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Did you know the price of a pint on PerfectDraft starts from just £2.34? Let me show you how.
When you buy a beer keg from Beer Hawk, we give you Beer Tokens back for every Pound you spend, 5p on every Pound to be precise. On top of that, every PerfectDraft Keg you return to us we give you £5 back in Beer Tokens as well, no seriously, £5!
Here’s a few examples of the price of a pint (and remember, always show your working!)
Becks Keg cost = £29.90 - £1.49 back in beer tokens - £5 back in beer tokens for return = £23.41 / 10 = £2.34 per pint
Stella Artois Keg cost = £30.50 - £1.52 back in beer tokens - £5 back in beer tokens for return = £23.98 / 10 = £2.39 per pint
Goose Island IPA Keg cost = £34.50 - £1.72 back in beer tokens - £5 back in beer tokens for return = £27.79 / 10 = £2.77 per pint
So for you boffins out there heres the formula to find out exactly how much each pint of pub-quality beer will set you back:
Sounds a lot, but it won’t take you a minute!
And all of this is assuming you’re buying the kegs at normal price - every Wednesday we switch up our Multibuy keg offer, where you can get up to 15% off a selection of kegs! So keep your eyes peeled, as what’s included in the offer changes every week and we’d hate for you to miss your favourites.
So now we have the boring maths out of the way, lets enjoy a pint!
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