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An honest review of Beer52 and a Unique Voucher to get £10 of your order…
Over the past couple of the years I have gotten more and more into trying different beers. My love for trying different beers started in Cornwall. I had come across some unusual beers such as Betty Stogs and Proper Job (one of my favourites)
For some time now I’ve been looking at monthly subscriptions for Beer for some time now. I have tried a few for food so thought i’d spend some time looking into the drinks. Beer52 contacted me and offered me a free box to try out and therefore jumped at the chance.
Even though I was given a box for free, my Beer52 review is based on my honest impressions of the service. This review has not been influenced by being gifted a box.
Beer52 is a monthly beer subscription service. It’s the perfect subscription or gift for beer lovers. You can try 8 different small batch craft beers from a wide range of breweries. Their team of experts will select craft beers that are tailored to you and your taste. Each month you will receive your selected 8 beers, monthly magazine and snack.
A great feature is that all the beer is sent to you fresh. They claim that it is in the bottle within 4-6 weeks of being brewed!
Beer52 costs as little as £24 a month, although with this Beer52 voucher you can save £10: AMATEUR10
As I said I did receive a box from Beer52. Even though I have had a number of craft beers, I had not had any of these 8 before.
This beer is a red ale that is double hopped. It has a nice roast and malty flavour. An American ale that is brewed in Oregon. This is a Christmas variation of their classic ale Saint Rogue Red.
If combining with food then it goes really well with pork or beef.
A orange gold Belgian beer. The Heathens Are Coming is one of the beers from TO OL in their Fuck Art range. It has a nice aroma of fruits with a fruity yet spicy taste. It’s quite a dry beer and very drinkable.
This English Beer is brewed by micro brewery Wiper and True in Bristol. It is a fairly low alcohol content when compared with other ales. It uses a soft malt base and has fruity notes. It’s a tart yet refreshing beer.
Introducing a nice christmas scotch ale to enjoy over the festive period. Id consider it a mid strength beer at 4.5%. I have had a few Brewdog beers and they continue to bring out beers that taste great. It reminds me a little of honey and caramel.
Krampus in folklore is a half goat and half demon. Punishing children who have misbehaved. If you have a bottle of this you will think of it more of a treat than a punishment. Its a nice winter blond ale with hints of caramel, oak and sherry. A nice strength ale, perfect for the Christmas period.
With a name like Flower power hippy dippy and all things pretty, it makes you think of flowery, peace and love symbols. It’s a cloudy orange colour with aromas of caramel, fruits and as you would expect flowers.
This Belgian beer is the brainchild of Mikkeller and Beer52. A beer with a nice Alcohol content. Golden in colour with the aromas of citrus. I found it a little bitter but also had a nice sweet aftertaste. I also found that it had a nice fruity finish, very drinkable.
Brewed in Norway by the award winning brewery Aegir. Littlebro IPA is a pale ale with crisp flavours that go well with spicy food. I found the aroma and taste reminded me of tropical fruits with a hint of pepper.
As well as the beers and a free snack, you also get a copy of the Ferment magazine. The magazine is a good read for all beer fans with news pieces, gift guides, cocktail recipes. Well worth a read when enjoying one of you 8 great beers.
Overall Beer52 and the beers are impressive as well as the service you get. I am really happy with all 8 bottles that I get to try. They seemed to be a nice mixture of strengths and flavours. I do think it will be a service I will continue to get, allowing me to experience even more small batch beers.
If you are a fan of beer and want to experience a nice variety, then i’d recommend giving it a go.
We are all looking for a good deal and a way to save a little money. Beer52 have been kind enough to provide me with a unique Beer52 voucher code to save you £10! Simply visit their website via the URL below and input the voucher code: AMATEUR10
If you are planning to sign up and have any questions please feel free to ask in the comments below and ill try and answer. If you have already signed up then let me know what you think.
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I have enjoyed cooking for some years now, its one of the only things that I can do that makes me relaxed and forget any worries I have. I love trying new foods and visiting restaurants. Other hobbies include writing, game development and work :)