Beer sales websites and bottle shops

Alcohol Emporium: Online sales of alcohol, including beer, with an emphasis on great value.

American Craft Beer Company: Specialising in bringing the best American craft beers to the British consumer.

Beer 365: Individual bottles for sale, or the opportunity to subscribe to a monthly free delivery box, which comes with nibbles.

The Belgian Beer Company: Providing a huge range of quality Belgian beers, gift packs, glassware, and beers from around the world.

Imperial Beer Club: specialising in higher strength, more fulsome beers.

Beer 52: A craft beer club started by Young Entrepreneur of the Year 2014, James Brown, and his business partner Fraser Doherty MBE in 2013. It also publishes Ferment magazine.

The Beer Boutique: Retailer who love beer offering, they say, South West London’s best range. Expert knowledge and quality tasting experiences.

Beer City: Selling Belgian and other foreign beers.

The Beer Emporium: A bar and restaurant with a bottle shop in the heart of Bristol’s Old Town. Specialising in craft beer and a fresh seasonal menu.

Beer Hawk: Marketed as the antidote to uninspiring supermarket beer selections, Beer Hawk offers 300 beers from artisan brewers around the world.

Beers by Post: Specialising in beers and ciders from the West Country, this outlet was set up by Steve Post, who has many years experience in the local brewing trade.

Beers of Europe: Stocking some 2,000 different ales, lagers and craft beers, available for retail purchase and also selling to the trade.

Bossman Wines: East Dulwich, London shop, selling craft beers, plus spirits and organic wines.

Bottle Shack: An online store owned by Purity Brewing Co, but also selling a variety of other beers (UK and foreign) and other drinks.

BrewStork: An online craft beer and bottle shop targeting the UK, and Sweden, where the business is based.

Bring a Bottle: a price comparison website for not only beer but also cider, wine and spirits.

Cellar Door: A beer shop focusing on small batch, artisan products from independent drinks brands, also with cask-fresh beer.

Craft Rebellion: Beer sourced directly from the breweries, plus the added bonus of monthly mystery beers — an interesting way of making one focus on the quality of the beers rather than pre-judging on the basis of the label.

Crafty Beer Cans: Beer from smaller craft breweries which is packaged in cans. Beers are available individually and in mixed cases.

EeBria: Focusing on exciting independent producers, with beers dispatched directly from the brewers.

Flavourly: A beer club offering “the creme de la creme” of independent  UK craft brewers. Taking a stand against corporate beer.

Grand Beers: An online beer shop with 800 or so beers which also has sites in Germany and The Netherlands / Belgium.

Honest Brew: An online retailer offering more than 120 craft beers. There are exclusive beer launches at noon every Wednesday.

indiebeer: Selling beers produced by independently owned and managed breweries. As well as bottles and cans, there are four constnatly rotating beer taps.

LightDrinks: An online store specialising in the sale of low- and non-alcoholic beer, as well as wines and spirits.

Maison du Biere: A Barnsley bottle shop for real and craft ale. Specialist German and Belgian beers, too, as well as cider.

National Trust Beer Club: Online beer sales run by the National Trust in partnership with Delavals Brewery. Beers from various breweries, including National Trust branded specials.

Real Ale Ltd: A multi-award-winning ‘liquid delicatessen’ in Twickenham with shop and online sales. It brews its own beer and also consults for M&S.

Real Ale Warehouse: Beers sourced from independent breweries throughout Britain. Choose their cases or make up one of your own.

Rad Beer: Gift packs, mixed cases and individual beers from the UK and beyond.

Salthouse Bottles: A big range of craft beers, and growler fills, along with wines and bread.

Scottish Real Ales: More than 210 products from over 40 Scottish microbreweries.

Skinny Booze: A UK company specialising in the distribution of low-calorie alcohol. Drinks are sourced from all over the world.

Stirchley Wines: One of the widest selections of drinks in Birmingham, highly ranked by RateBeer users.

Vessel Beer Shop: A new outlet in Plymouth, which opened in December 2016. Open Tuesday-Sunday as a shop, with a bar, too, on Friday and Saturday.

Vintage Roots: Specialists in organic and sustainable drinks. The focus is on wine, but there is a good beer selection.

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