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Brock Street Brewing Company

Free $35 Gift Pack with every 24 can order (all January, Ontario only)

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Free $35 Gift Pack with every 24 can order (all January, Ontario only)

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Brock Street Brewing Company
Saw the ad on Facebook, but it also appears along the banner atop the site.

When you order 24 cans, you get a free gift pack worth $35 with a pint glass, toque, beer nuts, and three tall boys. Depending where you live, delivery is free. Highly reccomend the vodka sodas! All their beer is great too.

For the free beers, I got the Belgian Abbey ale, Yorkshire Festival ale, and Strawberry Blonde.
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Ontario only? Useful info to include
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Feb 16, 2012
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For the free $35 gift is it applied automatically or do I need to add it to the cart?
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Jan 9, 2022
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Not my photos, but what others posted online for $35 gift set.

Didn't see any specifics or details when I placed my order today.
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Don't need the toque, snacks nor glass. Can I get more beer instead? :)
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Darkblade48 wrote: Don't need the toque, snacks nor glass. Can I get more beer instead? :)
You may trade with someone...Smiling Face With Sunglasses
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May 23, 2016
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Placed an order for 24 mixed beer. It came up to slightly over 70 and the note said free shipping over 70.
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As a bit of a beer connoisseur (but not snob) I have to say these are rather weak offerings from Brock Street Brewery at the moment. Having been there at the brewery just this past week I had the opportunity to sample many of these beers, and they are OK at most if a little overpriced. They have a much better selection during the warmer moths of the year. ex: there are no proper IPAs available right now, the only one is a New England IPA at 3.8% alc. (might as well drink carbonated water and save yourself the calories) I like to support local breweries, and the adjacent restaurant is not too shabby, but there are much better options for local beers out there, like All Or Nothing or Common Good.
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CFRTim wrote: As a bit of a beer connoisseur (but not snob) I have to say these are rather week offerings from Brock Street Brewery at the moment. Having been there at the brewery just this past week I had the opportunity to sample many of these beers, and they are OK at most if a little overpriced. They have a much better selection during the warmer moths of the year. ex: there are no proper IPAs available right now, the only one is a New England IPA at 3.8% alc. (might as well drink carbonated water and save yourself the calories) I like to support local breweries, and the adjacent restaurant is not too shabby, but there are much better options for local beers out there, like All Or Nothing or Common Good.
Over the years my body's been responding more negatively to alcohol (get queasy easily, really disrupts sleep, headaches easily, etc.) plus it's terrible for you, and I've been trying to find beer options that are lower in alcohol but still provide a decent drinking experience. If I can find a beer that's under 4% without being bad, then my ears perk up. Is this one bad, or just not the 'full NEIPA experience'?
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@grumble
As far is NEIPA goes, it's OK, but as I said better options out there. Not sure about the real value of the $35 gift pack, but as another poster has mentioned, wish that could be used towards more beverages. Anyway, to each his own and I understand different people like different beer, as we don't all have the same taste palate. Not knocking them down, have been there many times over the years and I'm all in for supporting local smaller breweries. Can't remember last time I bought a conglomerate beer by choice.
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Here is the $35 gift pack I received today (different hat than the ones I posted yesterday from others)
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Are promotions like this due to "Dry January" movements?
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CFRTim wrote: As a bit of a beer connoisseur (but not snob) I have to say these are rather week offerings from Brock Street Brewery at the moment. Having been there at the brewery just this past week I had the opportunity to sample many of these beers, and they are OK at most if a little overpriced. They have a much better selection during the warmer moths of the year. ex: there are no proper IPAs available right now, the only one is a New England IPA at 3.8% alc. (might as well drink carbonated water and save yourself the calories) I like to support local breweries, and the adjacent restaurant is not too shabby, but there are much better options for local beers out there, like All Or Nothing or Common Good.
Mostly likely agree with everything your said, Brock is mostly middle of the road as far as craft beer - haven't visit since covid - go and their selection right now is ...could be better. How did you like their sour, dry stout, and red?

And I can not disagree more on "all or Nothing" they're just ..... meh to put it lightly. and Common Good is pretty far away from Brock.
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$15 shipping to Ottawa. Maybe shipping to GTA is free, but definitely not all of ON.
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I want Common Good to do well because it's my nearby craft place, but they need to increase volume. Their beer is good but I do not think their prices reflect the quality. Yes, they are cheaper than most of the downtown places, but their prices seem to reside partially downtown. The goal should be GLB, but understandably GLB has decades on them.
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$35 value yeah right, more like $15.
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Jul 28, 2019
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TY OP. In for the mixed 24 pack + trying some of their vodka soda's. Happy to support local and their promo seems decent.

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