Aldi’s Selling Beers For Just 99p After Saving Pub Stock That Was Going To Get Wasted

Anna Lewis
·1-min read

From Delish

Poor pubs have been shut on and off for the last 12 months, which means a whole load of beer has gone to waste. To stop any more getting poured down the drain, Aldi has a plan.

The supermarket has purchased a load of beer from breweries that would usually sell their wares to pubs and bars, but have obviously not been able to do that much this year. So not only is Aldi saving a load of beer going to waste, it’s also able to sell amazing beers to you for a low, low price.

Now, that’s a win-win situation if I ever heard one!

The cheapest beer on offer in this wonderful Aldi beer sale is Spitfire Gold, which is a Kentish ale from Shepherd Neame brewery, and will cost you a mere 99p for a 500ml bottle.

Photo credit: Getty Images
Photo credit: Getty Images

As well as this, there are 10 other beers on offer, including the Wild Gravity IPA from Bad Co brewery, and Business As Usual traditional amber beer from Derby Brewing, which will set you back £1.49 per 500ml bottle.

In total, Aldi has purchased around 25,000 gallons of beer from 13 breweries. How cool is that?!

Because these beers are classed as Aldi special buys, they won’t be restocked once they’ve been sold, so you better get a wriggle on or you'll regret it.

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