[Short Dated] Brooklyn Summer Pale Ale 375ml 24 Cans - 2 Slabs for $79 (Limit 1 Deal Per Order) + Shipping @ Wine Sellers Direct

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Brooklyn Brewery Summer Ale is a light and zesty beer brewed with warm weather adventures in mind. It’s the perfect companion for long summer days by the pool, in the yard, or anywhere else people unwind.

  • Locally brewed. Best Before 17th June 2022.

  • WAS: $79.99 Per Slab NOW 2 FOR $79 + Freight Whilst stocks last.

  • 1 Deal Max Per Online Order. Available on-line ONLY

  • Orders to be processed and despatched from March 1st.

  • Available whilst stock lasts. Delays are currently been experienced across Australia for deliveries. Your patience is appreciated.

FREIGHT
VIC - Flat Rate $4.95 Per Order
ACT & NSW - Less than 12 items $11.00, 12 items or more $5 Per Order
QLD - Less than 12 items $11.00, 12 items or more $9 Per Order
SA - Less than 12 items $11.00, 12 items or more $5 Per Order
TAS - Less than 12 items $17.00, 12 items or more $15 Per Order
WA - Less than 12 items $16.00, 12 items or more $15 Per Order
NT - Less than 12 items $35.00, 12 items or more $40 Per Order (Excluding Dry Areas)

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Comments

  • +2

    "Brooklyn Brewery Summer Ale is a light and zesty beer brewed with warm weather adventures in mind. It’s the perfect companion for long summer days by the pool, in the yard, or anywhere else people unwind."

    Like in front of an open fire.

    • Not everywhere in Oz is cold - up North its nice & warm for a Summer beer🌞

  • How long can you keep out of date beer for before throwing it out?

    • How ever long you are keen.

      It's a Best before, not a use by..

    • Wait till the coating on the can breaks down.
      Then it's time to drink the lot in one session. Or that's a good excuse.

  • +1

    As someone who brews a beers best before date really depends on the alcohol content (higher % tend to last longer) but mainly the style of beer - very aromatic, hop driven beers e.g IPAs, NEIPA etc will lose their hopiness pretty young and thats really the soul of the beer.

    Whereas malt driven/oriented beers e.g stouts - will actually tend to improve with age - and can be great even several years plus in age.

    This also assumes they've been stored at normal/proper temps - but safe to say this beer is perfectly fine to drink but is probably no longer as hoppy as it was meant to be and probably drinks more like a good big brewery beer rather than a quality craft brewed one now.

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