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Beer Chiller Plus 6L Beer Keg £169 beerhawk
Beer Chiller Plus 6L Beer Keg £169 beerhawk

Beer Chiller Plus 6L Beer Keg £169 beerhawk

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Beer chiller, keep beer fresh for 30 days once opened and chills to 3 degrees.

Offer price is £199 inc selected beer keg then enter code 'perfect30' to get £30 off.

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Here's the Hoegaarden bundle

These are great and this is the best price I have seen other than Amazon warehouse deals. Just get your kegs from abroad as way cheaper and you can get Stella or becks very easily

sittingbull73

These are great and this is the best price I have seen other than Amazon … These are great and this is the best price I have seen other than Amazon warehouse deals. Just get your kegs from abroad as way cheaper and you can get Stella or becks very easily



Yeah it looks nifty, though unit cost is £2.50-£3.00/pint based on these prices. Where can you import the kegs?
The other downside is disposing of the empty kegs.

Would love one of these but yea works out expensive

10% off code

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Saveur Bière for Stella as works out at under 24 a keg delivered, they do other French beer but Stella on this system tastes amazing. For German beer like becks it's about 20 pounds a keg delivered at my-food-online. Worth noting this is when you buy bout 4-6 kegs so not just one but still ok

If you guys know any landlords you can get the kegs for about 17-19 quid a keg. Matthew Clarke did give an offer to trade where you buy 4 kegs and get the machine free.

So nearer 2 pound a pint so a lot better and delivery from both firms is only a few days

Anyone tried the Krispy BeerTender VB7008 which is similar price on Amazon.fr but appears compatible with the 5l kegs widely available here for a much better price??

It's the deposit that kills it because we don't have the scheme over here to get the refund on it easily. In Belgium I think you get €5 for the keg plus another 2 for the plastic case.

I'm a "50p a can" man.

Dannyrobbo

If you guys know any landlords you can get the kegs for about 17-19 quid … If you guys know any landlords you can get the kegs for about 17-19 quid a keg. Matthew Clarke did give an offer to trade where you buy 4 kegs and get the machine free.



Yes I think that was an Interbrew deal through Makro who interestingly don't sell the kegs anymore. A supply problem apparently but it's been the same for the last year!
Becks is super smooth out of one of these and lovely
Just find yourself grabbing top ups throughout the day though

techair

Yes I think that was an Interbrew deal through Makro who interestingly … Yes I think that was an Interbrew deal through Makro who interestingly don't sell the kegs anymore. A supply problem apparently but it's been the same for the last year!Becks is super smooth out of one of these and lovelyJust find yourself grabbing top ups throughout the day though



It's murder isn't it, I tend to only buy them for parties, deadly to just have them in the machine!! I get hold of leffe blonde or becks. I've had a juplier but I'm yet to try a Stella!!

Stella is the best I've tried and even friends who don't drink it normally have said how good it is. I've tried jupiler and a selection from the German site but it's still a stellar first and becks second for me. The prices I've quoted include deposit and not getting it back so still reasonable. If you could find a place to take them back in this country it would be great but the uk places insist you have bought the keg from them so no point.

Or you could buy a fridge.

can you code stack if you have a 10 percent off too ???

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chrisredmayne

can you code stack if you have a 10 percent off too ???



Hi, don't think you can! Tried to add one but it just reverted to that instead of the £30

I can go to my local buy 3 rounds between 6 people (they're also buying rounds) get relatively smashed and still have £100 left over. I'll keep doing that every day, thanks all the same though

fishmaster

I can go to my local buy 3 rounds between 6 people (they're also buying … I can go to my local buy 3 rounds between 6 people (they're also buying rounds) get relatively smashed and still have £100 left over. I'll keep doing that every day, thanks all the same though



Everyday?

seanmorris100

Everyday?



Not Bank holidays obviously.

First saw these on holiday in Belgium, thought it looked a great idea - a colleague bought one but was not very impressed

fishmaster

I can go to my local buy 3 rounds between 6 people (they're also buying … I can go to my local buy 3 rounds between 6 people (they're also buying rounds) get relatively smashed and still have £100 left over. I'll keep doing that every day, thanks all the same though


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can be powered via usb? need it beside my pc while looking at HOTukdeals..

dvdphile

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That only happens if you eat too much food in a day. Also don't drink too much beer, change it up with spirits. Can stay nice and thin then.

Make a kegerator

We've been discussing these mini kegs on the Homebrewforum:

http://www.thehomebrewforum.co.uk/showthread.php?t=57568

Most of these kegs (but not that Leffe keg above) are reusable and you can make your own decent beer for around £10 for 40 pints. They are much easier to sterilise and handle over bottles but remember once you open a keg you really have to drink it within a week as it will lose fizz or go off.

Tesco, Asda and B&M all stock these (not in every store though). B&M have Old Golden Hen for £11. You can also buy different beers from Germany which works out even cheaper again (I'll try and find the link) . I'd check however that the above machine can hold 5 Litre kegs as 5 Litre kegs are the norm.

I've also seen machines similar to these for cheaper but if you like a cold beer then it would be cheaper picking up a 2nd hand fridge and building yourself a kegerator.

crse2008

can be powered via usb? need it beside my pc while looking at … can be powered via usb? need it beside my pc while looking at HOTukdeals..


If you can't source the kegs then buy them here:

amazon.co.uk/gp/…s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

https://www.my-food-online.net/drinks/beers/barrels

Lidl also stock them from time to time.

£16 a pint?

jamierichardson129

£16 a pint?


Do you include the price of the car when you calculate miles per gallon too? (_;)

£9.50 quidco (new customer) and £8 in 'beer tokens' for future keg orders from beerhawk makes it even better deal

Can this be hooked up to a bigger keg ? As 6 litres is less that 6 pints !!!!! Sounds very expensive .

To be fair even a 88 pint keg still comes in at around £1.60 to £2 a pint depending on chose . You can get a pint of most beers for around £1 a pint in the supermarkets , this is the reason their is no pubs left .

yozzman1234

Can this be hooked up to a bigger keg ? As 6 litres is less that 6 pints … Can this be hooked up to a bigger keg ? As 6 litres is less that 6 pints !!!!! Sounds very expensive .


6 litres is over 10 pints, a pint is 568ml

yozzman1234

To be fair even a 88 pint keg still comes in at around £1.60 to £2 a pint … To be fair even a 88 pint keg still comes in at around £1.60 to £2 a pint depending on chose . You can get a pint of most beers for around £1 a pint in the supermarkets , this is the reason their is no pubs left .


wrong , the smoking ban was the reason ! Cheap supermarket beer has always been available.

sittingbull73

These are great and this is the best price I have seen other than Amazon … These are great and this is the best price I have seen other than Amazon warehouse deals. Just get your kegs from abroad as way cheaper and you can get Stella or becks very easily



​where do you recommend? I like paulaner, leffe, franziskaner...

The reason the Stella is better is that it will be the Belgian brewed stuff compared to the nasty muck you get in cans/bottles that is brewed in the UK.

Anyhow, I had a quick look but I'm not convinced on the running costs from having to use the electric to keep the beer cool once loaded. Would be OK for parties I guess but I'm estimating if you keep it running all year you're looking at another £20-£40 a year in electricity (it says up to 75W/hr so I'm estimating about 1/3 - 1/2 that) unless if someone who has one can advise on how much current it actually uses?

yozzman1234

Can this be hooked up to a bigger keg ? As 6 litres is less that 6 pints … Can this be hooked up to a bigger keg ? As 6 litres is less that 6 pints !!!!! Sounds very expensive .


? In what world?

dvdphile

Do you include the price of the car when you calculate miles per gallon … Do you include the price of the car when you calculate miles per gallon too? (_;)



I don't buy cars that do 6 times worse mileage than any other and most houses do have chilling devices....just saying.

dvdphile

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Looks like he's having a ball. X)
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