HOME DELIVERIES

BEER TO DRINK AT HOME

Our beer is available for off-sales in 5Ltr and 10Ltr bag-in-box containers and 500ml bottles. We offer free home delivery on Wednesdays every week within the Worcester/Malvern area. You can also order beer to collect from The Talbot, Knightwick every Friday.

Please order by phone on 01886 821235 between 9am and 3pm. Last orders for delivery 12 noon Tuesday, or for collection 3pm Thursday. Payment by card when you order, please.

If you would also like to order fresh bread from The Talbot bakery, please ask our receptionist for more details.

Bag in box beer does not contain sediment. Keep it cool (away from central heating at this time of year) and it will remain fresh for at least 7 days.

Prices for all beers

  • 5Ltr bag-in-box £20
  • 10Ltr bag in box £33
  • Case of 12 bottles £30.
BeerBag in boxBottles
This 3.7% an easy drinking pale ale with Sovereign and Goldings hops. Taste award winnerYesYes
That 4.1% a chestnut coloured, old fashioned best bitterYesYes
Hop Nouvelle 4.1% an exceptionally pale ale brewed with 2020 fresh Challenger hopsNoYes
Wotever Next? 5% Strong, dark and bitter. SIBA Wales and West competition Bronze medal winnerNoYes
Talbot Blonde 4.4% a golden coloured best bitter. Taste award winnerNoYes
Hearthwarmer 6% a deep coloured malty and rich winter ale. Taste award winnerNoYes

HOP NOUVELLE (4.1%)

It’s the green hop beer season! One of our most favourite times of the year, where we brewers take advantage of the hop picking season to brew beer using fresh un-kilned hops… and lots of them!

Making it’s annual and always very welcomed appearance is the much loved Hop Nouvelle. This year’s batch is made with 55kg of Herefordshire Fuggles from Bromyard – While stocks last.

OUR MAN IN THE MOONE 4.5%

The summer special for 2019 is now available. An old England IPA inspired by an old English novel. Brewed extra pale with delicate malt undertones and hopped with loads of Olicana hops.

Our Man In the Moone is a twelve-month heritage and arts project that focuses on the first – and most extraordinary – work of science fiction: published in 1638, “The Man in the Moone” was written by Bishop Francis Godwin while living in Whitbourne village, Herefordshire.

Find out more about this awesome project https://ourmaninthemoone.blog/

The beer will be available at the Whitbourne Village Fete Saturday 6 July.