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Yorkshire Pudding Beer

Yorkshire Pudding Beer

by Malton Brewery

£3.00 £2.70

It’s not a beer to make Yorkshire Puddings with – It’s Yorkshire Pudding Beer!! We’ve even put a Yorkshire Pudding on the bottle top.

NOTE: Customers must be over 18 to purchase our alcoholic products. Please drink responsibly.

Choose a day that suits you for delivery or opt for next day (exc Sunday) delivery. You can even collect your items from our hub in Elvington.

The Corner Connect service is currently only available to YO postcodes.

Get it Friday, Dec 04 , Order in the next

Description

Yorkshire Pudding Beer 3.6%

Yorkshire Pudding Beer is made in Malton, the Food Capital of Yorkshire. The beer is made using real Yorkshire Puddings at our brewery in Navigation Wharf, Malton. There is half a Yorkshire Pudding in every bottle and the beer is made using our secret recipe!

Delivery information

We will deliver your order to the contact name and address you supply. Ideally we like to hand our products over in person so we know they’ve reached their destination in the condition they were intended. If there is no one in to receive the goods they will either be left in a place specified by the person ordering i.e. with reception.

We can not accept any liability for loss or damage to goods once they have been delivered, or once they leave our premises if being collected. Once delivered the recipient is responsible for the product and are held at your own risk.

Delivery times are approximate, If your delivery is delayed by a substantial amount of time, we will contact you to ensure delivery is still suitable.

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Malton Brewery

Malton Brewery brews it’s beer in a characterful Grade 2 Listed building located on the banks of the River Derwent in Malton.

It has a beautiful idyllic setting next to the river, bringing back Malton’s tradition of brewing beer on the banks of the River Derwent, just like they did in 1767.