Order.Beer - Order Beer Online Delivered To Your Door
Twelve beers carefully selected for you and delivered to your door.
Thank you so much for your support for both our independent business and the producers we are working with. In this selection we've brought together a range of beers from independent breweries across the UK and one that brews in the UK and New Zealand too!
The current selection includes a mixed selection of twelve great beers plus an option to add bonus beers with some snacks too!
The 12 beers currently included are:
Beartown Brewery (Cheshire):
Congleton is famously known for it's bear history and this local brewery has captured the name and is putting great beer into your glass.
- Kodiak (4.0%, 500ml bottle)
Dynamite Brewery (Cornwall):
If you haven't seen these beers yet, then well you are in for a treat. Completely unique packaging and great beer within!
- Kendel Vale Pale (4.3%, 500ml bottle)
Fresh and easy drinking, with lemon and peach flavours. Flagship Pale – Kodiak is a no nonsense sessionable pale. A simple Malt bill provides a clean and crisp palate with a double-team of German grown hops punching through subtle citrus notes and a refreshingly bitter finish.
Magic Dragon Brewery (Wales)
A magical independent Welsh brewery producing wonderful ales for your enjoyment.
- Sleigh Ride (4.1%, 500ml bottle)
A festive special, a light hoppy and happy beer to cheer up the festive season.
- Lost Summer (5.6%, 330ml bottle)
Well it won't make it for it, but it's a great beer, get it sunk! Lost Summer IPA is hopped with USA cascade, Citra and Azazcca and a play to bring some cheer to the restricted year.
Seven Brothers (Manchester)
Manchester based brewery, launched by seven brothers from Salford producing some great beer.
- Cast Off Pale Ale (5.5%, 440ml Can)
Full of snap, crackle and pop, this is a double dry hopped pale brewed using upcycled Kellogg’s Rice Krispies. Part of the iconic cereal maker’s sustainability programme.
- Water Melon Wheat Beer (4.5%, 440ml Can)
Thirst-quenching and summery, this wheat beer has a subtle infusion of organic watermelon combined with a mellow aroma of strawberry and pineapple.
A friend asked me to get this beer in as described as a taste sensation and he's right!
Twisted Wheel Brewery (Warrington, was Manchester all in one year!):
We are so excited to be bringing you these new beers, fresh off the line and from a relatively new originally Manchester based brewery now in Warrington (another story!) with big plans!
- Hoodoo Voodoo IPA (6.5%, 440ml can)
- Sunday Sessions Session Pale (3.8%, 440ml can)
Inspired by Northern Soul Sunday Session – this straw-coloured Session Pale is wellhopped with a vibrant finish. This beer is unfiltered, unfined and unbelievably good.
Wincle Brewery (Cheshire)
Just on the edge of Cheshire, closely bordering Derbyshire and Staffordshire, this is a tranquil location for a walk and taking some time out and an area very close to me through family and history with a great brewery to boot.
- Burke's Special, ESB (5%, 500ml bottle)
- Wibbly Wallaby (4.4%, 500ml bottle)
Strong Pale Ale, Golden with a fruity and biscuity finish. Legendary and award winning. Wallabies on the roaches. Unconfirmed reports that Wallaby makes you Wibbly! Tasmania meets the Roaches... allegedly released after the war a colony of Wallabies made the Roaches home.
Yeastie Boys (UK and New Zealand!):
Have really enjoyed working with Yeastie boys and the energy and passion comes across so well and matched by the great beers. An independent brewery with presence in the UK and New Zealand creates an inroad to some very special beer.
- Big Mouth (4.4%) (Pale Ale, 330ml can)
- White Noise (4.4%, 330ml can) Wheat Beer
A delicate session-strength beer with a hints of orange blossom, coconut, vanilla and a refreshingly dry finish. A quaffable, cloudy white ale that is perfect for those afternoon sessions after a hard day's work or play. White Noise pours a cloudy pale straw colour with a dense mousse-like white head. A perfumy coconut and vanilla note on the nose, with a little citrus and spice, and bready grains from the wheat. The mouthfeel is full for such a pale beer, but still very light and elegant. The beer finishes with a cleansing acidity, a faint spicy note and only the mildest touch of citrus from the virtually non- existent hops.
In addition to this you can also upgrade to the special treat pack which includes additional beers and some snacks too!
* We reserve the right to amend the contents of the selection subject to availability. However in this selection we will aim to maintain 12 beers from a mixture of breweries. Photo shown is for illustration purposes only, please see description for details as some contents may be cans or bottles in accordance with availability and current selection.