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BrewDog mystery box - £35 Delivered
BrewDog mystery box - £35 Delivered

BrewDog mystery box - £35 Delivered

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This Mystery Box contains a mixed selection of killer BrewDog beers. This is an opportunity not to be missed: This case of 24 items is guaranteed to be worth more than if the items were bought individually and have the delivery costs included in the price to mainland UK addresses. These cases are extremely limited.

Once they're gone, they're gone for good!

£35 includes P&P

64 Comments

Roughly £1.46 a bottle. Is that cheap?

Norwichlad

Roughly £1.46 a bottle. Is that cheap?



Normally 4 for £6 in supermarkets on their 'base' beers. As you'd expect some of their more premium beers in this box I'd say it will work out quite well...

Norwichlad

Roughly £1.46 a bottle. Is that cheap?


Between £1.85 and £2.15 a bottle so for this brand it is cheap

£29.75 with investor discount so that's quite a deal

Ben GT

£29.75 with investor discount so that's quite a deal


What's this and how do I add it?

Norwichlad

What's this and how do I add it?



Need to be a shareholder.

Ben GT

£29.75 with investor discount so that's quite a deal



How did you get your investor discount, I am still waiting for mine?

Around £1.50 a (small) bottle for a pot luck selection, no thanks. Each to their own but I'd rather go to somewhere like Asda and pick my own at 4 for £5. The beer from brew dog is decent but nothing astounding.

It does says 24 'items' rather than 24 bottles so i wouldn't assume it would be all beer.

Slim2k

How did you get your investor discount, I am still waiting for mine?


Its automatically applied when you log in using your shareholder account

woldranger

Around £1.50 a (small) bottle for a pot luck selection, no thanks. Each … Around £1.50 a (small) bottle for a pot luck selection, no thanks. Each to their own but I'd rather go to somewhere like Asda and pick my own at 4 for £5. The beer from brew dog is decent but nothing astounding.



I've tried several and I just don't get the love for this "Hipster Water".

woldranger

Around £1.50 a (small) bottle for a pot luck selection, no thanks. Each … Around £1.50 a (small) bottle for a pot luck selection, no thanks. Each to their own but I'd rather go to somewhere like Asda and pick my own at 4 for £5. The beer from brew dog is decent but nothing astounding.



​Each to their own, as you say. I'd rather drink nothing than drink Pedigree, Doom Bar or any of the old man brews.

This is cheap for a mystery selection, just a shame the bonds havent completed yet or I'd get one at 20% off...

£28 for me 20% shareholder discount, bargain!!!

Ben GT

Its automatically applied when you log in using your shareholder account



Ah right, still waiting for my details from BD, I have emailed to see if they can speed things up. 20% is quite a discount to miss out on.

cdm22

It does says 24 'items' rather than 24 bottles so i wouldn't assume it … It does says 24 'items' rather than 24 bottles so i wouldn't assume it would be all beer.


The email that was sent to shareholders and those on the mailing list says that it is a box of beers.
"Our super limited Mystery Box case contains a mixed selection of 24 BrewDog beers [..]"

crumpo

​Each to their own, as you say. I'd rather drink nothing than drink P … ​Each to their own, as you say. I'd rather drink nothing than drink Pedigree, Doom Bar or any of the old man brews.This is cheap for a mystery selection, just a shame the bonds havent completed yet or I'd get one at 20% off...


old man brews? Really? This was one of the things that I was worried about, suddenly beer is fashionable and it's style over substance! There are plenty of great beers out there from local breweries, not the hyped up fashionable breweries like this. Personally, I don't ever recall going into a bar, handing over money to a barman and asking him for a mystery selection of beers over the next few hours.

woldranger

old man brews? Really? This was one of the things that I was worried … old man brews? Really? This was one of the things that I was worried about, suddenly beer is fashionable and it's style over substance! There are plenty of great beers out there from local breweries, not the hyped up fashionable breweries like this. Personally, I don't ever recall going into a bar, handing over money to a barman and asking him for a mystery selection of beers over the next few hours.



I did once in the Lake District, a group of us were walking and camping, by chance the local had a 'beer' festival, 3 of us were happy to try our luck, whilst one member of the party spent the entire evening moaning about not getting his favourite. Personally I like to try out different beers, that I wouldn't normally try, especially if they're from smaller breweries, I like to keep an open mind, after all my favourite today wasn't brewed when I fist started drinking, so without trying something different I wouldn't have tasted it.

Pedigree, Doom Bar and Brew Dog are all mass produced and nothing special, imho, it's the one pub breweries where you can find really interesting beer.

mike

mbuckhurst

I did once in the Lake District, a group of us were walking and camping, … I did once in the Lake District, a group of us were walking and camping, by chance the local had a 'beer' festival, 3 of us were happy to try our luck, whilst one member of the party spent the entire evening moaning about not getting his favourite. Personally I like to try out different beers, that I wouldn't normally try, especially if they're from smaller breweries, I like to keep an open mind, after all my favourite today wasn't brewed when I fist started drinking, so without trying something different I wouldn't have tasted it.Pedigree, Doom Bar and Brew Dog are all mass produced and nothing special, imho, it's the one pub breweries where you can find really interesting beer.mike


I never mentioned Pedigree or Doom Bar (_;) - I'll drink them at a push, if that's the only beer that's on then fair enough, it's no contest when it's that or fosters/carling etc!
I don't know if it's the same nationwide but here in York, Asda actually has quite a few random beers from some great little local breweries. Which reminds me, I'm out and need to pick up a couple....as for the pubs, unless there's a throng of people waiting I'll always have a try of anything new that comes up - I just wouldn't want to commit to a case of them!

mbuckhurst

I did once in the Lake District, a group of us were walking and camping, … I did once in the Lake District, a group of us were walking and camping, by chance the local had a 'beer' festival, 3 of us were happy to try our luck, whilst one member of the party spent the entire evening moaning about not getting his favourite. Personally I like to try out different beers, that I wouldn't normally try, especially if they're from smaller breweries, I like to keep an open mind, after all my favourite today wasn't brewed when I fist started drinking, so without trying something different I wouldn't have tasted it.Pedigree, Doom Bar and Brew Dog are all mass produced and nothing special, imho, it's the one pub breweries where you can find really interesting beer.mike


This!

one thing that the "old man brews" have over this, is at least they come in decent sized bottles.

You can't really compare Sharp's to BrewDog, Totaly different target audience "Hipster" / "Old man" Really?

You're either happy to pay £1.50 a bottle and explore/try new beers with this box or your not!

woldranger

I don't know if it's the same nationwide but here in York, Asda actually … I don't know if it's the same nationwide but here in York, Asda actually has quite a few random beers from some great little local breweries. Which reminds me, I'm out and need to pick up a couple....



If you are in York then House of Trembling Madness on Stonegate have an Aladdins cave of difference beers for sale in the back.

I'm a drinker or craft beers, but quite happy with cask/real ales as well. On the craft Beavertown, EvilTwin etc etc are some of my favourites but I also used to be keen on Doom Bar on draught before Sharp's were taken over.

However, I don't get the BrewDog fascination. Nice branding but the beers are all way too hoppy for me (I prefer malty) and they all seem to be a variation of the same taste.

cdm22

If you are in York then House of Trembling Madness on Stonegate have an … If you are in York then House of Trembling Madness on Stonegate have an Aladdins cave of difference beers for sale in the back.


Thanks, but if I'm drinking beer in pubs I much prefer a full pint! 330ml bottles are great when you're somewhere hot and the beer gets warm quickly but that's rarely a concern over here (_;)

woldranger

Thanks, but if I'm drinking beer in pubs I much prefer a full pint! 330ml … Thanks, but if I'm drinking beer in pubs I much prefer a full pint! 330ml bottles are great when you're somewhere hot and the beer gets warm quickly but that's rarely a concern over here (_;)



I meant for sale in the shop Soooo many to choose from.

I get everyone's issue with brewdog but some of them are nice some not up my taste, same as most breweries really. But I am a sucker for a mystery box and maybe you might get one or two of the harder to find Ines in it for something different. Hot and ordered from me

This is the offer that was on in January too. The box contains Punk, Dead Pony, Jackhammer, Vagabond, Hoppy Xmas, Santa Paws, Pumpkin King, Jet Black Heart and that is about it in varying degrees of cans and bottles. It does contain Dead Pony bombers which as £1.50ish each is a good price.

Hardcore IPA in there too

cdm22

It does says 24 'items' rather than 24 bottles so i wouldn't assume it … It does says 24 'items' rather than 24 bottles so i wouldn't assume it would be all beer.



Devil is in the detail.

Mine is out for delivery, so will post the content once received. Apart from the Pumpkin king, I'll be happy if it's the same content as the January box.

Mine has arrived, 24 beers. Some jet black heart, some sant paws, 3 hardcore ipa, 6 punk ipa (330) and 2 500ml cans. A zeitgeist, a jack hammer, a hoppy Christmas and a couple more of the standard beers.

Mine arrived and really pleased with the selection and value. I had the following:

3 x Punk (330 can)
2 x punk (large can)
1 x jackhammer,
3 x Santa Paws
3 x hardcore ipa
1 x vagabond gluten free
1 x happy christmas
3 x jet balck heart
1 x Zeitgeist
1x dead pony club
1 x dead pony club 660ml
3 x punk (bottle)
1 x 5am saint

Mine just arrived too, pretty happy. Lots of punk and a good mix. I did also receive a bottle which is label less so who knows what that is!!

woldranger

old man brews? Really? This was one of the things that I was worried … old man brews? Really? This was one of the things that I was worried about, suddenly beer is fashionable and it's style over substance! There are plenty of great beers out there from local breweries, not the hyped up fashionable breweries like this. Personally, I don't ever recall going into a bar, handing over money to a barman and asking him for a mystery selection of beers over the next few hours.



sorry but this actually sounds like the best night out ever!

what this basically is is the left over lot that they didnt sell over xmas, including their xmas specials which they cannot sell now randomly spread out. Which for the value is absolutley brilliant for me.

Just wish Wild Beer would do the same as I prefer a lot more of their stuff.


hidchere001

what this basically is is the left over lot that they didnt sell over … what this basically is is the left over lot that they didnt sell over xmas, including their xmas specials which they cannot sell now randomly spread out. Which for the value is absolutley brilliant for me. Just wish Wild Beer would do the same as I prefer a lot more of their stuff.




I think it's a clear out stock process as a friend checked and they filed their year-end statement 18/02/2016

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Edited by: "gambo22" 3rd Feb

Haha. Got a very similar pic of my own. Identical box!

Good mix here including a couple of the more expensive ones too quite impressed 9 different beers I think.

woldranger

Thanks, but if I'm drinking beer in pubs I much prefer a full pint! 330ml … Thanks, but if I'm drinking beer in pubs I much prefer a full pint! 330ml bottles are great when you're somewhere hot and the beer gets warm quickly but that's rarely a concern over here (_;)



​I reckon 330ml is fine. No finger-pointing from me to anyone, but I don't like the British (our) drinking culture. 25cl many places in Europe, lo and behold there's far less drink related illness and violence. Plenty people control themselves with our measures just fine, but smaller measures accentuate the idea of actually tasting your flippin' beer and having it as an accompaniment to your food or social thing. Argument's been made plenty times before I'm just on me soapbox
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