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    Samuel Smith’s Apricot Fruit Beer

    Organically grown barley and wheat are used to create a complex ale which is then blended with apricot juice to give a lusciously fruity taste. A golden-orange beer with aromas of fresh apricot and subtle malty tones give this Fruit Beer naturally tart, rich dried apricot flavours.

     

    BEER SPECIFICATION
    BEER STYLE: Fruit Beer
    ABV: 5.1%
    REGION/COUNTRY: Tadcaster, North Yorkshire/United Kingdom
    SIZE: 355 ml

     

    Delivery Costs:

    We aim to offer next working day delivery as standard providing your order is placed before 11 am. Please note this is not a guaranteed service and may take longer during busy periods. If you choose a specific delivery date we endeavor to deliver on your chosen date, but again this is not a guaranteed service. We do not deliver on Saturdays, Sundays, or Bank Holidays. For orders under £70, a delivery charge of £5.95 will apply for deliveries to Mainland UK excluding the Scottish Highlands For orders over £70 delivery is free to Mainland UK excluding the Scottish Highlands. We do not deliver outside of the UK. We can offer a delivery service to the Scottish Highlands, unfortunately, a delivery surcharge will apply due to high courier costs and the nature of the products which we send. Please email info@thepipstop,co.uk, or call us on 01207 523555 for further information.

    Local North East Delivery

    Local North East delivery is free for orders over £40 (£3 under) to the following postcodes: NE13-24, NE31-66, TS1-29, DL1-17, SR1-8. Local North East Delivery is free for orders over £20 (£3 under) to the following postcodes: DH1-9, NE1-12, NE25-30. We will email you with details of your delivery day if your address qualifies for this service. Please allow up to 7 days for Local North East delivery (we aim to beat this, however, our network only covers some areas once a week)