term describing six loose cans of lager, bought for £6 (or 75p per can). In London small off-licenses and all night bottle stores provide beer at this knock down price. Applies to most lagers inc. Stella and Kronenberg (my favourite) but sadly not Bud, which costs a bit more.
Getting six for a fiver from a small off license suprisingly works out cheaper than most supermarkets 'cos the cans are 500ml and not the pissy 440ml the supermarkets offer!
Who's turn is it to go to the shop?

(everybody at the session says they've alreadly been, until somebody finally gives in and agrees to go)

Get me six-for-a-fiver, a bag of kettle chips and some chocolate!
by Katherine23 April 12, 2006

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