Beer Me Now Offer for TWTD Readers
Wednesday, 5th Sep 2018 14:18
Town fans Evan and Alex Herbert are offering TWTD readers 30 per cent off their first month’s order from their new beer subscription service, Beer Me Now.
“We have always been passionate about beer and have always wanted to run our own business, so in the past few months have given up our careers in retail and property to pursue this dream,” the duo told TWTD.
“We have now launched our beer subscription service called Beer Me Now where customers pay a set monthly fee of £25 and receive a box containing a unique blend of different craft beers and ales (such as porters, pale ales, browns, ambers, sours, bitters, stouts and lagers) plus a snack.
“The business operates solely through our website - www.beermenow.co.uk - and customers have the option of purchasing our monthly (Enthusiast), bi-monthly (Experimenter) or quarterly (Economical) subscription boxes depending on their beer drinking preference.
“We also have a gifting section on our website, where customers can purchase hampers or beer accessories (such as beer glasses and bottle openers) which we expect to be very popular during seasonal gifting seasons such as Christmas and Father’s Day.”
Colchester-based Evan, 27, and Alex, 25, are lifelong Town fans. Having been season ticket holders for some years they are now Silver members and get to around 80 per cent of home games, sitting in the lower tier of the Sir Bobby Robson Stand, and about 40 per cent of away matches.
To take advantage of the offer, visit their website and take out a subscription, using the promo code ‘twtd’.
Beer Me Now’s social media handle is @beermenowhq, while they can be contacted by email via firstname.lastname@example.org.
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