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Posted 10th Jun

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Thought this would be fab for a Father's Day Gift BrewDog craft beer tasting experience including 4 x 1/3 pints of beer plus chicken wings & fries - voucher valid until 10th August, so plenty of time to use

Self guiding tasting, with a phamplet letting you know about the BrewDog brewing process

Compare flavour and tasting notes while sipping on four delicious BrewDog beers - Punk IPA, Dead Pony Pale Ale, Lost Lager and Jet Black Heart stout plus tuck in to some chicken wings and a tasty basket of fries!

We're offering you a craft beer tasting experience for one person with chicken wings and fries for £10.50 or two people for just £20.25, saving you over 50% on normal prices


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At one of 20 cool-as-hell BrewDog locations, today's deal is here to aid you in your pursuit of hoppy-ness! You (or you and a lucky friend, if you're feeling generous) will get a taste of just why BrewDog craft beers are so highly regarded with an awesome self-guided beer tasting! Armed with an informative pamphlet, you'll learn about the BrewDog story, brewing process and ingredients while enjoying four delicious craft beers (1/3 pint each) as well as scrumptious chicken wings and a tasty basket of fries. Great!

Locations
  • Birmingham
  • Brighton
  • Brixton
  • Camden
  • Canary Wharf
  • Cardiff
  • Clerkenwell
  • Edinburgh - Lothian Road
  • Glasgow - Doghouse MC
  • Liverpool
  • Manchester
  • Milton Keynes
  • Norwich
  • Oxford
  • Reading
  • Seven Dials
  • Shepherd's Bush
  • Shoreditch
  • Soho
  • Tower Hill


T&C's

  • One voucher per one or two people.
  • May buy up to 10 additional as gifts.
  • Voucher valid from 10th Jun 2019 to 10th Aug 2019.
  • Valid Sunday-Thursday.
  • Valid for purchased option only.
  • Must be aged 18 or over with valid photo ID.
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Brrrrr.... 1.33 pints with wings & chips much cheaper at Wetherspoon
indianajon10/06/2019 17:42

Brrrrr.... 1.33 pints with wings & chips much cheaper at Wetherspoon


Cheaper to get microwave wings and eat at home with 2 ish cans of Carlsberg... but it’s not comparable.
Beer comes in pints, not wine glasses
Disclaimer I am small share holder

Have to say the amount of viritol against breewdog you here out in the wild (on the internet anyway) is strange. It's like people don't like a small company to grow from nothing, prosper and become a global brand. There a Scottish/ British brand FFS

I go through phases of liking the beers and not. No denying some of their best sellers are proper good beers like Elvis or punk though.
Really happy that their actually available in Tesco nowadays too. Rather than having to drink bland thin genetic lager (that very occasionally I drink and enjoy on right occasion too).
Maybe it's a unique British trait these days where people don't like others success?

If you don't like brewdog beers then fine it's subjective but they are certainly good beers. It's also completely different experience to as spoons which I totally appreciate having and being a typical hukd like cheap prices. Definitely know some snobby people too that refuse to go though
Edited by: "dogtaaanian" 16th Jun
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404 - seriously, so embarrassing. Looks like the page you are looking for is unavailable.
Again your Wowcher links aren't working on a desktop, can you test them on a PC before posting?
fearona10/06/2019 15:32

404 - seriously, so embarrassing. Looks like the page you are looking …404 - seriously, so embarrassing. Looks like the page you are looking for is unavailable.



IamMT10/06/2019 15:59

Again your Wowcher links aren't working on a desktop, can you test them on …Again your Wowcher links aren't working on a desktop, can you test them on a PC before posting?


not sure why, link was working fine when I posted & still is for me in chrome, edge & firefox, but I had problems with clicking on argos links in chrome earlier & had to use firefox to buy something
wishihadadonkey10/06/2019 16:24

not sure why, link was working fine when I posted & still is for me in …not sure why, link was working fine when I posted & still is for me in chrome, edge & firefox, but I had problems with clicking on argos links in chrome earlier & had to use firefox to buy something



I'm using FireFox, but this applies to other Wowcher links on here as well.
I am using firefox and no good for me but ok on chrome
Edited by: "fearona" 10th Jun
Them beers look tiny
2 Brewdogs in Leeds but not listed in locations...pfffft.
Brrrrr.... 1.33 pints with wings & chips much cheaper at Wetherspoon
Any veggie options?
indianajon10/06/2019 17:42

Brrrrr.... 1.33 pints with wings & chips much cheaper at Wetherspoon


Cheaper to get microwave wings and eat at home with 2 ish cans of Carlsberg... but it’s not comparable.
COLD. You can do the beer tasting at Brewdog for free. See my previous post. You're just buying hot wings and fries.
jamhops10/06/2019 21:32

Cheaper to get microwave wings and eat at home with 2 ish cans of …Cheaper to get microwave wings and eat at home with 2 ish cans of Carlsberg... but it’s not comparable.


Honestly had better wings and chips in spoons than brewdog (neither are great). and they also do punk IPA....

So actually pretty comparable.
Beer comes in pints, not wine glasses
No Bristol location, meh. Too bad. Good price for a nice meal and 4 glasses of Brewdog.
Brewdog is such a scummy company. Would not go near it after all the bad press.
chicken wings and chips and a pint for over £10 doesn't sound great to me
hitmant16/06/2019 06:02

Brewdog is such a scummy company. Would not go near it after all the bad …Brewdog is such a scummy company. Would not go near it after all the bad press.


I'd rather go there than Wetherspoons as suggested above.
evostick4710/06/2019 22:20

COLD. You can do the beer tasting at Brewdog for free. See my previous …COLD. You can do the beer tasting at Brewdog for free. See my previous post. You're just buying hot wings and fries.


Ouch, speak rot.

Your analogy is as if you want free petrol, and use the Odd Penny tray (that helps folk if they go a penny or few over their £20 note, or however much) to pay the whole cost, but you'd also need to buy shares in oil to begin with.

I've been an Equity Punk for over a decade. To get your version of 'free', you'd need to first own shares in BrewDog, and on only one of two days a year, decide what the beer you drink is worth.

I can't imagine many folk using your scheme. By extension, you could do that to other services, like barbers - careful you don't end-up in a pie.

In Scotland, where law is easier/better, if you don't like a service/meal/pint, you could inform staff and just leave a pound on the table. That way it's not a criminal matter, and becomes civil. But, only a total ned would expect to get away with that as a loophole.
duncanb197316/06/2019 07:04

chicken wings and chips and a pint for over £10 doesn't sound great to me


The beers are heavenly. Especially the now legacy products, like Paradox Jura, omg that was fantastic ... Maybe it'll be back, some day ...

They are expensive, but very worth it. Lots of BrewDog beers are made to sip, at worst have the odd quaff, they're not made to down in one. Even the less strong ones, you just wouldn't sink like Wetherspoons.

Think premium Belgian beer brands, like Beir Kasteel, and enjoy the experience. Don't go looking for Tesco own brand prices. Go expecting to find the very best that hops/rye/other have to offer.
SpamJavelin11/06/2019 07:01

Beer comes in pints, not wine glasses


In actuality, and necessity, some only come as nips at BrewDog.

They have brewed the two strongest beers in the world, more akin to a spirit than a beer, so you treat it accordingly.
TheAngryMob16/06/2019 08:45

The beers are heavenly. Especially the now legacy products, like Paradox …The beers are heavenly. Especially the now legacy products, like Paradox Jura, omg that was fantastic ... Maybe it'll be back, some day ...They are expensive, but very worth it. Lots of BrewDog beers are made to sip, at worst have the odd quaff, they're not made to down in one. Even the less strong ones, you just wouldn't sink like Wetherspoons.Think premium Belgian beer brands, like Beir Kasteel, and enjoy the experience. Don't go looking for Tesco own brand prices. Go expecting to find the very best that hops/rye/other have to offer.


I prefer a warm can of fosters.
Travelzoo have a similar offer for two £16 with dirty fries or dough sticks depending on location.
johnnystorm16/06/2019 07:26

I'd rather go there than Wetherspoons as suggested above.


Even if you never set foot in a Wetherspoon pub again, you should be eternally grateful to Tim Martin.

Remember that by keeping his own Wetherspoon prices low, this has a knock-on effect in ensuring that most other UK pub, restaurant and bar competitors charge lower prices than they would like to as well - purely to remain market competitive.

If the Wetherspoon group vanished overnight, the average cost of drinking across the UK would typically jump by somewhere between 10% - 15%.

It's similar to ALDI and LIDL. By having discounters, it ensures the likes of ASDA and Tesco keep their prices lower than they would otherwise like to do so.

Whether you chose to frequent his Wrthspoon establishments or not, just appreciate the fact Tim Martin is a National hero to everyone

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Wolfenstain16/06/2019 08:56

I prefer a warm can of fosters.


*there there, let it all out, well keep you safe*
cb-uk16/06/2019 09:05

Even if you never set foot in a Wetherspoon pub again, you should be …Even if you never set foot in a Wetherspoon pub again, you should be eternally grateful to Tim Martin.Remember that by keeping his own Wetherspoon prices low, this has a knock-on effect in ensuring that most other UK pub, restaurant and bar competitors charge lower prices than they would like to as well - purely to remain market competitive.If the Wetherspoon group vanished overnight, the average cost of drinking across the UK would typically jump by somewhere between 10% - 15%. It's similar to ALDI and LIDL. By having discounters, it ensures the likes of ASDA and Tesco keep their prices lower than they would otherwise like to do so.Whether you chose to frequent his Wrthspoon establishments or not, just appreciate the fact Tim Martin is a National hero to everyone [Image]


*Stop letting it all out, I ain't protecting you*
Wolfenstain16/06/2019 08:56

I prefer a warm can of fosters.


I wish I did too, if I liked drinking urine like fosters I’d spend less on beer.
Unfortunately my taste buds like good stuff so I pay more.
cb-uk16/06/2019 09:05

Even if you never set foot in a Wetherspoon pub again, you should be …Even if you never set foot in a Wetherspoon pub again, you should be eternally grateful to Tim Martin.Remember that by keeping his own Wetherspoon prices low, this has a knock-on effect in ensuring that most other UK pub, restaurant and bar competitors charge lower prices than they would like to as well - purely to remain market competitive.If the Wetherspoon group vanished overnight, the average cost of drinking across the UK would typically jump by somewhere between 10% - 15%. It's similar to ALDI and LIDL. By having discounters, it ensures the likes of ASDA and Tesco keep their prices lower than they would otherwise like to do so.Whether you chose to frequent his Wrthspoon establishments or not, just appreciate the fact Tim Martin is a National hero to everyone [Image]


I see your logic and only disagree with the national hero part. The man’s a tool (I don’t think we can swear on here can we?). Because of his insistence on having pro brexit propaganda on every table every time I feel dirty going there these days.
I like Wetherspoons generally, good beer and decent food for a good price isn’t a bad thing but I’ve been there a lot less in the last 2 years.
I don’t want my pubs to shove a political agenda down my throat whether I agree or disagree with it
cb-uk16/06/2019 09:05

Even if you never set foot in a Wetherspoon pub again, you should be …Even if you never set foot in a Wetherspoon pub again, you should be eternally grateful to Tim Martin.Remember that by keeping his own Wetherspoon prices low, this has a knock-on effect in ensuring that most other UK pub, restaurant and bar competitors charge lower prices than they would like to as well - purely to remain market competitive.If the Wetherspoon group vanished overnight, the average cost of drinking across the UK would typically jump by somewhere between 10% - 15%. It's similar to ALDI and LIDL. By having discounters, it ensures the likes of ASDA and Tesco keep their prices lower than they would otherwise like to do so.Whether you chose to frequent his Wrthspoon establishments or not, just appreciate the fact Tim Martin is a National hero to everyone [Image]


Nope, that's another reason I won't go there. I have no interest in his ability to create a race to the bottom. To charge less something has to give, in that trade the first victim will be the staff wages and next will be squeezing the Brewer's margins. In turn small breweries will suffer leaving us with the big ones churning out shite beer. I can live with out helping that along and I'm not grateful for it.
TheAngryMob16/06/2019 08:34

Ouch, speak rot.Your analogy is as if you want free petrol, and use the …Ouch, speak rot.Your analogy is as if you want free petrol, and use the Odd Penny tray (that helps folk if they go a penny or few over their £20 note, or however much) to pay the whole cost, but you'd also need to buy shares in oil to begin with.I've been an Equity Punk for over a decade. To get your version of 'free', you'd need to first own shares in BrewDog, and on only one of two days a year, decide what the beer you drink is worth.I can't imagine many folk using your scheme. By extension, you could do that to other services, like barbers - careful you don't end-up in a pie.In Scotland, where law is easier/better, if you don't like a service/meal/pint, you could inform staff and just leave a pound on the table. That way it's not a criminal matter, and becomes civil. But, only a total ned would expect to get away with that as a loophole.


Hey. That's not right at all.

In January they launched a Free Bar Stool Beer school for all. Not just EPs. But it looks like that promotion had ended now, which I didn't realise.

Ive no idea what the petrol nonsense is all about.

dailystar.co.uk/new…eme

Yes it's the star, but it was true at time of print. Free beer in Brewdog bars. Shame its ended.
evostick4716/06/2019 09:44

Hey. That's not right at all.In January they launched a Free Bar Stool …Hey. That's not right at all.In January they launched a Free Bar Stool Beer school for all. Not just EPs. But it looks like that promotion had ended now, which I didn't realise.Ive no idea what the petrol nonsense is all about.https://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/latest-news/761704/brewdog-free-pint-beer-school-schemeYes it's the star, but it was true at time of print. Free beer in Brewdog bars. Shame its ended.


At no point was I speaking any School beer thingy, but any brewery you enter, chances are you'd get a small taster.

I was responding to a comment purely about a one day offer, for shareholders (Equity Punks) being able to decide what a beer is worth.

I just wish that these combined food offers were more available, in more bars. I understand some units have pizza ovens, others kitchens, others nothing, it's the nature of using legacy buildings instead of custom built units. You use the space available, as best you can. But surely all venues could have some food-led event, at the same time.

It's near shameful that only two branches in Scotland are part to the current offer, none of which are anywhere near the North East, and there is such a strong southern bias.

That also continues in England, where there's a swarm around London, and nowt around Yorkshire and the North East of England.

I'm glad to see Kirkwall is near ready to open, hopefully as a new unit it can start to redress the issue.
mick.thorpe16/06/2019 09:23

I wish I did too, if I liked drinking urine like fosters I’d spend less on …I wish I did too, if I liked drinking urine like fosters I’d spend less on beer.Unfortunately my taste buds like good stuff so I pay more.


You know what urine tastes like to compare? No wonder you like brewdog
TheAngryMob16/06/2019 10:09

At no point was I speaking any School beer thingy, but any brewery you …At no point was I speaking any School beer thingy, but any brewery you enter, chances are you'd get a small taster.I was responding to a comment purely about a one day offer, for shareholders (Equity Punks) being able to decide what a beer is worth.I just wish that these combined food offers were more available, in more bars. I understand some units have pizza ovens, others kitchens, others nothing, it's the nature of using legacy buildings instead of custom built units. You use the space available, as best you can. But surely all venues could have some food-led event, at the same time.It's near shameful that only two branches in Scotland are part to the current offer, none of which are anywhere near the North East, and there is such a strong southern bias.That also continues in England, where there's a swarm around London, and nowt around Yorkshire and the North East of England.I'm glad to see Kirkwall is near ready to open, hopefully as a new unit it can start to redress the issue.


I wasn't referring to the EFP pay what you want promo at any point. But that was for a week. I think you've gone off on one without knowing what I was referring to.
evostick4716/06/2019 10:37

I wasn't referring to the EFP pay what you want promo at any point. But …I wasn't referring to the EFP pay what you want promo at any point. But that was for a week. I think you've gone off on one without knowing what I was referring to.


Well, let's get back on track then.

BrewDog = omm nom nom
Btw, for those that live in London and have lots of choices of places to go, brewdog a wings are amongst the worst out there. Red dog, draft House, or blues kitchen way better and that's not even mentioning the smaller joints and pop up places.

Draft House do a great 241 deal on Wednesday.
Unfortunately going to vote cold on this.

Done a slightly different variation of this offer before for about the same price. You got 5 thirds of different beers, one at a time, and a cheese / meat platter thing between two plus it was a guided tasting - one of the staff talked you through each sample. We even got a sip of one of the really strong ones they were brewing at that time. Was a few years ago, but I've seen it pop up on Groupon a few times since.
Edited by: "Begize" 16th Jun
jamhops10/06/2019 21:32

Cheaper to get microwave wings and eat at home with 2 ish cans of …Cheaper to get microwave wings and eat at home with 2 ish cans of Carlsberg... but it’s not comparable.


He's talking about still drinking and eating out, but you refer to drinking at home with cheap lager and then say he's not making a decent comparison? Come on....
Edited by: "BeerGoggles" 16th Jun
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