Trade orders: Please ring 07895 692881 (Bill) to place an order, or send it by text, or email firstname.lastname@example.org If you can’t get through, try Anna on 07837 637615. If you have trouble with the mobile, leave a message on the landline 0191 252 8765. You can Direct Message us if we follow each other on Twitter
Most orders on Tyneside can be delivered within 48 hours, sometimes sooner. Further afield, it will depend on when we have a delivery round, but it’s rarely more than a few days. We supply Flying Firkin wholesalers. We are a member of the SIBA Beerflex Scheme for direct ordering through their member pubs and pub companies.
Beer at home? We can supply locally a 36 pint half barrel ( a ‘pin’) suitable for a large gathering/celebration – contact us for details. This is NOT bright beer, and needs a few hours to settle before serving. Returnable Deposit of £50 on cask and tap. Price are from £48.
Over Christmas we sell 5 litre mini kegs of Shuggy 3.8, Jack and Nelly, at Boda Home Fenwick’s and The Wine Chambers. Single bottles or Gift boxes of 3 bottles from our range of beers are also available from these great Independent off Licences.
Our superb vintage (FEB 2015) barley wine Royal Sovereign is available direct from us as follows:
Bottled beer is also available at Boda Home in Whitley Bay – they have a huge range of beer and cider/perry, (well worth a visit) and in Fenwicks Newcastle. Also at Blagdon Farm Shop and sometimes at Coppers 8-8 Gosforth and The Wine Chambers Tynemouth.
Ours are bottle conditioned, the nearest you can get to cask ale at home. Unlike 90% of of ordinary bottled beers, bottle conditioned ales are a live product, bottled with a small amount of yeast that provides additional fermentation and maturation whilst in the bottle, leading to a much deeper character and flavour, and a natural, soft carbonation, rather than the forced carbonation used on soft drinks and ‘bright’ bottled beers.
Because our beer is hand bottled and labelled we can only supply a few outlets, the range varies, but we do try hard to keep up with demand. If you can’t get it you’ll just have to go to the pub!