Fans share pictures of dodgy pints served at stadiums across the UK

If only Carlsberg did football beers? Fans share pictures of dodgy pints served at stadiums across the UK

  • Some sold with so much froth it made up as much as three quarters of the drink
  • The images were shared among fans on the new Footy Bevs Twitter account
  • Had a badly-poured stadium pint? 連絡する: tom.pyman@mailonline.co.uk
  • Football fans have poured scorn over bad beers served up at stadiums across the country.

    Poor pints with dodgy head-ers were sold with so much froth it made up as much as three quarters of the plastic glass.

    At some grounds they even had to give supporters two cups because the head was so big the beer wouldn’t fit in one.

    The dodgy drinks were shared among fans on the new Footy Bevs ツイッター account which has more than 17,000 フォロワー.

    One of the clubs shamed was Manchester United, after a can of Carling was served in a plastic pint cup for £5 at Old Trafford - but only a quarter of it was lager and the rest froth

    One of the clubs shamed was Manchester United, after a can of Carling was served in a plastic pint cup for £5 at Old Traffordbut only a quarter of it was lager and the rest froth

    It was the same story at Championship side Nottingham Forest with a similar looking beer but for £4.40 at the City Ground

    It was the same story at Championship side Nottingham Forest with a similar looking beer but for £4.40 at the City Ground

    Sheffield United didn't fare much better with half of its £4.80 pint made up of froth at Bramall Lane

    Sheffield United didn’t fare much better with half of its £4.80 pint made up of froth at Bramall Lane

    One of the clubs shamed was Manchester United, after a can of Carling was served in a plastic pint cup for £5 at Old Traffordbut only a quarter of it was lager and the rest froth.

    Fan Adam Jackson fumed: ‘Amateurs need to learn how to pour a pint, even from a can.

    Another quipped: ‘At Man United we are happy to over pay for anything, Harry Maguire being a prime example. WHO, like this pint, also has a massive head.

    It was the same story at Championship side Nottingham Forest with a similar looking beer but for £4.40 at the City Ground.

    Paul Hopper ranted: ‘Wouldn’t even pick that up off the bar.

    Sheffield United didn’t fare much better with half of its £4.80 pint made up of froth at Bramall Lane.

    One supportercalled John – 前記: ‘The clubs just like the pint, halfway there but just not good enough.

    Half and half beers were also on sale at city rivals Sheffield Wednesday’s Hillsborough ground for £4 each.

    Half and half beers were also on sale at city rivals Sheffield Wednesday's Hillsborough ground for £4 each

    Half and half beers were also on sale at city rivals Sheffield Wednesday’s Hillsborough ground for £4 each

    But there were new lows at Ipswich Town's Portman Road ground where two cups had to be used because of the large head - and they cost £5 each

    But there were new lows at Ipswich Town’s Portman Road ground where two cups had to be used because of the large headand they cost £5 each

    A disappointing pour was also on display at Telford FC's New Bucks Head ground

    A disappointing pour was also on display at Telford FC’s New Bucks Head ground

    Paul Smith joked: ‘Watching Wednesday turns you to drink and they can’t even get that right, shambles.

    Christofer Walker said: ‘Outrageous, whether it was draft or out of a bottle, you wouldn’t accept that.

    But there were new lows at Ipswich Town’s Portman Road ground where two cups had to be used because of the large headand they cost £5 each.

    One visiting fan said: ‘Ever had a bit poured into another cup to make up for the big head? You haven’t been to Ipswich away if not.