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Another BWS beer of the month Dos Equis
A very refreshing, golden, aromatic, pilsner-style lager.
330 mls !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Are we meant to drink it or inhale it ???
this is called inflation, most beers r now 330ml
not real beers…
Yes but look at the alc volume for VB - 4.6%
Dos Equis is 5%
It really peeves me the way that most of the local brewers in Australia have slowly reduced alc vol over the past ten years or so.
Anyone else fed up with this? I would rather pay more for a proper "full strength" beer.
actually they sell mid strength at full strength prices - I hate that even more….
wait, what? Since when was VB real beer?
@Narodnik: Since hops was discovered…
@Narodnik: Since someone decided the taste of liquefied rotten eggs should be a beer.
@Timski: You're obviously not punching above your weight…
not just beers - right across the board size reductions in product ranges
grocery shrink ray!
Nice, was waiting for this months.
Why do they always release these so late in the month?
gotta love Friday evening beer specials
Do we have to get naked with a horse to buy this beer?
Does anyone else wonder why the voucher looks like a 3yr old was trying to learn photoshop while making this?
OOPS….disregard…stupid free .pdf readers at work corrupting the voucher!
just got my 6-pack. pretty good. refreshing and smooth!
Like this beer. Liked when they had this deal last time as well. Cheers mate.
I didn't like this beer last time, but I will buy it because it is the right price. Each to his own, but I think this is swill. Better than VB though.
@sus888: I believe that beers and spirit-based RTDs are taxed on how many standard drinks they contain. That's why stronger beers tend to be in smaller bottles, as it lowers the tax that needs to be paid on them.
That is also why several RTD's like Smirnoff, Bullet, Woodstock etc. have lowered the alcohol percentage in some of their drinks, as opposed to a few years ago.
@fattyboombatty: Speaking of taxes, I believe that the tax on mid-strength and light beers is much lower than that of full strength beers. I think the reason that they are similar / the same price as 'normal' beer is that the companies have realised people will pay that much, leading to a much higher profit margin for them.
Anyone with certain knowledge: feel free to step in and correct me if I'm wrong :-)
Sorry have to neg this. Bws will only accept a printed voucher. Can't show it on a screen like phone/laptop. Save a tree and accept electronic vouchers
Why would that be a reason to neg the deal? Don't they have to scan the voucher?
some people think they live in utopia
Maybe when BWS starts to accept electronic vouchers covert will ho the extra mile for environment and say to BWS "Why not just take my word for it, save electricity and accept people's words."
Barcodes scan just fine of a screen.
They scan even better off a piece of paper that takes 10 seconds to print.
just get them to type in the numbers under the barcode and the deal comes up. I know I often forget to print it off at a high quality, so the code doesn't scan (I have a rather old printer), but I just ask if he can type in the numbers and sure enough, up the deal pops.
As a self confessed beer-o-holic I would reccomend the 330ml for a hot day to prevent warm beer syndrome.
I think we have strayed in the comments away from the true meaning of this bargain…..beer!
I got this deal for a present for my Dad's birthday. I had printer the voucher and put it in my car for myself, and then i was thinking of getting some decent beer as one gift for my Dad, "hey, i've got that voucher in the car!" :)
I will be getting some tomorrow for myself. :)
For those concerned with saving a tree (or at least 1/5000 of a tree), so much that you neg the deal, then why not do like i do and print on a recycled piece of paper. I keep A4 pieces that i've previously printed on and don't need anymore, or made a printing error etc, or done an ink cartridge alignment.