Banks isn't a cheapie (90p in Aldi recently), nor is Ruddles (£1) nor Directors (£1).

No-one's talking about cheapie or own brands; you need to get out more, life and opportunity are passing you by

Original Poster

Quadrille

The standard price for decent beers is around £1.50 in most major … The standard price for decent beers is around £1.50 in most major supermarkets; Special Offers tend to be £1.25 - as I say, cheaper in Aldi/Lidl. Banks isn't a cheapie (90p in Aldi recently), nor is Ruddles (£1) nor Directors (£1). No-one's talking about cheapie or own brands; you need to get out more, life and opportunity are passing you by




DOOM BAR is normally £2 everywhere. It's like saying well a porsche is £85k, but I can get a Focus for £16k.

And if I need to get out more, why do you keep coming back?... ;-)

Supertrotters

It's like saying well a porsche is £85k, but I can get a Focus for £16k.



Poor analogy. It implies that Doom Bar is objectively better than the vast majority of quality beers that can be bought for £1.50. If you really think Doom Bar deserves 50p more, then that's your choice - it doesn't mean you have better taste. And as you seem to know so little about other beers, it even suggests you're a Brand man, not a beer man. A bit sad, but your choice.

Supertrotters

And if I need to get out more, why do you keep coming back?... ;-)


Doesn't even make sense

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Supertrotters

It's like saying well a porsche is £85k, but I can get a Focus for £16k.

Supertrotters

And if I need to get out more, why do you keep coming back?... ;-)



Yes, my tastes and opinion. No doubt you're a "craft" man...

Supertrotters

No doubt you're a "craft" man...



Looks like your deduction skills aren't as good as mine!
London Pride (usually about £1.50); Abbott (£1.17 Aldi); Spitfire (£1.50, many outlets) and other fine ales.

On the basis of your selection (market leader after huge promotion plus tied pubs), I'd bet a round pound that you're a Manchester United Fan and that you don't come from Manchester - they rarely do

Original Poster

Not sure where you're getting those prices for individual bottles. (excluding Aldi)

So you're not a craft man, bet you like Brewdog though.

(sorry that was below the belt...)

Beer snobbery is hilarious..... Yes.... Really....

6 x Pack 500ml Doom Bar for £8 Tesco
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