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3 kegs of DIEKIRCH perfect draft (Feb dated) £49.99 a (£34.99 after returns) @ Beerhawk
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3 kegs of DIEKIRCH perfect draft (Feb dated) £49.99 a (£34.99 after returns) @ Beerhawk

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Good offer if you're having a party this month!!
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May as well add £5 worth of bottles/cans and get free delivery at £50 than paying £4.99 delivery
Good deal I ordered yesterday and just added cans for free del
grahamando07/03/2020 16:05

May as well add £5 worth of bottles/cans and get free delivery at £50 than …May as well add £5 worth of bottles/cans and get free delivery at £50 than paying £4.99 delivery


Good thinking!!
out of date beer

not even a nice beer
psmith195807/03/2020 16:06

out of date beer not even a nice beer


It's only Feb dated... Think it'll be okay !!
party that be gone on me in two days lol
kevlfc07/03/2020 16:22

party that be gone on me in two days lol


33 pints in two days :/
hey is the weekend
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Says you need the Perfect Draft machine to use the kegs... £239 can the kegs be used without it ?
nivagni07/03/2020 18:07

Says you need the Perfect Draft machine to use the kegs... £239 can the …Says you need the Perfect Draft machine to use the kegs... £239 can the kegs be used without it ?


No you'll need the machine to open the kegs and keep them chilled, was 199 the other week worth checking for deals
So out of date beer is a good deal these days, why are they even allowed to sell it ?
If a supermarket sold out of date food cheap would it be on here ?
Robo08/03/2020 00:57

So out of date beer is a good deal these days, why are they even allowed …So out of date beer is a good deal these days, why are they even allowed to sell it ?If a supermarket sold out of date food cheap would it be on here ?


Personally I wouldn't buy this beer as it's not to my taste.

...but "Out of date" is a relative term regarding beer and other best-before marked goods.

Use-By: This label is aimed at consumers as a directive of the date by which the product should be eaten; mostly because of quality, not because the item will necessarily make you sick if eaten after the use-by date. However after the use-by date, product quality is likely to go down much faster and safety could be lessened.
Sell-By: This label is aimed retailers, and it informs them of the date by which the product should be sold or removed from shelf life. This does not mean that the product is unsafe to consume after the date. Typically one-third of a product's shelf-life remains after the sell-by date for the consumer to use at home.
Best-Before: This is a suggestion to the consumer on which date the product should be consumed to assure for ideal quality.

So in relation to if a supermarket started selling items past their best-before would it be posted on here?
If it was a good enough deal, then yes.

The East of England Co-op actually started doing this on their tinned goods (excluding tinned meats/fish etc) to cut down wastage of otherwise good food and offered expired items for 10p. This was a couple of years back so I'm not sure if they're still going with it.
Robo08/03/2020 00:57

So out of date beer is a good deal these days, why are they even allowed …So out of date beer is a good deal these days, why are they even allowed to sell it ?If a supermarket sold out of date food cheap would it be on here ?


It's only a week after its date, honestly it'll be fine!!
grahamando07/03/2020 16:05

May as well add £5 worth of bottles/cans and get free delivery at £50 than …May as well add £5 worth of bottles/cans and get free delivery at £50 than paying £4.99 delivery


Good thinking sir
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