Princess Beer Cooler - 50% Off + 5% Quidco @ House of fraser - HotUKDeals
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Its a beer cooler which holds a mini keg. Was £129 but is now £64.99. Combine that with the £10 voucher and the Quidco cash back and you have a bargain (about £52?).

Saw the same offer instore too (Meadowhall Sheffield) but missed out.

Going to buy one of these once the missus says I can ;)
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#1
Where do you get mini kegs from?.
#2
I was wondering that myself, the description isnt very good on there website

wonder if it will take Carlsberg Brewmaster kegs.
#3
Looks like it takes Heinekin Draughtkeg only! http://draughtkeg.co.uk/

Looks like Tesco stock them, used the store locator and in Bolton it came up with Tesco as the only local store stocking the kegs.

Just copied this from the Princess website.

Silver Beer Tap & Cooler

The Princess Beer Tap & Cooler is multifunctional and is also ideal for chilling other drinks (including wine, cans of lemonade etc.). Suitable for connecting to the mains, but can also be connected to the cigarette lighter in the car. Ideal for camping. Unique Princess design! Maintenance free - a delicious glass of chilled beer in an instant. After switching off, the Princess Beer Tap & Cooler stays cool for hours and can therefore be used to produce chilled draught beer anywhere you want. All parts are easy to dismantle for convenient cleaning. Place the beer keg with integrated draught system (like the Heineken Draught Keg) into the Princess Beer Tap & Cooler. Assemble the beer keg according to the user instructions, attach the hose supplied and simply click the beer pump onto the keg. Place the lid onto the Princess Beer Tap & Cooler and enjoy a perfect glass of chilled draught beer. 'Heineken®', 'Heineken®Draught Keg'and 'Heineken®' logo's are registered trademarks of Heineken Brouwerijen B.V. Heineken and it's DraughtKeg are not affiliated with nor sponsor or endorse the Princess Beertap & Cooler.

Good spot! I'll also be asking my missus permission to buy one!
#4
Not quite my take on the description...

[COLOR="Blue"]Silver Beer Tap & Cooler

The Princess Beer Tap & Cooler [COLOR="Red"]is multifunctional and is also ideal for chilling other drinks (including wine, cans of lemonade etc.). [/COLOR]Suitable for connecting to the mains, but can also be connected to the cigarette lighter in the car. Ideal for camping. Unique Princess design! Maintenance free - a delicious glass of chilled beer in an instant. After switching off, the Princess Beer Tap & Cooler stays cool for hours and can therefore be used to produce chilled draught beer anywhere you want. All parts are easy to dismantle for convenient cleaning. Place the beer keg with integrated draught system (like the Heineken Draught Keg) into the Princess Beer Tap & Cooler. Assemble the beer keg according to the user instructions, attach the hose supplied and simply click the beer pump onto the keg. Place the lid onto the Princess Beer Tap & Cooler and enjoy a perfect glass of chilled draught beer. 'Heineken®', 'Heineken®Draught Keg'and 'Heineken®' logo's are registered trademarks of Heineken Brouwerijen B.V. Heineken and it's DraughtKeg are not affiliated with nor sponsor or endorse the Princess Beertap & Cooler.
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#5
Specifications

Type 282990
Voltage Volt
Wattage 65 Watt
Colour Black
Material Spraypainted
Accessories Cooler or beer tap
Accessories Remains cool 10 hrs without power
Special Feature Taps beer without power
[COLOR="Red"]Special Feature Heineken Draught Keg ONLY[/COLOR]
#6
so sounds just like one of those portable mini fridges then if it only takes the heineken kegs which u can keep in your fridge and use on their own....
#7
Yeah, you can put in other things like cans of beer like an ice bucket.
#8
clint thrust
Where do you get mini kegs from?.


Just seen the Kegs for about £13 in my local Morrisons with 2 free glasses and placemats.
#9
How many pints in a kegg?
#10
5 litre. Approx 10 pints?
#11
5litres iirc..., about 9 pints?

I'm sure it was more than that when I had one at Christmas :p
#12
This is what all self respecting women look for when we get invited round to your smelly / dirty one bed appartment.

Hey lads, here's to another 12 months with only your hand for company.
#13
I'm off to buy one now then, if some stuck up tart thinks I need to change not them then sod em.
#14
Sounds like she is speaking from experience. lol.
#15
Them kegs are way too expensive compared to cans. If you consider that you can normally get 8 x 440/500ml cans for about £6, which is the equivalent of about £8 for 5 litres, then paying £13 for a 5 litre keg is a bit of a rip off!
#16
Taksim_Red
Them kegs are way too expensive compared to cans. If you consider that you can normally get 8 x 440/500ml cans for about £6, which is the equivalent of about £8 for 5 litres, then paying £13 for a 5 litre keg is a bit of a rip off!


True, but draught beer does taste better!
#17
Yeah, my friends and I bought a proper set up from ebay for draught beer.
Don't even think it cost much more than this.

If you drink enough, I definately remind setting up a proper cooler system and getting proper kegs.
We got ours from booker, a Carling keg was £80 for 88 pints. Of course draught beer doesn't keep long (a month perhaps, can't remember).

ANYWAY that's got little to do with this.
I wouldn't bother with this, just because you never know when they'll stop sellling the kegs and then it won't be that impressive anymore.

Not voting cold though, it's a god price compared to the Draughtmaster.
#18
MrTimmington
Yeah, my friends and I bought a proper set up from ebay for draught beer.
Don't even think it cost much more than this.

If you drink enough, I definately remind setting up a proper cooler system and getting proper kegs.
We got ours from booker, a Carling keg was £80 for 88 pints. Of course draught beer doesn't keep long (a month perhaps, can't remember).

ANYWAY that's got little to do with this.
I wouldn't bother with this, just because you never know when they'll stop sellling the kegs and then it won't be that impressive anymore.

Not voting cold though, it's a god price compared to the Draughtmaster.


"Of course draught beer doesn't keep long"

88 pints a month. This is a benefit surely!!:thumbsup:
#19
Perhaps we should have big HotUKDeals regional parties, to celebrate our savings in pint form.
#20
Ok for guys who dont really give a damm about there own body i guess.

If ya wanna a bear belly , go for it guys :thumbsup:
1 Like #21
sicknote
This is what all self respecting women look for when we get invited round to your smelly / dirty one bed appartment.

Hey lads, here's to another 12 months with only your hand for company.


LMAO:-D:-D
#22
that wud make a great chris pressent
#23
can anyone point mein the direction of getting a keg and cooling system ? looked at this but would preffer carling
#24
I would rather spend £50 odd squid on this than put cans of lager in my fridge. I'll take a dozen of them.
#25
Bunf
I would rather spend £50 odd squid on this than put cans of lager in my fridge. I'll take a dozen of them.


better to spend 50 quid on a fridge to shove in the garage/utility room, than pay twice the price for the beer itself?
#26
sicknote
This is what all self respecting women look for when we get invited round to your smelly / dirty one bed appartment.

Hey lads, here's to another 12 months with only your hand for company.


Didn't you know that mans best friend is not a dog! :-D

Just a word of warning to anyone who is in a 1 bed apartment, be careful not to spill your pint whilst keeping yourself entertained looking at sicknotes avatar! ;-)
#27
I looked into buying a similar system to this (the Draughtmaster) a few months ago when a previous offer was on the site but when I checked into things I discovered that this does not refrigerate your beer.

The kegs of beer need to be really cold for this to work well, if it's warm when you pour the pint it has a head that wouldn't look out of place stuck on a cornet with a flake in it!

This means that the kegs have to be put in the fridge overnight to cool before using them so you'll be using up your fridge space anyway. When the kegs are in the cooler they'll stay cool but not icy cold and the temperature of the beer depends on how hot it is outside anyway!

There are other makes that act like a fridge too but these are about £135 although they do take a range of different size kegs, 4L, 5 and 6L (there are a few hundred different types of beer that'll fit into this machine!!)

Don't get me wrong I'm not knocking this cooler, it's a great deal and at a bargain price and a good find so heat and rep added.

Anyway I'm off to the pub.....:thumbsup:
#28
BeerMonsterNick
I looked into buying a similar system to this (the Draughtmaster) a few months ago when a previous offer was on the site but when I checked into things I discovered that this does not refrigerate your beer.

The kegs of beer need to be really cold for this to work well, if it's warm when you pour the pint it has a head that wouldn't look out of place stuck on a cornet with a flake in it!

This means that the kegs have to be put in the fridge overnight to cool before using them so you'll be using up your fridge space anyway. When the kegs are in the cooler they'll stay cool but not icy cold and the temperature of the beer depends on how hot it is outside anyway!

There are other makes that act like a fridge too but these are about £135 although they do take a range of different size kegs, 4L, 5 and 6L (there are a few hundred different types of beer that'll fit into this machine!!)

this unit does refrigerate the keg it even states that it will keep things cool for hours after it has been switched off thus saving power! this unit is basicaly a mini fridge with a tap on.

also if you google min cask there are loads of websites that sell kegs to go in here so the choice of beer is vast. Much more choice than a draughtmaster.

You can get the heineken 5l kegs from asda for £12 so thats roughly £1.20 a pint around £1.20 cheaper than in my local! Yes cans are cheaper but draught is much better and so is beer from a glass.

And just because us men drink beer doesnt mean were all fat thats down to the kebabs we eat on the way home from the pub ;)

My thanks to the op great deal and im having one :)
Don't get me wrong I'm not knocking this cooler, it's a great deal and at a bargain price and a good find so heat and rep added.

Anyway I'm off to the pub.....:thumbsup:

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