Yeastie Boys – Pot Kettle Black – Porter 6% 330ml 89p @ Home Bargains Instore
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Yeastie Boys – Pot Kettle Black – Porter 6% 330ml 89p @ Home Bargains Instore

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Edited by:"burnsey602"Found 28th Nov
A nice surprise when I popped into Home Bargains on way back from work, only 2 left on the shelf! Will be visiting a few other stores to see if there is any more stock for Christmas.

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Good beer, if you like something like hobgoblin then you will probably enjoy this.

£89 is a bit steep.

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TabbyBoy2 m ago

£89 is a bit steep.


Ha, good spot, edited now!

Many thanks, I'll have a look tomorrow.

Fantastic for cold winter evenings sat in front of a real fire!

goemon40 m ago

Good beer, if you like something like hobgoblin then you will probably …Good beer, if you like something like hobgoblin then you will probably enjoy this.



I can't stand Hobgoblin but love this stuff

Heat just for the name!

Picked up 8 a week or so ago...very nice.

Good deal picked up 6 on way home too. They also had 6 packs of founders IPA for £4.49 but I'm not to keen on it personally but a cracking deal

Excellent beer - generally pay £2.50ish a bottle for this

The Yeastie Boys are my favourite band.

Good price.

I think these are made under license from Brewdog.

Not any more apparently - goodbeerhunting.com/sig…oys
Edited by: "HaroFreestyler" 28th Nov

RichardEdwardPotter5 h, 5 m ago

Heat just for the name!



It's putting me off. I mean...what part of them is yeasty?

Meathotukdeals22 m ago

It's putting me off. I mean...what part of them is yeasty?



I believe there is a brewery in the USA that 'harvested the yeast from a ladies private area' and used it in the brewing process! I know they use fish swim bladder as finings in beer but that beer may smell fishy for other reasons

markopoloman10 m ago

I believe there is a brewery in the USA that 'harvested the yeast from a …I believe there is a brewery in the USA that 'harvested the yeast from a ladies private area' and used it in the brewing process! I know they use fish swim bladder as finings in beer but that beer may smell fishy for other reasons



I'm so conflicted! Do they have a picture of the birds in question? That might help.

I know nothing about these (assume it's a craft beer) but my favourite name was Old Growler (think that was an ale, though).

Lovely stuff heat added always gone thoe when I get there and the price is up inScotland thx Nicola your a doll

Bought one of these for £2.50 the other day and had it last night - easily worth that price so at 89p it's a steal.

HaroFreestyler11 h, 36 m ago

Good price.I think these are made under license from Brewdog.Not any more …Good price.I think these are made under license from Brewdog.Not any more apparently - http://goodbeerhunting.com/sightlines/2017/3/23/brewdog-cancels-contract-arrangement-with-yeastie-boys


They were only really using the premises, so weren't a BrewDog beer (for those who thought they might have been).

Really nice guys are from NZ (have some really good stories) and have a great range of beers.
This is hot price.

Bought 4 last Wednesday at 89p, drank 2 on Saturday evening. Really nice, looking forward to the other 2.

Bought 12, lol
Best Before 30/12 so won't be the freshest but still should be good.

They used to sell this in Aldi too, not seen it instore recently though. Heat added.

condracky21 h, 1 m ago

I can't stand Hobgoblin but love this stuff

You can't stand it?

Clearly not an accident, I know you planned it

bought 10 - will be long gone by new year!

Thought I’d give this a try. Nice smoky flavour. Prefer IPAs to darker ales but this is nice. Even bought some for an ale appreciating friend!

Cans rather than bottles in my local HB in Saturday, so bought another 6. BBE is still the end of the month, but should stay fresher longer than in bottles.
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