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The Sub Party Pack - includes a Krups Sub (in grey) and 8x 2l of Newcastle Brown (short dated) £129 @ Beerwulf (UK The Sub)
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The Sub Party Pack - includes a Krups Sub (in grey) and 8x 2l of Newcastle Brown (short dated) £129 @ Beerwulf (UK The Sub)

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Posted 23rd Mar

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Normally the Sub itself costs £109-129, so in effect you're getting 16 litres of Brown Ale for close to free. Might help those with pub withdrawal? The added bonus is the inventive to drink them all before 30th April, although I'm sure they'll last a little longer than the best before date...

Yes the subs can be expensive from beerwulf, I only ever buy for my Sub Compact when they're on offer. Luckily I stocked up just before the whole coronavirus thing reared it's head...

Please note that they're currently quoting a week for delivery.
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The only thing left on the shelf in my local BnM on Saturday, was Newcastle Brown.
MadeInBeats23/03/2020 17:29

The only thing left on the shelf in my local BnM on Saturday, was …The only thing left on the shelf in my local BnM on Saturday, was Newcastle Brown.


this crisis is probably helping to show supermarkets what they really don't need to stock that much of... in my local sainsbury's it was mushroom and mulligatawny soups, still full shelves of those in a sea of empty ones
Looks like a good deal at first, but you wil be stiuck with a huge, bulky, lump of a machine taking up space and using electricity and will have to pay over the odds for beers that won't really taste any different than if they came out of a (usually chealper) can.

Mine was on eBay after only a few months. Not worth the hassle.
FinbarMcDougal23/03/2020 17:34

Looks like a good deal at first, but you wil be stiuck with a huge, bulky, …Looks like a good deal at first, but you wil be stiuck with a huge, bulky, lump of a machine taking up space and using electricity and will have to pay over the odds for beers that won't really taste any different than if they came out of a (usually chealper) can. Mine was on eBay after only a few months. Not worth the hassle.


I've got the compact so don't know how much space that saves compared to the full one. I agree the beer is expensive, but I do prefer it over bottles (especially Tiger and Affligem), plus as I don't go to pubs very often (not at all now!) it's justifiable, but everyone's got different thresholds for all these things
IndianaBlues23/03/2020 17:40

I've got the compact so don't know how much space that saves compared to …I've got the compact so don't know how much space that saves compared to the full one. I agree the beer is expensive, but I do prefer it over bottles (especially Tiger and Affligem), plus as I don't go to pubs very often (not at all now!) it's justifiable, but everyone's got different thresholds for all these things


I think its like the difference between fat and obsese. they're both huge.
I think because a good proportion of HUKD's are quite frugal ( by nature that's why we are on here) these will never go red hot because of the price per ltr
16 litres of short dated Newcastle Brown ale.......Sounds devine.

That'll put hairs on your chest...
zx636r23/03/2020 18:18

16 litres of short dated Newcastle Brown ale.......Sounds devine.That'll …16 litres of short dated Newcastle Brown ale.......Sounds devine.That'll put hairs on your chest...


Well, some fungus as least...
IndianaBlues23/03/2020 17:31

this crisis is probably helping to show supermarkets what they really … this crisis is probably helping to show supermarkets what they really don't need to stock that much of... in my local sainsbury's it was mushroom and mulligatawny soups, still full shelves of those in a sea of empty ones


...wholewheat spaghetti
Got a compact and love it. Beer can be more expensive but I get to have a beer tap in the kitchen so it’s worth it. And it does taste better than the bottle. Especially the Tiger.
freakie23/03/2020 18:33

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My kinda guyyyyy

I just wish people would educate themselves like this rather than what Karen said on Facebook! 👏🏼👏🏼
Another disgrace of a brew .. tadcaster brown ale .. nothing to do with the once great bottle of dog.
Heineken’s master plan to buy up famous ales and mass produce them as cheap as possible .
Cheap and nasty stuff.
FinbarMcDougal23/03/2020 17:34

Looks like a good deal at first, but you wil be stiuck with a huge, bulky, …Looks like a good deal at first, but you wil be stiuck with a huge, bulky, lump of a machine taking up space and using electricity and will have to pay over the odds for beers that won't really taste any different than if they came out of a (usually chealper) can. Mine was on eBay after only a few months. Not worth the hassle.


Kinda like an adult soda stream
Thanks for sharing this @IndianaBlues Was just checking to see if this was shared on site and here it is!

People are right about the price per litre but I think this is a nice little device to have and this one looks like a decent deal. Not a fan of Newcastle Brown Ale but the Birra or Heineken ones are tempting me.
This company is pathetic, they are OOS for the offer but you can buy it separately which of course makes it more expensive
IndianaBlues23/03/2020 17:31

this crisis is probably helping to show supermarkets what they really … this crisis is probably helping to show supermarkets what they really don't need to stock that much of... in my local sainsbury's it was mushroom and mulligatawny soups, still full shelves of those in a sea of empty ones


lol those are popular round mine - they should change their delvieriies or production
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