The BEST Guide to POLAND
Unanswered  |  Archives 
 
 
User: Guest

Home / Law  % width posts: 33

POLISH BEER IMPORT TO UK


poziomka 1 | -
16 Jul 2009 #1
would like to find out how can one export polish beer legally to uk.cost and cif
amanmadhaan - | 1
6 Aug 2009 #2
I am looking for the same as well but nobody is replying ...i think nobody wants to share info in this forum........
Krzysztof 2 | 973
6 Aug 2009 #3
i think nobody wants to share info in this forum

Or maybe it's summer holidays time and many people are away?!

Anyway, you want to know how to export to UK, so your main concern is probably UK import laws, not Polish export laws.
So you should search for advice on a forum called "Business in UK", I guess.
SzwedwPolsce 11 | 1,595
6 Aug 2009 #4
I guess it's more difficult and more paperwork needed to get permission for import of alcoholic beverages.
delphiandomine 88 | 18,475
6 Aug 2009 #5
I don't think it's actually that difficult - you just have to sort out the payment of excise duties when the stuff is imported. There's things such as bonded warehouses where the goods can be stored upon importation without duty being payable - but when they're removed, you have to pay.
LondonChick 31 | 1,133
6 Aug 2009 #6
I would have thought that the major Polish brands were already in the UK, seeing as Tyskie is distributed by S&N and Zwyiec is distributed by Heiniken and Bosman is linked to Carlsberg.
tornado2007 11 | 2,274
7 Aug 2009 #7
i guess i'm sort of repeating what LondonChick has already said, there are so many Polish beers out here already that you really don't need to do any more exporting, that is of course unless your looking to fill a specific space in the market that you have identified is not yet satisfied???
SzwedwPolsce 11 | 1,595
7 Aug 2009 #8
space in the market

There can never be to much Zywiec around. ;) Tyskie, on the other hand, is more difficult to understand why people like so much.
tornado2007 11 | 2,274
7 Aug 2009 #9
There can never be to much Zywiec around.

I do like it but i've never really been taken by Polish beer/lager etc actually.
Harry
7 Aug 2009 #10
There can never be to much Zywiec around. ;)

Yes there most certainly can. In fact there is far far too much of it around Warsaw. Zywiec isn't even the third best beer made by Grupa Zywiec!
Wroclaw Boy
7 Aug 2009 #11
Ive been waiting for a suitable thread to post this picture:


  • Tescos Polish beer
Harry
7 Aug 2009 #12
^ Almost certainly tastes better than Zywiec.
SzwedwPolsce 11 | 1,595
7 Aug 2009 #13
Tescos Polish beer

Haha... I must go to T just to try that one.
time means 5 | 1,310
7 Aug 2009 #14
Ive been waiting for a suitable thread to post this picture:

lol,great pic. WB how much per can,whats the strength and does it taste like "rats ****"?
Wroclaw Boy
7 Aug 2009 #15
I have no idea I just saw it at tesco'a and took a picture, should have bought a can really or atleast checked the price. If it tasted bad I could have always used it for my fish batter. I wonder if it really is Polish beer, brewed especially for the market?

I'll buy a can next time.
time means 5 | 1,310
7 Aug 2009 #16
I wonder if it really is Polish beer, brewed especially for the market?

I'll buy a can next time.

I/we await your report :-) cheers (no pun intended) matey :-)))
frd 7 | 1,399
7 Aug 2009 #17
there should be a thread for gourmets of polish tesco beers.. ( and other polish brands that are called "piwo" ), with marks and photos :)
szarlotka 8 | 2,209
7 Aug 2009 #18
with marks

I volunteer to be official taster and marker. As long as someone else goes to Tescitz to pick up the samples. I don't do the dark side;)
sonu - | 1
11 Aug 2009 #19
hi,

I'm intrested in Tyskie , Zyweic, lech and debove for belgium and holland. Is there anyone who knows good wholesalers in these two countries or who's intressted to work together. Please contact sonu492@hotmail
bonny - | 1
10 Sep 2009 #20
If anybody is interested in beer or other alc: I (German, living near Tychy) personally know one of the biggest importers of these stuff in UK (located Greater Manchester).

But just interested is not enough:-)
so pls specify, thanks
eurospiders - | 1
28 Jul 2010 #21
When we are using this forum we don't need to ask how to import export Polish beer to UK, basically, if some one is expert and doing business of import export knows every thing. Polish beer's history is very long, and if you want to know there are some people who love Polish beer and if they love they must be involve in it. Please go to british-food-drink-export.co.uk and you will know how people are dedicated to tell every secret of export. if you are not satisfied the go to britishfooddrinkexport.com if still want something more than go to sabmiller, carlsbeg and heineken websites they will tell you how to do business of import export of Polish beer.

If still there is something more you want to understand or you think there is a secret, then send an email to ukexport@lat-uk.co.uk and you will get all the secret for FREE.

Please use this forum for information only bot for questions.
smurf 39 | 1,981
28 Jul 2010 #22
If still there is something more you want to understand or you think there is a secret, then send an email to ukexport@lat-uk.co.uk and you will get all the secret for FREE.

hahaha well said, like have these people heard of google searching the breweries and distributors :-)
Crow 147 | 9,292
29 Jul 2010 #23
if i come to London i would ask exclusively for Polish beer. Slavic products are best
smurf 39 | 1,981
29 Jul 2010 #24
Slavic products are best

yea, like Fiat 126?
bah!

oh and this too :-)
...
ishwar - | 2
15 Aug 2010 #25
I can get some main polsih beersd from france
But what price ranges are you looking at and the quantities?
Branchinghenk - | 2
7 Feb 2012 #26
Anyone able to put me in touch with suppers please contact me on branching_henk@hotmail

Looking for large amounts in the uk

Cheers
Ciderman123 - | 3
19 Jul 2012 #27
HI, I can help you with that - I'm UK living in Poland where I have import export company. We have a range of 5 VERY tasty high quality and attractively bottled beers for movement to UK. Please email me for more info - Simon - info AT koncept1.pl

smurf
That's not really fair, there are many avenues to making business contacts, forums are sometimes faster - cuts the crap sometimes if you know what I mean:) Or maybe want to spend hours on the phone:)
sobieski 107 | 2,128
19 Jul 2012 #28
I was at home back in Belgium. Saw in my native Antwerp a "sklep spo┼╝ywczy / towar prostu z Polski". Polish beer was 1,3 EUR. Insane - what with Belgian beer costing less...and much better...And who would buy ┼╗ywiec in Belgium?
Puzzie 1 | 63
19 Jul 2012 #29
Buddy, Polish beer is way better than Belgian. The later, e.g. Stella Artois, tastes to me like pi$$. And it can't compare with the English bitter, particularly ESB, or even Japanese beer. Belgian pi$$, pardon me, "beer,", has been so omnipresent, I think, only thanks to clever advertising and deep-rooted stereotyping. Who would buy Zywiec in Belgium, you ask? Aren't there any Poles in Belgium? The fact that they're ready to pay much more for Polish beer than Belgian is proof of the Polish beer superiority. By the way, you're using our great King's last name as a nick, but, I noticed, you are a vicious Polonophobe. Are all Belgians as Polonophobic as you? Are you really Belgian, or, say, Jewish "Belgian"?

:)
Appleby 1 | 25
19 Jul 2012 #30
Polish beer is way better than Belgian

I am afraid your comment shows you haven't had the pleasure of drinking many Belgian beers. Allow me to bring the various abbey beers, wheat beers, trappist beers, blonde and brown beers to your attention. A lot of them available in Poland, by the way, from smakpiwa from Wwa. They deliver as well. Try a couple of them, and then come back to me. I am sure you won't be telling me ever again that Polish beer is the best.


Home / Law / POLISH BEER IMPORT TO UK
BoldItalic [quote]
 
To post as Guest, enter a temporary username or login and post as a member.