Is Britain’s Most Expensive Beer Worth the Price?

Not really, according to some drinkers of “The Bruery’s Mash and Coconut” who think that paying almost £50 (about €59) for the brown ale feels like “flushing your money down the toilet” (or throwing it out of the window).  Thought to be the most expensive in the UK, this beer, a “bourbon-barrel aged imperial brown ale, with notes of coconut” is no surprise to the experts, who justify its high price by reference to “all sorts of fancy things [that] go into a highly priced beer, from the way it is fermented to special artwork on the logo or it being brewed in a small batch…”

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/16605601/britains-most-expensive-beer-price-hikes-budget/https://headtopics.com/uk/britain-s-most-expensive-beer-costs-the-same-as-four-pub-roasts-22412902

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