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Tyskie Polish Lager 4x500ml £4.00 @ Tesco
Tyskie Polish Lager 4x500ml  £4.00 @ Tesco

Tyskie Polish Lager 4x500ml £4.00 @ Tesco

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Tyskie is the king of Polish lagers. It's quite strong by comparison with standars lagers for example, Tyskie is 5.6% ABV and Carlsberg is 3.8%, But in my opinion Carlsbers tastes like wee, so if you too prefer quality it is high time to try a really nice lager.

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Good price if you can actually find any on the shelf!

You can also buy it 4 for £4 in most Off-License shops.

Isn't all continental (and Irish) lager at least 5%? It's only the UK lager which is so weak. You can find stronger German or French lager for less than £1 for 500ml can (Aldi/Lidl).

It`s Great Polish lager , not Irish , not Uk lager

Extremely nice lager - good price too

They were established in 1629, now part of sabmiller.com/ .

Sigh - I hate to break this to all of you, but Tyskie really isn't very good by Polish lager standards. It's one of the cheaper and, in my opinion, worse lagers available. This seems to be a common thing for imported lagers in the UK - they are sold as "premium" whereas in the country of origin they are considered a cheap piddle. Tyskie is the Polish equivalent of UK-brewed Carlsberg.

As far as I know this offer is for 4 x 500ml cans, even though the packaging shown makes it look like it's bottles.

Packs of 4 x 500ml Can of Lech Polish Lager are also £4.00 at Tesco.

ClashInDevon

CannedChaos;7640473

Sigh - I hate to break this to all of you, but Tyskie really isn't very … Sigh - I hate to break this to all of you, but Tyskie really isn't very good by Polish lager standards. It's one of the cheaper and, in my opinion, worse lagers available. This seems to be a common thing for imported lagers in the UK - they are sold as "premium" whereas in the country of origin they are considered a cheap piddle. Tyskie is the Polish equivalent of UK-brewed Carlsberg.



who told you that?!? equivalent of Carlsberg??? :x

men

Sigh - I hate to break this to all of you, but Tyskie really isn't very … Sigh - I hate to break this to all of you, but Tyskie really isn't very good by Polish lager standards. It's one of the cheaper and, in my opinion, worse lagers available. This seems to be a common thing for imported lagers in the UK - they are sold as "premium" whereas in the country of origin they are considered a cheap piddle. Tyskie is the Polish equivalent of UK-brewed Carlsberg.



all this is bulshit, men where you from

idiot

Um do you drink wee regularly ?;-)

Tyskie considered a cheap piddle back in Poland?


Now I've heard everything. :w00t:

CannedChaos;7640473

Sigh - I hate to break this to all of you, but Tyskie really isn't very … Sigh - I hate to break this to all of you, but Tyskie really isn't very good by Polish lager standards. It's one of the cheaper and, in my opinion, worse lagers available. This seems to be a common thing for imported lagers in the UK - they are sold as "premium" whereas in the country of origin they are considered a cheap piddle. Tyskie is the Polish equivalent of UK-brewed Carlsberg.



joke?

6 cans for £5 in my local Spar in Harrow. Also Zywiec and Lech.

Banned

alamakota: But in my opinion Carlsbers tastes like wee



How do you know it tastes like wee?

patscorpio;7641069

who told you that?!? equivalent of Carlsberg??? :x



I thought that would provoke some controversy :whistling:

It's got an unapealing, dull bitterness to it, leaving a lasting aftertaste. It tastes metallic out of a can (not really the fault of Tyskie, to be fair) and has a slight chemical tinge. It's gassy. No depth to the flavour - it's just really boring lager. This opinion is shared by myself and a large group of Polish, beer-drinking friends.

I mean don't get me wrong - Tyskie's alright (I prefer Zywiec myself, but it may be just the fact that their brewery is not far from my hometown) and this price is right. I just find it funny how a lot of beers being sold in the UK as premium, high-class beer are pretty average back where they come from - marketing can do wonders.

The Carlsberg comparison is less to do with the overall quality (Carlsberg is pretty terrible compared to Tyskie) but with the "status" of the beer. Tyskie has always seemed to me the kind of beer you buy by the crate and quaff. It sponsors festivals, football teams, is available absolutely everywhere and reasonably cheap. I'm not entirely unjustified in the comparison, am I?

misq, tylko dlatego, ze sie ze mna nie zgadzasz w sprawie piwa nie znaczy, ze musmimy tak zanizac poziom.

A moze Dog in the fog? PS. Polish beer which simulates "very british look and taste for a beer".

youtube.com/wat…6mU
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