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Heineken Keg 5Litres just £9.99 @ B&M

£9.99 @ B&M Retail
Seen in the Ormskirk Store. Had around 50 out by the managers bays, will most likely be in the other stores aswel. Heineken 5L keg as shown in the picture. May be cheaper to buy the cans but it… Read More
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7y, 11m agoFound 7 years, 11 months ago
Seen in the Ormskirk Store.
Had around 50 out by the managers bays, will most likely be in the other stores aswel.

Heineken 5L keg as shown in the picture.

May be cheaper to buy the cans but its a bit more novel with a keg :D

Guaranteed Freshness for 30days.
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#1
Should last me all the way to the pub... Nice one OP!
banned#2
Nice deal :thumbsup:
#3
works out at just over 11 cans of 440ml mmmmmmmm not that much of a bargain but looks good i suppose me my self normally drink to get hammered not to look at a metal keg lol cold for me sorry.

just thought i would say that if you want a cheap keg do what i do buy home brew and do it your self the 5 gallon!!! keg that you can buy from wilkos is only £17 i think and you can use over and over again beers kits are only around £7 - £10 and you get over 60 pints out of it!!!

very easy to do and tastes great!!
#4
great much cheaper than tesco taste well better than a can
#5
Mmmmm....nice.

Not sure how I'd manage to cool this for the hot weather, as it'd probably not fit in my fridge!
#6
thekanester
Mmmmm....nice.

Not sure how I'd manage to cool this for the hot weather, as it'd probably not fit in my fridge!


It's meant to be cooled in the fridge for 30 hours, no good if your desperate for a pint. :p
I wouldn't buy but for someone who does, it's cheaper then Tosco.

HOT.
#7
on the can it says chill for 10 hours. I picked mine up at midday today, stuck it in the freezer for an hour an just left it in the fridge, the keg feels v cold atm. By about 7pm it should be good :).

Also it says after piercing the keg its guaranteed freshness for 30 days.
#8
Bought one of these before, and it poured a crap pint! Even with having cooled it for ages, tilting the glass etc, it was pouring at about 75% head with just a drop of drinkable beer at the bottom! Following their instructions didn't improve at all.

Might have just had a bad keg, but considering you pay more than cans alone, I think i'll avoid these in the future.
#9
Going to a BBQ this Sunday, this should be perfect!
#10
In response to oneguyslife above, just test mine, first half pint was head, now pouring perfectly with just the right amount of head.
#11
These are GREAT.
I've bought a few of them in the past, usually at £12.99.
They do need cooling for at least 10 hours, but then they work brilliantly.

The first time you use it you will get a whole load of 'head', but once the actual beer comes through, each subsquent pint comes out perfectly.

Heat added.
Shame there's no B&M near me though :x
#12
mamboboy
Interesting. I might ask a friend if he's up for one of these...but his apartment is like a sauna...How'd you keep them chilled?


You don't while your brewing it. When it's done you need to bottle it, then you can chill it. We did the ale one, wasn't great but not too bad.
My friend did cider and also did rum and raisin sake (which was the best of the lot!)
#13
Southport B&M have these in stock also
#14
brought the same just after xmass from Asda for the same price............
#15
even though its pants, turn up with one of these at a BBQ and you will be a god among men!!
#16
Man I wish I still lived in Germany.

5 litre kegs of Rothaus Pils beer (best beer ever) for 9 Euros.

And that was when it was 1 pound = 1.60 euros.

damn!
#17
just thought i'd add expiry date is august 09
#18
OneGuysLife
Bought one of these before, and it poured a crap pint! Even with having cooled it for ages, tilting the glass etc, it was pouring at about 75% head with just a drop of drinkable beer at the bottom! Following their instructions didn't improve at all.

Might have just had a bad keg, but considering you pay more than cans alone, I think i'll avoid these in the future.


Had exactly the same problem with a stella one about 5 years ago, haven't tried one since. The Warsteiner ones are better (drains from the bottom via a tap) but they go flat as a witches tit within 10 minutes.
#19
Great deal for lager lout Britain.
#20
mamboboy
Cheers. How'd you bottle them? In used plastic ones? or reuse the caps on glass bottes? Surely they'd go flat? :?


Yeah we used old 2 litre plastic ones, just made sure that the lid was on tight. The pressure blew the lid off one, but this was because we left it too long without releasing some pressure (by killing the yeast completely.)

You can use bottles, just get some new bottle caps and a special tool to put them on. This is more expensive though!

We made ale, so didn't need to carbonate it or anything. With the larger, you do need to carbonate it, although im not sure how
#21
live2giveuk
even though its pants, turn up with one of these at a BBQ and you will be a god among men!!


+Angus beef and you will seriously be contender for man of the year.
#22
Istanbul_Kop
Great deal for lager lout Britain.


No, that will be the 15 cans of Stella for £7.49 @ Sainsburys!

This is more for your middle-class lager fan.
#23
ere ere
#24
How is this good at £1.25 a pint? (and that's assuming you actually like that foul stuff!)

Better looking at deals with cases of 300ml bottles in the supermarkets which are usually less that £1.25/pint

Cold
#25
Reminds me of Michael J Fox in Teen Wolf, "Give me a keg of beer!"....
#26
to carbonate it you just add 1 spoon of sugar to each glass bottle for second fermentation and cap it i guess for 2 litre plastic bottles you would use around 5 spoons of sugar.
using 2 litre plastic bottles work better buy the way as well.
i do use the 5 gallon keg with tap on to 2nd ferment my beer to carbonate it and room temp is best as i do alot of stout which brews better and tastes better at room temp.
you can also buy a cap to go on the top og the keg from wilkos that gases the beer using small bottles of co2 which can be bought from wilkos as well but it costs more might be good for larger though.
#27
Total rip off!! In Germany these are priced at a similar price to the cans (per litre that is) which is about half the price of what we pay for them.

Another case of rip off Britain!
#28
Taksim_Red
Total rip off!! In Germany these are priced at a similar price to the cans (per litre that is) which is about half the price of what we pay for them.

Another case of rip off Britain!


i know it prob costs them less to produce these than cans as well!!
#29
just to say i'm enjoying mine right now whilst watching andy murray, It's been in the fridge overnight and despite some 1/2 glass of foam ( it does turn into beer you know ) it's poured great beers and tastes good too. Enjoy... Mines not gonna last an evening never mind 30 Days !!

Or if you like a moan . " It's expensive ,foamy , doesn't fit in the fridge easily and wastes money each time you open the fridge to pour." BAH Humbug !!
#30
They're so obviously overpriced, especially judging by the fact that there's so few of these kegs available these days compared to 5 or 10 years ago.

If they would have sold them at a reasonable price, say similar to the price of cans (per litre) then they proabably would have been more succesful.

I kind of get the impression that the marketing people behind these kegs expected customers to blindly buy them without working out the comparitive cost. Thakfully their ploy didn't work!
#31
if you cant be bothered with a keg sainsburys have 8 cans for £8 at the moment
#32
seanjames
if you cant be bothered with a keg sainsburys have 8 cans for £8 at the moment


WHAT!!!? Even 8 cans for £8 is a rip off in my book!!! Wouldn't pay any more than £6 for 8 cans of "premium" stuff from a supermarket personally.
#33
Taksim_Red
WHAT!!!? Even 8 cans for £8 is a rip off in my book!!! Wouldn't pay any more than £6 for 8 cans of "premium" stuff from a supermarket personally.


you can pay upwards of £3.50 a pint in a pub these days

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