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Assortment and prices

  • Do I need to pay a recycling surcharge?

    At you don’t pay any surcharge. This is because not all bottles in the Beerwulf assortment carry such a surcharge. Some bottles that carry a surcharge may also not be accepted at all locations. In this case, this does not mean that you can’t hand your surcharge bottles in at your local recipient, but the choice is yours. Empty bottles that do not carry a surcharge can be thrown directly into a glass recycling bin.

    You can recycle glass endlessly. The glass retains its quality. 1,000 kgs of used packaging glass makes 1,000 kgs of new glass. 1,000 kgs of raw material (sand, soda, lime) only makes 800 kgs of glass. The latter approach also consumes more energy. It is for this reason we say: bring your empty bottles to the recycling bin.

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  • How long until the beer expires after I receive it?

    You will only receive beer that has a minimum of one month expiration once sent.

    This does not apply to beers purchased in sales.

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  • Do the prices shown include VAT?

    All prices shown on include VAT.

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  • What contains the sales category on your website?

    Beers in the sales category are attractively priced and can have a BBD that is shorter than usual. The quality of the beers that we sell is not for discussion. You can therefore expect the same quality from the beers that are discounted as those from our regular assortment.

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  • What do you mean by 'Supermarket prices'?

    Beerwulf uses fair prizes for the beers that we sell. We pay fair prices to the brewers and follow that same pricing strategy through to the customer. When we determine our prices, we try to follow the suggested retail price that the brewer suggests to us. We also monitor the prices of each beer in the supermarket, to ensure that our prices are comparable. 

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  • I am missing a product in the assortment. How do I let you know?

    We like knowing which beers you love to drink or would like to order. Send your suggestions to

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  • Where can I find information on the products and allergens?

    Beerwulf places all the information about allergens for each product on its website. The information can also be found on the delivery note, as well as on the labels printed by the brewers.

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  • What does the best before date mean?

    The best before date on the bottles is the date up to which the brewer guarantees perfect quality. After this date, it is possible that the quality of the product will deteriorate. This is particularly noticeable in the flavour of the beer. How quickly this happens depends on a number of factors. When you store beer in a cool, dry place the flavour remains good for longer as opposed to storing it in a bright, warm place. 

    If beer is past its best before date, pour it into a glass and take a smell. If it smells musty, then the flavour of the beer won’t be good.

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