Did you know the price of a pint on PerfectDraft starts from just £2.32? Let us show you how.
We wanted to show you how we work out the price of a pint. There are a couple of things to take into account:
We take Bud Light, our cheapest keg (Dec 2022) at £30.90. If we take off £5 for keg returns and 5% in Beer Tokens, the price is £24.35. Divide that by 10.5 pints, and we have £2.32.
Here's a few examples of the price of a pint (and remember, always show your working!)
Stella Artois keg cost = £34.90 - £1.75 back in Beer Tokens - £5 back in Beer Tokens for return = £28.15 / 10.5 = £2.68 per pint
Camden Hells keg cost = £36.90 - £1.85 back in Beer Tokens - £5 back in Beer Tokens for return = £30.05 / 10.5 = £2.86 per pint
Goose Island IPA keg cost = £38.90 - £1.95 back in Beer Tokens - £5 back in Beer Tokens for return = £31.95 / 10.5 = £3.04 per pint
So for you boffins out there here's the formula to find out exactly how much each pint of pub-quality beer will set you back:
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 now we have the boring maths out of the way, let's enjoy a pint!
Last update: 16 Dec 2022
We have some important and exciting news from our Managing Director, Matt Lane:
Over the last few months, we’ve spent a lot of time speaking to members of our PerfectDraft community about loyalty & rewards.
Something we’re really passionate about is rewarding our most loyal customers and you’ve given us some great feedback and ideas on how we can do this.
We’re now excited to announce the launch of our ‘Spring Rewards’ program.
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