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29-06-2020, 21:45   #8491
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Are there different versions of the Rheinbacher like there is Perlenbacher?

If it blew the Germany brewed Perlenbacher out of the water, I ight just give it a try!
do not think think so,i know you can get it in a can as well,but i always buy the 6 pck of 500ml bottles lovely stuff cheers.
highly recommended,did you try it yet?.
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29-06-2020, 22:04   #8492
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do not think think so,i know you can get it in a can as well,but i always buy the 6 pck of 500ml bottles lovely stuff cheers.
highly recommended,did you try it yet?.
Not yet.

Trying to slim down a bit after plumping up during the lockdown.
Will definitely try it at some stage though. Fed up of waiting for the XXL Perlinbacher to come back in.
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30-06-2020, 12:37   #8493
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Not yet.

Trying to slim down a bit after plumping up during the lockdown.
Will definitely try it at some stage though. Fed up of waiting for the XXL Perlinbacher to come back in.
I would say that Rheinbacher from a bottle or can beats the Germany-brewed XXL Perlenbacher.

obviously when I say from a can I mean drinking from a glass!

possibly a tiny bit crisper from a bottle but that could be just a mind trick

recommend to try both can and bottle - both good
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30-06-2020, 15:09   #8494
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I've heard beer is fresher from a can as no light gets in to harm the hops and also air can get in under a bottle cap.
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01-07-2020, 20:01   #8495
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Tesco Dun Laoghaire still have the Peroni 24s for 25 quid, bout 17 boxes left
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01-07-2020, 20:06   #8496
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I would say that Rheinbacher from a bottle or can beats the Germany-brewed XXL Perlenbacher.

obviously when I say from a can I mean drinking from a glass!

possibly a tiny bit crisper from a bottle but that could be just a mind trick

recommend to try both can and bottle - both good
+1 on this. Rheinbacher for some reason gets less attention than Perlenbacher.

Probably a bit of a personal choice but I like the more bitter flavour in Rheinbacher. Perlenbacher is that bit sweet for my liking.

Unlike you though Glasso I prefer the cans of Rheinbacher. Maybe I’m losing it but it think it’s a different recipe. The bottles taste sweeter to me.

Must do a blind taste test can v bottle.
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01-07-2020, 21:06   #8497
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Any decent deals on Guinness?

There was a report on RTE that they are resuming brewing since stopping in March. No wonder there is a shortage of offers.
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01-07-2020, 21:56   #8498
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Any decent deals on Guinness?

There was a report on RTE that they are resuming brewing since stopping in March. No wonder there is a shortage of offers.
slab in Tesco €30 it's 8 cans for €10 mix and match with other beers
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02-07-2020, 06:22   #8499
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I'll never stop being amazed that people drink Budweiser. Any price is a rip off.
Continue to be amazed. I love it. Beats the sh1t of of that craft stuff and anything that ends in ....acher.
Everyone to their own.
So, BOT. Any deals on slabs?
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02-07-2020, 09:27   #8500
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Doubt there'll be any slab deals until August BH. Tesco 8 for 10 offer on til next week
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02-07-2020, 17:41   #8501
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Offer of perlenbacher 8 for price of 6 back in Lidl from July 9th. Think it's €7.49 for 8 half litre bottles
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What does Budweiser and having sex in a canoe have in common?

They are both fxxking close to water
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Bought into the hype and tried Invivo Sauvingnon Blanc (Sarah Jessica Parker's wine) and have to say was very impressed. Currently on offer at €15 a bottle in Supervalu. Bought 2 and had a 6 off 30 voucher so worked out at €12 a bottle. Would definitely buy again.
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Bought into the hype and tried Kooliburra Shiraz (Aldi wine) and have to say was very impressed. Currently on offer at €4.99 a bottle in Aldi . Bought 2 and had no voucher so worked out at €4.99 a bottle. Would definitely buy again.

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Bought into the hype and tried Kooliburra Shiraz (Aldi wine) and have to say was very impressed. Currently on offer at €4.99 a bottle in Aldi . Bought 2 and had no voucher so worked out at €4.99 a bottle. Would definitely buy again.
I dont really get what is going on here?

Is the wine in Aldi nice or are you just trying to wind up the previous poster?
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