Beer52 - Beer Subscription Service (Review)

You may have seen me mention this in my Valentine’s Day post, and I actually got it for my boyfriend as part of his gifts. In case you didn’t know, I don’t drink alcohol at all, like my dad I’m tea-total. He loved the one I got for Christmas so much, that I decided to get him one for Valentine’s Day as well. 

Beer 52 is a beer subscription service where you get a range of beer delivered directly to your house. Each month they have a different theme based on a specific country, with the last being Poland, however this one seemed to be a mix. Originally it was suppose to be Australia but it didn't seem to be this time, but it contains a minimum of 8 beers and a snack from that country. You can select between dark and light or just light beers, with the latter being vegan friendly. You also earn points with every purchase and when you rate your beers to show others what you think. Interestingly, they also have a podcast in case your further interested in learning more about beer! 

The package comes with discount codes for friends and family, information on the beers in the box, as well as the company, plus of course the products. They're packaged really carefully and securely, with separators to secure the variety of products, which include both bottles and cans. 

In the last box, Luke liked them all bar one and really enjoyed the dark beer especially. Here’s what Luke thought of each of the beers: 

Thornbridge DDH Jaipur IPA: nothing amazing. 
Free Assembly Dry-Hopped Wheat: too sweet. 
Siren Craft Brew Midnight Maverick: yummy and tasty. 
Tiny Rebel Electric Boogaloo NEIPA: really fun and exciting taste. 
Wild Card Brewery Table Beer: good. 
Tempest Chai Cutter Milk Stout: surprisingly yummy and possibly the favourite from the collection. 
Moor Beer Company Classic Stout: great choice. 
Harbour Hollow Days Hazelnut Stout: not as nutty as expected but good. 
This month's box also included two free products, with pitta crisps and Cucumber tonic water. Both were disgusting, with the crisps being too hard and the tonic water literally tasting like cucumber and peas. Eww! I also tried to crisps and was really disappointed by them because I thought they'd be amazing. I didn't try the tonic water but it had an incredibly strong smell and Luke said he almost threw up drinking it! 

Are you a beer drinker? If so, get your own first box here for 50% off, making it just £12 including postage! That’s an amazing price for 8 signature, high quality beers, plus more.