Want beer sent to your home on a regular basis? These beer shops and breweries are doing just that.
Since you can’t go to the pub, bring the pub to you instead. A host of Yorkshire’s finest breweries and bottle shops are now doing beer subscription services. It means you can get all kinds of delicious brews sent to your home on a regular basis – weekly or monthly, it’s up to you. With extra goodies thrown in like snacks, merchandise and discounts, it’s the ultimate lockdown treat for beer lovers.
You can get all the joy of Saltaire Brewery’s finest beers at home with their Subscribe & Save package. Any of their cases are in the deal, so whether you fancy eight bottles of their punchy Cascade American Pale Ale, 12 cans of the Full Tilt Aus & NZ Pale or one of their mixed cases, just take your pick. You’ll get 10% off the regular price when you subscribe on a weekly or monthly basis.
Turning Point Brew Co.
Now settled into their new Knaresborough home, Turning Point Brew Co. have set up Disco Royalty, a subscription service that lets you enjoy their delicious beers at home. You’ll get six 440ml cans of their latest and greatest beers every month, from the Disco King Pale Ale to limited edition brews, as well as a little extra, like a discount voucher or merch. It’s £20 per month plus shipping.
How would you like eight beers sent to your door every eight weeks? That’s what you get with Beer Hawk’s Beer Bods subscription club. The Wetherby-based craft beer aficionados have designed it so you’ll drink one every week. You’ll get sent the story and tasting notes behind each beer on Thursdays, before you join in with a live tasting at 9pm the same evening. It’s £24 every two months.
North Brewing Co.
There are two levels to the North Beer Club from North Brewing Co. Silver gets you six special beers monthly, including at least one of their newest cans and a few guest beers, alongside treats like merch, stickers and beer mats, for £25. Gold gets you nine special beers as well as three of their core cans for £46. Keeping it simple? You can get 24 cans of Sputnik for £48 a month.
Want to try Brew York’s finest before their new Leeds bar opens? Join their Drinking Outside the Box subscription service. Every month you’ll get nine beers – six recent specials and three from their core range. Four of those beers will form their monthly YouTube Live Tasting stream and you’ll also get a copy of The Brew House magazine and a free gift every three months. It’s £31 a month.
Wold Top Brewery
Driffield-based Wold Top is an award-winning micro-brewery with two subscription services to choose from. Their Beer Bottle Club gets you 12 beers, including three of their monthly specials. Prefer cask? You can get favourites like the Wold Gold and Headland Red delivered to you monthly. The subscriptions are for a minimum of three months and start from £97.50.
Brass Castle Brewery
Malton’s Brass Castle Brewery have a duo of subscriptions to tempt you. Their 6 Can Subscription pack gets you six different beers every month from Brass Castle and their favourite breweries, as well as a newsletter, discounts and little extras. That costs £18, but for £36 you can also add a 6-litre mini keg into the mix so you can enjoy freshly-poured beer at home.
Nomadic Beers’ Taproom in a Box package has been a big success, so you can now set up a subscription for it. Each box comes with four 1.5 litre pouches of different cask ales, alongside traditional pub snacks and beer mats. The beers change on a weekly basis, so you’ll get something different every time. You can sign up for three weeks, six weeks or three months, from £27.