20 Craft beers 70% OFF £19.90 plus FREEBIES @ Flavourly.com (Introductory offer – one per household)
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20 Craft beers 70% OFF £19.90 plus FREEBIES @ Flavourly.com (Introductory offer – one per household)

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Found 30th Oct
In this offer, you’ll receive one of our expertly-curated craft beer boxes - featuring a selection of our very own crowdsourced craft beer. By beer lovers, for beer lovers.
You will also receive 2 FREE tasting glasses (worth £11.90) for that full craft beer experience and our exclusive magazine full of in-depth features, interviews, recipes and more.
  • Introductory offer – one per household
  • This is NOT a subscription
  • Includes FREE delivery
Go to Flavourly.com/GQXC

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Theres no way "papaya" and "beer" should ever be remotely associated...

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Jonnyblock3 m ago

I'd order that if it didn't say £67.85 lolIs there a code required or …I'd order that if it didn't say £67.85 lolIs there a code required or summat?


Go to Flavourly.com/GQXC, which should automatically show the discount
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4 beers (x5) in this offer just in case people think they are getting lots of different ones.

Shows £67.85 on the next page! Might come down again if you go through to payment, but I decided it wasn't for me.

5 × ELECTRIC BOOGALOO
LAGER 2 - As crisp and refreshing as you’d want from a lager but some serious dry-hopping with Summit, Perle and Mosaic adds depth and flavour with a juicy citrus bite.
330ml | 4.5% ABV


5 × ENDLESS RIVER
SESSION IPA - This rich, golden IPA is the perfect session sipper. A combination of hops has it swimming with tangy lemon and lime, with just a spritz of pineapple.
330ml | 3.8% ABV


5 × FLAMINGO JUICE
TROPICAL PALE ALE - Low in bitterness with sweet malts, Summit and Mosaic hops splash your taste buds with wave after wave of resinous pine, punchy papaya and juicy mango.
330ml | 5.2% ABV


5 × PILLOW FIGHT
CHOCOLATE MARSHMALLOW PORTER - This dark, roasty-toasty porter is chock-full of Peruvian cacao nibs and chocolate malts. An infusion of vanilla pods and marshmallow adds a balanced sweetness.
330ml | 4.8% ABV

2 × FREE
GLASSES - The right glass enhances the flavours of the beer inside while adding an element of style and theatrics.

FREE
MAGAZINE

Theres no way "papaya" and "beer" should ever be remotely associated...

I'd order that if it didn't say £67.85 lol
Is there a code required or summat?

Has anyone ordered? Did it work as £19.90? As it's coming up £67.85 for me.

all own brand beers

Original Poster

Jonnyblock3 m ago

I'd order that if it didn't say £67.85 lolIs there a code required or …I'd order that if it didn't say £67.85 lolIs there a code required or summat?


Go to Flavourly.com/GQXC, which should automatically show the discount

shows £67.85 .... after 10% off £61.07

that link worked the other didn't seem too. Good deal thank you!
yorxman5 m ago

Go to Flavourly.com/GQXC, which should automatically show the discount

Thanks for the post, got to be worth a try. The glasses look nice too.

Cans?

Bit of a faff with the website address but got there in the end.

Be interesting to see how good it is but at £1 a fan delivered I’ll take a punt.

encaser18 m ago

Cans?


Agreed I hope bottles aren’t gonna be a thing of the past

This is Flavourly's first go at making their own beers (or marketing them anyway as it just licensed to another brewery), they have been trying to sell them at much higher prices and I assume they haven't sold as well as they expected because no one has any idea if they are good or not

Would be interested to hear feedback from anyone who tries them
Edited by: "kalip" 30th Oct

HOT! similar offer by Flavourly a few months ago for £20 delivered. I tried them...............Brillant.........got me into craft beer.

will try these as well
Edited by: "cullies" 30th Oct

HOT, will be trying one of each this Friday! Cheers OP.

encaser1 h, 0 m ago

Cans?

Cans are as close to keg as you'll get. No UV light will penetrate the can as it will with a bottle (regardless of the glass colour) so the taste won't be affected.

Lol. Craft beer my bottom. Why is this worth £1.50 a pint over any other beer at this price point?

Dirtball14 m ago

Cans are as close to keg as you'll get. No UV light will penetrate the can …Cans are as close to keg as you'll get. No UV light will penetrate the can as it will with a bottle (regardless of the glass colour) so the taste won't be affected.

Yeah, but then they won't taste like skunk so it loses half the fun

Was going to order but looked at the reviews on the individual beers and the general consensus seems to be rubbish!

Had some mixed cases from this outfit as a present (no doubt at horrendous cost). Very poor value. Some are awful and if you do like some you probably won't be able to get more anyway. I think most of the cost must go on the shipping. For deluded hipsters only I think.

If Lager Boy is afraid he might taste something he needs to get down the pub and try a few until he finds one he likes and enjoy. PS they'll even loan you the glass!

encaser2 h, 11 m ago

Cans?


Darn right.

Cans have gotten a bad rap in the beer world for too long. Bottles are nice for storage and for looks, but you're either going to pour it into a glass anyways or you're going to drink it from the bottle. With a can, they are also perfectly fine for storage(even moreso compared to the more transparent bottles), but are also preferable to bottles if you're going to drink straight from them as they retain their cold better through the thinner aluminum and flow isn't being *literally* bottlenecked when you drink.

Cans have historically been used for cheaper beers cuz they are cheaper to make, but there's really no reason they shouldn't be used for nicer beers, too. Plus they are lighter, which is better for carrying and for dealing with binning them.

There's a bit of a controversy over canned beers having the chemical BPA, but there's nothing that has proven conclusively(or even close to) that suggests there's enough in canned beer to be harmful.

Lastly, cans are better for the environment due to being easier to recycle(and needing less raw material to make to begin with).

I think it's time cans lose their bad reputation. Lots of craft breweries are adopting them again, and they certainly wouldn't be doing so if they felt it was to the detriment of the drinking experience which is what they base their entire existence on...
Edited by: "Seanspeed" 30th Oct

Seanspeed12 m ago

Darn right. Cans have gotten a bad rap in the beer world for too long. …Darn right. Cans have gotten a bad rap in the beer world for too long. Bottles are nice for storage and for looks, but you're either going to pour it into a glass anyways or you're going to drink it from the bottle. With a can, they are also perfectly fine for storage(even moreso compared to the more transparent bottles), but are also preferable to bottles if you're going to drink straight from them as they retain their cold better through the thinner aluminum and flow isn't being *literally* bottlenecked when you drink. Cans have historically been used for cheaper beers cuz they are cheaper to make, but there's really no reason they shouldn't be used for nicer beers, too. Plus they are lighter, which is better for carrying and for dealing with binning them. There's a bit of a controversy over canned beers having the chemical BPA, but there's nothing that has proven conclusively(or even close to) that suggests there's enough in canned beer to be harmful. Lastly, cans are better for the environment due to being easier to recycle(and needing less raw material to make to begin with). I think it's time cans lose their bad reputation. Lots of craft breweries are adopting them again, and they certainly wouldn't be doing so if they felt it was to the detriment of the drinking experience which is what they base their entire existence on...


Your treatise aside, I've always found that cans colour the taste and so prefer bottles - especially as they aren't being stored in light or a cellar for years but finished in good time.

Dirtball1 h, 23 m ago

Cans are as close to keg as you'll get. No UV light will penetrate the can …Cans are as close to keg as you'll get. No UV light will penetrate the can as it will with a bottle (regardless of the glass colour) so the taste won't be affected.


Simply untrue regards taste and who stores beer in direct light or for years? None issues.

"Offer sold out"

The code worked for me and order went through - but confirmation/email reported I had been charged 67.85!

Beware. I'm going to have sort this mess out now.

same here, I've emailed to clarify or cancel if the discount has not been applied

Heat added. Ordered, got to be worth a try.

I ordered on Safari on my phone and the order went through no problem. Showed £19.90 on the order page, and then also on the confirmation page and email too.

Also shows as £19.90 if I go to My Account

encaser8 h, 12 m ago

Your treatise aside, I've always found that cans colour the taste and so …Your treatise aside, I've always found that cans colour the taste and so prefer bottles - especially as they aren't being stored in light or a cellar for years but finished in good time.



It's all in your head.

In a blind test you would not be able to tell. Ok, you might be able to because canned beer would be better if the bottles have been exposed to too much light during storage at the shop etc.

Just like the wine people that think cork is best. It's not. You just enjoy the tradition that's all.
Edited by: "hotukbeard" 31st Oct

Just ordered, the original link had no discount however used the one in the comments and worked.... easy to order and reckons it will be delivered within 2 days and no subscription 🏻

32339769-gdj3r.jpg^^ £19.90 total for me... cheers OP!

They spelled 'crap' wrong.

update - used online email system to raise the problem very prompt email back saying the 47.95 will be re-credited on the card so hopefully all sorted.
For some reason an advent calendar code had been registered instead, although the correct code and discount showed up until confirmation of payment page. So do check this carefully, they also email the amount paid in a confirmation.

Seanspeed11 h, 33 m ago

... With a can... preferable to bottles if you're going to drink straight …... With a can... preferable to bottles if you're going to drink straight from them as they retain their cold better through the thinner aluminum...


A very curious claim - contrary to the most basic principles of physics. Aluminium is an excellent conductor whereas glass is a good insulator: a cold can in a warm hand will warm the beer MUCH faster than same in glass.

Decent beer shouldn't be super-cold anyway!

encaser11 h, 29 m ago

Your treatise aside, I've always found that cans colour the taste and so …Your treatise aside, I've always found that cans colour the taste and so prefer bottles - especially as they aren't being stored in light or a cellar for years but finished in good time.



Absolutely. Cans definitely taint the taste.

No, its not in my head as I have been served drinks in glasses that have come from cans and you can just "tell".

Just because some on here can't tell the difference doesn't mean that nobody can. I wish I was one of those that couldn't tell the difference!

Seanspeed11 h, 44 m ago

Lastly, cans are better for the environment due to being easier to …Lastly, cans are better for the environment due to being easier to recycle(and needing less raw material to make to begin with).


Seriously? Alumimium takes a tremendous amount of energy to produce (and recycle). Glass is far less energy intensive to produce and recycle and is made, predominantly, from sand - something we have plenty of.

M1LFHunter1 h, 18 m ago

They spelled 'crap' wrong.


Fortunately, I wouldn't imagine many people are going to be taking taste in beer and spelling advice from someone whose username is (ahem).. "M1LFHUNTER".

Burgmeister20 m ago

Absolutely. Cans definitely taint the taste. No, its not in my head as I …Absolutely. Cans definitely taint the taste. No, its not in my head as I have been served drinks in glasses that have come from cans and you can just "tell".Just because some on here can't tell the difference doesn't mean that nobody can. I wish I was one of those that couldn't tell the difference!


Wrong. Modern cans are lined and impart zero flavor, this has been proved scientifically and in blind taste tests. It's the reason why virtually all leading craft breweries have switched in recent years. If you "think" you can taste the difference you are just deceiving yourself.

If the discount doesn't show, just add GQXC as the discount code and this will then show the discount.
May be worth going through TopCashBack or Quidco to see if you can get any extra cashback too!
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