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Tiger beer 12 x 330ml included in 3 for £21 deal @ Asda
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Tiger beer 12 x 330ml included in 3 for £21 deal @ Asda

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Posted 22nd Jul 2019

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Tiger Beer is a refreshing and full bodied lager beer with a light straw colour, soft beady aroma and a hint of tropical fruit. Its malty character is immediately noticeable, with a silky texture on the palate and has a clean, crisp finish when served chilled. As its name suggests, Tiger packs a real bite. A premium lager with some cereal character on aroma. Fruity notes are balanced with moderate bitterness and clean finish. This Asian lager is an ideal choice to stand up to some of the sweeter dishes like satay. ABV: 4.8% Aroma: Slight pear drop and light cereal nose with touch of honey and yeast. Flavour: Sweet potato, honey and candied lemon balanced with pineapple acidity. Mouthfeel: Clean and full bodied.
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Good beer when made in Singapore, not so good now it's produced by Heineken UK Limited. Follows the trend of most global beers, excellent when produced in their own country, but not so good when contracted out to general breweries.
jeczap22/07/2019 15:38

It belongs to the '4.8 club' so will taste exactly like anything else 4.8% …It belongs to the '4.8 club' so will taste exactly like anything else 4.8% alc and brewed in the UK


Yep indeed .. Heineken are systematically destroying beer brands by brewing them in Manchester and Tadcaster . Producing yellow fizzy europish as cheaply as possible
Don't listen to all the rubbish it gets you pissed like all the others do.
furiousjammin22/07/2019 15:05

I've never tried this. What other lagers is it similar tasting to? …I've never tried this. What other lagers is it similar tasting to? Tsingtao? Singha?


It belongs to the '4.8 club' so will taste exactly like anything else 4.8% alc and brewed in the UK
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I've never tried this. What other lagers is it similar tasting to? Tsingtao? Singha?
Glad I don't drink this if that's a good deal
Good beer when made in Singapore, not so good now it's produced by Heineken UK Limited. Follows the trend of most global beers, excellent when produced in their own country, but not so good when contracted out to general breweries.
furiousjammin22/07/2019 15:05

I've never tried this. What other lagers is it similar tasting to? …I've never tried this. What other lagers is it similar tasting to? Tsingtao? Singha?


It belongs to the '4.8 club' so will taste exactly like anything else 4.8% alc and brewed in the UK
furiousjammin22/07/2019 15:05

I've never tried this. What other lagers is it similar tasting to? …I've never tried this. What other lagers is it similar tasting to? Tsingtao? Singha?


Its an ok beer but tsingtao and singha are much better beers
Don't listen to all the rubbish it gets you pissed like all the others do.
jeczap22/07/2019 15:38

It belongs to the '4.8 club' so will taste exactly like anything else 4.8% …It belongs to the '4.8 club' so will taste exactly like anything else 4.8% alc and brewed in the UK


Yep indeed .. Heineken are systematically destroying beer brands by brewing them in Manchester and Tadcaster . Producing yellow fizzy europish as cheaply as possible
plodging22/07/2019 16:29

Yep indeed .. Heineken are systematically destroying beer brands by …Yep indeed .. Heineken are systematically destroying beer brands by brewing them in Manchester and Tadcaster . Producing yellow fizzy europish as cheaply as possible


Sometimes it seems it is the same content just in different bottle.
Aquaslim22/07/2019 16:41

Sometimes it seems it is the same content just in different bottle.


They ain't interested in innovation or developing new products .. They just strive to stock the supermarkets with 50p a can/bottle garbage . They buy up "premium" brands then set about reducing the alcohol content to make it cheaper and people believe they are getting the premium article .. And like you have said it's basically the same old crap in different bottles.
Fortunately there is now a fair selection of indi breweries stuff available in supermarkets where the objective is to produce a quality product as opposed to the objective of striving for 50p a can multipacks .
plodging22/07/2019 16:58

They ain't interested in innovation or developing new products .. They …They ain't interested in innovation or developing new products .. They just strive to stock the supermarkets with 50p a can/bottle garbage . They buy up "premium" brands then set about reducing the alcohol content to make it cheaper and people believe they are getting the premium article .. And like you have said it's basically the same old crap in different bottles. Fortunately there is now a fair selection of indi breweries stuff available in supermarkets where the objective is to produce a quality product as opposed to the objective of striving for 50p a can multipacks .


50p per bottle is me and my mates target.....
plodging22/07/2019 16:58

They ain't interested in innovation or developing new products .. They …They ain't interested in innovation or developing new products .. They just strive to stock the supermarkets with 50p a can/bottle garbage . They buy up "premium" brands then set about reducing the alcohol content to make it cheaper and people believe they are getting the premium article .. And like you have said it's basically the same old crap in different bottles. Fortunately there is now a fair selection of indi breweries stuff available in supermarkets where the objective is to produce a quality product as opposed to the objective of striving for 50p a can multipacks .


Forget the quality, feel the width....

plodging22/07/2019 16:29

Yep indeed .. Heineken are systematically destroying beer brands by …Yep indeed .. Heineken are systematically destroying beer brands by brewing them in Manchester and Tadcaster . Producing yellow fizzy europish as cheaply as possible



Loving the "europish" description
waterloo22/07/2019 16:22

Don't listen to all the rubbish it gets you pissed like all the others do.


Whilst in France €11 can get to 40 bottles of beer (trust me they don't last long) recently it's been good here for offers
Once a beer gets known and considered "trendy" the big boys come in and f#ck it up. You just watch what happens to Estrella Damm......
YOG22/07/2019 15:34

Good beer when made in Singapore, not so good now it's produced by …Good beer when made in Singapore, not so good now it's produced by Heineken UK Limited. Follows the trend of most global beers, excellent when produced in their own country, but not so good when contracted out to general breweries.


Pretty much all mass-produced lagers taste the same, wherever they're brewed, Germany, Holland, France, Italy, Brazil, Spain Portugal, Singapore, India, doesn't really matter. Good thirst quencher in weather like this but not much flavour to them.
Nice deal op 🔥
Another faux import piss water. Hate it when they switch brewing to UK.
Thanks for posting @Hitya we have added this to today's Highlights section
This is a very nice rice beer
Can someone show me the formula to work out pence per litre, on this. Thank you
Leonjj23/07/2019 16:05

Whilst in France €11 can get to 40 bottles of beer (trust me they don't l …Whilst in France €11 can get to 40 bottles of beer (trust me they don't last long) recently it's been good here for offers


Where is this ? Calais ? Stubby stuff? 200ml bottles...
Beer tastes really bad these days. Maybe it always did and over the past few decades I'm just realising it more. Other than fosters everything else tastes really bitter.
stingersplash24/07/2019 03:00

Beer tastes really bad these days. Maybe it always did and over the past …Beer tastes really bad these days. Maybe it always did and over the past few decades I'm just realising it more. Other than fosters everything else tastes really bitter.



i avoid multipacks beers now i only buy single big bottles which seem a lot nicer to me.
BustyB29324/07/2019 00:03

Where is this ? Calais ? Stubby stuff? 200ml bottles...


Local super markets I'm South of France but it's all over and they are the 33cl size
stingersplash24/07/2019 03:00

Beer tastes really bad these days. Maybe it always did and over the past …Beer tastes really bad these days. Maybe it always did and over the past few decades I'm just realising it more. Other than fosters everything else tastes really bitter.


Fosters lmao
stingersplash24/07/2019 03:00

Beer tastes really bad these days. Maybe it always did and over the past …Beer tastes really bad these days. Maybe it always did and over the past few decades I'm just realising it more. Other than fosters everything else tastes really bitter.


Hahaha fosters hahaha. Worst of the worst!
DeanHaycock24/07/2019 08:39

Fosters lmao


Well Fosters Gold but still, beer just isn't as nice as a cuppa to me
ses6jwg24/07/2019 09:44

Hahaha fosters hahaha. Worst of the worst!


Well it was Fosters Gold I think but it sure beat the can of Michelob I got free from Amazon. Then again bottles seem to be better than cans. But really alcohol doesn't taste that great to me. Which I think is a positive, I never drink to get drunk, never to get a buzz, never been hungover.
Not as 'full bodied' as it used to be - it was OK at 5%, but they ruined it when reduced to 4.8% for UK only.
One of the nicest widely available imported lagers I've tried recently is tsingtao Chinese lager.
The Kronenbourg 15 * 440ml cans for £12 deal is better than this. Works out £1.80 less for the equivalent amount of beer in litres as per this deal and 5%abv at that.
stingersplash24/07/2019 03:00

Beer tastes really bad these days. Maybe it always did and over the past …Beer tastes really bad these days. Maybe it always did and over the past few decades I'm just realising it more. Other than fosters everything else tastes really bitter.


Fosters is probably the worst in my opinion
Darkchef27/07/2019 18:09

Fosters is probably the worst in my opinion


Fosters Gold I meant but maybe it's why I like it? If it's the least beery beer
stingersplash27/07/2019 18:17

Fosters Gold I meant but maybe it's why I like it? If it's the least beery …Fosters Gold I meant but maybe it's why I like it? If it's the least beery beer


Never tried fosters gold to be fair. That might not be as bad. Haha yeah possibly
The Tsingtao deal at B&M worked for me. £7.99 for 12x330ml
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