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Price Comparison for Tuborg
by - written on 01/01/10 (Very useful, 122 readings)
Having been to a childrens party this afternoon, which was alcohol free for me, as I was DAVE, The Designated Driver, I called into my local Co-op for a few cans of beer for us. I noticed that Tuborg was on special offer. Buy One Get One Free at £5.00 for a 4 pack of 275ml bottles. So, I Bought One and Got One Free!! This lager is made by Pilsner and is held in a green bottle. It has an 'amazing' ring pull cap, which I have never seen before on a beer bottle, or any bottle for that matter. Simply put your thumb on the cap and lift the ring pull and off pops the cap. Its a great unique difference and pretty good selling point as you do not need a bottle ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/11/09, updated on 24/11/09 (Very useful, 643 readings)
INTRODUCTION With a new found level of alcohol fuelled confidence after my experimentation with Brahma, I decided to take another bold leap of faith during my trip to the local Co-op. I decided it was high time to try out a 4 pack of Tuborg Pilsner Lager, and as an added bonus, this beer was on special offer, Buy One, Get One Free (BOGOF) along with Grolsch and Carlsberg Export. As an insurance policy alongside my Tuborg trial, I also bought one of my stock standard beer purchases, a 4 pack of Carlsberg Export. WHAT IS TUBORG? Without any prior knowledge, I would have said it sounds like one of the enemies from the modern Star Trek TV ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/05/08, updated on 24/05/08 (Very useful, 1718 readings)
...Introduction.. Following on from my review of Seabrook crinkle cut crisps yesterday I have decided to review another of the things we had whilst watching the Manchester United v Chelsea in the Champions league final and that was Tuborg lager. Here's how it came about. About a couple of hours before the match started a friend and myself went up the road to a local off licence to pick up some more beers. I had 8 bottles of Carlsberg Export and 1 can of Grolsch. As there werent many offers on the stuff we knew we liked we took a chance with Tuborg, a drink we hadnt had before. ...Tuborg... Tuborg was opened in 1873 and is one ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/03/10 (Useful, 219 readings)
This crisp tempting larger provides an interesting alternative to Carling, Fosters, Carlsberg et al. One of the problems this beer however, is it's lack of availability as a draft lager it also seems (as with most lagers) to a massive variation in retail price. Obviously this problem is not limited to Tuborg, but for example the temple bar in Manchester retails a pint of Tuborg in excess of £3 which most drinkers would find excessive. The colour seems quite similar to Fosters but has the advantage of not being as gassy as the Australian larger. This lack of gas and smoother texture does give it an advantage over it's rivals, all in all one would suggest this ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/10/09 (Useful, 55 readings)
Tuborg what can i say, probably the best beer to come out of denmark since Carlsberg. Though not approved by the Danish royal family, It is highly approved off by me, the rich clear taste of this larger is refreshing especially after a hard day at work. Available in new fangled ring pull bottles which are especially cool, firstly as no bottle opener is needed and secondly you can wear it as a fashionable ring to impress your friends and family. As well as being available in 500ml Cans and the better tasting 330ml bottles, it is also available in some pubs most famously in Weatherspoons on draft which unleashes its full clear Danish taste. As a larger you can taste the ... Read the complete review
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