BeerZ.UK Virtual Bar Event.

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In an exciting collaboration between BeerZ.UK and Lincoln City FC, we are excited to announce our first virtual drinking event.Anyone who spends over £30 with BeerZ.UK will receive an invite to our Virtual Bar, which will be open from 7pm on Saturday, January 30th.This will give you chance to compare tasting notes and talk beer in general with like-minded craft enthusiasts.We have put a limited edition specially curated six-can beer box together for you for easy selection, but your purchase can be anything from the BeerZ.UK site to qualify. Anyone spending over £30 will automatically receive a follow-up email with full instructions on how to join the event.

BeerZ.UK from BeerHeadZ

BeerZ.UK from BeerHeadZ – Online sales site launched.

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These are certainly strange times we’re experiencing right now and we are conscious that more people are drinking at home due to various reasons, including the C-19 epidemic and it’s understandable that not everyone has the confidence to visit the pub. We are determined not to let little things like a global pandemic come between us and our loyal customers and so we have launched BeerZ.UK from BeerHeadZ – our new online sales portal. An ever-changing range of exciting, fresh craft beers delivered direct to your home. Mixed cases, gift vouchers, gift packs, subscriptions and beer clubs will all be part of the offer from BeerZ.UK from BeerHeadZ, with no minimum order value. Bringing you beers from domestic favourites such as Verdant, North Brewing, Mobberley Brew House, Full Circle and Top Rope, as well as International breweries Equilibrium, Grimm, Alefarm, …

Covid-19 Re-Opening: Please Bear With Us.

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Dear BeerLoverZ, It’s been a while! We really miss serving great beers and having a laugh with our customers. We wanted to update you all on conversations we’ve been having within our team and to reassure you that we will be open as soon as physically possible. However, we’ve taken the decision not to rush into opening on July 4th. We respect all our fellow publicans who are ready to open safely on this date, but our venues are a little different. Due to the ‘micro’ nature of our pubs, we are taking time to properly risk assess them all and make necessary adjustments before we can open the doors. We’re doing this because nothing is more important than the safety of our customers and staff. You can expect an update from us soon as we prepare to open our …

Beer prices

How much do you value your pint?

BeerHeadZ Beer, Breweries, Miscellaneous, Opinion 6 Comments

Beer has historically been perceived as ‘the drink of the working man’ and, as such, has been expected to be cheap and accessible to all. But is this still the case now? ‘Cheap’ beer is certainly still available – just walk in to your nearest ‘cut-price’ local – You might strike lucky, but the vast majority of the time you will receive a competent but bland and ordinary pint. To get a pint that’s finely crafted and bursting with flavours, you should expect to pay more. We will try to convince you why in this article! The recent BeerHeadZ in-house survey established that 84% of our customers consider quality over price of greater importance. Yet some pubgoers still complain about the cost of their pint; Why should they pay more than a ‘pub down the road’? Well, firstly, you’re probably …

Phil visits Moor brewery

My journey with beer.

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My earliest recollection of tasting beer was in the kid’s outside area of a pub, somewhere on the outskirts of Portsmouth, when I asked my dad if I could taste his beer. I took a swig and my face screwed up immediately as the bitter brown liquid hit my taste buds. “Don’t worry”, said my dad. “You’ll get used to it!” …and get used to it I did! That story is the first memory I have about my beer-drinking career but there have been many memory-making milestones along the way. Some of them are quite hazy now – the memories that is, not the beer (although many of them have been), but I’ll try to retrieve them for this article. The first ‘proper pint’ I ever had – that is bought for myself with my (pocket) money – was at …