Carlsberg Don't do beer at home if they did it would be called DraughtMaster was £136.99 NOW £54.79 @ Argos. - HotUKDeals
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Perfect draught beer at home. The Carlsberg DraughtMasterTM dispenses cold fresh lager through a professional tap handle.

The 'plug and pour' unit is simple to use and easy to clean.

To be used with a pre-cooled 5 litre Carlsberg Export DraughtMasterTM keg.

We recommend that the Carlsberg DraughtMasterTM kegs are chilled for 12 to 24 hours before use.

Drip tray included.

The ultimate gift idea and great for parties.

Size (H)46.2, (W)27.5, (D)51cm.

Beer keg refills available at Threshers.
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#1
http://www.argos.co.uk/wcsstore/argos/images/58-4219347MSA68UC444710M.jpg
#2
oooh my hubby would love this... although i've already got his father's day pressies from the kids & can't afford to get him this now :-( fab deal though :thumbsup:
#3
Fathers day!! Good idea... Print this page and leave on the kitchen worktop!

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#4
cheerleader
oooh my hubby would love this... although i've already got his father's day pressies from the kids & can't afford to get him this now :-( fab deal though :thumbsup:


:thumbsup:
#5
Does anyone know if this comes with a keg and how much are kegs?
Thanks!:thumbsup:
#6
renown
Does anyone know if this comes with a keg and how much are kegs?
Thanks!:thumbsup:


Beer keg refills available at Threshers.:thumbsup:
#7
renown;5518476
Does anyone know if this comes with a keg and how much are kegs?
Thanks!:thumbsup:

they don't come with the keg although you can buy the kegs from tesco i think they are about £13 - £14 :thumbsup:
#8
DIdnt it get mentioned they are being discontinued ?
#9
£14.95 in Tesco - a bit of a fad imho - would prefer to get the Heini kegs and stick them in the fridge rather than buy this, Heini kegs are £12.
Would be interedted to see how is tastes from this tho :)
#10
Adam2050
Beer keg refills available at Threshers.:thumbsup:


cheerleader
they don't come with the keg although you can buy the kegs from tesco i think they are about £13 - £14 :thumbsup:


Thanks for getting back!;-)
[mod]#11
kpkiller
£14.95 in Tesco - a bit of a fad imho - would prefer to get the Heini kegs and stick them in the fridge rather than buy this, Heini kegs are £12.
Would be interedted to see how is tastes from this tho :)

i think its rubbish,tastes flat and u waste half the beer trying to get rid off the foam before u get to the beer,mines sat in the cupboard for ages...
#12
so you have to pre cool the beer and it just comes out of a tap, errrrr isnt that what the £14 heineken kegs do anyway without the novelty look dispenser??
#13
Waste of money!
#14
deanos;5518537
DIdnt it get mentioned they are being discontinued ?

They clearly are as my local Currys has them in the clearance area for quick sale at £29.99 so the chances are in a few months you wont be able to buy the kegs either which will make it a bit pointless having one

Voted cold
#15
Does anyone know if you can use a standard keg in this or if it has to be the Carlsberg ones? I was assuming they were all similar!! (think i'd try Curry's first though!!) lol
#16
Carlsberg is cheap commercial bland lager for the masses you need at least 6 pints before you start to feel any affect.

Give me a nice Leffe blond or a real czech budvar anyday

but if you want foamy bland weak lager I suppose this is agood way of dispensing it
[mod]#17
bikerjodie
Does anyone know if you can use a standard keg in this or if it has to be the Carlsberg ones? I was assuming they were all similar!! (think i'd try Curry's first though!!) lol


have to use the carlsberg ones
#18
they normally come with a voucher for a free keg in the box or when you register the product
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also i think there i a something like a £2 off voucher off a keg too

well therewas at christmas anyway
#19
Eats a lot of electricity too, by all accounts.

Personally, I'd buy a proper beer fridge with the money and put one of those party key things in it, if I wanted to have the "beer poured via a tap" experience.
#20
Gimmick and anyway, Export gives me a headache!

Heineken kegs are great and taste much better - takes up a lot fo room in the fridge though and not any cheaper than the cans considering you are buying in bulk :-)
#21
Guarenteed to be in the car boot sale by August! :thumbsup:
#22
Might be more expensive but this is what you want....

http://www.perfectbeers.com/categories.php

Then choose the beer you want from this selection http://www.perfectbeers.com/products.php?cat=2

Gonna get the Wunderbar myself at some point, once we've moved and all settled that babies coming home;-)
#23
I can confirm carlsberg are pulling out of the british market with this item as of 31st of june 09 so expect prices for the product and keg to fall over next few weeks/months
#24
I remember someone else posting this article last time this was posted. This thing uses the same amount of power as five fridges!!! :w00t:

http://www.savingtrust.dk/press/archive/press-releases_archive/draughtmaster
#25
GImmick product that turns 70p/can cheap lager into £3/pint lager (because you'll use the device about 4 times before giving up). Never mind the foam issue with these kegs...

And yes, quaffing Leffe Blonde (£2.49 for 750cl in Lidl right now) is a far better way to spend an evening.
#26
JeeBeePSB;5520669
And yes, quaffing Leffe Blonde (£2.49 for 750cl in Lidl right now) is a far better way to spend an evening.


Or better still(IMO) some quality English ale, give me a nice chilled bottle of Golden Champion and I'm happy.

Picked up two 10 packs of Old Speckled Hen from Tesco earlier on for £16, that's 80p per can, not bad at all:)
#27
Standard Carlsberg is pretty weak i agree but the export is much nicer and after a pack of them i have no problems going to sleep at night. :lazy:
#28
The issue with continued availability of the kegs needs to be cleared up before this could even be considered as a 'buy'.

Also, keg needs to be pre-chilled which makes it really awkward unless you are going to drink the whole keg (5L) in a relatively short time. So would be OK for parties but rubbish to just have sitting around for the occasional pint.

Plus, seems that only Carlsberg is available for this unit. If beer producers would get together and agree a standard it might be worth a shot.
#29
john-boi
Carlsberg is cheap commercial bland lager for the masses you need at least 6 pints before you start to feel any affect.

Give me a nice Leffe blond or a real czech budvar anyday

but if you want foamy bland weak lager I suppose this is agood way of dispensing it


I don't do condescending snobbishness but if I did it would probably look something like your post


(FWIW standard Carlsberg is somewhat bland but the Export version, which this uses, is quite a bit better.)
#30
Thank feck for this Forum.I was going to buy one but now know it's being discontinued so sack that.
#31
john-boi
Carlsberg is cheap commercial bland lager for the masses you need at least 6 pints before you start to feel any affect.

Give me a nice Leffe blond or a real czech budvar anyday

but if you want foamy bland weak lager I suppose this is agood way of dispensing it


I'm with you on Budvar, but you're not doing those of us who like quality beer any favours with comments like this. I *want* the "masses" to drink decent beer rather than crap like this.

The reason I don't like Carlsberg (or Fosters, or Stella or any "industrial" lagers) is this - beer (lager in particular) should be made with hops, barley/malt, yeast and water. Industrial lagers are padded out with rice and god-knows what else in order to make them as cheap as possible to make, as well as making them taste completely bland.

Budvar, Pilsner Urquell, Brooklyn Lager, Paulaner, Anchor Steam and many other quality lagers are available in supermarkets, although not usually at the ridiculous discounts the multinational brewing conglomerates offer for their "flagship" brands. In this case, you really do get what you pay for.
#32
could it be used for coca cola?
#33
I can see someone wanting this if they're 14 and want to impress their mates with how 'ard they are, you know, drinking beer.

Otherwise isn't it a lot of faffing about when you could just take a can out of the fridge?
#34
I have one and the pints are lovely. The Export would blow the head of ye. When the keg is put in it has to be left to settle for about an hour, if not left you will have pints of foam. A [EMAIL="[email protected]"][email protected][/EMAIL], the kegs are £12 for the regular beer and £15 for the Export. Highly recommended. My mates are 12 and they're all impressed.
banned#35
goonertillidie;5518716
i think its rubbish,tastes flat and u waste half the beer trying to get rid off the foam before u get to the beer,mines sat in the cupboard for ages...

I agree. another useless kitchen gadget and a pint works out at £1.70 each!

5l = 8.75 pints @ 14.95 per keg = £1.70 a pint AND you have to chill it for 12-24 hours!

Excuse me, but isnt a 500ml can of carlsberg about 50p these days :whistling:
banned#36
UEF;5523923
I can see someone wanting this if they're 14 and want to impress their mates with how 'ard they are, you know, drinking beer.

Otherwise isn't it a lot of faffing about when you could just take a can out of the fridge?

+1 :thumbsup:
#37
I like Carlsberg as it reminds me of going to parties when I was 16. And they sponsor the greatest team in the world... This would be a good deal if the refills were widely available and were reasonably priced at say, a tenner (for 8.5 pints) or even refillable. At the very least they should take other variations of keg.

However, having watched the video, these are a bit like the Black and Decker Paint-Mate that came out a few years ago. In this case it's a bag of lager but the Paint Mate took expensive 'bags' of paint which the device squeezed, forcing the paint up a tube into your roller. That never caught on either although I did use mine for a day before discarding with about half a bag of paint still in the tube!

All those posts going on about various metrosexual, funny shaped glassed, often cloudy beer variations - good for you.
#38
great but flawed idea.Not buying this, would end up like the panasonic breadmaker i bought off here, unused and useless when you cant buy the addons to get it to work! heed the warnings about this being discontinued.
banned#39
Bully;5524413
great but flawed idea.Not buying this, would end up like the panasonic breadmaker i bought off here, unused and useless when you cant buy the addons to get it to work! heed the warnings about this being discontinued.

dont get your point about panasonic breadmakers and their add-ons


I bought one and use it weekly at least. cheap quality bread with minimal effort (takes about 11 minute to get cooking).

panasonic breadmakers are the bizness
#40
I've got a Panasonic breadmaker (my second one and I gave the other one away in full working order when it was 7 years old) and it does get used Q a lot. We just keep a few of the bread mixes in the cupboard and you never run out of bread as it bangs out a loaf in just under 2 hours all in.

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