Beer in a box. You can't beat it. It's prepared fresh. You can take it anywhere. It is the closest thing to a fresh pub pint. It's delicious!

They are ideal for weddings, parties & get together. You can pre-order far in advance too, and be ready for that special celebration!

You can buy our beer bright in box sizes of 5ltr, 10ltr or 20ltr which are approximately 9,18 & 36 pints respectively.

For bigger occasions we can prepare a 40L (72 pint cask)(we require a £30 deposit for the cask & tap). This will require the firkin to be tapped and vented when it's time to serve.

Why call it bright beer?

The clue is in the name, we separate the cloudy living yeast from the beer so all you’re left with is crystal clear ‘bright beer’ which can be served immediately without settling.

How is bright beer prepared?

The traditional way to transport and dispense beer is from a cask. This beer has live yeast to condition the beer (finish fermenting) in the barrel. This “real ale” is what we deliver to pubs with the right “stillage” equipment to store, settle and serve it correctly. Most people don’t have the stillage equipment in their homes required for this task which is why we prepare ‘bright beer’ for the public.

We treat most of our cask beers with finings. This additive attaches itself to the yeast & causes it to sink to the bottom of the cask quicker than it would normally. We select conditioned casks which haven’t been moved for 24 hours, then tap and draw off the bright beer to fill your take home bag-in-box, leaving the sediment behind.

The bag is then sealed with a dispensing tap, and placed into a box. Bag In a Box (sometimes referred to as a BIB)

How long will bright beer keep?

Depends on how you store it. Unopened in cool conditions it will easily keep for 1 week. Like most food and drink it won’t last long if stored warm. As soon as the beer is no longer under pressure in the cask the beer will slowly lose its condition (gassiness) and will become flatter day by day.

The rule is, if it still tastes great - drink it!

Help! My bag in box is swelling!

Once you've collected be careful to not shake / agitate the bag in box (don't take it for a jog or drive erratically etc.). This will cause the carbon dioxide in the beer to come out of solution and begin expanding the bag!

This can lead to the bag swelling and worst case bursting!

If you notice this happening the best thing to do is place the box with the tap end facing upwards, open the tap and allow the gas to escape, this will relieve the pressure in the bag in box and the bag should return to its normal size.

We prepare bright beer weekly, so order FRESH for your party.