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Beer52 beer subscription

Beer52 craft beer club review

Read our full review of the Beer52 beer club to find out what we thought of this beer delivery that includes a little bit of everything

Beer52, founded in 2013, has the mission of ‘building a community of people who love craft beer’. As well as the Beer Club, Beer52 operates a widely stocked beer shop, a ‘beer school’ and the annual CyberFest beer festival.
There are two subscription options to choose from in the Beer Club: mixed (light and dark beers) or light only. Each box contains eight beers, a snack and magazine. There’s no commitment, with the ability to pause or cancel at any time.
The colourful, branded box is all recyclable, with cardboard inserts to keep the bottles and cans stable. Our mixed box includes a varied selection from European breweries, including two notable Czech beers: a 5% ABV pale ale and Morion dry stout. We particularly enjoy the Fierce Beer Hop Squad, a hoppy IPA with fresh citrus notes from Aberdeen’s first microbrewery. The bottle of Dead Wax London porter is one for dark beer fans – a rich malt with bitter coffee aromas.
Also included in our box is a small packet of jalapeño roasted chickpeas and a copy of Beer52’s own magazine, Ferment. Packed with plenty of brewery recommendations, interesting news from the world of beer and a detailed tasting guide with notes on all the beers in the box (including the specific temperature at which to enjoy them all), it’s a lively read for true beer enthusiasts.
We enjoy the selection on offer in the Beer52 club, especially with the added read of Ferment magazine – a great value box for true enthusiasts.
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