Here's How You Can Get Beer Delivered to Your Door in Mississauga
Calling all beer-lovers - you don’t have to leave your house to get beer in Mississauga.
So kick your feet up, pull your computer or your cell phone close, and read on for how you can get beer delivered straight to your door.
If you love craft beer, this service is for you.
Brew Box, a company that allows beer lovers to sign up for a variety of craft beer clubs, delivers beer from such local-ish breweries as Beau’s, Left Field and Royal City. The monthly subscription box ships to anywhere in Ontario and clubs start at $58/month (including shipping).
Now, Brew Box has launched another unique delivery option where you can manually select beer from a variety of breweries.
It’s called the Bottle Shop, and you can pick individual beers for home delivery from such craft breweries as Block Three Brewing, Brassroots Brewing, Cameron’s Brewing, Elora Brewing, and Halo Brewing.
A variety of brews are available, and prices range from just $2 to $14.12 per bottle, depending on your selection of beer, to essentially create your own box of brews.
According to the Brew Box, the company is adding new brews every week.
And shipping in Ontario starts at $11.95.
You can get upto 12 beers in your Brew Box, so you can mix and match any beers you want to try.
If you’re interested in joining a beer club, you have a few to choose from. The clubs include the adorably named Brewscovery Club, and the Brewthusiast Club.
The Brewscovery Club offers “new and unique craft beers from independently-owned brewers,” and the Brewthusiast Club offers access to the province’s most exclusive high-end beers.
Brew Box also caters events, so you can contact them if you’re planning a hipster-y wedding or other special event.
And although this probably goes without saying, note that you must be 19 years of age or older to purchase from the service.
You can check out the Bottle Shop here.
You can check out the Brew Clubs here.
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