10 Irish craft beers for just £10 with O2 Priority
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10 Irish craft beers for just £10 with O2 Priority

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Found 10th Mar
Just in time for St. Patrick’s Day, you can get 10 Irish craft beers for just £10 with Priority. From refreshing IPAs to dark porters, you’ll get a real taste of small batch Irish brewing. Sláinte. Eligibility Criteria: The promotion is open to members of Priority who are UK residents age 18+. Offer Goods/Services: This offer entitles you to receive 10 Irish craft beers for £10. After your trial box, you will be a fully-fledged member of Beer52's beer tasting club. You will receive 10 beers a month for £29 including free delivery. You're free to take a break, change your plan or cancel at any time and you'll get loyalty points along the way. Full T&Cs at Beer52.com. Beer52 may change the details of this promotion but will inform you of any changes before your order is confirmed. Valid for 30 days, no cash value. 21-day money back guarantee and Beer52's price promise are always protected. Statutory rights not affected. New customers only. Beers may vary from those displayed in any offer. If you need any help using this promotion or have any questions, just get in touch: support@beer52.com.
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My code if anyone wants it 🍺
Another code TF2YAM
Do you know if you can cancel the membership once ordered?
AlsDeals3 m ago

Do you know if you can cancel the membership once ordered?


I ordered the ten beers from them recently and you have to contact them to cancel. I emailed them at night and they got back the next day saying it had been cancelled and offering me a deal to stay. The email was super casual and almost made me want to stay for their service alone!
KyleGM35 s ago

I ordered the ten beers from them recently and you have to contact them to …I ordered the ten beers from them recently and you have to contact them to cancel. I emailed them at night and they got back the next day saying it had been cancelled and offering me a deal to stay. The email was super casual and almost made me want to stay for their service alone!


Thanks!
Avoid this site imo
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Another one
AlsDeals2 h, 23 m ago

Do you know if you can cancel the membership once ordered?


Yeh you can but when I did that I missed the Mikkeller box and I was so annoyed now I get every box. The inclded Ferment magazine is great too so don't want to miss an issue of that.
Magpie_Mad4 h, 27 m ago

Avoid this site imo


That's a great help. Maybe put why??
Then £29 per month....
evostick472 h, 3 m ago

https://www.hotukdeals.com/visit/thread/2892615?API=trueYep, I posted …https://www.hotukdeals.com/visit/thread/2892615?API=trueYep, I posted this. But it's cheaper, not just O2 customers and also NOT SUBSCRIPTION


Yeah the O2 deal is Beer52 so you get actual beers that you can find elsewhere, not just 'flavourly' beers
stinkingnugget1 h, 8 m ago

Yeah the O2 deal is Beer52 so you get actual beers that you can find …Yeah the O2 deal is Beer52 so you get actual beers that you can find elsewhere, not just 'flavourly' beers


So what? Decent craft beer is decent craft beer. Try both then get back to me..
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Cold got 8 for £5.95 via snatch
GlentoranMark8 h, 10 m ago

Brew your own for 25p a …Brew your own for 25p a pint.https://www.hotukdeals.com/discussions/homebrew-discussion-thread-2606445#thread-comments


Not entirely that cheap. Basic fermenter and barrel or bottles (plus other small bits, hydrometer, siphon, spoon paddle, steriliser) is around £80. Yep it can be reused but thats an initial cost.

25p a pint would be based on the low quality single can £10 kits, but these can be iffy. The £20 2 can kits are a much better quality (50p a pint).

Then there's making sure all gear is cleaned thoroughly and in the best condition. Some people opt for mineral water as their tap water isn't the best quality (so more cost), spending time making the batch and leaving it to ferment.

Even then, there can still be a risk of a contaminated brew. I used to brew, did about 30 batches and out of them, 8 tasted like crap and had to be binned.

All grain brewing is the way but then unless you want/are able to construct your own mash tun, initial costs can be £100's.

If someone really loves ale, wants to do a bit of home brewing as a hobby and has the time and patience to learn, great, go for it.... But it's definitely not as easy as 25p a pint and a lot of people would just want to enjoy beer, not faff about making it
If anyone wants my code PM me.

EDIT: Code given to @argt7
Edited by: "jamie015" 11th Mar
Sparkz2k1624 m ago

Not entirely that cheap. Basic fermenter and barrel or bottles (plus other …Not entirely that cheap. Basic fermenter and barrel or bottles (plus other small bits, hydrometer, siphon, spoon paddle, steriliser) is around £80. Yep it can be reused but thats an initial cost.25p a pint would be based on the low quality single can £10 kits, but these can be iffy. The £20 2 can kits are a much better quality (50p a pint).Then there's making sure all gear is cleaned thoroughly and in the best condition. Some people opt for mineral water as their tap water isn't the best quality (so more cost), spending time making the batch and leaving it to ferment. Even then, there can still be a risk of a contaminated brew. I used to brew, did about 30 batches and out of them, 8 tasted like crap and had to be binned. All grain brewing is the way but then unless you want/are able to construct your own mash tun, initial costs can be £100's.If someone really loves ale, wants to do a bit of home brewing as a hobby and has the time and patience to learn, great, go for it.... But it's definitely not as easy as 25p a pint and a lot of people would just want to enjoy beer, not faff about making it


It's not rocket science and I am an all grain brewer.

I own an £99 Peco Digital Boiler which I mash in (recirculate the wort manually, see the thread I linked to). I use plastic bottles and sterilise with stuff out of Poundland (?oxyclean?) lasts ages.

Yes initial costs can be expesive but not relative. Drink 10 pints a week and recoup the cost in no time. Most of the cost of a beer is in VAT. 25p a pint was a conservative estimate (although I haven't calculated electric). I could (just about) do a brew for 10p a pint but I'd have to buy in bulk, use a high alpha hop and regrow my yeast.
Not bad, but not worth joining o2 for
It was 8 beers for £5.95 delivered, with Beer52 recently, for ages actually, so I wouldn't vote this deal as hot.
silverred16 h, 36 m ago

That's a great help. Maybe put why??


evostick4712 h, 50 m ago

Then £29 per month....


Cancelled my order and they had an administrative error and charged me over £20 next month for another crate what I didn’t want . Said they were unable to refund but it has been cancelled for next month , absolute joke of a company
If anyone would be so kind I'd love a code
PM me if anyone wants a code and i'll check my O2 app and see if i have one.
Banned
Brought this as a gift.
Kinnegar beer is unreal
Rank gear this
GlentoranMark7 h, 39 m ago

It's not rocket science and I am an all grain brewer.I own an £99 Peco …It's not rocket science and I am an all grain brewer.I own an £99 Peco Digital Boiler which I mash in (recirculate the wort manually, see the thread I linked to). I use plastic bottles and sterilise with stuff out of Poundland (?oxyclean?) lasts ages. Yes initial costs can be expesive but not relative. Drink 10 pints a week and recoup the cost in no time. Most of the cost of a beer is in VAT. 25p a pint was a conservative estimate (although I haven't calculated electric). I could (just about) do a brew for 10p a pint but I'd have to buy in bulk, use a high alpha hop and regrow my yeast.


10 pints a week?!

I think I’ll stick to buying it
sicklysweet10 h, 56 m ago

10 pints a week?! I think I’ll stick to buying it


Less than 1 and a half pints per day.
VanDutch15 h, 27 m ago

If anyone would be so kind I'd love a code


Pm me
Is this just for new customers?
PM me if you’d like a code
stinkingnugget11th Mar

Yeah the O2 deal is Beer52 so you get actual beers that you can find …Yeah the O2 deal is Beer52 so you get actual beers that you can find elsewhere, not just 'flavourly' beers


"stinkingnugget:

Reputation is earned. Should I hear from a trusted source that flavourly is indeed 'decent' I shall give it a try. Until then I will swerve on the assumption that they may be trying to cash in with a substandard product."




Ha ha, what a ridiculous assumption. Assume everything is terrible until others tell you it's OK. So you never try anything new, or make your own judgement?

Their Beers are actually Brewed by Bad Co Brewery. That's a named brewery of that helps you conquer your fears of new things. http://wearebad.co
Edited by: "evostick47" 12th Mar
evostick4714 h, 25 m ago

"stinkingnugget:Reputation is earned. Should I hear from a trusted source …"stinkingnugget:Reputation is earned. Should I hear from a trusted source that flavourly is indeed 'decent' I shall give it a try. Until then I will swerve on the assumption that they may be trying to cash in with a substandard product." Ha ha, what a ridiculous assumption. Assume everything is terrible until others tell you it's OK. So you never try anything new, or make your own judgement? Their Beers are actually Brewed by Bad Co Brewery. That's a named brewery of that helps you conquer your fears of new things. http://wearebad.co


You are misinterpreting. I won't be mail ordering the first thing that says craft beer on it, there are plenty trying to cash in on the fad. I would happily go into any mircopub or brewery and try any beer. What this seems to be is a range specifically for mail order so I doubt I'll see it in any pub for that matter. I'm sure if you can try all sorts of new things sat at home enjoying at your own pleasure. Good for you.
stinkingnugget10 m ago

You are misinterpreting. I won't be mail ordering the first thing that …You are misinterpreting. I won't be mail ordering the first thing that says craft beer on it, there are plenty trying to cash in on the fad. I would happily go into any mircopub or brewery and try any beer. What this seems to be is a range specifically for mail order so I doubt I'll see it in any pub for that matter. I'm sure if you can try all sorts of new things sat at home enjoying at your own pleasure. Good for you.


It's not the 1st thing that says craft beer on it. It's made by an award winning brewery that has been going for a few years now.

Yes, it is a range made specifically for mail order, so what's wrong with that?

And lastly, why did you delete your comments immediately after posting it?

Next!
Does anyone have a code going for this? Would love to give some of these bevvies a try!
manishd45 m ago

Does anyone have a code going for this? Would love to give some of these …Does anyone have a code going for this? Would love to give some of these bevvies a try!


Download the Untappd app (i used iphone) and check in a couple of beers, i did this and received a 'free' crate offer (£5.95 postage). I am a fully paying member now and really enjoy it.
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