Not bad at all really
Refreshing, not bad taste wise and cheap.Whilst not in the same range as other more big named bitters (one wouldn't expect it to be so for the price) it's not bad at all and very drinkable. Nice and refreshing enough, and I'm happy enough to continue buying it as long as it's continuing to be stocked up here in Glasgow as it flies off the shelf up here in my local Tesco.
Hello does someone know if this Vegan as I can’t find any information online.
A very light but refreshing drink.
Absolutely Marvellous Beverage... Especially if you like ur drink!
Only 51 calories a can!
It's only 51 calories a can so is ideal for cutting back. Admittedly it's not as flavoursome as full strength beers but I find it quite refreshing. Might not be for everyone but I gave it a go and am getting used to it. At 25p a can you certainly can't go wrong so give it a try. I always have a few in my fridge now.
This is better described as a light ale as there are no hops in it and it is only 2.1% ABV. Akin to a Scottish light as opposed to heavy. Doesn't taste of much and if chill, I expect, of even less. It is quite gasy and leaves an after taste of soda water/carbonated water. On a Summers day it could be a refreshing drink and keep you sober whilst doing the barbeque, as it is low in alcohol and the gas would limit you capacity in polite company. A good price though, significantly but partially, due to the low duty bracket.
very good low alcohol bitter , nice taste and good value for money .
Provided you're not drinking to get drunk, this is
Provided you're not drinking to get drunk, this is an enjoyable and refreshing bitter.
Not the tastiest but quite drinkable, perfect for
Not the tastiest but quite drinkable, perfect for enjoying while reducing your alcohol consumption as it's half the alcohol or less of most beers but tastes much better than alcohol-free, and it's ridiculously good value too, at least partly as it attracts a quarter of the duty of most beers.