You can get Guinness flavoured BBQ sauce at B&M – and it’s only £1

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DISCOUNTER B&M is now selling a delicious rich and smoky Guinness infused Barbecue Sauce.

Fans of the dark Irish brew are in for a treat because the boozy sauce is on sale for only £1.

Guinness BBQ Sauce
Guinness is now selling BBQ sauce.
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Guinness describes the sauce as a carefully created thick smoky sauce specially made with the dark brew.

Each 330g bottle packs a punch too as the smoky sauce contains spices including paprika.

The stout master has also launched a “smooth and intense” steak sauce which is also available at B&M for £1.

It is said to be a rich dark sauce carefully crafted to complement your steak and other meats.

The Sun came across the saucy double after Kevssnackreviews posted the find to Instagram.

Guinness have of course infused the rich savoury sauce with their world Irish dry stout.

The Dublin founded brewery was first establish in Ireland in 1759 and is one of the most successful beer brands worldwide.

From the get-go the beer was frequently used as an ingredient in recipes and is considered an authentic element in Irish-themed pubs.

Guinness is selling Guinness infused Steak Sauce
B&M is selling Guinness infused Steak Sauce
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You can also buy the smoky sauce online from Amazon for £5.59 – but that’s a whopping £4.49 more expensive than B&M Bargains.

Rollback king ASDA have the treat listed on their website and we will update the article when we have more information on its plans to stock the sauce.

Tesco sell a similar product – Bull’s-Eye BBQ Sauce (300ml) – for £2.50 and currently have a 2 for £3.00 offer on so you could give Bull’s-Eye BBQ Sweet Whiskey Sauce ago (300ml) while you’re at it.

If you want to give the steak sauce ago, you can buy the 295g bottle online from upmarket Partridges for £2.95 respectively.

Online retailer British Corner Shop also sells the quirky sauce but again at £3.49, it is more expensive than B&M.


If you’re looking for something to drizzle the sauces over, Aldi launched the ultimate BBQ meat range last week and every item costs a bargain £1.49 a pack.

You could even pick up a disposable charcoal barbecue for £1 at Poundland.

Or you could try out Aldi’s copycat “big green egg” BBQ for £350.

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