Win a year's supply of Holland's Guinness Pies

We've teamed up with Holland's, one of the UK's best-known producers of pies and puddings for over 165 years, to offer one lucky reader a year's supply of Holland's Steak & GUINNESS ®collection '” the perfect St. Patrick's Day prize.

Wednesday, 16th March 2016, 7:00 am
Updated Wednesday, 16th March 2016, 1:01 pm

Just buy the March 17 edition of the Doncaster Free Press to find out how to win this mouth-watering prize and go to page 48 for this great giveaway competition.

This unique range features the finest ingredients – with the unmistakable taste of GUINNESS® beer. The Steak & GUINNESS® Pastry Topped Pie offers slow cooked tender prime steak in a rich GUINNESS® beer gravy, with carrots, parsnips, leeks and mushrooms; topped with a pastry lid.

The Steak & GUINNESS ® Pudding features slow cooked prime steak, in a rich gravy infused with GUINNESS® beer and steamed in Holland’s unique pastry case. Holland’s wealth of knowledge and years of tradition have been used throughout the creation and cooking process to ensure the final taste is pure perfection, with the distinctive taste of GUINNESS® beer.

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Available in frozen two-packs, these two new Steak & GUINNESS® creations are a first-class treat. Both the pie and pudding can be microwaved in just 5 minutes from frozen. Available nationwide in all good retailers, priced at £2.50 rrp.

For further information on the Holland’s Pie range visit Holland’s Pies site. Like them at Holland’s Pies Facebook Page and follow on @hollandspies

T&Cs: There will be one winner;

The winner will receive one prize of a year’s supply of Holland’s best selling Guinness Pies (52 Pies);

The winner can choose to reduce the amount of pies received if they wish; Prize of 52 pies will be delivered in one drop.

No cash alternative to the prize will be offered;

Winner will be contacted by telephone to arrange an appropriate date for delivery within 30 days. But you have to be in it to win it, so buy your March 17 edition of the Free Press.