Is the Beerwulf Blade worth the hype? We put the ‘ultimate home draught pint’ to the test

Football isn’t the only thing coming home this Euros, so are freshly poured pints. 

More than 300 million pints are set to be served in pubs during the Euro 2024 tournament – which sees England through to the knockout stages.

But millions of people will watch from home with a beer – in a £2.8billion boost to the economy.

Gone are the days of grimacing over a warm can of lager or swigging from a sunkissed bottle of IPA.

Draught beer dispensers are all the rage – and they do exactly what they say on the tin.

With watch parties popping up across the country, we tried and tested what claims to be the ‘ultimate home draft beer experience’. The Beerwulf Blade beer tap goes for a relatively pricey £442.98.

But if you can get over that initial hit, you could be pouring a perfectly chilled drink at home from as little as £1.84 per pint.

It’s a bargain when you think that the average price of a pint of beer is up more than 70% in the past six years.

With a plug-in-and-pour design, the machine delivers 14 freshly chilled pints from each keg and you can choose from brands, including Heineken, Strongbow Birra Moretti and Cruzcampo.

Don’t be intimidated by the stainless steel construct or toggle buttons, I put it together in less than five minutes. It has been years since I poured a pint but even I managed a perfectly chilled Heineken with a white, frothy head.

Overall, the Beerwulf Blade was a draught beer worth cheering for and the keg, which stays fresh for 30 days, meant I could spend more time sipping and less time tidying up. 

If you’re planning on having people around to watch the Euros, or even if you just love a good pint, it’s well worth considering.

Cheers to that!

Head over to to order your Blade home draught starter pack with £100 off today. Plus, get free delivery and returns within 30 days of purchase.

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