road to europe…


Inspired by the Family Guy episode “Road to Europe” rather than a 1970’s style dream of showing “Johnny Foreigner” how to play the beautiful  game, we’ve opened up to ship to Europe.

So, is shipping european wide.   Such is the growth in demand for quality beer our little corner of the websiphere has certainly been getting some love..  Our email inboxes certainly get more and more interest from further and further afield.   So, thanks to the Family Guy we’re shipping to Europe.  We’ve started with a few countries, taken from where we have had the most interest from, but if you can’t see your destination, please let us know.   We’ve sent a few parcels already, one to Greece and a few to nearer European nations, before the roll out.  Why? So we had peice of mind that you were going to get your beer in the same state that every UK based customer has come to expect over the last two years… and, we’re pleased to say that it passed the test. So, dear beerlover siting in France, Belgium, Germany, and Norway and Spain, and Italy… you can enjoy the beers that many here have too!

To mark this occasion, we’re offering all you the chance to win a case of beer, shipped anywhere in Europe or the UK, if you can guess the beer and destination of the first European Delivery.   (Only open to people 18 and above!)  Use the comments box for entries.


25 thoughts on “road to europe…

  1. Congrats Phil !!!
    And thanks for giving a chance to the less (beer-wise) gifted countries like us (Greece) a chance to try some great beer.



  2. hmmmm thats a tricky one but i think ill go for “Brugse Zot Blond” and sent to spain.

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  4. not sure if your allowed more then one entry but i suspect you sent it to a random small country like monaco or andorra. or even a case to the vatican i hear the pope likes the odd bottle of fruli

  5. The pope drinks creme de menthe, everyone knows that. By the pint. That’s why they carry him around on a chair.

    (Apologies to B. Connolly).

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