Good question.

We’ve tried to answer the most common questions we get asked about our shop below, but if there’s anything else you’d like to know, send us a message to


  • The easiest option is via our website where you can order & pay for beers for collection from the brewery or for home delivery
  • You can also pop into the shop Wednesday – Saturday
  • We deliver free of charge for a minimum spend of £30 to the following postcodes
    • BL0, BL1, BL11, BL2, BL3, BL4, BL78, BL8, BL9,
      M1, M2, M24, M25, M26, M27, M28, M29, M3, M30, M38, M4, M45, M5, M50, M6, M60, M61, M7, M8, M9, M99,
  • We deliver free of charge for a minimum spend of £45 to the following postcodes
    • BB3, BB4, BL5, BL6, BL7,
      M11, M12, M13, M14, M15, M16, M17, M18, M19, M20, M21, M22, M23, M29, M31, M32, M33, M34, M35, M40, M41, M43, M44, M46,
      OL1, OL11, OL12, OL16, OL2, OL3, OL4, OL6, OL7, OL8, OL9, OL95,
      SK1, SK2, SK3, SK4, SK5, SK8, SK16,
      WA3, WN2, WN7, WA15, WA14, WA3
  • For postcodes not covered above, we can arrange a courier for £7 for a minimum of 12 bottles/ cans/ mixed which is next day delivery before 16:00 if ordered before 2pm. Please see our terms and conditions for exclusions or call or email to find out more if this applies to you.
  • Deliveries are usually made between 08:30 – 13:00 Wednesday – Saturday. Local deliveries within 6 miles are usually next day, deliveries further out will be arranged with customers directly depending on postcodes.
  • Deliveries are contactless, and packages have to be left with an adult over the age of 18. We are not able to leave packages unattended if you are not home, but can leave them with nominated neighbours.
  • Payment must be made in advance for deliveries, this can be via our web shop, or by card over the phone.


  • Our postcode is M26 1AD, and we are at Unit 10 on Dale Industrial Estate – occasionally some sat navs take you into Radcliffe centre – this is wrong. We’re on the industrial estate behind Asda in Radcliffe, next to the Bury Hospice unit (2nd exit on the Asda mini roundabout)
  • The shop is open Wednesday – Friday 12:00 – 18:00 and Saturday 12:00 – 17:00
  • The brewery is closed Sunday & Monday. We are here on Tuesdays for brewing and administration and so can take orders over the phone for delivery/ collection in the week.
  • You’re very welcome to pre-order via our web shop however you can also just pop down to see what we have available and have a chat with us to get recommendations
  • You can pay by card or with cash, whichever suits you best


  • Most of our cans and bottles are gluten free. However, we sometimes use ingredients which will result in higher than usual gluten content, for example an increased proportion of wheat, or the inclusion of oats which can result in them not being GF. Please always check the information on the web shop product page, or on the can or bottle before you purchase it.
  • Please note, the bag in box are not currently gluten free though this is something we are working towards.
  • The mini-keg products are gluten free.
  • If you are unsure or require further guidance, please get in touch
  • Most of our cans and bottles are suitable for vegans, however we sometimes use ingredients which do not suit the vegan ethos; most often this is lactose, but occasionally ingredients such as honey may be used. Please always check the information on the product page, or on the can or bottle before you purchase it.
  • The bag in box are not suitable for vegans.
  • The mini-keg products are suitable for vegans.
  • If you are unsure or require further guidance, please get in touch
  • Unfortunately our suppliers say that mini-kegs are not able to be re-filled, however you can re-cycle them in your domestic bin.
  • The bottles we use are one-use glass, so again please re-cycle them at home.
  • If you have had bag in box before, you will know what to expect re carbonation. If you have never used one before, the beer is almost still. It’s a bit like having a scrumpy cider rather than a fizzy one: Still nice fresh beer, but not fizzy with a head like it would be in the pub.
  • We recommend you keep the box in the fridge to prolong the life of the beer. If you leave it at room temperature, especially in the summer, the bag will expand from the natural production of CO2 by the yeast cells, and under too much pressure the bag seals may split.
  • You can keep the bag in box unopened in the fridge for a few days before you come to use it. Once opened, it’s best for the beer if you drink it within 3-4 days. Each beer is different, and each fridge is different which is why we only give guidelines. As a rule of thumb, the stronger & darker the beer, the more likely it is to taste ok for longer periods of time.


If you’d like any more information, contact Carley and she’ll do her very best to answer your queries.


Unit 10, Dale Industrial Estate
M26 1AD