NORTHERN BREWS

Seasonal and Regional Craft Beer delivered direct to your door

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2 – We deliver an excellent selection of beers to your door

3 – You enjoy the beers and eagerly await the next month’s mega mix

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We Believe In CRAFT BEER That Tastes Incredible

Get the best independent brewery beers straight to your door each month.  It’s a night in with better quality beer than on a night out!

session pale ale

Sonoma is Track Brewing’s flagship Pale Ale and hits home with citrus aromas & a dry finish.

India pale ale

Loka Polly Brewery created this juicy IPA with notes of pineapple and mango packing a punch at 6.4%

Session ipa

Expect light pineapple & citrus notes with a crisp, dry and ultimately refreshing finish.

Our Story

We’re not some faceless organisation churning out boxes of beer with short shelf lives to maximise profits.  We’re Dan & Steve and you can learn more by clicking the play button below…

BEERY GROOVES

Ever wondered which beer pairs best with which track?  Well wonder no longer, we speak to the brewers and ask them to select a track which best embodies their delightful brew.  We curate these onto a Spotify playlist and allow you to chill with the right beer vibe.

Latest From Our Blog

Our journey into beer will take us down many wonderful paths, stay tuned to our blog to see what we discover along the way.

S43 – Get Snozzed Beer Review

Snozzed? Having searched various reputable dictionaries, I can find no such word. It sounds to me like a term used to describe the act of striking, or being struck, on the nose, e.g. I copped a cheeky glimpse at the vicar’s bottom and promptly got snozzed for my...

Brass Castle – Fruit Lupe Beer Review

The design is dominated by a swirl of pale green over slightly paler yellow, which conjures various mental images. It is somehow psychedelic, and I imagine that is what Jerry Garcia of the Grateful Dead used to see on the backs of his eyelids. It also resembles the...

Brew York – NUBA Beer Review

The colour scheme on the can puts me simultaneously in mind of dandelion and burdock, the purple Quality Street, and a blackcurrant liquorice. And what do these three treats have in common? They are each an unmistakeable sign of sweet, shameless opulence. I therefore...