10 Devon breweries delivering beer to your door
Even when pubs are closed it’s still possible to try some of Devon’s best beers from home. Below is your guide to the Devon breweries that can deliver their traditionally brewed IPAs, stouts, lagers and ciders to your doorstep. Many are also offering free delivery during COVID-19.
As well as sampling these thirst quenching pints at home, did you know you can also buy Devon gin online?
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Without further ado, here’s those Devon breweries that can deliver their hoppy goodness to your door.
The ales of Dartmoor Brewery are made with pure Dartmoor water and brewed in Princetown at the heart of the National Park. They are a favourite in bars across the South West. You can also enjoy three of its award-winning brews at home: Jail Ale, IPA and Legend. Dartmoor Brewery offers nationwide delivery.
Find out more and buy Dartmoor Brewery ales.
Named after the river from which it draws its water, Otter Brewery not only prides itself on its ingredients, it also takes great care of its local environment. This Devon brewery is based in the Blackdown Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, surrounded by an abundance of wildlife. As well as beers and ales, Otter has its own cider and gin.
Find out more and buy Otter Brewery beers.
New Lion Brewery
This community-owned craft brewery is based in Dartington, just outside of Totnes. It makes three classic beers and the odd special edition too. New Lion Brewery is able to deliver locally in Devon on Thursdays.
Find out more and buy New Lion Brewery beers.
Flavour is everything to the brewing team at Hunters microbrewery. Their beers are not only inspired by Devon, they also use cool Caribbean influences to create craft lagers for the Turtle Bay restaurant chain.
Find out more and buy Hunters Brewery ales.
The Exeter Brewery
This microbrewery is based in the heart of Exeter and is famous for producing Devon’s first organic ale. It is committed to sustainable and sensitive brewing. This extends to the ways it distributes its beers – it exports to France using sailing ships powered by the wind alone.
Find out more and buy The Exeter Brewery ales.
This state-of-the-art Devon brewery draws water for its bitters, pale ales and ciders from its own borehole. Buy Seahorse or Lifesaver and 5p from every bottle is donated to charity.
Find out more and buy Salcombe Brewery brews.
Bays Brewery prides itself on using local ingredients both for their quality and to reduce its carbon footprint. You’ll find its premium ales, lagers and ciders on tap in pubs across the South West. Not only that, two of its beers have been served in Strangers’ Bar in the House of Commons.
Find out more and buy beers from Bays Brewery.
Powder Keg Beer
This Devon brewery takes a hands-on approach to making its rebellious craft ales. Each keg is given up to seven weeks to reach its prime, which they say makes the difference to that all important moment you take your first sip. Its brews are influenced by US craft and classic European brewing with a Devon twist to make them deliciously drinkable modern English beers.
Find out more and buy Powder Keg Beer.
Red Rock Brewery
Nestled in the hills of the South Hams, Red Rock is a family-run Devon brewery specialising in artisan beers and real ales made using its own spring water. These award-winning brews are available for delivery nationwide after numerous requests from holidaymakers missing their Devon pint.
Find out more and buy ales from Red Rock Brewery.
The South Hams Brewery
This family-owned brewery carefully crafts its ales in a glorious location overlooking Start Bay in the South Hams Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Its locally inspired beers, Eddystone and Devon Pride, are a hit in local hostelries all year round. Keep an eye out for its seasonal specials too. The South Hams Brewery can deliver in Devon.
Find out more and buy brews from The South Hams Brewery.
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