30 November, 2007

Make yours a Bavarian Christmas

On the first day of Christmas my true love said to me - a case of Bavaria Premium for free? And that's exactly what five Off Licence News readers could find at the bottom of their festive stockings this year, thanks to those generous brewing folk at Bavaria UK.

If you're sick of everything tasting of turkey at Christmas, refreshing Bavaria Premium is guaranteed to jingle the tastebuds. Brewed in Holland since 1719, this 5 per cent imported Pilsner lager has been flying off supermarket shelves faster than a turbo-charged Rudolph.

Bavaria is owned and managed by the seventh generation of the Swinkels family. And now we're giving you the chance to celebrate the festive season in the best Swinkels tradition and make your yuletide a real cracker.

There are five cases of Bavaria Premium up for grabs. To be in with a chance of winning a case simply answer the following question:

Which family owns and manages the Bavaria


Send your answer, with your name, address and telephone number, by Dec 21, to: Bavaria Beer Case Comp, Bavaria UK, Ascension House, Crown Square, First Avenue, Centrum 100, Burton on Trent, Staffordshire DE14, 2WW.

T&Cs: If advertised prizes are no longer available at time of awarding the prize, we will substitute a prize of equal or greater value. No cash alternative prize is available. This competition is not open to employees of Bavaria or their agents or associated companies. Competition open to UK residents aged 18 and over only.

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