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Stella Artois Lager 18 cans (18x440 ml) £12 @ Asda (online and instore)
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Stella Artois Lager 18 cans (18x440 ml) £12 @ Asda (online and instore)

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Posted 25th Mar
Stella Artois Lager 18 cans (18x440 ml) £12@Asda (online and instore)

Works out £1.52/lt
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Asda is the go to for beers now.
Kak wine choice but good beer offers.
Bargain...thanks!!
Great price. Was £15 a case at Sainsbury's last week
For Scottish buyers, Amazon still appears to be the cheapest for Stella between 1.70-1.80 per litre usually.
good for mothers day stella wife beater
yozzas26/03/2019 07:40

good for mothers day stella wife beater


It's surprising how that stigma hangs around.
It's a very different lager these days.

The ABV has come down (probably due to tax reasons) and it's a surprisingly much better drink for it.

The old stuff did noticeably strange things to people, this one doesn't and hasn't for quite some time, in my humble opinion of course.
ibblackberry126/03/2019 07:22

For Scottish buyers, Amazon still appears to be the cheapest for Stella …For Scottish buyers, Amazon still appears to be the cheapest for Stella between 1.70-1.80 per litre usually.



It is now £15 for a pack, I have paid as little as £12, so will have to wait for it to drop again. Bud Light was also £12, but up to £14 now.
Coors light too £12
tintowellfan1 h, 34 m ago

It is now £15 for a pack, I have paid as little as £12, so will have to w …It is now £15 for a pack, I have paid as little as £12, so will have to wait for it to drop again. Bud Light was also £12, but up to £14 now.


Yeah price fluctuates quite a bit but lowest i see in Scottish shops is 2.40 a litre.
tintowellfan1 h, 36 m ago

It is now £15 for a pack, I have paid as little as £12, so will have to w …It is now £15 for a pack, I have paid as little as £12, so will have to wait for it to drop again. Bud Light was also £12, but up to £14 now.


I see that bottles are cheaper than cans at 1.76 a litre at the mo
FREEZIN_WOLF1 h, 40 m ago

It's surprising how that stigma hangs around.It's a very different lager …It's surprising how that stigma hangs around.It's a very different lager these days.The ABV has come down (probably due to tax reasons) and it's a surprisingly much better drink for it.The old stuff did noticeably strange things to people, this one doesn't and hasn't for quite some time, in my humble opinion of course.


yeah its 4.8% now . so not too strong . remember drinking it 25 years a go
Minimum unit pricing in Scotland means retailers must love this. 18 cans of stella tends to be around the £19 mark. That's a hell of a nice bit of profit for them.
Morrisons dropped this to a tenner before xmas, hopefully will follow suit again following this price...
aw0835 s ago

yawn yawn


OOS online........
tonyenglish26/03/2019 10:41

Minimum unit pricing in Scotland means retailers must love this. 18 cans …Minimum unit pricing in Scotland means retailers must love this. 18 cans of stella tends to be around the £19 mark. That's a hell of a nice bit of profit for them.



Probably higher buying price too then.
yozzas3 h, 56 m ago

good for mothers day stella wife beater


Its 4.8% lol
FREEZIN_WOLF3 h, 20 m ago

It's surprising how that stigma hangs around.It's a very different lager …It's surprising how that stigma hangs around.It's a very different lager these days.The ABV has come down (probably due to tax reasons) and it's a surprisingly much better drink for it.The old stuff did noticeably strange things to people, this one doesn't and hasn't for quite some time, in my humble opinion of course.


“noticeably strange things” I enjoyed that line
TheRatedSeller26/03/2019 11:35

Probably higher buying price too then.



Quite possibly, but it's a bit dim for the Scottish govt to introduce it and let the retailers profit from it rather than collect the proceeds and use it
£19 online and instore in the People's Republic of Scotland. Same at Tesco.
But you can have four packs delivered from Amazon Pantry for £56, which is what I just did.
Cheers, Nicola.
Edited by: "Johnnyboy" 26th Mar
Good lager but my missus hates it for 1 reason: she always complains our bedroom stinks every morning if I had pleasure to consume 2 or more cans after work
Decent price, picked up a box yesterday evening
I usually look for 3 x 10 cans of 440ml @ 20 £, asda or Morrisons have sometimes this offer
tonyenglish3 h, 28 m ago

Quite possibly, but it's a bit dim for the Scottish govt to introduce it …Quite possibly, but it's a bit dim for the Scottish govt to introduce it and let the retailers profit from it rather than collect the proceeds and use it



Don't suppose that ever occurred to them. Or maybe they thought that a tax based on a minimum price would be extraordinary complex to administer, and it was much easier to just introduce a simple rule and let the market sort it out.
tintowellfan10 h, 5 m ago

It is now £15 for a pack, I have paid as little as £12, so will have to w …It is now £15 for a pack, I have paid as little as £12, so will have to wait for it to drop again. Bud Light was also £12, but up to £14 now.


Is there a post on here that tracks Scottish alcohol or beer prices/deals? I can't seem to find one
tonyenglish7 h, 49 m ago

Minimum unit pricing in Scotland means retailers must love this. 18 cans …Minimum unit pricing in Scotland means retailers must love this. 18 cans of stella tends to be around the £19 mark. That's a hell of a nice bit of profit for them.


Minimum unit pricing didn't really effect Stella's price. Only the stuff tramps drink. All the decent tasting stuff hasn't changed in price at all
ibblackberry111 h, 8 m ago

For Scottish buyers, Amazon still appears to be the cheapest for Stella …For Scottish buyers, Amazon still appears to be the cheapest for Stella between 1.70-1.80 per litre usually.


Is there a post on here that tracks Scottish alcohol or beer prices/deals? I can't seem to find one
tonyenglish26/03/2019 11:49

Quite possibly, but it's a bit dim for the Scottish govt to introduce it …Quite possibly, but it's a bit dim for the Scottish govt to introduce it and let the retailers profit from it rather than collect the proceeds and use it


They will get higher proceeds due to the higher amount of vat now on the purchase price. So not as dim as you thought
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Great price, there's a Morrisons/Asda/Sainsbury's all close by me can usually get it for £14 from one of them so looks like a trip to Asda for me.
Doubt it's in Scotland thanks snp 😡🍻🍺
great price, while I like this beer in bottles and on draft, it's not great in cans
Sonny_A26/03/2019 18:32

They will get higher proceeds due to the higher amount of vat now on the …They will get higher proceeds due to the higher amount of vat now on the purchase price. So not as dim as you thought



The extra in VAT is not huge in comparison to the overall increase. Supermarkets are selling this for £12 while in Scotland it goes for £19. That's £7 extra to the retailer(minus a bit of VAT) Don't really see why the Scottish government bring something in that simply adds to the profits of the companies selling booze
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tonyenglish27/03/2019 12:57

The extra in VAT is not huge in comparison to the overall increase. …The extra in VAT is not huge in comparison to the overall increase. Supermarkets are selling this for £12 while in Scotland it goes for £19. That's £7 extra to the retailer(minus a bit of VAT) Don't really see why the Scottish government bring something in that simply adds to the profits of the companies selling booze


You do realise duty and excuse is huge on alcohol?

As in a £6 bottle of wine costs the supermarket 50p to buy but because of taxes they have to sell for 10 times that to make a profit.

Anyway if you dont like it you know what to do. Move. It hasn't effected anything I drink so I dont care if neds and alkies now have to pay more for their cider
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