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Dad & Dave's Black IPA 2x Cartons (48x 375ml Cans) $150 (Was $259.90) Delivered @ Dad N Dave's Brewing

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Another Dad & Dave's lockdown deal has arrived!

Dad & Dave's Black IPA is bursting with coconut and tropical fruit aromas followed by loads of chocolate and roasted malts. This winter warmer is perfect on those cold cold nights while your mind wanders to the summer to come.

48 x 375ml cans @ 6.8% ALC/VOL

Big shoutout to everyone who took advantage of last weeks Hop Harvest IPA and Peaches & Cream IPA deals.

Cans Best Before dates are 28/02/2022

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  • +3 votes

    Liking the hop harvest, even my wife likes it 😢🥺

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      Awesome! Can't wait for the Hop Harvest 2022 :D

  • +3 votes

    Nice deal, but I don't know how long it will take me to get through 48 of these…

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      Share with a mate!! :)

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      Only one way to find out ;-)

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      Happy to share if you keen.

  • +3 votes

    Bit confused by this deal.

    Are you saying that the regular price for 2 x cartons (48 cans) is $260?!

    • +6 votes

      Yes, the usual price $129.95 per carton. It is a craft speciality beer and this is a common price.

      • +13 votes

        Ozbargainers find it really hard to comprehend the cost of craft beer - especially limited runs.

        Think about the difference in price between Johnnie Walker Red and Lagavulin. Seems fair, right? But then when Lagavulin do a special release, say the 8 or 11 year releases - they cost a bit more.

        That's craft beer.

        • +5 votes

          I have the same discussion with Ozbargainers whenever I post a craft beer deal haha. I don't mind, its educating people!

        • +2 votes

          Craft beer takes 18 years to mature?

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            @klownz: It can definitely take a fair bit longer than a big brewery beer if it's done correctly. It also uses more hours of labour and has better quality ingredients. They also don't have the economies of scale or bargaining power of a CUB or Asahi to bring their ingredient costs down. This is also roughly 1.5x the ABV of your standard lager.

            $130 might seem steep to a lot of people, but comparing the pricing of limited run, unique craft to macro lager is like apples to oranges.

          • +1 vote

            @klownz: It uses more expensive ingredients than corn and cat's piss to create than your standard macro lager I assume you drink if you are not aware of this.

            Also takes more labour to create than your standard macro lager which is most likely fully automated b cause they brew the same thing day in day out and only care about the bottom line.

        • +1 vote

          I buy alot of bottles of wine $150+ and even I wonder why sometimes.

          I'm like carton of beer $50, vs like 3 glasses.

          There's always variety, weather it's whiskey, beer or wine. I would definitely say you get better value our of beer/spirits tho.

          • +1 vote

            @Adelv: Just buy cheaper wine.

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              @gosm: We are pretty blessed in the quality of some of our cheap wine in OZ IMHO….

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                @Forfiet: Yeah we are very blessed with our cheap high quality wines. If you get one of those aerator heads (like the houdini) a $15 bottle really is top shelf stuff. Life's good here :-P

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          Your beer comes from farther away than my beer, you and your son like each other, your wife's butt is higher than my wife's butt! You make me sick!

  • +2 votes

    My beer cupboard is way too full at the moment but I have my eye on more Dad and Dave tins - good brewery.

    • +2 votes

      Appreciate the kind comment mate!

  • +6 votes

    Any chance you could do some kind of Frankenstein variety pack? I like beer, but I like to try different beers. I'm much more likely to buy a sampler case.

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      • +1 vote

        Thanks for bringing this up to my attention. Now… to wait for a deal on this!

        • +13 votes

          We've had a few people ask for a special Ozbargain mixed can deal and we are working on it :)

          • +2 votes

            @jamesdumay: Being in SA I had never heard of you guys before. Would be very interested in an OzB pack, particularly keen to try out your peaches and cream + black forest beers. Lockdown pack with peaches mixed in would be ideal!

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              @iMagoo: I think we have about a carton of the Peaches and Cream left and it won’t be back for a while

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                @jamesdumay: Bugger it, purchased, I'll dish out a few 4 packs to some friends. Looking forward to it. Cheers!

  • +5 votes

    $75/case for a nice strong IPA is a good deal, $130 is not. If you're still making profit at $2.29 less PER UNIT, that's a very, very healthy margin at full price.

    • +4 votes

      That's not what it costs us. This is product in our cool room that isn't selling because we've been in lockdown for weeks.

      • +2 votes

        Will definitely come to the tap room when this lockdown bullshit is finally gone & I'm in Melb next.

        • +1 vote

          Mate if you do have a few beers on me

      • +5 votes

        Sarcasm and beer actually do go quite well together

      • +2 votes

        Don't take it personally, some people just don't understand what it costs to make craft beer

        • +7 votes

          Never thought it was but always pays to be polite

        • +8 votes

          I don't think the rep was out of line here. It was a polite exchange.

  • +6 votes

    For me craft beer is an adventure, it's nice to try new things (for both the brewer and consumer). Costs are higher due to the smaller scale. If people enjoy their $30 cases of average, mass produced beers then so be it.

    Personally I'm happy to pay for the privilege of trying something different and support the smaller businesses pushing the boundaries.

    Edit: purchased a case of peaches and cream IPA and am eagerly awaiting the OzB case you guys put together.

  • +1 vote

    Never heard of this mob. Keen to try a mixed carton if a decent deal comes along. 2 cartons is a bit much unless it has good expiry.

    • +1 vote

      The best before date is 28/02/2022 so plenty of time to drink these.

  • +3 votes

    Has anyone on here tried it? Would love to know if it is worth the hefty price tag? I can only find 1 website that has a rating of 3.5/5 from 103 reviewers.

    Also found this https://www.facebook.com/bennysbeerreviews/videos/3561677520...

    • +7 votes

      3.6 on untapped which is fairly average for a craft beer that is supposedly 130 a carton.

      • -4 votes

        Bahahahahabahafahabaha

  • +1 vote

    How close does this head to a stout? Love an IPA but I'm not a big fan of this trend of calling stouts a whole range of other things (dark chocolate xiv imperial super lager roasted malt, for example)

    • +3 votes

      It's nothing like a stout.

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        Cheers, just every time I see something described as "chocolate" or similar I'm always expecting to get a stout now

  • +2 votes

    Keen to try this out, now to find a mate to split this with :D

    • +1 vote

      I am in melbourne (north) if you want to split.

      • +1 vote

        thanks for offering mate, but already found someone, sorry!

        • +1 vote

          16 times 3 is 48.
          Just saying :)

          • +1 vote

            @dreamz: haha, you'd actually be number 4 ;)

  • +3 votes

    Got one and the peaches & cream IPA was very good – quick delivery too.

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      Nice one - glad you liked it :)

  • +1 vote

    What is the expiry on the cans please

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      Best before 28/02/2022

  • +1 vote

    When will you be selling your ginger beer in cans? I really like them.

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    Love the sound of this but not sure if I want to make such a big commitment in money or volume. 48 cans/$150 is a lot if I didn't end up liking it.

  • +4 votes

    Thank you everyone for taking up our deal! We are packing now and will have couriers pickup tomorrow morning.

    • +1 vote

      Wahoo. I needed more supplies for next week of home schooling.

      • +3 votes

        I want to attend your home school 🥴

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    Congrats on selling out mate! In the industry and great seeing deals like this being successful!

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    Would've pulled the trigger when I got the email from you guys but opted no to as it was advertised as 4.8% not an impressive 6.8

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    DAMN - very upset on missing out here. Appreciate the offer nonetheless, thanks D&D!

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    Dam, missed the deal. Has the Hop Harvest been shipped from the last deal?

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      It should be on the way!