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$100 Off Yeastie Boys White Palace India Pale Lager (24x 500ml Cans) - $79 + Free Delivery @ Craft Cartel

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Grab a case of Yeastie Boys White Palace for $79 Delivered (Save 56%)! This refreshing India Pale Lager comes in 24 x mega 500ml cans. Normally $179 a case – this is a whopping saving of $100. Plus we’re throwing in Free Shipping.

Tasting Note
White Palace is a ‘fruited and bruted’ India Pale Lager with lashings of passionfruit and Pinot Gris juice. Expect delicate tropical fruit and melon aromatics and flavour - reminiscent of new world white wines - and a clean, super dry finish. ABV: 6.6%.

Best before July 2020.

To get this deal enter the coupon code: WHITE

*Offer available while stock lasts. No refunds or exchanges on sale items. Can't be used in-conjunction with other specials. Your beer will be dispatched on Feb 18.

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Comments

  • +4 votes

    Very decent price for 24 strong 500ml craft beers. Bought. Tempted to get a second. Has anyone had these before, I'm assuming like a very fruity IPA?

    • +2 votes

      It's a pretty tart/dry beer

    • +4 votes

      This isn't an IPA. Lots of people are making this significant mistake with their comments. I've had this beer and it tastes nothing like an IPA. It's a fruity lager.

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      It's not an ale, it's a lager.

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      Thanks all, I did pick up on it being an IPL not IPA, just haven't experienced what that is yet, but I trust yeastie boys to make it good whatever it is. Will find out! You helped me decide not to get a second though given its probably not going to be what I think…

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    anyone tried this beer can comment if its worth getting at this discounted price? i still have 3 unopened cartons of various beers from previous deals.

    • +5 votes

      If you're stockpiling beers, IPAs isn't the type to do it with so if these would likely sit around for a while I'd give it a pass. As for the beer, I haven't tried this particular IPA but I am a fan of Yeastie Boys so am confident it would be a good drop.

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        thanks i'm not stockpiling beers but my consumption can't catch up with the number of beer deals appearing here.

        • +1 vote

          I hear you. I did an assessment on the weekend and prioritised any nearing best before or that I thought likely to deteriate quicker than others.

          To be fair, it's a pretty awesome problem to have.

      • +1 vote

        Agreed @Jacked.

        IPAs are best consumed fresh. Less than one month is ideal. Up to three will still be ok. Approaching six, drink now. 12 or more and it will be far from what the brewer intended.

      • -5 votes

        Ignore the dates. Too many craft beer wanna be's are sucked in by thinking this is critical. The date is primarily a marketing ploy to get you to drink the beer sooner. This beer will be fine in 12 months time. It's true that the taste will change, but for most the change will be negligible.

        • +1 vote

          You're right, it's not critical. But it's important to know.

          It's also important to know which beers it applies to and those it doesn't. Modern day IPAs and IPLs are typically hop forward beers, and hop flavour and aroma fades quickly.

          I've lost count of the number of times I've seen someone on social media ruining down a brewery's beer with a sink pour or some other BS. Only to then be asked how old it was and confess it was six months or more.

          How does this marketing ploy work exactly? If I were a brewer who was only interested in my bottom-line, wouldn't steering people away from my beer if it's not fresh, work against me?

          If someone buys the beer and enjoys it, awesome! But if someone drinks it and finds it's not up to scratch, age will probably be the reason. Not the person who made it.

      • +3 votes

        Lucky that this isn't an IPA then!

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    Got a case its $179 on uncle dan…..

    wouldn't pay 179 but got a case to try

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    Love a good IPA, worth a shot. Cheers!

  • +2 votes

    That's a very low rated beer on Untappd. I wouldn't buy it for myself, but for $79 I'd consider bringing a case to a party or function.

  • +1 vote

    Giving it a go :-)

  • -3 votes

    Who the f*** is going to pay $179 a slab for beer,. That's 3 1/2 slabs of Löwenbräu.

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    Noticed that this is NOT an IPA, but an IPL…is there much difference? Not a fan of typical lagers but love an IPA

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      MASSIVE difference between IPA and IPL. Completely different beers. This will NOT have the higher IBU's (bitterness) associated with an IPA. This will NOT be very hoppy. This is a fruity lager.

  • +10 votes

    Sick to death of the negative bullshit in beer threads.

    Too expensive for you, don't buy it.

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      Here here. Bought. I'll give it a go. Supposed to be good brewers who win a few awards.

    • +9 votes

      BuT wHY pAy $80 foR BeeR When I CAn GeT AlDi BeeR foR $40

      • -4 votes

        Why pay $1.70 a litre for Ultimate 98 when I can pay $1.20 a litre for E10 ?

        In case you can't see it, the answer is because they are different products!

        I'd also add why write a comment when you can't understand the use of CAPITALS?

  • +5 votes

    I was interested until I read "Lager"

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    website down :(

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    Hi Op. can I pick up in store tonight or Thursday.?

  • +6 votes

    Why do people feel the need to compare the price of this to shit beer?

    " Hurr sure I could buy 3 cartons of XXXX for that "

    We know how much a slab of shit beer costs.

  • +1 vote

    First (and only?) batch of this stuff started showing up on Untappd around October 2019 so it can't be too old. Reading the comments it might not be everyone's cup of tea but it rates pretty well. I'd rather buy my stuff locally if I'm buying good crafties as I never have faith in the shipping to wholsesaler/storage and then shipping to me process. Have tried a couple of times and have ended up with cooked beer.

  • -1 vote

    I'll pay a high price for good beer, but at $180 for a carton originally these guys must be 'avin a laugh.

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    Has anyone's order been shipped yet?

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      Never even got a confirmation email but $ taken from credit card. Just emailed them. You get a confirmation email?

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        I got a response from them saying that all orders are dispatched this week

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          Yep reply already with tracking number from yesterday. Picture of a truck are they trucking it all the way to FNQ?

    • +2 votes

      Yep, I got a Fastway tracking email yesterday and literally just had the courier dude drop off my case…

      Sydney to Melbourne in one day, pretty impressive, the ETA actually stated 20/02/2020.

      Now into the fridge and to crack one open later today 🤤 🍻

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        Let me b know how they taste. Might have one watching NRL on weekend if they make it by then.

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        lucky i got fastway tracking to Perth and says ETA is 28/02/2020. little disappointed as boozebud are able to deliver within a week from Sydney to Perth. still has not even updated to say it is in transit from Sydney to Perth looks like it's just sitting in the hotbox warehouse in Sydney still for the last 2 days.

        how good is craftcartel if beer is compromised for being left in hot warehouse for days or if "lost" from fastway, i've had fastway steal packages before and said they were delivered.

        boozebud gave me the option of store credit for the full amount or half the amount refunded to my bank last time there was issue with my order. this is first time i've ordered from craft cartel and i like the idea of a super good deal every tuesday but if delivery is going to take 2 weeks from Sydney to Perth i can't see myself using it very often

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          The website said "DISPATCH DATE: WED, FEB 18" and I just got mine today in rural NSW. Not too bad IMO.