Tesco - Instore  Guinness Black Lager 4 Pack. Normally £5.15 now £1.49
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Tesco - Instore Guinness Black Lager 4 Pack. Normally £5.15 now £1.49

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Found 28th Jun 2013Made hot 3rd Jul 2013
Not sure if this local or national. Tesco Springhill Bangor had a whole pallet. Only £1.49 for the 4 pack. Really nice drink and a bargain at this price.

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Are they bigger ?

I do not drink it anymore, Guinness is made with fluoridated water.

Original Poster

Doh - Ta TT

So this is just larger yea? Nothing to do with the black stuff whatsoever? If it is, no way can they charge £1.25 a bottle normal price.
Edited by: "BeerGoggles" 28th Jun 2013

Original Poster

Very low levels apparently - considered Fluoride Free by this website as only 0.2 ppm

ffbeers.com/

BeerGoggles

So this is just larger yea? Nothing to do with the black stuff … So this is just larger yea? Nothing to do with the black stuff whatsoever? If it is, no way can they charge £1.25 a bottle normal price.


Drinking a Czech lager called Vratislav.
500 ml.5.0% £1 from Tesco, delicious!
Edited by: "scottswaha" 28th Jun 2013

Original Poster

BeerGoggles

So this is just larger yea? Nothing to do with the black stuff … So this is just larger yea? Nothing to do with the black stuff whatsoever? If it is, no way can they charge £1.25 a bottle normal price.



According to their marketing it is brewed like a lager but is made black by malting the barley for longer. £5.15 on tesco online and £5.12 in my local Asda so this is a great price for a decent lager

alanclose

According to their marketing it is brewed like a lager but is made black … According to their marketing it is brewed like a lager but is made black by malting the barley for longer. £5.15 on tesco online and £5.12 in my local Asda so this is a great price for a decent lager



Heat added, might even be worth a trip into posh Bangor where they say "palette" instead of pallet!! Bought 3 cases of this a few months back when Asda had it half price. Doubt if national well UK national don't think you can buy Black Lager outside of Ireland and US/Canada.

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Edited by: "cecilmcroberts" 28th Jun 2013

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cecilmcroberts

might even be worth a trip into posh Bangor where they say "palette" … might even be worth a trip into posh Bangor where they say "palette" instead of pallet!!



Second edit for spelling, really should have posted this before starting on my stash.

Black lager.....this has to taste better than Bud or Carling, in fact anything must taste better!

Never heard of it! Would give i a go at that price though!

It might be worth pointing out this stuff was only made available in Northern Ireland. The rest of the UK will struggle to find it.

telttruth

It might be worth pointing out this stuff was only made available in … It might be worth pointing out this stuff was only made available in Northern Ireland. The rest of the UK will struggle to find it.



We from N.Ireland could only dream that others would say in there UK deals that they are not available in N.Ireland!

parents live down there in Bangor, getting them to call in and see if there's any left.These are never on offer (I drink it) .

TyJust got a few 4 packs. Be quick though stock running low. Ty op .

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mardavrio

parents live down there in Bangor, getting them to call in and see if … parents live down there in Bangor, getting them to call in and see if there's any left.These are never on offer (I drink it) .



be quick, i was in just before 5 and they had about 30 packs left. Not sure if this offer is on in other NI tesco stores

Banned

Could someone in NI bubble wrap some and post to me plz

Hmm interesting

No.

cutsey69

No.

No what?

Lager is a type of cold conditioned beer brewed using specific strains of yeast that operate at a lower temperature than standard yeast used in ales/beer. It has nothing to do with the colour. Pale lagers did not become popular until the late 19th century. Before then nearly all lager was amber or very dark.

That is all.

scottswaha

I do not drink it anymore, Guinness is made with fluoridated water.


Cheers for that, I didn't know that. Thought it might have been a recent thing due to changes at the Dublin brewery, they certainly didn't mention it on the tour when I went.

Still the Park Royal Brewery, London (now closed) which wasn't flouridated produced a far inferior Guinness to the Dublin brew, as I remember it!

I'm not sure its the flouride in the water that will kill me though, being a fan of Guinness. But given the choice I'd rather it wasn't in Guinness.
Edited by: "tightar5e" 3rd Jul 2013

So essentially what we're saying is that you can drink this beer and have great teeth. All I need now is some cardboard and a marker pen and my dream lifestyle will come true.

scottswaha

I do not drink it anymore, Guinness is made with fluoridated water.



well this has just become my favourite drink, it repels idiots!

scottswaha

I do not drink it anymore, Guinness is made with fluoridated water.

so do you never use tap water or toothpaste? Jeez....

baxman

so do you never use tap water or toothpaste? Jeez....



Scotland is not fluoridated and toothpaste carries a warning not to ingest it, because...fluoride is poisonous.
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