Tiger lager 12 bottles @ morrisons in store or online  - £8
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Tiger lager 12 bottles @ morrisons in store or online - £8

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Found 19th Aug 2017Edited by:"pavthebeast"
Tiger lager 12 bottles @ morrisons in store or online - £8
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jimbo235 h, 17 m ago

Why is that bad thing? Most beers now are brewed in the UK. In a lot of …Why is that bad thing? Most beers now are brewed in the UK. In a lot of cases a portion of/or all of the ingredients (minus the water) are from the original country of origin. Fosters for example, still uses some Australian ingredients. It saves a hell of a lot of cash (and greenhouse gases) not importing heavy loaded liquid filled bottles.


Cos it does not tastes like real thing.
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Made in the UK now sadly....
Just been to Morrisons for this... Naff all in mine!
Just picked the same box up from ASDA £7.20. 12x 330ml bottles. Good price though
spatter3 h, 34 m ago

Made in the UK now sadly....


Why is that bad thing? Most beers now are brewed in the UK. In a lot of cases a portion of/or all of the ingredients (minus the water) are from the original country of origin. Fosters for example, still uses some Australian ingredients. It saves a hell of a lot of cash (and greenhouse gases) not importing heavy loaded liquid filled bottles.
jimbo232 h, 7 m ago

Why is that bad thing? Most beers now are brewed in the UK. In a lot of …Why is that bad thing? Most beers now are brewed in the UK. In a lot of cases a portion of/or all of the ingredients (minus the water) are from the original country of origin. Fosters for example, still uses some Australian ingredients. It saves a hell of a lot of cash (and greenhouse gases) not importing heavy loaded liquid filled bottles.


The 4.8 tax saver killed many of previous decent beers
jimbo235 h, 17 m ago

Why is that bad thing? Most beers now are brewed in the UK. In a lot of …Why is that bad thing? Most beers now are brewed in the UK. In a lot of cases a portion of/or all of the ingredients (minus the water) are from the original country of origin. Fosters for example, still uses some Australian ingredients. It saves a hell of a lot of cash (and greenhouse gases) not importing heavy loaded liquid filled bottles.


Cos it does not tastes like real thing.
Hot hot hot
jimbo237 h, 5 m ago

Why is that bad thing? Most beers now are brewed in the UK. In a lot of …Why is that bad thing? Most beers now are brewed in the UK. In a lot of cases a portion of/or all of the ingredients (minus the water) are from the original country of origin. Fosters for example, still uses some Australian ingredients. It saves a hell of a lot of cash (and greenhouse gases) not importing heavy loaded liquid filled bottles.

Try Tyskie brewed in Poland and brewed in UK. Its a big difference in taste.
This will be £6 a case from Monday 21st along with Crumpton oaks cider 12 pack.
Red hot at that price no matter where its made!!!!!!!
meh 330ml bottles.
what is the point in 330ml bottles?
poison110 h, 19 m ago

This will be £6 a case from Monday 21st along with Crumpton oaks cider 12 …This will be £6 a case from Monday 21st along with Crumpton oaks cider 12 pack.Red hot at that price no matter where its made!!!!!!!



where will it be £6?
bojangles5 h, 11 m ago

meh 330ml bottles.what is the point in 330ml bottles?



I'd rather have 2 330ml bottles than 1 500ml.
Non in St Helens.
jimbo2322 h, 24 m ago

Why is that bad thing? Most beers now are brewed in the UK. In a lot of …Why is that bad thing? Most beers now are brewed in the UK. In a lot of cases a portion of/or all of the ingredients (minus the water) are from the original country of origin. Fosters for example, still uses some Australian ingredients. It saves a hell of a lot of cash (and greenhouse gases) not importing heavy loaded liquid filled bottles.


Waitrose Spanish lager is brewed in Spain.
I believe Estrella in Spain.
Not sure about Staropramen, could be brewed in Czech Rep.
Sainsburys own brand Staropramen (spelling) is brewed by Staropramen in Czech Rep.
Not sure about Mahou.

It's about the taste, some people don't mind it if it's brewed here eg Fosters.

It's a good price for the 12 bottles.
Edited by: "DCFC79" 20th Aug 2017
bazr5 h, 9 m ago

I'd rather have 2 330ml bottles than 1 500ml.


depends on the price per ml :P - but it gets a bit tedious when you get to the drink/pee/drink/pee routine!
jimbo2319th Aug

Why is that bad thing? Most beers now are brewed in the UK. In a lot of …Why is that bad thing? Most beers now are brewed in the UK. In a lot of cases a portion of/or all of the ingredients (minus the water) are from the original country of origin. Fosters for example, still uses some Australian ingredients. It saves a hell of a lot of cash (and greenhouse gases) not importing heavy loaded liquid filled bottles.


Water Profile. Beers/Lagers brewed under licence elsewhere, taste nothing like the origins of the beer.
As usually they are drinks tweaked to taste. As soon as you change something, then you are going to get a different tasting end product. You can try to make a water as close as possible to the original, but it will never be exactly the same due to the amount of various minerals, etc. that balance out the taste of the beer.
It is showing at £6 for 12 on the website... never going to gave any in my local mozzers sadly... might have a look though.
The water is a massive component for taste!
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