Sainsbury is swelling its range of beers in its Taste the Difference range with the addition of two brews.
A Munich-style festival beer matured for up to eight weeks, and a blonde ale made from English hops and Lincolnshire barley will be in store from this month.
Priced at £1.99 for a 660ml bottle, both hail from the Meantime Brewery in Greenwich, which already produces a handful of other beers for the retailer under the same banner. The original line up includes a Bavarian wheat beer and a Kolsch-style lager.

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