expired Free Wine Bottle Temperature Sensor Stickers @ Taylor's Wines

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If you don't have a bottle of Taylors wine with a temperature sensor, don't worry. We will send you a FREE set of temperature sensor stickers designed to be used on any bottle of wine.

Plus you'll also receive a $50 welcome gift for becoming a Taylors Wines Family & Friends member. New members only.


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    Looks like you can request up to 10

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    Can they be used on beer?

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      Probably want beer colder than wine I'd imagine :)

      • +9 votes

        What if you're British ?

        • +1 vote

          Red wine vs white wine. Ale vs lager. Different drinks, different temperatures.

          Saying that, most popular lager is so bad you need to kill its flavour by serving extra cold…

        • +1 vote

          @tightwad:

          Different drinks, different temperatures.

          Different stickers ?

        • +2 votes

          @tightwad:

          most popular lager is so bad you need to kill its flavour by serving extra cold…

          you've obviously been drinking the wrong lager then…

        • +1 vote

          @jv:
          'pipular'

          You really don't know how to read…..anything.

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          @tightwad: He got in that sneaky edit

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          @tightwad:

          'pipular'

          The Edge Brewing lager is very popular at our local drinking hole…

        • -1 vote

          jv do you ever get bored of posting up absolute shite?

          Even with your comments set to hidden, I still find them annoying because I know underneath the "show" button, is another unproductive, unfunny comment.

          At least if you're going to comment on every single thread, make the comments mildly amusing..?

        • +2 votes

          @Deviner:

          jv do you ever get bored of posting up absolute shite?

          that's subjective.

          Do you get bored of posting off topic comments that have nothing to do with the deal?

        • +1 vote

          @Deviner:

          At least if you're going to comment on every single thread

          Where have I commented on every single thread?

        • -3 votes

          @jv: Now, could you not have just put that into one post instead of two?
          Are you on some sort of delusional post count crusade?

          You're just spamming and your comments don't add any value to any threads that I've seen other than to clutter up the page with absolute drivel - now please stop and find another hobby.

        • +5 votes

          @Deviner:

          don't add any value to any threads that I've seen

          Pot…Kettle…? This whole back-and-forth is totally irrelevant to the post itself. Last I saw jv was at least talking about alcohol…

        • +6 votes

          @Deviner:

          Now, could you not have just put that into one post instead of two?

          why? are you still using a 14 inch monitor ?

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          What if you're British

          Then you should be more concerned about your cricket team performance than the bloody temp of a beer.

        • +9 votes

          @Spackbace:

          Last I saw jv was at least talking about alcohol…

          If I only had a dollar for every time I've heard that…

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        You're right, but the optimal temperature for serving beer is still a bit warmer than fridge temperature, so would still appear at the bottom of this scale. From http://www.dummies.com/food-drink/drinks/beer/serve-beer-at-...

        Serve most premium lagers between 42 and 48 degrees Fahrenheit (6 to 9 degrees Celsius) and quality ales between 44 and 52 degrees Fahrenheit (7 to 11 degrees Celsius).

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          I guess you need to roll in the room temperature as well, imagine if you're in a hot day compare to snowy mountain…

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      Some styles of beer. Such stickers will work for some specific beer styles rather well and for others, they'll be completely wrong.

      There's a lot more variety in beer styles and the way they are served than what you will ever find in wine.

      BTW: There are some beers that have had temperature sensitive emblems printed on the label for decades now. In particular, there's a low-alcohol / no-alcohol beer sold in the Czech Republic that has an indicator that changes colour when it's warm enough to taste like (insert offensive term here). It actually works - the beer is consumable when cold, but as it warms up it's lack of alcohol becomes apparent and the drinking experience takes a sudden dive.

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    I have nfi why but i ordered lol

  • +1 vote

    Thanks OP, got 10. Will go well with all the alcohol deals we've had recently. Is the $50 'welcome gift' just a discount coupon?

  • +2 votes

    Spam mail here you come!

  • +1 vote

    The welcome voucher is basically 33% off a cheaper $150 six pack.

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    Do not give your phone number, as you will be called at almost monthly intervals with specials. Unless you want to be called monthly that is….

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    I couldn't find any wines which I could use the discount coupon on. No wines marked as exclusive on their site

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    The SPAM are strong with this one. I've let Google deal with them now.

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    Chilling a wine masks the bouquet.
    But a nice cold class of Sauv blanc
    would be great on a day like today😃

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    Did anyone actually receive these. I haven't, not as yet anyway.

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    Received mine in the mail today postmarked 11/1/2017

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