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BrewDog DeskDog £7 or £5 for students - hire a space in Brewdog bar for whole day, pint of Punk IPA + unlimited coffee
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BrewDog DeskDog £7 or £5 for students - hire a space in Brewdog bar for whole day, pint of Punk IPA + unlimited coffee

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Posted 22nd Sep

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Just spotted this you book online you can book in advance or on the day itself. Anything from 30mins to all day is bookable and a space in bar will be reserved. Unlimited coffee and a beer which costs £4.50-£6 included.

Student price shown at brewdog.com/uk/…nts
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little_green22/09/2019 22:45

am i missing something? why not just go to a library where it's free …am i missing something? why not just go to a library where it's free


Because the library doesn't have unlimited coffee and sexy people in there?
Why anyone would want (or think it conducive to productivity) to 'study' in a noisy bar and fuel said 'study' with booze is beyond me.
am i missing something? why not just go to a library where it's free
Because a library doesn’t take your marketing and messaging ideas and effort and then use them without paying you....serious ethics problems at this company..
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am i missing something? why not just go to a library where it's free
Why anyone would want (or think it conducive to productivity) to 'study' in a noisy bar and fuel said 'study' with booze is beyond me.
little_green22/09/2019 22:45

am i missing something? why not just go to a library where it's free …am i missing something? why not just go to a library where it's free


Because the library doesn't have unlimited coffee and sexy people in there?
Haircut_10022/09/2019 23:27

Because the library doesn't have unlimited coffee and sexy people in there?


This guy gets it.
Am I missing something? There’s no such thing as all day. The max I found was 2.5 hrs. There’s no way you can be there “all day” and enjoy free coffee...
little_green22/09/2019 22:45

am i missing something? why not just go to a library where it's free …am i missing something? why not just go to a library where it's free


One of the hardest things to balance at uni is studying vs lifestyle. If this encourages someone to do some studying when they would have just gone out instead then it's good. Not for everyone sure but may help a few.
Because a library doesn’t take your marketing and messaging ideas and effort and then use them without paying you....serious ethics problems at this company..
Study? In a bar??
Only one kind of studying goes on in a bar and it isn't conducive to good grades!
cannibalwombat22/09/2019 23:12

Why anyone would want (or think it conducive to productivity) to 'study' …Why anyone would want (or think it conducive to productivity) to 'study' in a noisy bar and fuel said 'study' with booze is beyond me.


Every BrewDog I've been in or passed during to day has been empty. Obviously struggle to sell there over priced "craft" during day hours.

The way they have spun the word craft is absurd. They are just mass producers now. No different to Carlsberg. Craft should be a term associated with small micro breweries that are trying to make their way
jakerushworth23/09/2019 09:03

Every BrewDog I've been in or passed during to day has been empty. …Every BrewDog I've been in or passed during to day has been empty. Obviously struggle to sell there over priced "craft" during day hours.The way they have spun the word craft is absurd. They are just mass producers now. No different to Carlsberg. Craft should be a term associated with small micro breweries that are trying to make their way


What happens when they 'make their way'? DO they have to give up the tag?

Beer snobs... jesus...
Yeah let's go study in the pub, great idea, whats the worst that could happen
This is totally off topic but anyway...

It never ceases to amaze me how much coverage there is in the news etc. perpetuating the myth of the student life being a constant struggle between being skint and 30 hour days where they don't even have time go to the toilet they're so deep in their textbooks.

I saw this garbage today on the front page of the BBC news website: bbc.co.uk/new…ack

Effectively "Nasty Student Loans Company takes money back after student lies on application form about family income"

University is full time job going to the pub or out with mates, punctuated by brief trips into class for the vast majority of students and there is far less time spent "studying" than most like to make out. Does anyone actually believe it when people say students are hard done by? I graduated 6 years ago from a 5 year course for context.

You'd think it was a labour camp for 4-5 years the way this crap is covered in the media.
cannibalwombat22/09/2019 23:12

Why anyone would want (or think it conducive to productivity) to 'study' …Why anyone would want (or think it conducive to productivity) to 'study' in a noisy bar and fuel said 'study' with booze is beyond me.


Who said anything about a noisy bar and booze?

I use bars all the time for studying. Most are dead during the day Monday-Thursday. They bring coffee and food. And you can have a pint when you're done without having to relocate.

The University's own study spaces are busier, noisier, and you have to go and get your own food.

As is often the case in life, doing what most others don't do has its advantages
little_green22/09/2019 22:45

am i missing something? why not just go to a library where it's free …am i missing something? why not just go to a library where it's free


If it's anything like my library it will be packed with people and very hard to get a seat never mind a plug point or computer. A pub or cafe might also be more conveniently located.

I work better with a bit of noise in the background too.
jakerushworth23/09/2019 09:03

Every BrewDog I've been in or passed during to day has been empty. …Every BrewDog I've been in or passed during to day has been empty. Obviously struggle to sell there over priced "craft" during day hours.The way they have spun the word craft is absurd. They are just mass producers now. No different to Carlsberg. Craft should be a term associated with small micro breweries that are trying to make their way


Or it could just be that their customer base tends to either be young professionals at work or students at university during the daytime.
Edited by: "Haircut_100" 23rd Sep
A pint and unlimited coffee for £5 / £7.

Seems a decent deal to me!!

Hot.
Wetherspoons is only £1.40-1.90 for unlimited coffee all day (varies per location), with machines to refill it yourself when you want. Seems a much better deal - add another £2-3 if you want a pint. Cheaper food too

Often pop to a spoons if I'm travelling away with work and have time to fill before a meeting. It's quiet, cheap and usually able to get a power socket.
I spent 3 years at university ‘studying’ in the pub. Needless to say say I scraped through with a Desmond.
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