Pick-ups can be made from the brewery (St Philips BS2 0RG) on Thursday 12-2pm, or from The Good Measure (Redland BS6 6PE) on Thursday 4-8pm, Friday 4-8pm or Saturday 1-8pm. Please note your beer will be packaged and delivered on Thursday and stored in our fridge until you collect it.
Home deliveries will be made on Friday. Addresses in BS1-BS8 (Clifton only) are eligible for delivery; apologies but we are generally unable to process orders outside of these postcodes – please email us if you are outside of this area as we may be able to make an exception.
Orders received after midday on Thursday will be processed the following week. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any queries.
Thanks for your continued support – cheers.
HERE’S WHERE YOU CAN USUALLY FIND OUR BEERS IN THE WILD. KEEP CHECKING BACK FOR UPDATED LISTINGS. CHEERS!
Bottles & Books
Coffee & Beer
Corks of Cotham
The Crafty Egg
The Drapers Arms
Flour and Ash
Grape & Grind
The Good Measure
Hare on the Hill
The Hillgrove Porter Stores
Jamaica Street Stores
Masa + Mezcal
Nettle and Rye
The Victoria Ale House
If you’re interested in stocking our can beers but aren’t in Bristol, these are now available to buy through our wholesale webshop! This is for trade customers only buying to sell on. Our direct online shop, for customers looking to buy individual cans for consumption at home, is coming in 2020.
Our brewery tap in St Philips (BS2 0RG) is open on Fridays and Saturdays from April to October – please check the Events page for more details. We have draught beer to drink in and cans to take away. We look forward to seeing you – cheers!
Please note: not all of these pubs, bars, restaurants and shops carry our beers at all times. Due to the booming nature of the brewing industry at present, customers are lucky enough to have a huge range of breweries from which to choose. Inclusion on this page does not guarantee our beer will be available at a stockist at a particular time.
DID YOU KNOW?
The foamy head is an important part of beer. It is formed by a complex carbon-dioxide reaction and can say a lot about the quality of the beer. If the head is missing, it can mean that your beer is flat and sometimes bland-tasting.