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Hollandia Beer 24x330ml $30.99 - Arc Valley Premium Lager $29.90 @ Dan Murphy's

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While searching for cheap beer I came up with these two offers

Hollandia Beer 24x330ml $30.99 - https://www.danmurphys.com.au/product/DM_367804/hollandia-be...

Arc Valley Premium Lager 24 x 330 ml $29.90 https://www.danmurphys.com.au/product/DM_768725/arc-valley-p...

It was quite popular before so I thought I'd post it

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    Just wondering what price they normally are, anyone know?

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      I actually thought these were normal prices tbh. Still, if given a choice between a Holandia and a VB I'd go the Holandia.

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        Damn, seems like there's some VB afficianado's here!

        I will echo the Oettinger recommendation for cheap cheap down the page.

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      $35

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    LOL: From the Arc Valley review "Cons: even free i will never drink again"

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    Hollandia 28.99 in NSW

    very drinkable at that price

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    28.99 in Vic as well.

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    Searching for cheap alcohol, especially beer that you don't mix, is always hit and miss.

    Sure you can get the odd deal or hidden gem but most of the time its not going to taste the best. But taste is a personal preference and you do only rent it…..

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    FWIW the price per ml of the Hollandia is pretty much bang on with the per ml cost of the Oettinger Pils 500ml cans ($29 ~8L vs $43 12L). The latter is very well regarded amongst many beer afficienados as THE bang for buck budget beer.

    Don't be scared of beer in cans either, many yrs ago YES cans made the beer taste metallic/tainted but superior linings of the metal now means that cans are actually the superior storage vessel as block out 100% of visible light (which damages beer).

    Pilsenser will please any palate, especially in this hot weather. Just an option anyway as it's a significantly superior drop to the Hollandia or Arc. :-)

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      Hollandia > Oettinger IMHO. I indulged in cheap Oettinger from this deal. First can was awful, second not so bad, third tolerable, from 4th onwards was actually OK. Just had to press through the first couple. Very cold cans helped too.

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      People like the convenience of drinking from the bottle though.
      If you drink are classy enough to use a glass, can is better :-)

      Öttinger is good if you like a light-tasting lager. Tastes similar to a lot of "premium" beers.

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    Been this price for long time,best imported beer by far for the price,drank plenty never crook off it

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    if you don't mind large bottle, buy the 650ml. it's $49.99/case which is equivalent to $25.38/case in 330ml stubby.
    https://www.danmurphys.com.au/product/DM_706694/hollandia-be...

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      The cases for the 650ml bottles are only 15 count, so the maths doesn't work out sorry…

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      The $50 case is only for 15 which turns out to be about $1.38 a standard drink, so for the 330 ml bottles it's about $1.076 per standard drink

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        damn it. bought a case 650ml

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    28.99 for Hollandia in Kelmscott WA, very drinkable.

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    Hollandia is now $29.99

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      Looks like $30.99 to me?

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        maybe it varies by state

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          You're right, I just changed states and it comes in at $29.99.