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  • Beer52 £11 off £35 spend code

    Beer52 £11 off £35 spend code

    Includes beer cases and individual beers

    If you go online to craft beer retailer Beer52*, you can get £11 off a £35 or more spend if you enter the MSE Blagged code MSE11 at the checkout until 11.59pm on Tue 30 Jun. Delivery's £4.95 and normally takes two to three working days.

    The code can be used when mix and matching individual beers, or on beer cases. If you're planning to use this for a Father's Day present, Beer52 says you'll need to order before 8.59pm on Thu 18 Jun.

    As always, please be Drinkaware.

    • What is Beer52?

      Beer52 has been selling craft beer for seven years and has a score of 4/5 from 9,300+ reviews at Trustpilot. It delivers craft beer from worldwide breweries and works with microbreweries to find small-batch, unique beers. Usually, Beer52 offers a subscription service, however this deal is just for its online beer shop – it's not part of a subscription.

  • 14 near-or-past-best-before craft beers £17

    14 near-or-past-best-before craft beers £17

    MSE Blagged deal makes it equiv £1.21 per beer

    If you order via our Beer52* link, you can score a box of 14 craft beers for £17 delivered (contents £30ish elsewhere). At least three of the beers will be past their 'best-before' date, and the rest will have only a month or two left on theirs. Do note, a best-before date is different to a use-by date, and Beer52 says all the beers are completely safe to drink. This is a one-off box, not part of a subscription - so no need to fear rolling charges.

    To use this offer, simply visit via the link above – the discount's automatically added with no need for a code. The offer ends at 11.59pm on Tue 3 Sep, or once all 2,500 boxes have been claimed - whichever is sooner.

    What's included: 

    All beers come as 330ml cans or bottles. We've listed the price you’d pay for them (or similar) elsewhere online, without delivery. Beer52 tells us the beer selection might vary slightly, but this is roughly what you can expect:

    • Two Tribes - Dream Factory, Pale Ale (4.4%) - £2.50 at Two Tribes
    • Tempest, Armadillo Pale (3.8%) - £1.80 at Sainsbury's
    • Freak Scene, NEIPA (4.5%) - £2.29 (was £3.29) at Beer52
    • Adnams Mosaic Pale Ale (4.1%) - £1.99 at Waitrose
    • Jinjuu West Coast IPA (7%) - we couldn't find this elsewhere
    • Alphabet Brewing, A to The K Oatmeal Pale (5.6%) - £2.19 at Beer Hawk
    • Moor, Union Hop Pale Ale (4.1%) - £2.69 at Honest Brew
    • Radio Alice NE DDH IPA (6.3%) - £1.99 (was £3.49) at Beer52
    • 2 x North x Stu Mostow Brut IPA (5.8%) -  we couldn't find this elsewhere
    • 2 x Northern Monk x Guineu - Greater Consumer Rights, Citrus IPA (5.5%) - £1.59 (was £3.29) at Beer52
    • 2 x Ceviche, Dry Hopped Wit (4.8%) - £2.99 at Beer52
       

    Where we couldn't find the same beer elsewhere, to calculate our £30ish total we assigned a value of £2 based on the average cost of the other beers.

    Delivery takes up to three working days. Beer52 delivers to the UK mainland only.

    Here's an example of what you might receive, though be aware that the exact beers could vary:

    If beer's not your bag, drink in our Cheap wine deals and offers instead.  As always, be Drinkaware.

    • What's Beer52?

      You might not have heard of Beer52, but it’s but it's been selling craft beer for six years and it's got a very strong average score of four out of five from 2,925 reviews on Trust Pilot. It delivers craft beer from worldwide breweries and works with microbreweries to find small-batch, unique beers. Usually Beer52 offers a subscription service, where you get a box every month and pay a fee per month. However, this deal is a one-off purchase - it's not part of a subscription, so there will be no auto-enrolment.

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