Whether you’re after a bottle of Sauvignon Blanc or a hoppy pale ale to go with all that pasta you’ve stocked up on, get ordering a beer, wine or gin home delivery or car collection service from a growing selection of Gloucestershire independents.
Support local businesses, maintain social distancing and make life a bit more tolerable during the Coronavirus crisis…
Woodchester Valley in Stroud is offering complimentary home deliveries on orders of six bottles or more of its sensational white wines, rosés and sparkling wines to those in the GL5, GL6 and GL10 areas, delivery is available across Gloucestershire, with a small charge. For more information, visit woodchestervalleyvineyard.co.uk.
Stroud Brewery is offering free delivery on takeaway beer for GL5, GL6 and GL10 postcodes. Orders can be placed online.
With plenty of reds and whites to choose from, The Stroud Wine Company is offering free local delivery to customers in and around the Stroud area. Order online or call (01453) 753769.
The Ale House in Stroud is offering takeaway beer every day from 6pm to 8pm, while stocks last. Customers are advised to bring their own containers and check The Ale House’s Facebook page for updates on opening times and current availability.
Gloucester Brewery is offering free delivery to GL postcodes of its beer, as well as a click and collect service from the brewery in Gloucester Docks.
Booze Runner is a fully licensed alcohol delivery service, offering a range of spirits, mixers, wines and beers as well as prosecco and champagne. Accepting orders from 10pm until the early hours, the delivery route covers Gloucester, Cheltenham, Stroud, Dursley and Stonehouse.
Hillside Brewery in the Forest of Dean is offering free home deliveries of the independent brewery’s banging beer varieties, within a 15-mile radius or for online orders over £28. Cheers! For more information, visit hillsidebrewery.com.
In a bid to provide ‘real beer for real people, this microbrewery is offering 5L mini kegs of its draught real ale so customers can enjoy hand-pulled pints at home. Bespoke Brewing Co. is delivering for free, with 12 bottle cases of cider and ale also available.
Call 07951 1818668 to place an order.
Known for supplying wine to leading restaurants across the UK, including Cheltenham’s Frogmill, Berkmann Wine Cellars has launched Help 4 Hospitality, a new initiative to support the hospitality industry through the Coronavirus shutdown.
With free delivery and 5% off vouchers up for grabs, people can now enjoy a range of incredible wines normally found in restaurants and bars from the comfort of their own homes.
Order fresh cans of DEYA beer to your door, with free delivery available to locals within a 5 mile radius of the brewery’s Cheltenham base.
Operating a ‘contactless’ delivery service every Tuesday and Friday, Favourite Beers is offering curated selections of beers and ciders, specially chosen to suit to each customer’s taste and strength preferences. Delivery is free to all Cheltenham postcodes.
The Craven Arms near Cheltenham is operating a takeaway service with bottled beers, ciders and wines available to order, as well as some tasty grub. For more information, visit thecravenarms.co.uk.
Dunkertons Cider is offering free deliveries within 10 miles of the shop, not only of cider, but bread, cheese and eggs too.
G&T, anyone? The Campervin mobile bar is offering no contact booze deliveries to Cheltenham and the Cotswolds, covering GL50, GL51, GL52, GL53 and GL54. Customers can get in touch on their social media to place an order.
With a range of beers and ales to choose from, Battledown Brewery is offering free delivery to anyone within 8 miles of its Charlton Kings location. Order before 10am to qualify for same day delivery.
Want to enjoy a beer or two or 17? Bath Road Beers in Cheltenham is offering local home delivery for self-isolating beer savants – with local brews from DEYA, Clavell & Hind and Cotswold Lion Brewery as just a few choices. Call (01242) 511086 to place your order.
Despite closing its doors for the time being, Sixways Wine in Charlton Kings has launched an online wine shop so customers can continue to enjoy their favourite tipple, delivered directly to their doorsteps.
Cheltenham’s Sibling Distillery is encouraging customers to ‘spread gin not germs’ with plenty of bottles in a range of flavours available to order from its website.
The Beer Agent, a supplier of quality ales from independent breweries across the UK, is offering beer boxes for home delivery in the Cheltenham area, featuring different beers from its ever-changing stock. Order online or call Tony on 07810 553350.
Cotswold Brew Co. is offering a lager home delivery service, covering the central, north, east and west Cotswolds as well as selected towns and villages in Gloucestershire and Oxfordshire. However, its beers can also be ordered from Flavourly.com, so customers from further afield don’t need to miss out.
Vinotopia is offering free deliveries of its wine, beer, cider and tonic – you can’t have a G&T without it, after all – within a 30-mile radius of its base in Tetbury, for those who order 12 bottles or more. To make an order, contact (01666) 502262.
Encouraging people to ‘think local, drink local,’ this family-run vineyard is offering free contactless deliveries of its Poulton Hill wine, with special offers and discounts available online.
Donnington beers are available to order online, with free delivery for customers living within 5 miles of one of its pubs.
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Monday 22 June 2020
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