I tire of beer lowering alcohol content and size & raising prices. This beer is a perfect example of being ripped off by greedy corporations.
from day one ,i was a big extra dry fan......until the dreaded product change-as advised by an email from the company "its what the cosumer wants".Not this consumer,alcohol content down from 6.5 to 5.5 %,different taste and less beer-not happy,so changed product-do yourselves a favour and take a look at the sales figures since the change-any difference?
everything,before the change
everything, after the change
it is now a rip off. less beer less alcohol.
like you did with hann ice beer when you purchased it , you have done the same with e dry platinum you took the best beer, made the contents less and lowered the alcohol content. this is a blatant rip off. You should be ashamed of yourselves.
beautiful, great taste, no afterfects like a hangover. a little expensive, but worth every dollar.
nothing was, untill you changed it from 6.5 to 5.2 and less in the bottle. It does,nt aste as good. no more.
What once was is no more
This was the Swiss army knifes of beer. Packaged in a convenient 8 pack to last out a party and strong enough that 8 was more than enough this beer was the Aussie BBQ blokes dream. You could even afford to share a couple around. Unfortunately Tooheys decided that this winning formula contained too much fun.
Now with reduced alcohol (5.2% from 6.5%) and sold in 6 packs as opposed to the most excellent 8 pack bundle this beer has lost much of what set it apart. As if this was not enough it has taken on a distinctly less "Clear and crisp" taste. I would suggest that this is because it has been watered down from the tank out the back of the over intelligent person's property that decided it was smart to mess with this once, most excellent of Aussie beer choices.
Not much any more
Taste, Price, Value, Packaging
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