It was only a few weeks ago that we wrote about the fact that the price of the most expensive beer in the world was £7.50 per 12oz bottle.
Now, the price is being cut by 10 per cent, according to the UK’s biggest supermarket.
The average price of a pint of Miller Lite is now £1.75, while the cheapest beer in Britain is £1, which was a pint in January last year.
It may sound like a huge change but there’s actually not a lot of change in terms of quality.
The most expensive ale is still made with the same malted barley as a typical Pilsner, with the beer being a blend of corn, wheat and barley.
As well as the malt, the beer is also made with hops from the same variety as the Pilsners, and also from the Northern Hemisphere hops that dominate craft beer.
The result is a very high quality product, which is why a pint costs so much.
But is the change worth the price?
The truth is that this is a product that is becoming more and more popular, and this is due to the fact there is now a greater demand for quality beer.
Beer, in its purest form, is made with malt, which produces the aroma of malted grain.
It is also rich in flavour, thanks to its high alcohol content, but not so much so that it’s bad for your health.
It has also been shown to have health benefits, so if you have a serious health problem, you’re probably going to want to buy more beer than you think you need.