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Oskar Blues in the UK


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BenH 2198:6
Originally posted by FrumptyDumpty
Do you really even need to drink 2 month old pale and ipa when there is great fresh beer being made in the UK? Also gubna is fucking horrid liquid onions.


Manís gotta tick
6/25/2013 6:32:09 AM

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RichTheVillan 2509:10
Originally posted by Leighton
Originally posted by RichTheVillan
Ten Fidy is good but is £10.50


At BrewDog? Thatís BS. How much is the Daleís? Oskar Blues isnít cheap in the US, but that price is still about 3-4x what you would pay Stateside.

Yep at BrewDog Birmingham, Daleís was about £6.50 355ml, Deviant Dale and GíKnight were about £8 each 500ml can.
6/25/2013 7:08:20 AM

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evergreen0199 1942:
Originally posted by RichTheVillan
Originally posted by Leighton
Originally posted by RichTheVillan
Ten Fidy is good but is £10.50


At BrewDog? Thatís BS. How much is the Daleís? Oskar Blues isnít cheap in the US, but that price is still about 3-4x what you would pay Stateside.

Yep at BrewDog Birmingham, Daleís was about £6.50 355ml, Deviant Dale and GíKnight were about £8 each 500ml can.


I love Oskar Blues but those prices are a little painful. It would be easier to visit the States for a short holiday and drink some great beers and then fill your suitcase up on the way home. On my last NY trip I bought a lot of cans (21st Amendment and Oskar Blues) to bring home, really easy to pack and transport home safely to Blighty.
6/25/2013 7:17:42 AM

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SaintMatty 5110:220
Oskar Blues costs about 2.50 gbp here in Sweden from the state-owned stores. Brewdog seem to be milking it a bit.
6/25/2013 7:19:08 AM

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SaintMatty 5110:220
I was referring to the Dales Pale Ale, but the Ten Fidy cost about 5.25 when it was out.
6/25/2013 7:19:41 AM

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Leighton 10540:574
Originally posted by SaintMatty
Oskar Blues costs about 2.50 gbp here in Sweden from the state-owned stores. Brewdog seem to be milking it a bit.



When I was in Stockholm around this time last year I actually bought a few bottles of BrewDog beers because they were cheaper at Systembolaget than they are in the UK.
6/25/2013 7:23:49 AM

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Theydon_Bois 7944:606
Originally posted by Leighton
Originally posted by SaintMatty
Oskar Blues costs about 2.50 gbp here in Sweden from the state-owned stores. Brewdog seem to be milking it a bit.



When I was in Stockholm around this time last year I actually bought a few bottles of BrewDog beers because they were cheaper at Systembolaget than they are in the UK.


Werenít BD bottles also cheaper when we went to Drankengeers?
6/25/2013 7:39:38 AM

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harrisoni 13283:21
Some BrewDog beers are cheaper in Terre de Boissons in Cite Europe in Calais as well.



I still find the 660ml bottles of Punk IPA in Sainsburys to be the cheapest BD hit. Or wait until the 330ml bottles are down to £1 a bottle or 2 for £2.
6/25/2013 7:52:00 AM

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zimbo 526:
Dales Pale Ale was very nice. At two months itís hardly íoldí.
6/25/2013 1:56:29 PM

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